Raw & Sweet Pili-Nut-Treats

web-pili-nutbutter-covered-strawberriesCHOCOLATE COVERED STRAWBERRIES

1 jar of DIVINE ORGANICS Pili Nut Butter (room temperature or warmer)
fresh ripe Strawberries

Pili nut butter is very satisfying, silky smooth at room temperature, just dip in the berries!




web-pili-nut-clustersPILI NUT CANDY

1 jar of DIVINE ORGANICS Pili Nut Butter (room temperature or warmer)
1 bag of DIVINE ORGANICS Pili Nuts

In a bowl mix the Pili Nut Butter with the Pili Nuts. Spoon small heaps on a baking tray and chill.




web-pili-chocolate-fudge-on-ice-creamPILI NUT FUDGE ON ICE-CREAM

1 jar of DIVINE ORGANICS Pili Nut Butter (room temperature or warmer)
ice cream of your choice





These recipes were posted by Pam Raikos, all credit for the super easy ideas goes to her! http://www.examiner.com/review/when-you-re-craving-chocolate



pili nuts, chia seeds, raw food crackers
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Dehydrator: 104F/ total time – approx 16 hours

1 cup chia seeds
3 cups water
3/4 cup pili nuts, chopped
1/2 cup dried cranberries (or gojiberries) chopped
1/4 cup cacao nibs
1/4 tsp pink Himalayan sea salt
1 Tbsp Coconut Blossom Nectar
pinch of Cinammon

Combine chia seeds and water in a big bowl and stir. Let set till slightly gelatinous. Stir again. Add remaining ingredients and mix well.
Spread evenly over lined dehydrator tray(s). Dehydrate on 104F degrees for about 1-2 hours.
Score the mixture for cracker shapes. Dehydrate another 3-4 hours.
To flip over: Place a dehydrator tray with mesh screen over top and flip. Remove liner and tray, and place tray with flipped chia mixture back in dehydrator.
Dry for another 4-8 hours or more until crackers are desired texture. Cool, break apart and eat. Store them in an air tight container. These crackers won’t last very long at all!

This recipe was created by https://rawrifficfood.wordpress.com/ and we give you all credit for it. These crackers are very tasty!


Summer Nuts

nuts for the hot season
Warm weather can help us create new nutritional habits. Everything is delivered by mother nature fresh: all the wonderful fruits, greens and veggies. It is a great time to go for salads, veggie smoothies, and enhance a boring diet with fruit salads.

The cooling qualities in leafy greens and fruits refresh the body and mind, it is much easier to flush out toxins and extra pounds than in the cold season.

One question often asked: HOW ABOUT NUTS DURING THE HOT SEASON? 

Nuts are valuable source of plant protein, minerals and vitamins. A handful a day would be a great suggestion as daily intake– and this handful of nuts per day can be consumed as hydrating and nourishing nutmilks, in raw cremes, sweet or savory. But over-consumption will do not good: despite to all healthy benefits, Nuts can make us feel heavy and sluggish, and we learn by experience that nuts are much harder to digest compared to proteins from fresh greens.

During the sommer months we want to keep our digestion extra light and choose refreshing foods, so we picked these four nuts, which will keep you healthy nourished, light and refreshed:


Divine Organics AlmondsThe delicately flavorful and versatile almond is available throughout the year. Almonds make a healthy and tasty snack, a classy nutmilk, yummy nutbutter, an addition to smoothies, ice creams, raw sweet and savory dishes. During the hot season make sure you consume raw almonds instead of roasted (and often salted) ones, you may sprout and dehydrate them if you wish; use raw almonds in nutmilk and other preparations — in this way the almonds will keep the body temperature neutral. Almonds are rich in Calcium, Iron and Magnesium and our number 1 choice of summer nuts.


Divine Organics Turkish HazelnutsHazelnuts,also called Filberts, are rich in B vitamins, Vitamin E and Manganese. Consumption of raw Hazelnuts, when snacked straight from the bag or processed to nutmilks, will let us feel light. Hazelnuts keep the body temperature neutral and all extra energy can go into fun outdoor activities and sports without slowing us down anywhere.

