These, from Amber Shea.
I added the zest of about half an orange, as well as 2 TBS of the juice to brighten up all the flavors, and they were really, really good. Sunflower seeds don't appear often in bar recipes and it was very unique and healthy.
Also, these from Cupcakes and Kale.
You can see that they're a little less incorporated than most raw bars are. I actually had to double the amount of dates to get anything to stick together. Oh, I also blended the cacao nibs and goji berries in with the rest of the ingredients because as you can see I didn't form these into balls. That's mostly because I hate touching my food any more than necessary. I put the "doughs" in plastic wrap, wrap it up and pat it down to cut into slices later. They were still pretty good, despite me not actually liking goji berries much. This was the first time I used cacao nibs for anything and now I'm looking for more recipes to use 'em up in.
Oh, here's a not-raw treat that I didn't eat but baked for a co-worker's last day:
He calls himself "Black Rob" so I made the blackest cake I could: Chocolate cake with coffee and chocolate chips, chocolate-coffee icing. (And strawberries.)
That's pretty much all I've been up to; I'm sort of sick at looking at computer screens, which is why I haven't updated. Hope yr all well.