About 6 bars

1.5 cups dates (or mix)
1 cup nuts (i.e. raw cashews, almonds, pecans, or mix)
Pinch of salt


  1. Pit the dates and place in a bowl.
  2. Turn the dates into a paste. I use a knife and cut them in small pieces. If you do it in a blender or food processor, the dates stick to the knifes.
  3. Place the nuts in a food processor, hand slicer or do it by hand with a sharp knife or cleaver. Process them but don’t blend to a powder. The bars taste better with tiny pieces of nuts in them.
  4. Add the nuts to the dates and mix. This is easiest with your hands. Mix until fully combined.
  5. Take the doughy and make 2 long “snakes”. Then flatten the top and edges with a wooden spoon. Cut each “square snake” into 3-4 pieces.
  6. You may wrap each one in baking paper (or plastic wrap). You can even put stickers on the wrap or draw on the paper to really surprise yourself, partner or kids.
  7. Store them in the fridge until ready to eat.
  8. They travel well, are a great afternoon snack and make happy kids if you put them in their lunch box.


  1. This is just the basic recipe. Your variations are limitless. Mix dates with figs, apricots, dried apple, raisins, goji berries or try (a) different (combination) of nuts. It’s also delicious with hemp seed or sesame seeds. Just make sure the proportions are bout 1,5 fruit and 1 nuts. Add vanilla, cinnamon, chocolate powder or lemon juice for extra delicious taste.

(source : The best of raw food)


  • 1, 5 cups raw cocoa
  • 2 dl almondflour (health) / or nuts
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • A pinch of salt


  • 2 cup raw cocoa powder
  • 1 tablespoon carbon (to)
  • 3.5 tablespoons of coconut oil
  • 500 grams of dates
  • 2.5 tsp raw vanilla powder

Fresh raspberries for garnish

Template nuts into flour, or use almondflour. Mix in cocoa, coconut oil (melted)

and salt in the flour. Spread mixture in a thin layer in a round cake tin with baking pair.

For the filling, you mix all the ingredients for concise nose is creamy. Put the filling over the cake base and place it in the refrigerator for a couple hours. May well be right in the freezer too. If you prefer, you can put the bottom in the freezer for 1 hour first and then pour in the filling. This then takes a longer time.

Serve with raspberries and enjoy the best raw chocolate cake you’ve ever tasted!

  • 1 banana
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter (health food)
  • 1.5 tbsp cocoa

This is mixed in the blender, you can add some liquid eg water. So you have a wonderful chocolate mousse for 2! Completely free of sugar, and can be eaten any time of day.

  • 250-300 grams of dark chocolate    (preferably raw cocoa)
  • 1-2 cup walnuts
  • 100 grams of coconut oil

Can add other flavors such as chili, orange,  cashewnuts, raisins etc..

The chocolate melted in hot water or low heat while you chop up the nuts. Coconut oil adds you with pre-melted chocolate until it is all liquid. Mix in nuts and pour everything into a low form. Put in refrigerator or freezer until it hardens and cutting fit pieces with a pizza cutter. Yum!!

  • 80 grams of bee pollen
  • 100 grams of powder lacuma
  • 120 grams of coconut oil

(Can add cinnamon if you like)

Start by melting the coconut oil in the water bath. When the coconut fat is completely melted, add bee pollen and lucuma powder to the melted coconut fat. Stir.

Pour entire mixture into a form you dress with greaseproof paper. You decide how thick fudge you want. Put it in the refrigerator until it has set. Cut the caramels into pieces like before it hardens so that it is easier to break the pieces.

Caramels last long in the fridge .. but it depends if you manage to leave the stand. They are really good!