Therefore we choose Hazelnuts as our number 2 summer nut.


macadamia-nutsThe sweet, refreshing macadamia nuts are brimming with essential minerals, vitamins and heart-friendly mono-unsaturated fatty acids. Additionally they provide selenium. Selenium is a cardio-protective micro-mineral which is not so easy to get in regular diet. Because the Hawaiian Macadamia Nut is the most delicious of its kind and makes us think of flower garlands and white beaches, we decided to make it to summer nut #3.


Divine Organics Raw CashewsCashews are thermal cooling. This is one reason that over-consumption of cashew nuts in the cold season can cause diarrhea or digestion problems. During the summer our body can deal with the cooling quality and their acidity. And because cashew nuts are so versatile in making raw cremes, raw ice creams, raw cheese and pastry, we voted Cashews to our number 3 summer nut. Just make sure you eat them raw and organic.


Divine Organics Pili Nuts in a bowPili Nuts are still relatively unknown in the States, people are always positively surprised how delicious the soft kernel is when snacked for the first time.

Pilis are a rich source of heart healthy omegas, which play an important role in brain function and may aid in the prevention of cardiovascular disease. They contain all 8 essential amino acids which is vital for healthy muscles, healthy bones and skin, brain balance, liver detoxification, and nerve cell health. Pili Nuts should be consumed raw and they will add their refreshing quality on hot summer days.




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1 cup of fresh blueberries, washed
1 Banana, cut in tiny pieces
1 TSP DIVINE ORGANICS Blue-Green Spirulina Powder
1 TSP Water

Cut the Banana into small pieces, add water, add the Spirulina Powder and stir well, add the blueberries, stir again, add the Tocos Plus, stir and serve. This bowl is a wonderful breakfast or a full meal and it can be, hands down, described as a natural powerhouse made from real true foods.


3 Essential Benefits of Blueberries

  • Sweet, juicy blueberries are rich in pro-anthocyanin,  which is the antioxidant of the blue pigment in the skin. 100 g fresh berries provide only 57 calories, however, they  are amongst the highest anti-oxidant value fruits. Altogether, the phyto-chemical compounds in the blueberry help rid off harmful oxygen-derived free radicals from the body. ORAC of 100 g fresh blueberry is 5562 TE. 
  • Further, research studies suggest that chlorogenic acid in blueberries may help lower blood sugar levels and may control blood-glucose levels in type-II diabetes mellitus condition.
  • High in Manganese, Copper and Iron which is necessary in the process of formation and production for red blood cells.

Divine Organics Inka Spirulina
3 Essential Benefits of Spirulina

  • Highly alkalizing and energizing superfood
  • complete nutritional plant protein
  • Detoxifying and cell rejuvenating

3 (Plus) Benefits of Tocos Plus

  • The delicious and natural sweet powder contains a full-spectrum of E vitamins.
  • Over 100 additional antioxidants create a powerhouse of fully bioavailable nutrients.
  • Tocos Plus are one of the top named nutrient dense superfoods which also contain naturally occurring Vitamin A (Beta Carotene), Vitamin B1 (Thiamin), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Folic Acid, Biotin, Choline, and Inositol, Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Iron, Zinc, Manganese, Copper, Iodine and other trace minerals.

And Banana :) :) :)


Raw Gluten-free Honey Almond Bread

gluten free almond breadIngredients:

2 cups of DIVINE ORGANICS raw Almond Flour
2 cups organic buckwheat flour
½ cup DIVINE ORGANICS Chia Seeds, ground into a meal (measure first then grind)
½ cup DIVINE ORGANICS Irish Moss gel (recipe below)
1 teaspoon DIVINE ORGANICS Himalayan salt
2 tablespoons honey
1 ½ tablespoon lemon juice
½ cup water


  • Place all dry ingredients in a medium bowl.
  • Add water, Irish moss paste, honey, and lemon and mix together using wooden spoon. Hand fold the batter, making sure everything is well combined.
  • Remove the dough onto the paraflex sheet that comes with your dehydrator.  If you do not have a dehydrator, put in oven on warm of the lowest setting.
  • Shape the dough into the size of loaf that you want.
  • Brush honey on top of the bread.
  • Mark lines diagonally with a knife.
  • Dehydrate at 145 degrees for 2 hours, then lower to 115 degrees and dehydrate for 12 hours.  If you are using an oven, set it to the lowest setting leave the door ajar for 8 to12 hours.

