Monday, September 27, 2010

Raw Soup for Breakfast

Today I opened up the refrigerator asking myself what I was going to make for breakfast. Staring back at me were my Brown Turkey Figs, fresh figs that is!! Over in the fruit bowl were my last two bananas. Originally I was going to simply slice them up with the bananas and eat them as is. But then I got the idea of making a hemp kream to serve on top. Well I changed my mind again and started creating this raw soup recipe in the food processor. The combination of the hemp, banana and Lucuma are fantastic. There are even more great components to the recipe so read here and see if you'd like to give it a try. This is by far my favorite raw soup so far!

















Kreamy Hemp Soup with Figs
(makes one serving)
by Elizabeth @ Raw Living and Learning

2 large organic bananas
squeeze of fresh lemon juice
1 T Lecithin Powder
1 t Lucuma Powder
1 t raw honey (optional)
1 tsp vanilla
pinch of sea salt
2 T Hemp Seeds
4 large Brown Turkey Figs, sliced (reserve for topping)

In a small food processor, process the bananas, lecithin, lemon juice, lucuma powder, honey, vanilla sea salt and hemp seeds until smooth and creamy. Pour soup into an individual soup bowl. Top with the sliced figs. Enjoy the goodness!

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3 comments:

Mr. H. said...

Because I love to cook and have eaten every vegetable that I can possibly grow in my area in every way that I can think of I have a pretty good sense of what things will taste like just by looking at the ingredients. Your food really throws me off though.:) What an interesting combination, it does sound good though...how can you go wrong with figs and bananas.

Elizabeth said...

Mr. H,
You really had me laughing. Thanks for the comment.
Peace,
Elizabeth

Cosmic said...

yum!
x

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