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Mango Carob Pie Recipe + Last 3 Days for 17.5% Off ANY Size Order :)

Posted Dec 29 2010 12:00am

*3 Days Left for 17.5% Off :)*

Yes, from now until December 31st 2010, you can still get 17.5% Off *ANY* size order over at TheRawFoodWorld.com by using the coupon code "HOLIDAY18" as you check out... This is a Holiday gift from us to y'all, with gratitude and love for all of your ongoing support... :)

The only restriction is that this offer excludes appliances, because the mark-up on appliances is very small. However, you can also use the coupon code 'HOLIDAY12' to get 12% off any order on our website, so this is the coupon to use if your order includes an appliance (or place two separate orders if you prefer, to maximise your coupon use ;)

Again...thank you so much for your ongoing LOVE and support - we appreciate you :) Happy Holidays :)))


on December the 26th I appreciated
1 quart water
3 cups coconut water blended swiftly with Truly Natural Vitamin C powder = YUM :)
big handful of fresh strawberries
1 quart wild greens/coconut water elixir from Mr. M :)
shared cucumber salad with Mr. M; salad stuffed into nori sheets with Sea Clear + lecithin, followed by a carob Brownie Batter yumpot
mug of horchata tea
1 cup water


I have had a song from my childhood stuck in my head for the last day or so...so I thought I might share it here with you guys, as it is rather appropriate for this time of year anyway...it is called " Closing of The Year " by Wendy and Lisa and was the theme song to the 1980s film "Toys" with Robin Williams - that was one of my *favourite* films, I had it on VHS tape and watched it countless dozens of times - lol ;) This was my favourite song from the film - enjoy ;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9geCS0v7w8



on December the 27th I loved
1 quart water
3 cups watermelon/orange juice
bowl of papaya/mango/strawberries/coconut yoghurt/ashwaghanda/astragalus/carob/stevia
water of a young coconut blended with Greener Grasses powder
shared cucumber salad with Mr. M; salad stuffed into nori sheets with Sea Clear + lecithin, followed by a carob Brownie Batter yumpot :)
2 mugs of horchata tea
1 cup water


on December the 28th I liked
1 quart water
3 cups orange juice mixed with coconut water
a delicious dragon fruit
1 quart greeeeeen juice mixed with pineapple juice
shared cucumber salad with Mr. M; salad stuffed into nori sheets with Sea Clear + lecithin, followed by a carob Brownie Batter yumpot :)
2 mugs of horchata tea
1 cup water


On Christmas Day we suddenly decided to enjoy a spontaneous little "Raw Desserts Party" with some friends and with about two hours to prepare some goodies before people arrived, Mr. M and I whizzed around the kitchen preparing an array of yummy raw offerings...my favourite creation was a "Marvellous Mango Carob Pie" that I felt compelled to share with you guys here, as it was *SO* yummy :)
The crust/base alone and also the filling alone were both sooooo good, then combined they were outrageous ;)
Please note that the measurements for the ingredients below are *approximate* - I didn't measure anything as I was making it, so I am guessing here at how much I used of things - please feel free to PLAY with your food and this recipe, if you try making it...enjoy ;)

Marvellous Mango Carob Pie
Base: 1lb ground dried almonds 4 tbsp raw honey (or coconut syrup, sweetener of your choice ;)3 tbsp raw carob powder2 tsp maca powderpinch of salt
Place all ingredients for the base/crust into a food processor and process together into a light, mealy 'dough'. Transfer into a cake tin/dish of some kind and press into shape as a pie crust. This mixture can also just be used as it is, rolled into "yumballs" in your hands for example, or squished into "cookies", for example...


Filling:2-3 mangoes2 cups fresh coconut meat2 tbsp coconut oildash of cinnamon to tastehandful of dried Incan berriesLOVE :)
Place all ingredients for the pie filling into a blender and blend together until smooth; taste for flavour balance, adjust as you like and when ready, pour the filling into the pie crust and place the pie in a fridge or freezer to set. If you have any excess filling, you can serve it as a separate "pudding", freeze it into ice cream and so on... The coconut oil in the filling will help to firm up the pie in the fridge/freezer. When the pie is "set", you can decorate the top with more Incan Berries, or chopped fresh fruit etc as you like and then...ENJOY :)))

All love and bountiful explorations of joy,
ACSM. xxx

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