Over the weekend I made an epic version of raw vegan everything bagels with “cream cheese”, only these have no dairy and are not cooked! Being creative with food and doing so in a healthy manner is such a joy of mine.
Enjoy this lovely recipe and write your comments below.
Raw Bagel and Cream Cheese Recipe
Mock Cream Cheese
3/4 cup organic cashews
3 packs coconut meat (inner eco frozen)
1-3 tsp freeze dried miso powder (health ranger miso)
Sea Salt to Taste
Apple Cider Vinegar just to blend
3 scoops puradyme probiotics (for good measure I made this a cultured cream cheese) -optional
**If you need more liquid try blending in a small amount of clean water
Blend your ingredients in a high performance blender until smooth. Let sit on counter if you are culturing or put in refrigerator until ready to smear bagels.
3 cups fresh organic raw ground flax seed
1 cup raw organic almonds
1 cup sunflower seeds
1 cup oil (1/2 pumpkin, 1/4 hemp and 1/4 mct oil) – You can use whatever works for you
1 to 2 carrots
1 large red bell pepper
1/4 – 1/2 of an onion
3 cloves garlic
1/2 cup of Fresh herbs of your choice ( I used thyme and oregano) – chopped well
Dried onion flakes, sesame seeds, black sesame seeds (for topping the bagels)
First soak your almonds over night. In the morning set them on a dehydrator tray for several hours until dried thoroughly. Then grind them into a flour.
Mix the ground flax, sunflower and almond flours.
Then in a blender add all ingredients except your fresh herbs. Add these at the end and mix in well. Then take a 1/4 cup and make round bagels and incorporate a whole in the center. Then sprinkle on the onion flakes and seeds or any other topping you desire.
Dehydrate for 15 hours at 105 degrees.
This makes for the illusion of a toasted bagel. It’s warm in the inside and slightly crunchy on the outside.
Do your best to time it so they are just coming out of the dehydrator when you are about to serve. Put cream cheese on the counter for a couple hours before hand to whip and easily top the bagels.
If you loved this recipe learn more about raw cultured foods in this post: https://dodhisattva.com/living-plant-based-enzyme-rich-cultured-foods/