Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Welkome to Heavenly RAW

Hi my name is solla. I make yummy food and grow vegetables and greens in Iceland ;) I love RAW food. I went to Puerto Rico 1996 and have been on the RAW and LIVING track since then. I give RAW foods classes, writes recipe books, been on TV for many years and I
my live.




I write in a weekly magazin in Iceland where I give RawFood recipes. This week I am using blueberries, you can pick them wild here around Reykjavik and all over Iceland.
I went berry picking with my dear friend Angela and her boyfriend Matt on her 30th years birthdayyyyyyyyyyyyy
and we got those beautiful berries ummmmmmmmmmmmm.

Raw Blueberry candies

1 cup coconut flakes
1 cup dates
1 tsp vanilla powder
1/4 tsp himalaya salt
1/2 cup blueberries
2 Tbs tahini
Place coconut flakes + dates + vanilla + himalaya salt into food processor and process until everything is in small "powdered" pieces. Add blueberries and blend for few seconds and then add the tahini and finish blending. Take walnut-sized balls af the mixture and roll between the palms of your hands to form balls. Store in the refrigerator.






7 comments:

Cookiemouse said...

Welcome to the blogosphere! I also write about raw food sometimes. I'll add you to my blogroll. Good luck!
Leighton (from FB)

Díana Ósk said...

Takk Solla fyrir að bjóða mér að kíkja hér inn:) Takk fyrir að vera fyrirmynd í matarræði og fyrir allar góðu uppskriftirnar.

Kærleiksknús***
Díana

Linda Salas said...

your blog is looking nice! isn´t it fun too?

Erna said...

Thanks, Solla!
I will certainly use HEAVENLY RAW in my future. I will post it on my blog roll to make sure it will stay there.

love
Erna

Frank said...

Greetings!!
Sending love peace and Bliss your way!!
Franky

Margret said...

Hæ Solla mín
til lukku með nýja bloggið! Gaman að lesa uppskriftirnar þínar á Facebook og nú hér. Bæti þér á link listann á blogginu mínu ;_-)
knús
Magga

Anonymous said...

Flott síða hjá þér Sólveig.
Takk fyrir stuðninginn við www.berjavinir.com
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