Posts Tagged "Almond Pulp"

Vanilla Goji Berry Balls

Posted by on Jul 11, 2014 in Recipes | 0 comments

Goji Berry Balls 1

Sometimes in between meals I’m looking for a snack that is light, but filling enough to tide me over to the next meal. These raw vanilla goji balls fit the bill perfectly.  They are naturally sweet and gluten free, packed with nutritious super foods, and are totally yum.  I love the combination of sweet, aromatic vanilla with tart goji berries. Plus, they are a great way to use the pulp left over from making almond milk! 

Share Button
Continue reading...

Lemony Sesame Bites

Posted by on Sep 10, 2013 in Recipes | 0 comments

Lemony Sesame Bites

Here is a quick and easy recipe before I board my flight to Bangkok.  Yes, I’m going back again for work and this trip promises to be especially hectic! 

Whenever I make a fresh cup of almond milk, I make a new set of raw bites so that I can use up the remaining pulp. These ones are particularly special, combining lemon with black and white sesame seeds! Yum yum! 

Share Button
Continue reading...

Raw Cookie Dough Bites

Posted by on Aug 27, 2013 in Recipes | 0 comments

Raw Cookie Dough Bites

When I’m not on the road, I make about 2 batches of almond milk a week and so I have no shortage of almond pulp lying around. I hate the idea of throwing it away.  Some people dehydrate it to make almond meal, but that’s a bit too fussy for me (the simple in the name of this blog is there for a reason!).  So usually I use it up by making bite-sized, raw, snacks. 

Share Button
Continue reading...

Raw Gingerbread Bites

Posted by on Aug 10, 2013 in Recipes | 0 comments

Raw Gingerbread Bites

I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for ways to use the pulp that is left over from making almond milk. I tried raw almond pulp macaroons, cookies, and crackers but wasn’t too impressed with the results.  Then I stumbled across the Rawtarian’s Raw Almond Pulp Fudge recipe. In a word: delicious! Airy light bites of chocolatey goodness!  I shaped the “fudge” into small balls and stored them in the fridge, instead of the freezer.

Share Button
Continue reading...