Emilyjayne's Thoughts

I wanted to try out the young coconut wrappers I see in Matthew Kenney's new book, but didn't want to put a savory cashew filling inside. I mixed up this fudge spread (would be great with a little chopped hazenuts) and ended up with a sweet and salty thing going.

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This reminds me of the nutella crepes you get in israel and Europe. Haven't had that in eons and have been feeling a little deprived. I cant wait to try this!! Thanks.

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That is great! Thank you for posting that! I just tried out my first young coconut and now am really excited about all the possibilities! I wish I could run out and make it right now, lol! Can't wait!!

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The coconut wrappers are in Everyday Raw. (Also Entertaining in the Raw.) I just made up the filling, as I was in a sweet not savory mood. Enjoy!

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What book is that in? I just ordered Everday Raw is it that? Looks so yummy!
Em
www.simplycleansing.com

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It's pretty sweet, but not as sweet as you may think. Coconut meat isn't too sweet, and the almond butter certainly cuts the sweet agave. Cocoa also counters it.
Everyone likes different sweetnesses, and it's was pretty good for me. I love the wrappers.
Good luck!

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This overall sounds too sweet to me(tonight, it could change on my mood) but I love the idea of the coconut wrappers and now looking to get one to try it out since I have a new dehyrdator that needs to be used!

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