That’s how I feel right now. I am amazed. I just made the no-bake raw vegan brownies from minimalist baker, which you can find here.
As always, I did things a bit differently, but they still turned out fantastic!!
I always use my Ninja blender, because that’s all I have for mixing.
I used ALL the dates, and I didn’t put them in the blender a few at a time. I just threw half in, blended, and then the other half right after. No time for single dates!
I used only half the coconut oil since I don’t like it that much.
I used a little less sugar, and a finely granulated sugar not a powdered sugar, so my frosting came out more dense and less fluffy.
I didn’t have any baking pans available today and I didn’t want to wash them, so I shaped my brownies into a heart to surprise bf when he gets home. Hooray!
Here are some snapshots along the way:
It was so delicious, so tart, and I spent extra time blending it so I didn’t add more almond milk. That gave it a creamier consistency. Fantastic!
2.5 Bananas (some frozen)
12 oz. Raspberries (frozen)
A splash of almond milk to help it blend.
I am assuming this is what all vegans say. Smoothies are a quick and easy way to get a LOT of fruit in one serving (or five servings depending on how you look at it). I love my new Ninja blender that I have been using since Christmas. For the most part it gets everything blended really smooth. It works better if you do the thicker items first before adding in the liquid, or else it doesn’t get those little pieces small enough.
Smoothies really are my life now. I have them multiple times a week. That and nicecream. The one in the picture was a banana pummelo smoothie, which came out pretty good, but next time I will use less pummelo, which has a bitter grapefruit like taste, and put a few sweeter ingredients in.