Raw Christmas Pudding – YUM Tastic

November 21, 2012 at 2:10 pm 2 comments

Just got to love Rebecca Kane.

A Raw Vegan rather yummy Crimbo Pudding – This rather wonderful woman is full of amazing recipes and I seriously suggest  grabbing her books for fab Christmas pressies!

Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe Raw Vegan Goddess Rebecca! :O)

Raw Christmas Pudding

Ingredients

For the pudding
1 cup of ground hazelnuts
1 cup of ground walnuts
6 medjool dates
3 dried figs
½ cup of dried cranberries
½ cup of carob
2 Tbsp of orange zest
½ tsp of mixed spice
A squeeze of lemon juice
A little water if necessary to help bind the mixture

For the frosting
1 cup of macadamias
2 Tbsp of melted coconut butter
2 Tbsp of agave syrup
2 Tbsp of lemon juice
Zest of one lemon

Equipment
Food processor
Blender
Pudding moulds

Directions
For the pudding
Place all of the ingredients in the processor and blend until the mixture becomes sticky.
Place cling film in the pudding moulds and add the mixture
Place in the fridge so that they can firm up

For the frosting
Add of all the ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth

And there you have it – Do take piccies and send them in!

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Tor Ince  |  December 3, 2012 at 10:39 am

    Looks fantastic! I just went raw today and was thinking about Christmas bakes (I’m still making cooked vegan sweets for friends) so I found this right on time.

    I have one question – is there anything I can use in place of the carob, or is it a key ingredient?

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  • 2. alysontyler  |  December 25, 2012 at 2:03 pm

    I made this and can say it was lovely. I’ll make it again, not just for Christmas. I couldn’t get macadamias so I used blanched almonds instead, and I also used cocoa powder instead of the carob, so, probably not ‘raw’, but, almost!

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