Recipe Directions

SWEET POTATO LAYER

1. Blend all ingredients in a blender until smooth.

CASHEW CREAM LAYER

2. Blend all in a blender or food processor until smooth. Add more water if needed.

ALMOND/DATE CRUNCHY LAYER

3. Place in a food processor and combine until almonds are broken up well but not fully combined with dates.

4. Layer in a glass or dessert dish: one layer sweet potato, top with cashew cream, then almond date crunchies. Make as many layers as possible.

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this really is one of my favorite recipes. :9 it's also delicious with fresh strawberries cut up into it. MMM.... having for breakfast right now.

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THIS IS SO GOOD!!! :D i'm new at the raw food thing, and i was very skeptical about raw sweet potato tasting good, but this is awesome.

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I think pumpkin would be much better and less starchy

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We tried this today and the first words out of my toddler's mouth were, "yuck" and he gave me the "thumbs down" sign. Think this would be better with a fruit rather than sweet potato.

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I tried this. I LOVE IT. The sweet potato really has a smooth consistency, easy to blend, and a good neutral flavor. It doesnt taste like a bitter raw vegetable. It marries well with the orange and spices. The only change I would make would be less agave, just so i can taste the sweet potato a little more.

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This sounds sooooooooooooo good. Right up my ally. Kind of a fix-it for a pumpkin pie craving... MMMMMM.

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sounds good, thank you for sharing!

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