Raw Cashew Banana Yogurt
July 21, 2014

Raw Cashew Banana Yogurt | The Full Helping

This raw cashew banana yogurt is one of the recipes I’m most proud of from my cookbook. It’s tart, sweet, and satisfying, and it’s the sort of recipe that’s so easy and sensible that, after you prepare it, you’ll wonder why the idea never occurred to you before. I’ve had many vegan yogurt experiments, most of them involving coconut (one with young Thai coconut, which you can find here, and another with coconut cream, which you can find here). I like them both, but I will admit that this is my favorite homemade vegan yogurt recipe. I was delighted when it came together for the book, and I’m delighted to share it with you all now.

Raw Cashew Banana Yogurt from Choosing Raw

Author - Gena Hamshaw

Ingredients

  • 1 cup cashews soaked for 2 hours or more, then drained
  • 2 large bananas
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 2/3 cup coconut water 1/2 cup if you’re using a food processor
  • 1 pinch sea salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon probiotic powder optional; you can simply open up a few probiotic capsules for this!

Instructions

  • Blend all the ingredients in a high-speed blender until smooth. Alternatively, place all the ingredients, except the coconut water, in a food processor and pulse a few times to combine. Turn the motor on and drizzle in the coconut water in a thin stream. Keep processing until the mixture is very smooth. Stored in an airtight container in the fridge, the yogurt will keep for 2 days. From Choosing Raw by Gena Hamshaw. Reprinted with permission from Da Capo Lifelong, © 2014.

The yogurt is great plain, but I also love it with some raw granola (especially my raw cocoa crunch granola or my beet and hemp granola) or some fresh berries. Amanda, who recently reviewed the book, featured the recipe, and her husband took some incredible images. I can’t help sharing them!

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Beautiful work, Amanda and Aaron!

So, hey. It occurs to me that the book has now officially been published for three weeks. And I have yet to offer my readers–the folks whom I wrote this book for–a couple of free copies. Clearly, this must be fixed. There would be no book without this blog and the folks who have kindly, critically, and intelligently supported and engaged with it for so long.

Tonight, I’m running a giveaway for five copies of Choosing Raw, the book. I hope that the book finds its way into hands of readers who will enjoy it, and feel inspired by the images and information inside. The giveaway will run until August 4–two weeks from today. Enter below!

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As I’ve said before, the real joy of this book wasn’t in recipe development (though I did love that). It was in sharing nutrition information, responding to some common myths and misconceptions about vegan and raw diets, and in formulating 21 days of wholesome, flavorful, and accessible meal plans, all of which will give you a sense of how to seamlessly integrate raw and cooked vegan fare. I hope you’ll enjoy the book as much as I enjoyed writing it. Good luck!

And see you tomorrow.

xo

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  1. Gena, this “yogurt” is absolutely delicious! I’ve elimited dairy from my diet due to digestive issues I was experiencing, and it is so nice to have a tasty alternative to the conventional yogurt. I have literally been eating this for 3 weeks. I guess I should mix it up and get in some different nutrients with some of your other recipes. I am sure they are just as delicious. Thanks again.ale

  2. Hmm, I didn’t love this recipe. It was too heavy. Maybe I didn’t add enough coconut water or lemon juice? I used children’s probiotics so I could share with my kids. My 8-month-old twins loved it!

  3. I have never made avocado chocolate pudding even though I have seen the recipe in several places. I love avocado but I can’t imagine using it in a dessert.

  4. This yogurt looks fabulous! I always wanted to try making a raw chocolate tart! (Raw pastry seems so intimidating to me but I’d love to accomplish something like that)

  5. Cashew cream cheese made with nutritional yeast….never tried it despite the fact that I had to go dairy free. I think this banana yogurt recipe will help me get one step closer to it as I love bananas.

  6. Ooh, this looks great! I guess I’d never even thought about making my own vegan yogurt and it didn’t occur to me that it could be that easy.

    I’ve also never made zucchini noodles and I think I need to just do it some time soon. It seems so easy and yummy!

  7. I really can’t wait to see what is in the book….I just started incorporating raw food recipes into my diet and also veganism due to extreme digestive disorders so this is really exciting.

  8. Your book looks absolutely amazing and if I don’t win a copy in this giveaway, I’ll definitely be purchasing a copy! You must be ecstatic at the positive response and although I don’t know you, I am SO glad for you!

