This is a very easy treat when you have lots of carrots around or leftover carrot pulp from juicing carrots. You can make it sweet or spicy, depending on whether you choose cinnamon only or adding a little bit of curry. I like it sweet myself. You are welcome to substitute dates for the raisins or some other sweet...

Recipe Directions

1. Food process all the ingredients.

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By soulstar

This is a very easy treat when you have lots of carrots around or leftover carrot pulp from juicing carrots.

You can make it sweet or spicy, depending on whether you choose cinnamon only or adding a little bit of curry. I like it sweet myself.

You are welcome to substitute dates for the raisins or some other sweet fruit you have on hand if you feel experimental.

You may optionally add a dash of cinnamon and/or a dash of curry, depending on which way your spice buds would like to take you.

You can try it without any added spice first and then see if you like some cinnamon, (nutmeg, vanilla, curry, etc.).

You can also add 1/2 cup of chopped pineapple at the end, but do not food process the pineapple for best results.

You can also use Artisana raw coconut cream in place of raw shredded coconut.

Recipe may be made nut-free, too. Try it without added nuts first, if you’d like, and then if you are missing their crunch, go ahead and sprinkle some into the food processor.

Soaked cashews, almonds, or walnuts seem to go best in this recipe.

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Mm. I did it w/o nuts & I like it. :)

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Just mixed up a batch of this -- so simple and so GOOD! Thanks.

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Just mixed up a batch of this -- so simple and so GOOD! Thanks.

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