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Practically Raw Desserts [Kindle Edition]

Amber Shea Crawley

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 The Flexible New Way to Enjoy Raw Desserts!

 In this book, Chef Amber Shea revolutionizes raw desserts with easy substitutions and baking options. This innovative dessert cookbook is filled with recipes for scrumptious raw cakes, cookies, brownies, pies, puddings, candies, pastries, and frozen treats. The recipes are free of dairy, eggs, gluten, wheat, soy, corn, refined grains, refined sugars, yeast, starch, and other nutrient-poor ingredients and allow substitutions and variations for a non-raw kitchen. Many recipes are free of grains, oils, nuts, and added sugars as well.

 Ideal for beginners as well as seasoned raw foodists, the book is jam-packed with delicious, healthy-yet-indulgent treats that include: 
  • Confetti Birthday Cake
  • Pecan Shortbread Cookies
  • Baklava Blondies
  • Tuxedo Cheesecake Brownies
  • Deep-Dish Caramel Apple Pie
  • Cashew Butter Cups
  • Summer Fruit Pizza

 Several recipes include oven-baking options, and the rest of them are no-bake! This companion book to Practically Raw is filled with full-color photos throughout and provides nutritional data, pantry guide, tips, variations, substitutions, and helpful icons with each recipe. If you-re looking for delicious and vibrant dessert recipes with maximum flavor and nutrition, then you'll love Practically Raw Desserts.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Amber Shea Crawley, author of Practically Raw: Flexible Raw Recipes Anyone Can Make, is a chef and writer specializing in healthful vegan and raw food. She was trained in the art of gourmet living cuisine at the world-renowned Matthew Kenney Academy, graduating as a certified raw and vegan chef. She also earned her Nutrition Educator certification at the Living Light Culinary Arts Institute. Practically Raw Desserts is her second book.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 2103 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 224 Seiten
  • Verlag: Vegan Heritage Press, LLC (16. April 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00IN4M2G0
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This book is not going to be good for my waistline! :-) 5. April 2013
Von Leanne - Veröffentlicht auf
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One of my passions is collecting cookbooks, and since I have a notorious sweet tooth, I especially love books that focus on desserts! I also love exploring raw meals, and Amber's first cookbook Practically Raw: Flexible Raw Recipes Anyone Can Make is one of my absolute favorites. When I saw that she was coming out with a dessert book, I eagerly pre-ordered it -- and am definitely not disappointed!

Once of the things I love about this book (and Amber's previous one) is that she takes the time to educate you about certain ingredients -- what's good/nutritious about them and how they work in a recipe. She includes tables to help you determine things like how long to soak various kinds of nuts, and explains things like the difference between coconut oil and coconut butter.

After the introductory section, the first chapter focuses on how to make your own milks, butters, flours, and syrups. There are some seriously fantastic photos in here -- including a five-sequence shot of the inside of a food processor to show you what your nut butter consistency should be like.

What is also outstanding is how Amber gives ingredient substitution lists for most of the recipes, as well as instructions for how to make some of the items in an oven if you don't have a food dehydrator (which I don't). The substitution list is especially helpful if you have a hard time finding certain ingredients in your area.

Another great thing is that this book purposefully uses ingredients that you most likely already have on hand if you're using raw cookbooks. She makes a point of eschewing harder-to-find items like maca or lacuma powder, and instead uses things like nut butters and flours, fresh fruit, cacao powder, etc. If you don't have the nut butters, flours, or mylks at the ready, she also shows you how to easily make them.

The book is also 100% vegan, and doesn't use any honey.

Last night, after this arrived, I made the Almond Butter Melties. They came together in five minutes, and were delicious!

Whether your weakness is cookies, cakes, cobblers, puddings, ice creams, pies, or energy bars -- this book has it all! As I said in my review title, this book is going to be dangerous for my waistline, but it'll be so worth it! In all seriousness, though, the ingredients in all of the recipes are so healthy that eating dessert feels like you're doing something good for yourself!

UPDATE ON 4/6/13: I made two more recipes today -- and they came out delicious! I wanted to add two things to my review.

One is that this new book puts two-page recipes on facing pages, so you don't wind up having to turn the page to get the second half of a recipe. I'm so happy that they made this change, since Amber's first book didn't do this.

The second thing I wanted to add is that a lot of the cookies don't even have to be made in the oven or dehydrator; you can freeze them for a few hours.

I'm quickly becoming obsessed with all the yummy treats in this book!

UPDATE ON 4/10/13: Someone asked me in the comments section about the use of soy, nuts, and flours in this book, so I thought I'd add the info from my reply into my review so it's easier to see.

It looks like about 75% or so of the recipes use nuts, but I don't see any that call for soy products.

