fruit of your choice (i used blueberries as main stay and a banana for consistency)
dates or raisins
This sweet treat doesn't take long to make but will need some time to set up in the refridgerator. The key on this one is getting enough psyllium seed to cause it to gel but not so much it effects the taste, and enough honey to get it to the taste you prefer. But honestly the beauty about raw "cooking" is the could be a little different for everyone so what might be perfect to me might be too sweet or not sweet enough. You can always taste as you go and that is the flavor you will have. There is no cooking that is going to change it. So taste away. Make sure it is how you like it.
Putting a slice of this pie in a bowl with banana ice cream on top is truly so delicious! This is a new favorite treat around here right now. I used to make stuff like this ALL THE TIME but life happened and I got out of the habit.
I also made some raw cookies yesterday. The recipe is in the recipe section but essentially this batch had almonds, raisins and raw local honey. These your freeze. You want equal amounts of the nuts and dried fruit. Honey to taste. These can be incredibly good if you roll them in "almond flour" (my personal favorite way!) or shredded coconut. Sooooo good! I am going to try to save these sweet treats though for when my kids get back from their dads. They love love love the raw cookies and usually go through them in a day if given the chance.
The thing about these kind of treats is that really they are healthy. It is not processed. It is all coming from whole, unprocessed, natural foods so I tend to let my kids ahve as much as they want when it comes to these kinds of things :)
If you take a stab at it, enjoy and let me know how it goes! :) Next time I make it I will also take a picture.