Recipe Directions

So what is the recipe? There’s only 3 ingredients. Watermelon, bananas, and strawberries (I’m not including the candle since most people tend to not eat it because of the waxy build-up in their stomachs!)

Ready? Got your crayons and paper? OK. Take one seedless watermelon and cut it into the shapes you want to serve your guests. Take enough bananas and strawberries and shove their bodies in a blender. Blend their corpses (making you really hungry aren’t I?) until you’ve got an icing. You might have to add more bananas if the icing is too thin. Then assemble your cake by using the banana-strawberry icing, and your watermelon as you would any layer cake!

This only took me 5 minutes, and passed the “Keely Taste Test”. Keely’s my tester. If she’ll eat it, anyone will.

Rkbush's Thoughts

So what is the picture? Its a raw birthday cake, what else? I was challenged by a Raw Diva who was looking for a special birthday cake that would fit the Body Enlightenment System program offered at “therawdivas.com”.

Originally published at http://legallyraw.blogspot.com on September 18, 2007

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So cool!

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In my GMO research watermelon didn't come up. Plus I've been eating "seedless" watermelon all my life. If you can point me to some information on this would be great. I'm concerned about my avocados, too.

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seedless watermelon is not a good call, since it is genetically modified; good presentation though

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oh goodness. i'm sooo making this.

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Absolutely perfect!

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Absolutely perfect!

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mmmm. *drools on keyboard* I was all surprise how they got it that color then clicked to get the recipe and what a surprise!

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Okay, I love it, and the Keely test is awesome, but my son (Superman!) cannot stand the texture of fruit unless it is an icy-smooth smoothie :) Very fun for summer parties!

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What an awesome recipe! It's nice to just have fruit sometimes - no nuts or agave or honey... just good ol' fashioned fruit! btw your picture is awesome :D

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::wishes her monitor was scratch and lick:: I need to go get watermelon. Thanks for this.

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Hey there back! ;-)

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Hey there ~ well now this is totally inventive. Love it!

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Cutest recipe I've seen on here!

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Hi, I've been out of town working. I didn't have any problem with the icing. Of course I made it, and it didn't sit around for long. I like the idea of using a raw sorbet.

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will the icing spoil quick, due to the banana's nasty post-blending habits? either way, i'm willing to trust the keely system.

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i made this but i added some cherry-banana sorbet in the middle and made an ice cream cake. it was delicious!

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I'm very impressed! It's beautiful!

I'd love to see more recipes like this! My digestive system just can't take the fruit/nut combination that so many raw desserts entail.

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I wish I'd see more recipes like this... fruit based. mmmm. How refreshing indeed!

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this is so beautiful perfect for my babies first birthday

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How creative! Thanks for sharing!

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What a wonderful recipe. I can't wait to make it.

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Sometimes the simplest things are the best! Thank you!

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a cake without nuts, dates, or agave! how refreshing! thanks!

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