This saves me from my cream cheese cravings. Make your own personal “cream cheese” blend by simple adding or substituting fruit, cinnamon, herbs…have fun & play with it.

Recipe Directions

Combine all ingredients in a blender & mix until smooth.

I still had a few cashew chunks, so I mashed it up a bit more with a fork. I’m sure if you have a high-powered blender, it shouldn’t be a problem though.

I spread it over sprouted, flourless bagels or english muffins & top with fresh pomegranates.

You can also use it as a dip for fruit. Just add water for a thinner consistency.

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This saves me from my cream cheese cravings.

Make your own personal “cream cheese” blend by simple adding or substituting fruit, cinnamon, herbs…have fun & play with it.

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This sounds wonderful. Have you made cheesecake with this cream? Thanks for sharing.

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I am in the transitional stage & without a dehydrator, so I eat Ezekial brand breads which are sprouted & cooked at low-temperatures.

GoneRaw has OceanBliss' Amazing English Muffins (http://www.therawtarian.com/community/recipe/amazing-english-muffins), as well as several other breads that look delicious for those of you with dehydrators. I can't wait to try these! 'Living on Live Food' (Alyssa Cohen) has a rye bagel recipe that is supposed to be good. I found it at this link:

http://www.rawfoodtalk.com/showthread.php?t=10&highlight=bagel

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Yes I second that! Please post the raw bagel recipe.

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there is a bread called ezekiel by food for life. its not raw but its sprouted grain bread, which creates a complete protein. It was a good transitional food.

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this sounds great. any way you could post the recipe for these sprouted flourless bagels you speak of?

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