The main flours that she uses are coconut flour, cashew flour, and almond flour. The only one that she said you need to use the actual product for is coconut flour; you can sub other flours for the nut ones.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Sweet-tooth Heaven! 5. April 2013
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"Where to start?" That's exactly what I said after receiving and reading this book!
Amber has put so much information in this book and being new to eating raw...or healthy, I really appreciate the way she makes it so easy for me. In this book she is showing me/us how to make our own milks, butters & flours, not only in type but also with incredible pictures! So much to choose from!
And the recipes...cookies, bars, brownies, cakes, pies, candies, sauces....OMG! There are so many to choose from and with my sweet-tooth I may be in trouble!
I not only like how yummy the recipes sound and look but I also like that if I don't have what is called for in the recipe Amber helped out by giving us several alternatives we could use instead! Talk about making it easy on you! I've never seen that in any other cookbook and you know we all run out of things, try to make a recipe and say "Oh no" when it comes to that ingredient that you forgot to replace at the store. Now I know what alternative will work best and I don't have to stop in the middle of making something to run to the store! I think the only way she could have made it any easier for us is for her to have come with the book! LOL
The first recipe I went for was the Coconut Butter Fudge! Oh yeah! That is good! The only thing I did different was instead of cutting them into 9 pieces I cut them into I can have two and not feel guilty! Heehee, like I would really feel guilty...nothing in them to feel guilty about!
And that is another thing...growing up my sweet-tooth was fed sugar laden goodies..the more sugary goodies you eat the more you want...never a good thing! With these recipes the sweetness come's in a healtier form...dates, coconut nectar, fruit, maple syrup... and with the fruit's and nut's filling me up I don't feel that need for more...I feel my sweet-tooth is satisfied.
Ok, I can go on and on about how great this book is, how delicious the recipes are, how wonderfully written the book & how great the pictures are or how easy Amber has made it for us to chose healthy sweets to make and eat but... I have to get back to my book and decide what I am going to make next! Order this book for WON'T be disappointed! YUM!!!!!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Sweet Indulgence without the Guilt! 5. April 2013
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French silk pie for under 300 calories a slice? Is this real life?! I am so obsessed with this cookbook, because I can finally indulge my sweet tooth without straying from my healthy diet! This book sticks with the easy-to-follow format of Practically Raw, giving the reader options for baking or using a dehydrator for many recipes. When I received it, I was surprised at how many of the basic ingredients I already have on hand. Amber keeps things simple, but always delicious! From ice creams to cakes, there is something for every tastebud in this book, and you'll be introduced to a few new healthy ingredients along the way (for me - coconut flour). I highly recommend this book to anyone like me who loves dessert but doesn't want to pack on the pounds! Check out her first book, Practically Raw: Flexible Raw Recipes Anyone Can Make, for tons of savory options. Both of them have really helped me stay on track with my health and weight.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Easy & Delicious Raw Recipes... From a mom with no time and minimal food prep skills! 13. April 2013
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I am IN LOVE with both of Chef Amber's books, but am particularly pleased with the variety, versatility, and ease of the recipes in the dessert book. I am a mother of a 3 year old and a 3 month old and yet have found no problem in my day to find time to whip up some delish treats from the book. It's a life saver to me as a self-proclaimed chocoholic who had to go 100% dairy free when I realized my baby was sensitive to it in my breastmilk. Even better, my toddler LOVES every dessert I've made so far which means more good ingredients going into her little body instead of artificial, chemical, sugary junk.
Thank you Chef Amber for making both books so easy and welcoming to the world of raw food! It has truly turned around my health and gives me joy to be in the kitchen each day!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A raw cookbook for the masses! 4. Mai 2013
Von bookwormbethie - Veröffentlicht auf
disclosure: I received a review copy from the publisher

The first thing that stands out about Practically Raw Desserts by Amber Shea Crawley is that it is a gorgeous, well-organized cookbook. There are TONS of food photos. In fact, I think nearly every recipe has an accompanying photo! The book is soft cover with high quality glossy pages. Recipes are 1 per page so there is no awkward page turning or book handling if you use a cookbook holder while you cook/bake. The book is well-organized too with an extensive table of contents with every recipe listed in each chapter -- and the chapters have such fun names like "A girl walks into a bar" for the bars, brownies, and blondies chapter.

But aside from the obvious you see at first glance, when you sit down with the cookbook and begin to read it, you can tell that Amber really put a lot of thought into this book to make "raw" seem as normal as possible and accessible to anyone, not matter what their diet is. For example, the majority of the recipes feature tons of variations and substitutes for those of us with food allergies. Even though this is a raw cookbook, Amber provides instructions on how to dehydrate, bake, freeze, etc... her desserts too. All these little extras really show that Amber is passionate about raw desserts (and the raw diet in general, she has another cookbook too) and wants to make her recipes approachable and accessible to as many people as possible.
Personally, I developed an adult allergy to peanuts + all tree nuts so I thought it was super duper awesome that Amber has a recipe to make sunflower! Yup, it's a flour made from sunflower seeds that can be substituted for any nut-based flour. And nope, it does not have to be made in a Vitamix!

Recipes on my to-make list that don't call for any specialty ingredients include chocolate chunk cookies, chewy oatmeal raisin cookies, and devil's food cupcakes. Of course there are so many more, but these were a few that stood out to me right away!

Although Amber's cookbook is user-friendly with lots of tips and approachable recipes, some ingredients may be hard to find and/or expensive. The only ingredient that Amber said cannot be substituted is coconut flour. I saw coconut flour at my natural foods store, I forget the brand and size of the bag, but it was at least $12 so I just kept walking on by.

There are some recipes that do contain lots of nuts that just can't be replaced with sunflower seeds or another seed. So for those of us with peanut + treenut allergies can't make these recipes. However, the majority of the recipes can be used with substitutions!
I would recommend this raw dessert cookbook to anyone who is curious about the raw diet. Amber's introduction is written so well and in such friendly tone of voice. She explains what each ingredient is and its health benefits.
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