Remove from dehydrator or oven, cool, slice and store covered in refrigerator for up to a month.

watch it on youtube:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3wr1QHxJ9k


irish moss soaked


½ Cup Divine Organics Irish Moss
¾ Cups Water


  • Soak 1/2 cup Divine Organics Irish Moss in bowl full of water and rinse very well, then let sit..
  • Pick out any brown parts and rinse very well for another time time before blending The Irish Moss has absorbed a lot of water, and it is easier to clean off sand or other  seaweed which might be entangled.
  • Blend 1 1/2 cups hydrated (soaked) moss with 3/4 cup water in a high speed blender.
  • Place in glass bowl in refrigerator for storage.
  • 3/4 cup dry moss will yield 3 cups soaked moss.

Irish moss paste will last in the refrigerator for a at least 10 days.

watch it on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Djom9-EqqEE

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Low glycemic raw Mulberry Shortbread Cookies

raw and low glycemic Mulberry Shortbread Cookies served on a plate


16oz cups DIVINE ORGANICS raw cashews
7oz cup DIVINE ORGANICS White Mulberries
½ teaspoon ROYAL HIMALAYAN Crystal salt
2 tablespoon DIVINE ORGANICS Lucuma powder
1 teaspoon DIVINE ORGANICS Raw ground Vanilla
2 tablespoons DIVINE ORGANICS Coconut Crystals
¼ cup DIVINE ORGANICS Raw Virgin Coconut oil melted

Place raw cashews in food processor fitted with s-blade and process until a fine meal.  Vincent van Gogh, Mulberry treeAdd mulberries and continue to process to a fine meal.  Add remaining dry ingredients and pulse to mix and then slowly drizzle melted coconut oil into meal until dough forms and sticks together.

Place dough into 9” springform pan and press evenly and gently down to mold.  Remove from springform pan and cut into triangles.

Place in refrigerator to cool and to harden the coconut oil then serve and enjoy!

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(picture: Vincent van Gogh – Mulberry tree)

Mexican Chocolate Tart

This divinely raw tart is uncooked created gluten-free and without dairy, eggs or wheat and is made solely with most of DIVINE ORGANICS SUPERFOODS. The crust is rich, flakey and delicate and the mousse made of Pili Nuts, Coconut oil and Maple Syrup, create a magical taste of a rich dark chocolate middle where no chocolate has actually been used. With just a hint of Cinnamon, this makes a south of the border treat that everyone will love and is quite easy to make . Thank you Diana Stobo for sharing your creativity!

a slice of Mexican Raw Chocolate Tart

Cacao Graham Cracker Crust

1 1/4 cups raw walnuts
1 cup DIVINE ORGANICS Coconut Crystals
¾ cup DIVINE ORGANICS Raw Cacao Nibs
1 cup raisins/cranberries
1/8 teaspoon ROYAL HIMALAYAN Pink Crystal Salt

Place all ingredients in processor fitted with an s-blade and process until all is finely ground and begins to stick together. Do not over-process. Transfer crust mixture into a 9” round or rectangular tart pan. Spread evenly and press down with hands to compact and bring the crust up the sides.



2 cups DIVINE ORGANICS Polynesian Pili Nuts
½ cup DIVINE ORGANICS Virgin Organic Coconut Oil
½ cup Maple syrup
1 teaspoon Cinnamon

Place all ingredients into a high-speed blender and blend on high until creamy and smooth.  You may need to use a plunger to get best consistency. Once the consistency is smooth, spread filling evenly over crust and for best results, place in refrigerator for 20 minutes to set.

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