Banana and Raw Nut Butter - Grab a banana, a jar of your favorite nut butter, a spoon, and spread.
Devine! Ambrosia - Almond mylk, chopped avocado, berries, chopped apple, chopped orange, pumpkin seeds, raw honey, and shredded coconut. Mix in a bowl and enjoy.
Avocado and Honey - Cut an avocado in half, skin it, and pour honey over it. Yum, yum, yum…
Thick Shake - Cup of Almond mylk, half of an avocado, and banana. Wow!
Figs and Olives - 5 dried figs, and small bowl of Greek olives. Molto bene!
"Chocolate" Pudding - 1 Avocado, 2 Tbs. raw carob powder, and a big scoop of raw honey. Whip it up and enjoy each creamy mouth full!
Ahhhhh-Almond - Jar of raw almond butter and a spoon. It's that simple.
Cherimoya Blues - If you're feeling down, eat one of these. If you don't know what a cherimoya is, find out. Also try it whipped in a blender with an avocado.
Date Crunch - Pitted Dates and Almonds. Stuff the date with the almonds and munchidy, crunch, crunch.
Banana Crème - Mash a banana and avocado together, or put it in a blender.
Just Eat An Apple - When all else fails one of the best things one can do is eat an apple.
Ice Cream - One avocado, two frozen bananas, and a blender. Cut the bananas into small pieces before placing them in the blender
Creamy Crunch - Two stalks of celery and your favorite raw nut butter. Spread it in the valley
Fudge - 1 avocado, 2 Tbs. of coconut butter. 1 cup of blueberries, 1 Tbs. of raw honey, and 3 Tbs. of Carob powder. Blend! Refrigerate for 3 hours for a hard fudge.
Three-Minute Burrito - One avocado, Romaine lettuce leaves, chopped tomato, juice of one lemon, chopped onion, chopped garlic, dash of cumin, dash chili powder, and pinch of cayenne and salt. Mash avocado in a bowl and mix in lemon juice, garlic, cumin, chili powder, cayenne, and salt. Wrap avocado mixture with tomatoes and onions in the romaine lettuce leaves.
Two-Minute Guacamole - One avocado, one clove of garlic chopped, half a red onion chopped, the juice of one lemon, one tsp cumin, one tsp coriander, pinch of cayenne, and salt. Mash in a bowl with a fork. - Use the Two minute guacamole to stuff tomatoes, peppers, portabello mushrooms, add it to salads, or just use it as a dip.