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  1. Angela

    Those look moist and fudgy. Mmm

  2. Hannah

    Or pecan milk, right? (Damn straight I read the comments here and am waiting for that post :P)

    However, real virtuosity is growing the plums yourself, drying them into prunes yourself, rehydrating them yourself, and making prune puree from scratch.

    *nose in air*

    (As I eat my distinctly non-homemade Italian torrone.)

  3. Aimee (I Tri To Be Me)

    Yummm! I’m definitely going to make those! 🙂

  4. Hillary

    Oh……yum!! And the perfect companion for when I just use a little tofu for salad!

  5. Amber Shea

    Hannah—Oh yes, the pecan milk is coming, never fear ;] And I suppose if I am to go to all the trouble of growing/drying/pureeing my own prunes, I ought to grind my own flour and press my own tofu while I’m at it…this is a dangerous slippery slope…

    Aimee—You’ll have to let me know if you try them!

    Hillary—Good point, this is a perfect way to use up a partial pack of tofu.

  6. Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga)

    how instrumental do you think that the 1/3 c flour is? I would simply omit it due to gluten status. I hate using GF flour b/c it’s so gritty! b/c 1/3 c really is not that much to omit.

    dates/date paste in lieu of baby food prune puree is another sub I plan to make. I have a 3 yr old. BAby food days are long behind me!

  7. kiyana

    can you use apple sauce instead of prunes ?