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1 cup frozen organic raspberries ½ cup frozen organic blueberries ½ cup frozen organic strawberries. PINK CASHEW CREAM: ½ cup raw cashews ¼ cup filtered water ¼ cup shredded unsweetened coconut 2 tablespoons raspberries (fresh or frozen) 1 tablespoon maple syrup or honey ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract Juice of 1 lemon Pinch of sea salt. TO SERV. 1 cup frozen berries ½ cup Cashew Milk (homemade or store bought) 1 tablespoon dark amber maple syrup ½ teaspoon vanilla extract Pinch of sea salt.

Place the berries in the bowl of a mini food prep or food processor. Pulse the berries about 10 times. Then, add the cashew milk, maple syrup and vanilla. Blend until creamy.

2-3 crumbled cashew cookie larabars depending on how much topping you want (you can make your own with this 2 ingredient recipe) 1 teaspoon ghee melted (or a little more if you need it) 3.5 cups mixed berries I used a mix of fresh strawberries blueberries, & blackberries. You can use frozen berries too, but it will be a little watery. Freeze for 1 hour. Stir, mashing any frozen parts with the back of a fork.

Cover; freeze until firm, about 2 hours. Using a fork, scrape granita vigorously to form icy flakes. Beat cream and remaining 1 tablespoon sugar in a large bowl until peaks form.

Divide granita among bowls or glasses. Top with whipped cream and garnish with chocolate shavings. Bite into the center of Mmmm. Made with real fruit, and bursting with sweet bits of strawberry love.

Premium strawberry ice cream is wrapped in a pillow-like layer of chewy mochi dough. Discover an entirely new experience around your favorite ice cream flavor. Add the frozen fruit smoothie ingredients into a blender, but reserve half of the cashew milk. Blend the smoothie ingredients until smooth, and pour in the remaining cashew milk slowly until desired consistency is reached.

For a thicker fruit and yogurt smoothie, add less cashew milk. And for a thinner smoothie, add a little more. Your cashew cream will taste best with good-quality raw cashews.

Look for raw cashews in the bulk bins at your local health food store or order them online for the best price.Yes, raw cashews can be expensive, but a cup (about six ounces) will give you a week’s worth of cashew cream and is much less expensive than many of the store-bought vegan cheese and cream. Vegan Frozen Berry “Cream” Pie This no-dairy dessert might make you rethink placing whipped cream on top. Berries and powdered sugar make an excellent topping alternative. Get the recipe at Vegan Yuminess. Courtesy of Wine and Glue.

27 of 38. Chocolate Chip Cookie Crusted Cookie Dough Ice Cream. Short of serving store-bought ice cream, you won’t find a simpler, more delicious dessert than this fruit cobbler. Use any juicy summer fruit: peaches, nectarines, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, raspberries. And if you use frozen berries, this dessert can be assembled in less than 10 minutes.

Instructions Place the cashews (for the crust) into a large food processor and pulse until broken down and crumble. Add in the dates Press the crust firmly into the bottom of a parchment lined 8x8 inch pan. You need to press it very thin, so really use Drain the soaked cashews.

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Process 1½ cups buttermilk, 1½ cups frozen berries, 1 peeled and chopped banana, 1 tablespoon sugar, and pinch salt on low speed in blender until berries are chopped, about 10 seconds.

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Spread banana mixture evenly over strawberry layer in pan; return pan to freezer, and freeze 30 minutes or until banana layer is slightly firm.

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* To freeze the berries, line a rimmed baking sheet with baking parchment or waxed paper and arrange the berries in a single layer.

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Blend nondairy milk, 300g frozen blueberries, 1 frozen banana (unchopped), and 60g walnuts in high-powered blender.

“The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life” by Dr. Joel Fuhrman
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Because of their high water content, strawberries can’t be frozen as successfully as cherries or blueberries, but frozen berries are fine if you want to make wintertime smoothies.

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To freeze enough berries for one cobbler, place 8 cups (4 pints) on a rimmed baking sheet in one layer, if possible and put it in the freezer until the berries are frozen solid, 8 hours.

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If fresh berries are unavailable, an equal amount of frozen berries, not thawed, can be substituted.

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Using a spatula, swirl the berries into the frozen banana mixture, making streaks of color—do not blend too well.

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You can probably find flash-frozen açaí berries at your supermarket, and they are wonderful when added to smoothies.

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Serve with fresh berries, Blueberry Kir Sauce (page 192), Strawberry Sorbet with Berry Topping (page 229), ice cream, or frozen yogurt.

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  • Elsa it all looks great!!! One tip for everyone is to freshly grind your flax seeds, as whole seeds just pass through with no benefit at all.