  9. I’ve only tried Larabars and a raw ginger-Asian slaw. I have a terrible digestive system, but I want to delve deeper and try to train my stomach to handle raw foods as pure food works best for my body!

  10. I CAN’T BELIEVE YOU HAVE A BOOK!!!! Oh my goodness, a friend of mine recommended your site to me in college and it changed my life. Seriously. My eating habits changed, my body changed, my awareness of food changed. Everything for the better. I’m not a raw foodist or a vegan but I definitely make sure my plate is full of nutritional goodness and so much of that came from your blog and your knowledge and I can’t thank you enough. This is so exciting!! A BOOK!! Congratulations!!!

  11. I was always intimidated to try zoodles. I recently gave them a shot after I found a julienne peeler at a yard sale for 10 cents. They are just as amazing as I hoped they would be.

  12. I’ve never made cashew cream and this yogurt sounds delicious and simple! I’ve always wanted to make some kind of raw chocolate cake too!

  13. Definitely going home tonight to try out this cashew banana yogurt. It’ll go great with my fresh market blueberries and raspberries!

  14. I can’t wait to try this! I always miss fruit and yogurt parfaits but can’t tolerate the soy yogurts and dislike plant based yogurts at the store….Thanks!

  15. I would love to try making nut cheese. I have purchased it, but it is very expensive. I used it to make a Strawberry “Ricotta” Pie. The recipe was from the Health Starts Here program at Whole Foods. It was excellent.

  16. This looks fantastic. I’ve been trying to find a good vegan yogurt recipe – this may be it!

  17. I would really love to try and make your cherry crumble recipe that you just posted with the date topping! I’ve also never made cashew cream and it sounds delicious!!

  18. This sounds and looks delicious, and with a great consistency. I’ve attempted to make yogurt from a young coconut but the consistency has (yet!) not come out just right. Excited to try this new recipe. Thank you Gena for sharing your brilliant creativeness!!

  19. I would love to try and make this yogurt. I have made a few raw puddings and cheeses but never a yogurt. Thanks for the recipe!

  20. This looks amazing and so so creamy! I can’t wait to try this! You are seriously the best Gena.

  21. I’ve just started getting into raw cooking so there is a lot for me to learn, but I think raw desserts are intriguing, and I also want to learn more everyday meals that are raw and satisfying!

  22. I love your website and I cannot wait to get a copy of the book! All the recipes sound delicious!!

  23. Hi Gena,
    catching up with all your posts cos I’ve been travelling for a month! I’ve really missed my Vitamix so I totally plan on whipping this up VERY soon. I’ve heard wonderful things about your book and have been excited about it for a long time. I’m definitely buying myself a copy but would love to win one for my mum.
    Sending love hx

  24. The pudding looks delicious, I have tried many things with cashews, but I never making homemade pudding.

  25. I never would have thought to blend up cashews into yogurt. This is definitely something I’ve got to try. I do have some brazil nuts that need to be used so I might try replacing the cashews with those for one batch.

  26. Looking forward to trying more of your amazing recipes!
    One thing I have not yet tried, and would love to, is raw nut cheeses an sour cream. They look so doable, but I’ve never taken the time to try them!

  27. This sounds very interesting. I had to read the recipe like 5 times to figure out what was going on. It’s one of those i’ll just have to do it things. I’ve added the items to my shopping list for next week already.

  28. I cannot wait to make this! I use cashews for everything but I’ve never made yogurt. I always got freaked out by anything requiring fermenting or sitting out, so this recipe sounds easy and perfect. Thanks!

  29. My fb is Celina T! (I spelt it wrong when i entered it above)

    I would love to try to make a raw coconut yogurt! I have mastered the zucchini noodles and lettuce tacos but have yet to tackle more complex raw recipes! i know your book will inspire me 🙂

  30. I’ve used cashew cream for everything from chia pudding to salad dressing but I’ve never tried yogurt. Sounds great!

  31. Awesome! I’ve been looking for a natural replacement to my dairy free yogurt and this sounds perfect to try– thanks! Love your blog and work !

