Here’s another simple, mind blowingly delicious recipe. They taste like cheez-its or goldfish. Raw and vegan baby! Awwww yea
2 c cashews, soaked 2 hrs and rinsed (sunflower seeds work well too)
1 large bell pepper
2 large stalks celery
1 large tomato
5 cloves garlic
splash apple cider vingar or lemon juice
dash of kelp flakes
Blend everything in a powerful blender or food processor till smooth. You might need to add some water for the right consistency. Spoon some over kale, massage into the kale, sprinkle with a touch more nutritional yeast and dehydrate till crisp and delicious! Good luck keeping these around for more than a day…
*I didn’t measure these, but I used quite a lot of each. Keep adding till the mix tastes good!
These crackers are raw, buttery, and absolutely delectable! For optimal deliciousness you will need a powerful blender and a dehydrator, but these might be able to be baked at a low temp. If anyone tries let me know how they turn out!
You will need:
2 1/2 c raw walnuts, soaked 2 hours
1 large zucchini, chopped
1/4 sweet white onion, chopped
5 cloves garlic
1-2 T chopped rosemary
3 T nutritional yeast
1 t salt, or to taste
1 t fresh ground pepper
juice of 1/2 lemon
splash olive oil (optional)
1-4 T water, for blending
Blend all ingredients in vitamix or food processor, adding water as necessary to achieve a spreadable consistency. The mixture should be like a soft paté. Spread very thinly on dehydrator sheets and sprinkle with a tad more salt and pepper.
Dehydrate till crisp (I usually give them a day), flipping midway when the tops of the crackers are dry. Be careful when handling as they are very delicate.
And voilà! Enjoy with raw nut cheese, avocado, or hummus!