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Use any type of fruit – fresh, cooked or tinned. Grease a baking dish, put the fruit in the bottom and cover thickly with the crumble. Cook at 180C for 40 minutes. Crumble can be kept in the freezer and brought out when you need to make a quick dessert!
Crumble No 2 170gms butter, 1 cup SR flour, 1 cup rolled oats, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 tsp cinnamon, ½ tsp nutmeg, a pinch of clove, 1/4 tsp saltUse half/half quantities of fruit/sugar with lemon pips for pectin.
Cook at 150° for 25-30 mins.
Strawberry Ice Cream
500g strawberries, 2 medium bananas, 1 avocado, ¼ cup honey, ½ cup orange juice or 2 tabs tahina (for a creamier texture) Blend high speed. Pour into a container and freeze.
Vanilla Ice cream
4 small bananas, peeled, chopped and frozen, ½ cup soy or thick nut milk, 1 tspn vanilla, 1 tab tahina, ½-1 tab honey. Blend and freeze.
Banana and Caramel Ice cream
8 very ripe bananas (1.3g) Peel, thin slice. Freeze at least 6 hours. Remove from freezer, rest 5 mins. Place in food processor til smooth. At this point add 12 Medjool dates – pits removed.
Cashew Cream 1 cup cashews (best activated overnight in water in frig), ½ cup of water or orange juice, 1-2 tspns honey
Blend nuts and liquid as finely as possible. Add a little honey and nutmeg. Use as a topping for fruit.
Strawberry Jelly Soak 2 tabs agar flakes (from sea vegetables no sulphide) overnight in 1 cup of water or a minimum of 2 hours. Heat agar til boiling and simmer til flakes dissolve. Blend 500gms strawberries, 1 cup fresh apple juice, ¼-½ cup honey.
Combine strawberry mixture with agar and blend briefly. Pour into a mould and refrigerate til set.
Tofu Lemon Cream
400g tofu, ½ cup lemon juice, grated rind of two lemons, maple syrup to taste. Blend well & refrigerate.
Note: You can omit the honey/ maple syrup in all these recipes. For a sugar replacement flavour cinnamon is ideal.
As these are all fresh they only have a limited shelf life so make and enjoy within days.
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