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1 teaspoon each: maca, carob, mesquite
1 tablespoon each: lucuma, cacao
smallest amount you can pick up with your spoon of cayenne pepper
sweetner (agave, honey, date syrup), to taste
2 tablespoon sunflower seeds, soaked
1½ cup hot tap water, not over 100 degrees
1. Drain the sunflower seeds. 2. Put everything in the blender and blend until perfectly smooth.
Daniefon's ThoughtsBy daniefon
Now that it is getting colder here, my regular icy smoothies aren’t as appealing. So, I have switched to hot chocolate. I love this mixture, it is filling and tastes delicious. I am going to multiply the quantities of the dry ingredients and make a hot chocolate mix and all I will need to add each morning to the blender will be the powder, seeds, sweetner and water. I may even soak, dry and grind the seeds and add them to the powder. If I knew more raw foodists, I would give the powder away in jars for the holidays! I guess I’ll just keep all of mine!!!
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