Good and good for ya! Recipe adapted from The Hallelujah Diet cookbook via Everyday Wholesome Eating...in the Raw cookbook by Kim Wilson.
- Process the almonds, dates, and water in blender until smooth.
- Add the rest of the ingredients and blend only until smooth(you still want it to be frosty like a shake).
- If you have presoaked almonds on hand, you can replace the 1/3 cup dry almonds with about 1/2 cup presoaked almonds.
- Pour into pop molds to make carob popsicles!
I am so glad I made this for one serving or I would have enjoyed all four servings. I used coconut water, skipped the oil being there is plenty of fat in the recipe. I also skipped the salt. Thanks Sharon!!! Made for FEBRUARY'S SUN and SPICE EVENT
Interesting. It tastes good, DD (toddler) enjoyed it as well. I used chilled spring water, unblanched almonds but they did not get completely smooth in my blender, soft Iranian dates, roasted tahini as that is what I had on hand, no oil as I didn't have either kind, I did use carob syrup from a Middle Eastern store because I didn't have the powder on hand. I used unpasturised local honey plus the frozen bananas. I may make this again when craving something sweet but pretty healthy. Made for Veggie Swap 26 ~ September 2010.