Recipe Directions

Blend dates and vanilla extract in a blender, adding in almond mylk (begin with 1/4 cup) until desired consistency is reached and mixture is smooth.
Paint on date mixture with a kitchen-pastry basting brush in layers.
You can chill the apples in between layers (I did about three layers overall).
Decorate with hemp seeds. Chill and enjoy! :-)

Barefootandfrolicking's Thoughts

This is a delicious raw vegan alternative to cooked candy apples for the Halloween/autumn season!
You can see the original post of this recipe on my blog, "barefoot and frolicking: a space for musing on living and raw foods":
http://barefootandfrolicking.blogspot.com/2009/10/candy-acorn-apples.html

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haha thanks Krista - I agree, they are quite groovy! :-) Glad to brighten your day!

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so, umm, i haven't tried these, of course, but they look quite groovy. anyhoo, my point is that you're username makes me want to frolic barefoot-ly. it put a smile across my brain. so thanks!
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Hey Mikfizzle,
Thank you for the kind comments - they were super fun to make, as well as delicious to eat! They would make a great addition to Thanksgiving. I love your blog by the way; I have it listed as one of my favorites on my site:-)
http://barefootandfrolicking.blogspot.com/

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These look delicious!
I think these are going to go on my recipe list for thanksgiving!
http://lilearthmuffin.wordpress.com/

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