  32. That yogurt looks absolutely incredible! I have just stocked up on the ingredients and am ready to give it a try!

  33. Let’s see, as a raw chef I have made so many things! However, I think a raw stir fry would be an adventure! Would love to get your book to share on my website too! 🙂

  34. Boy — I am excited about this cookbook. I actually told myself about 2 months ago, “That’s it. No more cookbooks. You have PLENTY. Be good.” And I have been.

    But now, I may have to break my own rule. (But don’t tell me that I’m doing it. I’ll be so mad at myself.)

  35. I don’t have a dehydrator, but when I get one – one of the first recipes I’m going to try to make is PIZZA! OF COURSE!!! And bread. And “meat”loaf! And granola! (I make granola in the oven already, but I want to see if a dehydrator works better!)

  36. I feel that I’m quite the raw banana ice cream with raw cookie dough chunks expert but I would REALLY love to try nut-based cheeses. But it’s also a huge fear because I don’t want to turn it into a mouldy mess! Hopefully, your book could spell it out for me so I can finally experience something like goat cheese again! (it’s the one non-vegan food I truly miss!)

  37. I’ve always been intrigued by the raw versions of baked goods but have never gotten around to making any.

  38. I’d love to try this yogurt – I’m sure my little girls will love it too – thank you so much Gena!

  39. ah i want your book so badly! 🙂 it seems like a great boook, Gena! i am really excited for the sample meal plan. mostly though, i want to make a raw cracker bread chip or something of that sort to snack on 🙂

  40. oh my gosh i’d love to have your book! im waiting to buy it so winning would be amazing 🙂 i am most looking forward to the 21 day sample meal plan!

  41. Anything with a dehydrator since I don’t have one. I would love raw buckwheat granola since it’s so expensive but delicious! And raw crackers too.

  42. This sounds awesome! I think I still have some Align samples from when I worked for a gastroenterologist that I could use. Can’t wait to read your book Gena, if I don’t win I’m buying it anyway. Actually is there an e-version of it?

  43. I’ve made some vegan “yogurt” out of tofu before, but I’ve never made truly raw yogurt, and I’ve certainly never used probiotic powder, so I’m definitely intrigued to try this recipe.

  44. I’d love to try making a raw yogurt at home but have been scared of messing it up. This looks delicious!

  45. I’ve been wanting to try raw pasta, like zucchini and squash noodles. This really intrigues me!

  46. This recipe sounds wonderful (cashews are probably my favorite nut), and the chance to win your book is a big bonus! The recipes sounds wonderful. I discovered your blog by accident while looking for a particular type of recipe, and I’ve been enjoying cruising through it frequently ever since. Your smoothies incorporate the most wonderful-sounding ingredients…I can’t wait to try smoothies with butternut squash!

  47. This recipe sounds awesome, and I love its simplicity. I could easily make this at home with items on hand. Looking forward to adding your cookbook to my library- if I ‘m not a big winner, I’ll be purchasing at some point in the future! Thanks for all the hard work and heart you have put into your blog and book.

  48. So I already have this in e-book form, but I love it so much, I would adore a hard copy version too!

    I’ve only made zucchini noodles a couple times, so I”m hoping to do a lot more of the raw veggie noodles in the future. : )

  49. Hi Gena,
    So happy you wrote a book. Can’t wait to start cooking your recipes. I’ve never tried making a raw yogurt before. This one looks great, though:)

  50. I’m still waiting for a sustainable probiotic source. I don’t know much about them really, when I finally do though I’ll be making this…and more!
    Yum thank you!

  51. Your cookbook looks amazing, would love a copy. As a celiac who is sensitive to oats I would love more options for raw breakfast, like the one you just shared! Can’t wait to try it!

  52. I amso making this for my kiddoes. I can’t wait to get you’re book! I’m reqesting it for my bday in a few weeks. 🙂 I’ve been a reader from the beginning and am still inspired every time I read your blog. Thank you!

  53. For months now I was waiting to make a raw raspberry cake and now, when I finally have some time, my food processor died.
    Yummy recipe by the way!

