Cashew Ambrosia Salad



The Vegan Stoner's Cashew Ambrosia Salad

25 comments:

modconned said...

Sounds delicious, and the illustrations are so cute to boot!

Luisa Piva said...

yes.. likes very deliciuos! to do.. NOW!
kisses

DeborahK said...

LOVE Vegan Stoner, but how many servings are per recipe? Is it for 4 or 2 people?

I'm confused because I don't see it written anywhere!

Grace @ FoodFitnessFreshAir.com said...

I love how silky this looks. As always, wonderful illustrations!

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Deborah, thanks for the feedback.

Most of our recipes feed 2 people. If each person has a cup of fruit then this one works out the same way.

Linda said...

OMG. This Page is so wonderful!

The Peace Patch said...

Superyumfulness! I want to put a little vegan marshmallow on top, just for old times sake. :)

Lindsay said...

weuw! that looks AWESOME!!!! also just wanted to say that i love love LOVE the vegan stoner and the sick illustrations!

Nithya Naveen said...

Really love your illustration.. Very unique..

Carmen Varner said...

Yum yum yum! Soy High. Love it!

☯ Carmen

Jenny Bradley said...

My family's ambrosia was MY FAVORITE at the holiday meal table and I haven't know what to do to substitute the Cool Whip. It' been a huge bummer for me. Your cashew cream sounds delightful and I can't wait to try it out! Thank you!

Debby Sunshine@veganamericanprincess said...

I would love to throw some Sweet 'n Sara marshmallows into that Ambrosia to make it like the authentic stuff of days long ago.

Lucie said...

Your blog is the cutest thing Ive seen all week....Im defiantly going to try out some recipes!

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Jennifer said...

Made this tonight but used coconut milk instead of soy. That junk was delicious!

Anonymous said...

omg I have all of the ingredients so clearly I have to make this tomorrow night. I can't wait <3333

Anonymous said...

Great blog! More recipes!

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to more recipes. :)

Beverlee Kline said...

Blend cashews by hand or in blender?

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Beverlee, thanks for the question. We did indeed blend the cashews in a blender. We just updated Step 2 of the recipe to clarify.

yung@foodyoo.com said...

I love this recipe very much. It just like a dessert, guess I can serve it chilled. Use cashews blend with soya milk, very rare and special combination, guess really nice. And I really like your blog presentations, very cute, simple and clear. :)

MadInGlasvegas said...

Making it today for couple of friends. Couldn't wait for them to come so ended up making wee batch just for myself :) Added some broken ryvita in the mix thinking it could be my cranachan replacement. And IT IS! Yum Thank you for cute blog lovely recipes and making my day in general.

Anonymous said...

This looks amazing! Could I use chopped dates or applesauce in place of agave nectar?

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous. Dates and applesauce both sound like good ideas. I'd probably try the dates first and add a little extra soymilk if it gets too chunky.

Anonymous said...

What about Almond Milk in place of Soy Milk?

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous,

Any type of milk alternative would work.

Hope this helps.

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