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A delicious vegan raw-foods dessert taken from ”Life in Balance” by Meg Wolff.
½ cup Brazil nuts
½ cup of shredded coconut
Chop both in a food processor. Pour in a bowl and set aside for coating.
1 cup Brazil nuts
¾ cup walnuts
1/8 cup dates (about 3 dates)
½ cup dried apricots
1 to 2 tablespoons brown rice syrup
¼ teaspoon vanilla
½ cup shredded coconut
2 tablespoons organic raw cocoa powder
(omit if you’d prefer plain)
Run second set of Brazil nuts, walnuts, dates and apricots through the food processor until evenly chopped. Add Remaining ingredients. Process until combined. Roll into ball, then roll in the coating mix. Serves 12-18. Store in refrigerator.
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For the fruit filling:
For the crisp:
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Schmear a deep 9-inch pie plate with oil or vegan shortening.
In a medium to large bowl, toss the apple and pear slices in the apple juice, agave, Apple Pie Spice, and a small pinch of sea salt.
In a separate bowl, stir together the organic brown sugar, gluten-free flour mix, and cinnamon. Add the shortening in dabs and rub between your fingers until moist crumbs form a crumble topping mixture.
Sprinkle a handful of the crumble mixture into the bottom of the prepared pie plate. Spoon in the apple and pear slices; add all the liquid. Top with the remaining crumble mixture.
Bake at 350 degrees F. in the center of the oven, for 35 to 45 minutes, or until the fruit is fork tender and the filling is bubbling and thickened. The top should be golden brown.
Cool a bit on a wire rack before serving warm or at room temperature. Cover and refrigerate leftovers.
The crisp may be reheated in the oven or a microwave, but it truly is best eaten the day you make it.
Pick deep green same-sized acorn squash. Figure on half a medium squash per person.
Crank the oven to 400 degrees F.
Carefully slice the acorn squash in half, lengthwise. Clean out the seeds with a spoon. Place the squash in a broiler or roasting pan. If any of the squash is tippy, slice a thin piece off the bottom to make it sit still.
Pour some water into the pan- you’ll need a good inch or two (this helps keep the squash from scorching/sticking to the pan). Drizzle the squash with fruity olive oil and some pure maple syrup until it collects in the hollow. Season with sea salt.
Place the pan into the preheated oven.
Roast the squash until it is fork tender. Easy, right? And delicious.
Serve as is- or…
Pour off the maple syrup into a measuring cup; stuff the squash with my cornbread dressing; pour the maple syrup on top and re-bake it till heated through (see my Cornbread Stuffing with Curried Apple & Cranberries). Voila! A vegan holiday entree.