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#1 Old 08-17-2006, 04:59 PM
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I got this recipe from my mom, who lived off it during her hippie days in college, (so it's cheap and easy!). All you need is:



1/2 Block Tofu (any kind you like, softer will blend more, but the firmer will make it lighter and fluffier) I just use any old tofu I have in the fridge

1/2 cup Peanut butter

2TBS Raisins

1TBS Almonds



Combine all ingredients and mix with a fork until a uniform consistancy is reached, or if you're really feeling lazy put the tofu and peanut butter in a food processer and then add the other ingredients after.

You can also add:

*Apricots

*Dates

*Natural Cane Sugar (or any other sweetener you like, liquid sweeteners don't leave a grainy taste, I only add sugar if I want a sweet treat)

*Seeds

*Fresh Fruit





This spread is great on sandwiches, crackers, fruit or just plain out of the container, I swear this will not last long in the fridge, you will eat a spoonful every time you open the door. This also is a very open recipe, add whatever you want, this really uses up that last little bit of tofu in the package.
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#2 Old 08-22-2006, 02:56 PM
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This does sound good, I wonder if I can take it and mock up peanut butter some how, I'll let you know if I do it!
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#3 Old 09-01-2006, 07:36 AM
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is this supposed to end up being smooth? or chunky w/ all the fruit and nuts whole?

i suppose, really, that it doesnt matter.
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