Chocolate Cashew Cookies
First thing to know: You don’t need a dehydrator for these! (I prefer them gooey anyway).
All you will need is:
- 2 cups of soaked Cashews
- ½ cup of soaked almonds
- 1 cup of medjool dates
- 2 tbsp of raw honey
- ½ tbsp of coconut oil
- ½ cup of cacao powder
- pinch of sea salt
- pinch of vanilla powder
Blend the cashew and almonds in a blender until you have flour-like mix.
Add the dates, honey, sea salt and vanilla, blend until you have cookie dough, add the cacao powder and blend again.
You can then roll these into balls and serve, or flatten like cookies! Place in a fridge or freezer to firm and then enjoy!
Quick, Easy, Delicious and Healthy!!
Recipe by nutritional health coach and raw food chef, Sarah Hook.
Raspberry Vanilla Ice cream Heart
I love cold creamy deserts and this one is a hit with everyone. It tastes like vanilla ice cream but this one is without the Sugar or Dairy!
The raspberry top goes brilliantly giving it a refreshing sweet taste with the creamy base.
Plus, they look so pretty and it’s a great recipe to make for your loved one on Valentines Day, or a special anniversary…or just any day to say you love them.
Now for the important part the Recipe: (makes 9 hearts)
- Cashew Nuts x 200g
- Cacao Butter x 4 tbsp.
- Agave Syrup x 4 tbsp.
- Lucuma x 2-4 tsp. (to taste)
- Coconut oil x 2 tbsp.
- Filtered water x 160ml
- Vanilla Pod – optional
- Raspberries x 1 cup
- Agave Syrup x 4 tbsp.
Soak the cashew nuts for at least 4 – 6 hrs. Rinse and drain them. Gently melt the cacao butter and coconut oil together (either in a dehydrator or over a bowl of hot water).
Add all the base ingredients in a high-speed blender and blend until smooth. Put the mixture into the heart molds and smooth over the tops. Place these in a freezer while you make the topping.
Blend all the ingredients for the topping in a high-speed blender until smooth. Strain the mixture into a bowl through a sieve to remove the raspberry seeds.
Bring the hearts out of the freezer when set, this make take an hour. Using a knife loosen the hearts from the mold and tap onto a plate. Spoon the topping onto the hearts and serve!
You can keep these in the freezer for frozen ice crème treats, or in the fridge for a softer mousse like dessert.
Sarah Hook is a Holistic health coach, Raw Food Chef, and Creator of Juice Rehab – The Juice Detox in the UK. She loves Yoga, being outside in nature, being barefoot, meditating, and being creative in every area of life. You can check-out her services here.
This raw recipe is another super easy delicious creation! Vanilla is my favorite flavor of milkshake and ice-cream, and this recipe is totally dairy and guilt free!
2 Large Frozen bananas
2-3 tsp Pure vanilla extract
or seeds of 1 vanilla bean
1 cup of soaked cashews
2-3 Cups water
4 Medjool dates
Blend until creamy and smooth, adding enough water for your preferred consistency.
Sarah Hook is a Holistic health coach, Raw Food Chef, and Creator of Juice Rehab – The Juice Detox in the UK. She loves Yoga, being outside in nature, being barefoot, meditating, and being creative in every area of life.