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  1. Mom

    Beautiful pictures and a luscious-looking & healthy dessert for this weekend. Mmm

  2. kate

    I love berries and have been obsessed with local strawberries lately, this looks great!

  3. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    That is gorgeous! Fresh berries are the best dessert for a hot summer.

  4. Libbi

    Making this for me for tomorrow!!

    1. Libbi

      Just made this…amazing!! Don’t you just love “accidents” :)! Happy 4th!

  5. Noelle

    Yum! That cream sounds delicious!

  6. Jessica @ Dairy Free Betty

    Sounds yummy!!! 🙂

    Sorry I didn’t get back to you re: the recipe testing. I just found out I got a 2nd part time job for this summer so I’m going to have less time than I imagined!

  7. GirlonRaw

    Oh yum and you’ve even got the red white and blue! Happy Independence say honey 🙂

  8. Lindsey Beller

    Awesome, Amber! That looks sooo yummy! I’m gonna try it! Happy 4th, lovely lady!

  9. rawkinmom

    YAY!!! This is perfect for tomorrow and I have all of the ingredients I need!!!

  10. Hannah

    Happy my grandma’s birthday to you too! 😛 Thank you for the coconut oil vs butter tip – one day, hopefully, we’ll have coconut butter in Australia! I also love the flecks of vanilla seeds in your cream – always know dessert is going to be good when you see real vanilla. 🙂

    Hope you and Matt had a wonderful weekend, wherever you had gallivanted off to! xoxo

  11. Serena (Green Beans & Jam)

    I love cashew cream. 🙂 Berries & cream is such a classic…and so delicious. 🙂

  12. shannonmarie (rawdorable)

    Berries and cream are always a treat. Happy 4th of July!

  13. bitt

    love those specks of vanilla. i love strawberries and blueberries and i’ll use any excuse to eat more of them.

  14. Madeleine

    Delishh! i’m trying to convert to raw this year, just as a goal to be kinder to myself, but my boyfriends dad’s birthday is coming up! and i didn’t want to leave myself out of the celebration, i’m making his favourite meringue cake with fresh berries and whip cream. since i’m going to vito out the meringue part and the whip cream, i wanted to find a whip cream substitute for my berries. if i don’t add the water, do you think i can whip up the mixture to be fluffy like traditional whip cream? even if i can’t, i’ll be mooreee than happy with this! im just going to sorely miss the fluffy creaminess of whip cream 🙁

    thanks amber!

  15. Ryoma Sakamoto

    Beautiful pictures and a luscious-looking & healthy dessert for this weekend.
    Japan is a favorite of the Japanese autumn now.
    I also love this season.
    Thank you. ARIGATOU.
    Ryoma Sakamoto.

  16. nouna

    Hello, I haven’t tried raw food recipes yet and was wondering..
    Is there a difference between a cream based on cashews and a cream based on sunflower seeds? As sunflowers seeds are cheaper, I was wondering if they could be a subsitute 🙂

  17. nouna

    Thank you!
    Maybe sunflower seed are best for salted recipes and cashews for sweet recipes?

  18. nouna

    I love rapadura!