what can i say but simply simple and heavenly, (like that word, heavenly in talking about tasty food!) not sure where i found this recipe but it called for one cup of dates, i added the raisins one day when i was out of dates and it tasted great! i have even used other dried fruit in place of the dates and got great...

Recipe Directions

place all into a food processor until they stick together. press into a container the size of a bread pan. place in freezer for an hour or so, then cut into small squares. keep in freezer and bite into heaven!

no need to soak dates!

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what can i say but simply simple and heavenly, (like that word, heavenly in talking about tasty food!) not sure where i found this recipe but it called for one cup of dates, i added the raisins one day when i was out of dates and it tasted great! i have even used other dried fruit in place of the dates and got great results.

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Just made it, as the recipe is posted...OMG could it be any easier! It tastes awesome. It is in the freezer right now. Had to make something sweet...I am having a craving for something sweet!! Need it right now! This is perfect!

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i am so making this once I get more walnuts!

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Ok, little update. Tasted all three versions again, now that they are PROPERLY freezed... :) Although I really like the carob/agave/walnut combo, I think my favorite is the cacao/carob/agave/almond combo (I thank Karen Knowler for that recipe, which can be found somewhere on her site, and should also contain vanilla), which tasted like a chocolate bar.I couldn't care much for the cacao/agave/walnut.

I subbed the dates for agave (1 cup dates for 1 cup agave), however, I found that to be way too sweet and could easily do with half of the amount.

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I recognize this recipe! I saw it on the Raw Food Talk forum. It's Raw Priestess' infamous brownie recipe. Coincidently I made some today, but used agave because I don't have dates. I made one with carob only, and one with cacao. I also didn't use any cinnamon (because I don't have it...). I also made a version with almonds, agave and half cacao, half carob. My dh and I agree that the walnut & carob only version tastes the best! I'm gonna tries this with dates as soon as I have them...

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