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03-09-2013 11:48 PM
Berlie17 These sound great! :P
09-01-2006 10:37 AM
GhostUser I am totally going to make these on Saturday with my brandy-new food processor!



T-n-S... thanks for all the raw recipes lately!
09-01-2006 08:39 AM
Tesseract Those sound awesome. The neat thing to me about raw recipes is that so many of them are so easy to make!
09-01-2006 01:47 AM
IamJen Yum
08-31-2006 11:16 PM
Tofu-N-Sprouts Itty Bitty Baby Blueberry Pies

Category: Raw Foods



Suitable for a: vegan diet





Ingredients:

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2 cups fresh blueberries

2 tsp fresh orange juice

1 tsp fresh lemon juice

1/2 tsp grated orange zest plus extra julienned for garnish

1/4 tsp vanilla extract

4 tsp brown sugar

Canola-oil cooking spray

2/3 cup raw almonds

1/2 (packed) cup pitted dates



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Instructions:

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Combine first 6 ingredients in a bowl, cover and refrigerate.



Chop almonds in a food processor until they are the texture of breadcrumbs. Empty into bowl, then chop dates with 1 tsp water in food processor until well chopped (they will be a little clumpy).



Mix with almonds to form a brownish gooy stiff paste.



Divide mixture evenly into 4 golf ball-sized rounds.



Place each ball between 2 pieces of wax paper and press to form a 4-inch crust. Turn up edges if desired, or press into oiled mini tart pans or muffin tins.

Refrigerate 2 hours. Use a spatula to move crusts to serving plates - they'll be sticky if in a tin;



Fill each with 1/2 cup berries and some leftover juices from bowl. Top with orange zest. Yum.





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