  54. I’ve tried so many raw recipes over the years that I’m not sure how to answer that question. I guess I’d just love to try to make one from your new book. Congrats, BTW 🙂

  55. A lot of raw recipes intimidate me because they require the use of a dehydrator, but I’ve seen some mind-blowingly delicious-looking and “realistic” raw burger and sandwich recipes that use raw “bread” made in a dehydrator. Maybe a dehydrator is the key to not have everything taste like salad; it’s a way to create foods with different textures to mix things up for the palate. We have a dehydrator at home already. It’s my fiancé’s, and he’s pretty sure it’s never even been used. I think it’s time to break it out and make something! Plus, I’ve always wanted to compare dehydrated kale chips vs. oven-crisped kale chips to see which, if either, is better.

  56. The answer to the question is “easy peasy”…I’d love to make raw vegan yogurt! I am waiting for your book to check it out from the library (on a wait list), but would LOVE to win a copy!

    Is there a particularly probiotic powder or capsule you use and/or recommend? Would love to know!
    Hope I win, LOL

  57. ive never tried making dried beans (soaking them and making them into edible food i mean). im def doing to try this recipe too!

  58. What’s one raw food recipe you’ve never tried, but would love to make at home?

    The answer to that is…coconut bacon!

  59. I still haven’t made raw cheesecake. I need to do something about that soon! I’m thinking your key lime cheesecake.

  60. Oh my word, I miss cashew nuts. Theo’s allergic to them so we’re a cashew free household. Sad face. V. excited about the giveaway!

  61. I’m excited to try this raw yogurt recipe. I tired one once before but it ended up being to thick, this recipe looks much better!

  62. Raw cheese, dehydrated breads and those decadent raw desserts. I love blog posts it allows me to get in raw recipes but have a balance with some cooked foods without the guilt. Thanks, congrats on the book

  63. I would love to try this yogurt recipe. I have tried many raw recipes so I don’t know what I haven’t tried. Since I don’t have a dehydrator anything that involves one would be on my to-do list. I’m not sure if this giveaway is open to those living outside the US. If not I will definately buy your book eventually. Thank you for all your great Inspiration!

  64. I would love to try your blended salad, as I think it would be a great recipe for the hot summer months.

    Would love to have a chance to win a copy of your book.

    Have a blessed day & thank you for hosting this giveaway,
    Sarah Grace

  65. Since I was a raw foodist I’ve made pretty much every raw recipe I could get my hands on. One of my favorites was raw chili.

  66. I would love to try out a raw ice cream cake recipe, but I need to buy a springform pan first!

  67. I’ve never tried making raw yogurt before though I’m fascinated by the idea. I was going to buy probiotics soon so this post is rather serendipitous, I guess I’ve no excuses not to try your recipe now 🙂 Congrats on getting published 🙂

  68. Looks super easy. I get really excited when not a whole ton of work is involved. Yum!

  69. Pretty much any “prepared” raw food– I’m just getting started exploring the raw world!

  70. I don’t have a dehydrator, but if I did I would love to try my hand at making raw granola or raw crackers or flatbread! It would be great to have something super-duper healthy to dip into hummus or guacamole!

  71. I haven’t made a lot of raw recipes; I’m usually afraid that I won’t like them.
    So if I would make some desserts or other delicious raw recipe that I would enjoy enormously – I would be more confident in trying more!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win this book!

  72. i’ve always wanted to make a raw soup, but don’t have a powerful enough blender to do so.. but i love raw desserts since they’re super easy to make 🙂

  73. I’m so excited that this book is finally out! As a full time student, I’ve taken so much inspiration from the “hurry up vegan” posts and the lunchbox posts. I’ve never made vegan yogurt so I’d love to try this recipe and the coconut cream one.

  74. I’ve always wanted to make a raw cheesecake and have no idea why I’ve never gotten around to it. They’re delicious!

  75. I’ve never tried anything with a dehydrator only because I can’t bring myself to buy another kitchen appliance. I’ve read I could achieve somewhat similar results in an oven, but I’m afraid to go through the work and end up having to pitch the final product……. Maybe I should start with crackers, worst case scenario, I just bake ’em! LOL

  76. I’ve been working my way through the book since I got it, recipes and advice. All of it reminds me of the blog and I enjoy your outlook on each aspect!

  77. I keep meaning to go out and buy this book and haven’t yet! So this is perfect. Thanks for the giveaway! This yogurt sounds great. Last time I made homemade yogurt I also used a little bit of apple cider vinegar to help with the tartness that I love about traditional yogurt. But I’m sure the lemon accomplishes that beautifully on its own. Congrats again on your cookbook!

