I just love blueberries and flax, and I came up with this recipe for an easy dessert that simulates raw blueberry cheesecake but without all those darn cashews, which you really have to watch out and not eat often if you have allergies or sinus problems like me. I have been using flax, chia, and Irish moss more and...
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1. I love the Brazil nut milk recipe form Raw Food Real World and use that for everything. You make the milk with 4 cups water and 1 cup nuts. After straining, add a pinch of salt, little bit of vanilla, 2 to 4 tablespoons of agave, 1 tablespoon lecithin powder, and 1 to 2 tablespoons coconut oil.

2. Put the nut milk and flax seeds in the blender and blend on high until the flax seed is well blended. The flax creates a gelling quality that thickens the recipe and makes it taste great.

3. Add the rest of the ingredients and blend until smooth. The frozen blueberries will make for a quick cold dessert or put this in the fridge and wait for it to set up a bit and you will have more of a pudding.

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By leahceleste

I just love blueberries and flax, and I came up with this recipe for an easy dessert that simulates raw blueberry cheesecake but without all those darn cashews, which you really have to watch out and not eat often if you have allergies or sinus problems like me.

I have been using flax, chia, and Irish moss more and more lately to get great dessert consistency but with less nuts and oils.

This does have a bit of a flax taste, but I kinda like that!

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I've done this with hemp milk minus the flax...ain't it good!

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I've done this with hemp milk minus the flax...ain't it good!

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