Thursday, December 23, 2010

Holiday Spice Pudding

This delicious dessert is creamy, rich and filled with freshly ground warming spices. I layered the pudding mixture with fresh raw whipped cream, and the contrast of the two is like a light fluffy cloud and a sweet condensed maple butter dancing as one. I love this special sweet treat!!!

Holiday Spice Pudding:

3/4 cup raw cashews, soaked 30 minutes
1/4 cup pure water or coconut water
1/2 cup raw cream
1/4 cup raw unfiltered honey
2 T raw butter, softened
1 T coconut butter, softened
4 T lucuma powder
1 T mesquite pod meal
1 T maca powder
1 tsp vanilla powder or 1 vanilla bean
1/4 tsp himalayan salt
fresh grated nutmeg and cinnamon

This recipe can be made in the food processor or blender. I recommend a high power blender for the cashews, as it will turn into a smooth cream this way. The remaining ingredients can be mixed in a food processor.

Blend the soaked cashews, pure water and 1/4 cup of the cream until smooth. Add all remaining ingredients and blend in food processor or high power blender. The mixture may be a little thick, so if you choose to do all in the blender, you may want to add additional water or cream. Fold in a few cacao nibs in at the end for a kick.

Whipped Cream:
1 cup raw cream
fresh grated nutmeg
1/2 tsp vanilla powder or 1/2 vanilla bean

Whip in a food processor or with a mixer until lightly whipped, and peaks are barely holding. You want this to be light and fluffy!

Layer in a glass jar the spice pudding and whipped cream, top with a dash of fresh cinnamon.

This recipe was made in California, where the access to raw cream and butter is a plenty. If you can't access raw cream, and can get raw milk, just let milk sit overnight in a wide glass bowl, and skim off the cream in the morning. 1 gallon raw milk should be enough for this recipe. I also didn't have all my normal tools (vitamix) and the results still turned out great! Try this recipe if you love raw dairy!

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