  78. This sounds awesome and easy!
    Raw recipes often intimidate me so I love seeing one so doable.
    Thanks for the chance at your cookbook!

  79. I don’t have a dehydrator, so the raw bread & cracker recipes are the ones that intrigue me the most. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of your book!

  80. I’ve been meaning to try making vegan yoghurt but all the recipes I found always seemed so intimidating. Thank you for creating one so straightforward! I will definitely have a go at making this very soon 🙂

  81. I’ve never made my own yogurt before! I used to eat yogurt every morning before switching to a vegan/plant-based diet. Your raw yogurt recipe is certainly one I’ve never tried and would love to make at home.

  82. The cashews will be soaking shortly for this recipe! Thank you for the inspiration 🙂

  83. Hello,
    First of all, congratulations for your beautiful blog!
    What I’d like to try at home is to make my own cashew cheese. Yummy!
    Thanks for your great recipes and the inspiration.

  84. I would love to make a raw key lime pie, especially during this hot summer weather. It sounds amazingly refreshing. 🙂 Creating raw treats is a bit intimidating to me, but your cookbook seems like a great guidebook!

  85. Before I became vegan, I used to love yogurt. Now I can easily enjoy it with this recipe! One raw dish that I would be interested in trying is chia pudding; I think it would be a great way to switch up my breakfast routine.

  86. Raw yogurt has been on my to make list. But really, I’ll eat anything with probiotics. I just love the tang!

  87. This is the least complicated vegan yogurt recipe I’ve come across! I’m excited to try it!

  88. I have loved your recipes and site for a long while now and look forward to trying this tasty sounding recipe ((Yet again 🙂 ))
    I love simple raw recipes that show off their flavours…

  89. Ohhhh I can’t wait to try this! I love yogurt but am trying to eat less dairy, so this is perfect 🙂

  90. To be honest the raw food recipe that has been on my cards for a while now, is a raw spin on pastries – a savory pie 🙂 Not a berry tart, or raw layer fruit pie – but an honest-to-goodness hale-and-hearty raw savory pie 😀

  91. One raw food recipe that I have yet to try is the one for your raw cashew cheese. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of your book! And congratulations to you!

  92. I’ve never made raw yogurt at home, which looks delish, but I would have to go with raw brownies.

  93. One raw recipe I want to try the most is making raw cheesecakes/tarts! I love buying them from Whole Foods, but I know I can easily make them at home 🙂

  94. I’ve never made raw yogurt at home, this looks delish. But I think I’d go with raw brownies.

  95. I have never made raw crackers in the dehydrator. That sounds very interesting and I will have to try it. Your new book looks like one I will have to have. Also, I just LOVE your Weekend Reading part of your blog. I have learned so much from it.

  96. With the exception of salads, sandwiches and the like, I don’t think I’ve ever made anything that creative in terms of something “raw.” I would like to try my hand at a few different things though, so this cookbook is on my Amazon wish list!

  97. One raw recipe I have yet to try is cheesecake. However, I am sure there are more- I just need them to cross my path 🙂

  98. I’ve always wanted to try making raw energy bars (copycat larabars) but until I have a food processor that probably won’t happen 😛

  99. Congratulations on your beautiful book! I am certainly keeping my fingers crossed to win my very own copy!

  100. I would like to try making raw nut milk at home, especially hazelnut. Also cashew but cheese sounds interesting!

    Your book looks amazing, especially the 21 day menu plan – congratulations!

  101. I have always wanted to try making raw granola with buckwheat. I just have never gotten around to it because I don’t have a dehydrator (yet!)

  102. I shy away from a lot of raw recipes because I’m allergic to tree nuts. I keep meaning to try a sunflower seed pate instead.

  103. This looks fantastic. Cashews and bananas are two of my favourite staples! Awesome alternative to dairy right there 🙂
    I would love a copy of this book 🙂

  104. I love this! I had always been too intimidated to make my own yogurt, but this is totally manageable!

  105. I can’t wait to make this recipe at home! Thanks for sharing! I would love to make raw kale chips at home. It would probably be cheaper!

