Friday, 12 December 2008

Anabrese's Raw Gold Chocolate Box

165gms of pure chocolate bliss!

4 varieties of chocolates:-

  • mint chocolate crunch (with hemp)
  • orange hazelnut squares
  • tropical delight (sesame/coconut coated in dark chocolate)
  • chocolate truffles (hazelnut/sesame, cacao, spices)

Chrismtas Special* Two Boxes for £25 plus £4.50 p&p!!

No need to forego chocolate this Christmas!
Raw is best.

If you require more boxes, please email me: info'at'  Replace 'at' with @

Monday, 10 November 2008

Raw Christmas & Thanksgiving

Well, it's that time of year again where all the advertising of food, food, glorious food hits you in the face everywhere. It can be very tempting for new raw foodies to eat some of the familiar comfort food they grew up with. But, you don't have to succumb to all that stodgy, depleting heavy food that's on offer at your aunties. I have made it easy for you by producing a book chock full of the most tantalising, delicious, feel-good food you can imagine on a raw diet. If you prepare a little in advance of your social gatherings over Christmas, you will enjoy the lifeforce of raw food at its best and most delicious. On that note, have a wonderful merry time and enjoy all the other wonderful things about this time of year, as well as the food!

Wednesday, 6 August 2008

Chocolate Brownies

These are really nice, fudge like middle bit with soft icing on top.

1 cup buckwheat/flax flour (1/2 cup each of buckwheaties and flax seeds ground)
1/2 cup cacao
2 tablespoons mesquite meal
4 soaked figs
4 soaked apricots
1 apple
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp spirulina
1 tsp mixed spice
2 tsp coconut oil or olive oil
pinch sea salt

Put all the dry ingredients into the food processor, then add the soaked fruit and process until you have a dough. Place fudge-like dough on a teflex sheet and place another one on top. Use a rolling pin to roll out to about 1cm thick. Cut off the edges to make a neat square. Mark into squares. You can leave as it is or place in the dehydrator to dry out the oil slightly @ 145 for 45 minutes, turn over halfway to do the underside. Or, just place in the fridge until you're ready to put the icing on if you're using it. You could just make a chocolate sauce and pour it over the brownies before serving!

1/2 cup coconut oil
2 tablespoons mesquite
1 tsp cacao
orange oil (opt)

Melt the coconut oil and stir in the mesquite until it is like a thick soup. Pour over fudge and set in the freezer or fridge. Cut brownies into squares and store in the fridge up to a week or the freezer.

Sunday, 20 July 2008

Chocolate Fudge Balls

These are great to put out on Xmas day or to make and put in decorative boxes for gifts!

1 cup dates, soaked for 2 minutes in warm water
1/2 cup pine nuts or cashews
1/2 cup sunflower seeds
1 tablespoon coconut oil, melted
3 tablespoons cacao powder
pinch sea salt
2 teaspoons agave

Grind up nuts and seeds in the grinder, transfer to the processor. Add the cacao powder, salt, agave and melted coconut oil. Turn the processor on and drop the dates into the mix until the mixture starts to become tacky. Take small amounts of the mixture and roll into little balls.
Store in the freezer or fridge.