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I have been perusing RFR for a while now, but haven't posted a blog yet.  What made me decide to write one?  My new favorite thing!

After getting in from grocery shopping I started setting up all these things I got to soak.  Some wheatberries for rejuvelac, flax seeds for crackers, buckwheat for crunchies, and a few more things.  I got so caught up in all the prep work that  I didn't realize until just now I was starving!  My juice from this morning was long gone and my stomach was rumbling.

As I said, I just went shopping so I had a vast array of choices, too many in fact.   I had no idea what to eat, I had too many options to decide on just one thing.

Enter Raw Food Rehab.

I came on and hopped around the kitchen a bit when I came across an avocado yogurt.   It had two ingredients and took as long to make as it would to blend it up.   Sold.

Of course I couldn't leave well enough alone so I changed it a bit, but what resulted tastes so good I had to share!

What I used:

1 avocado

2 medium bananas

1/2 cup mixed berries (i used a frozen blend)

2 tsp ground flax seed mixed with two Tspn fresh water

drizzle of honey if needed

What I did:

In the food processor blend the avocado and bananas until smooth.  Taste.   Get super excited.

Add berries and blend again.  Realize all that liquid thinned out your yogurt a bit.  Take another bite while you decide what to do.

Add flax seed and water as a thickener, and the tiniest drizzle of honey to sweeten it.

Pour in your favorite bowl.

You could probably garnish it with any number of things: nuts, fresh berries, some fresh grated coconut would be good.

I had no time for such things, and gobbled it all down.

Maybe I licked the bowl.


I'm really glad avocados were on sale and that there's a few more in my fruit bowl.  I feel like with the avocado/banana base this could be such a versitile recipie, and I'm sure I'll play around with it some more!


Happy not cooking!

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Comment by Heather L.O.V.E. on December 20, 2010 at 4:40pm

Yummm!  This sounds amazing!

Comment by Suze on December 18, 2010 at 11:19pm

@ Raven, I ground the flax seeds and then let them sit in the water for maybe two minutes before adding it in.  They soak up the water pretty quickly.

@veganforlife, it was your post I saw that inspired this deliciousness.  I did get to throw in  a few frozen strawberries, but just avocado and fresh strawberries sounds ha-mazing!

@Ayn,  it is!  try it!

Comment by Ayn on December 18, 2010 at 7:47pm

OOOO, that sounds really good!

Comment by Betty Scott on December 18, 2010 at 7:21pm

This sounds great!  Thanks for sharing it.

Comment by Vegan♥for♥Life on December 18, 2010 at 6:51pm

mmmmm! YEAH! I love  avo yogurt - I use straight up strawberries and avos - and a smidgeon of agave. SO good...HERE (scroll down about half the page)

Comment by Raven Taylor on December 18, 2010 at 4:45pm

sounds wonderful and something I am going to try for breakfast tomorrow... if I can wait that long...


??? - did you soak the flax seed before putting it into the mixture???


:  ) Raven

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