  • I love this video! Thank you for sharing your inventive ideas. Your videos have helped inspire my love for cooking, and my goal to start a blog of my own! Keep it up:)

  • Hi! I hope all is well! I was wondering where you got a few of the items you showed in your video: the pot where you made your porridge, palm spoons, and decorative eating flowers. Thank you!

  • How do you pick out a coconut? I got one from the grocery store once but when I opened it up it smelled so bad and almost fermented. Is there a way to tell if they are ripe or overripe or was I just unlucky?

  • I love that we can get a frozen mixed berry blend, organic @ Costco. Thank you for this recipe we love nice cream!

    Debbie in WA Ü

  • Awe Vermont and Maine both so beautiful!!!!! My family and I went to Monson and Beals Island in Maine for vacation last year and the year before that…Beals was gorgeous!!!!

  • Frozen berries are linked to Hep A outbreaks incl. deaths in northern and western Europe. Important to (sadly) boil them first, I’ve learned

  • I was tired of buying those pre-sweetened instant oatmeal……so this time, I bought plain oat meal and added frozen blue berries.. it was delicious!

  • mix the cottage cheese and frozen berries in a food processor taste just like ice cream. I’m not a fan of cottage cheese but love this cures my sweet tooth with lots of protein!

  • In Denmark it is recommended to boil the frozen berries for one minute in water on the stove. Fresh and frozen berries including raspberries, blackberries, strawberries and blueberries are a common source of food poisoning due to harmful viruses and bacteria, particularly the hepatitis A virus.
    The main causes of berry contamination include being grown in contaminated water, poor hygiene practices of berry pickers and cross-contamination with infected berries during processing.

  • hey, love the video, and will defo try the recipes for next breakfasts! Was wondering where are your glass container with the bamboo lid from?

  • Hi Ellie! Loved the video, so interesting to see what you like to prepare for breakfast it gave me a lot of inspiration for morning meals. Absolutely love the pans and pots you cook in! As well as the ceramic bowl with tiny black dots �� Where do you buy all this pretty kitchenware? have a nice day! ��

  • can i ask because its frozen fruit isit easy to bite lol? or did you thaw it or like put it in warm water before… because i know most frozen fruits usually used for shakes.. please let me know

  • Your videos are phenomenal. Every time there is a new one I am so excited:) You should upload more often as everyone is craving them.

  • I add cumin,garlic & paprika to the bean mix and I put avocado on the toast first �� lol I do that with my scrambled tofu as well ���� I love IKEAs bean mix, almost got the taste by using a salsa dip mixture and I added the usual above ingredients.

  • From a health perspective, you might as well just buy regular ice cream at the store. Both are loaded with sugar and both will make you fat. The bananas will end up in your colon so you have a ton of shit inside of you to carry around while farting. Might as well just eat ice cream or almond milk cream, cheaper too.

  • Making it right now ��I love the voice over ❣️❣️ so nice to “hear” the instructions while watching the video.
    I’m making your strawberry cake from scratch today ��

  • Ok Dani omg lol so I made these amazing muffins!! So good I’ve been eating clean for 2 weeks I gotta tell ya I’m 46 full menopause Ive never slept better and inflammation is gone! Keep’m coming

  • GREAT video! AND don’t forget the CRANBERRIES…just blend them up with SWEETER berries like blues and straws..I do this 3-4 times each week for my breakfast!

  • I like your ideas but make me laugh..you talking about frozen food but you got “”fresh produce local grown”” sign hanging behind you on the wall..make a better picture

  • I had a question since at the end of the video you say the puree can only be stored for up to 2 days? I saw another puree video and it said it can be stored up to about a week in a fridge, so I’m wondering which one to follow since I want to get rid of some strawberries in my fridge that are packaged to make room in there. I wanted to use my puree but not at this moment, was going to work my cupcakes in like 4 days.

  • I have the frozen berries and cottage cheese or greek yogurt for breakfast in the morning. I use the nice cream for desserts. Will try your first recipe that is new to me.

  • Got my Vitamix for $250 last November! Comes with recipe book, and a 20oz single serve set too. If you sign up for their emails you can know when they have a sale:)

  • Danni, can you make a video about how to freeze fresh fruits ourselves? Sometimes I bought too much berries and I want to freeze them and use them later.

  • You’re so creative I’m outside of Chicago and I absolutely love watching your videos they’re incredibly inspiring and you make me want to pack my bags and move to Australia ����❤️

  • Let’s just take a moment to admire how beautiful you are! ���� love the vibe you give off in ALL your content �� super cute, helpful, enjoyable, and inspirational! Thank you for your work! I’m currently addicted to your videos!

  • Thank you!!! I’m going to try this and see if it works. I put it on high right away and was impatient thinking something was wrong with my blender