Obsession. It’s more than just a Calvin Klein fragrance.
I just have one of those brains that latches onto something and won’t let go. So when I get obsessed with something… I go down that rabbit hole, big time.
You can make a raspberry powder in a similar way to making the beet powder: dehydrate and then grind. In this case, I skipped the juicing step, and just loaded the berries into my dehydrator. You could do this similarly with strawberries, but just cut them into slices first.
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Once you have the powder, you can use it to impart raspberry flavour to all kinds of things: brownies were the first thing that sprang to mind, but I also wanted to see if could make a Vegan Raspberry Meringues using aquafaba. And to make it extra pretty, I wanted to try making it a swirl. Turns out, it works great, and how pretty are these?
Vegan Raspberry Meringues
Recipe adapted from my cookbook: Aquafabulous!: 100+ Egg-Free Vegan Recipes Using Aquafaba)
- 1/3 cup aquafaba
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1/8 tsp xanthium gum
- 1 tbsp raspberry powder