  106. Incredibly, I’ve never made kale chips. As a person who doesn’t have a dehydrator and frequently sets her oven on fire (usually making flat breads), kale chips is a recipe for disaster. Oh how I covet a dehydrator to safely make those crunchy bites! (Along with granola, chat mixes …)

  107. Wow Gena! Your book sounds so intriguing. I’ve never been into raw food, but you make it look really interesting: Definitely, next in line of the things I want to try and never tried yet is overnight buckwheat porridge. I’ve been obsessed with roasted buckwheat lately, I’m curious to try it in a different form.

  108. The book looks wonderful, Gena! Congrats! I would like to try making some crackers or raw breads with leftover veggie and nut pulp. I’ve never been brave enough to adapt a recipe, since I don’t have a dehydrator.

  109. Gena! thank you for all the inspiration and guidance! I just moved across the country and am without any cookbooks…yours would be the perfect first west coast cookbook to inspire health and well being in a new place, a new chapter of my life!

  110. The raw food that I want to make but am yet to attempt is coconut bacon. sounds yummy. thanks so much for the chance to win!

  111. This looks delicious! Definitely going to recreate this week. I’m so excited to make this — I’ve never made raw yogurt because all of the raw vegan recipes I’ve come across include young thai coconut meat which is not something I typically have access to. Thanks for sharing your wonderful kitchen creativity!

  112. A raw recipe that I would love to try would be any kind of raw dessert! And, of course, this yogurt recipe! Yum!

  113. You’re always so inventive! This looks fabulous. I love that there are bananas blended into it. I’m not entering the giveaway because I already bought your book, but I’m happy for whoever wins, because it’s a real gem. I still haven’t made my way completely through it, but I’m already loving everything. (I’m slowly savoring it! Haha.) Kudos to making a vegan cookbook/un-cookbook that appeals to both vegans and non-vegans alike. Part of its appeal, at least for me, is the lack of heavily processed substitutes. I loathe seeing a picture of a gorgeous vegan meal, only to find out that it’s full of store-bought vegan replacements for non-vegan ingredients. It’s truly a book straight from mother nature’s hands. This recipe and all the others it’s comprised of are beautiful. You should feel incredibly proud. My only complaint is that you didn’t write it sooner!

    Side question: Have you ever considered writing anything on the subject of eating disorders? You’re such a gifted writer. I really think you should consider it.

  114. I am extremely excited about your cookbook. I went to a raw foods dinner at a restaurant here in Denver. They made an amazing raw burger that I would love to try and recreate.

  115. I’d love to make raw cashew cheese ! I see it so often on various blogs but have never made it.

  116. Something I have yet to try making at home is raw granola – as well as anything that requires a dehydrator, which I don’t own (yet…). I’ve had the opportunity to try some delicious ones, and I would love to be able to recreate them – or even better, create my own – at home.
    By the way, congratulations on the publication of your book! From what I’ve seen so far, it truly sounds great, and I know it’ll eventually find its way to my bookshelves…

  117. Thank you for your great blog and all the inspiring recipes. This sounds divine! I do miss yoghurt.

    I have always wanted to try making a fermented food like sauerkraut or kimchi and am trying to find a recipe that is not loaded with salt. Most of them seem to be.

  118. I would love to try this yogurt recipe! And just this weekend I made raw ice cream sandwiches-having fun dabbling in raw foods!!!

  119. I love almond milk but am totally intimidated by making it. Almond butter? No problem! Almond milk? Yikes.

  120. Something cold and yummy – like popsicles or ice cream! Thank you for the chance to win!

  121. I have been a blog stalker for about a year. I just love your recipes. Thanks so much for the chance of winning your cookbook. I’m so happy for your cookbook release. I hope there are many more to come!

  122. One raw food recipe I’ve never tried, but would love to make at home would definitely have to be any sort of salad dressing. I’ve become very accustomed(because I’ve been lazy haha) to using a dash of apple cider vinegar, lime, or lemon juice on all my salads. But I’ve been just chomping at the bit to make up some vegan creamy dressings! 🙂

  123. Yum! This looks so good. I love foods with lemon–I want to try making a raw cheesecake sometime (hopefully soon!). Do you know a good place to purchase probiotic powder? Thanks!

  124. One raw recipe I have never tried at home but I would like to is making my own raw nut butters.

  125. This recipe sounds awesome – definitely need to try it, since I used to love yogurt, and I haven’t enjoyed it in years. I’d love to try this drizzled over a banana wrap, from your recent post!