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Practically Raw Desserts - Flexible Recipes for All-Natural Sweets and Treats - cover

Practically Raw Desserts - Flexible Recipes for All-Natural Sweets and Treats

Amber Shea Crawley

Publisher: Vegan Heritage Press, LLC

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Practically Raw Desserts is a trove of scrumptious raw cakes, cookies, brownies, pies, puddings, candies, pastries, and frozen treats. All of chef Amber Shea Crawley’s sweet creations allow substitution and adaptation for a non-raw kitchen. The recipes are free of dairy, eggs, gluten, wheat, soy, corn, refined grains, refined sugars, yeast, starch, and other nutrient-poor ingredients. Many recipes are also free of grains, oils, nuts, and added sugars. Ideal for beginners as well as seasoned raw foodists, Practically Raw Desserts is jam-packed with delicious, healthy-yet-indulgent treats that include:Baklava BlondiesSummer Fruit PizzaTuxedo Cheesecake BrowniesCashew Butter CupsConfetti Birthday CakePecan Shortbread CookiesDeep-Dish Caramel Apple PieDark Chocolate Sorbet With this flexible approach, you can delve into raw desserts at your own pace, even without special equipment or hard-to-find ingredients. The book provides recipe variations and ingredient substitutions that address many common food allergens. If you’re looking for delicious and vibrant dessert recipes with maximum flavor and nutrition, then you’ll love Practically Raw Desserts.
Available since: 06/09/2015.
Print length: 193 pages.

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