Sweet Giveaway, Raspberry Moonie Recipe, and Weekend Activities

This is a bit of a random post. Lots of tidbits to share! There was some good feedback on Friday's Sweet Tooth. Chia pudding appears to be a hit, so I'll feature it again this week. It didn't even occur to me that blending the chia is a new thing for some of you. Yup, if you don't like that tapioca/fish egg texture, simply blend the mixture until smooth.

How was your weekend? We got into some fun festivities over here! On Friday, Philip and I went to Alex Ortner's house - the creator of Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days. For those of you who haven't check out this documentary, I highly recommend. It's so touching that I cried a bunch of times throughout the film.

Philip and I made an apple raspberry pie on camera which will be on Alex's site in a few weeks. It was super fun - the best part was digging in at the end! A few other fabulous people were visiting too - David Wolfe, Frank Giglio (who I met at The Tree of Life 2 years ago), and his wife Camille.

Yesterday Philip and I went to a state park in the area for a picnic and afternoon of reading in the sun, with a temperature of 31C (HOT) - the most summery day yet. The only downfall was that I got a sunburn on my left side, but hey, it's about time my body saw the sun again. We went for a super long, sweaty walk this afternoon, oh how I love hot weather!

Chocolate Giveaway!

This morning was choccie filled, kitchie time for me - I was dipping moonie pies! Last week I made a small batch of un-dipped raspberry, vanilla, and mint moonies in preparation for my moonie swap with challenge winner, Lisa. We were supposed to meet up in NYC next Friday to do the trade, however plans have changed, so it won't be happening. Instead she's going to send her pies to me, and I'll send her some goodies when I get back to Canada. 

Raspberry Moonie Recipe

I felt it was time to create a BERRY moonie, so the raspberry moonie was born. These are soooo good, and make a great addition to your moonie repertoire if you've got the recipes. I'm bummed because I didn't write it down, BUT, I did measure, so if my memory serves me correctly:
-I blended 1 cup of  frozen raspberries (thawed, but measure when they're still frozen), into the vanilla filling. 
-I added a little cardamom but not enough that the flavor jumps out too much - it's more of an undertone (totally optional). 
-I also folded about 1/2 cup frozen rapsberries into the liquid filling before chilling it. Then you get the nice bits of dark red swirled throughout the pink filling. 

Now I've got a few extra pies hanging around. Oh, what to do?! Besides Philip and I enjoying them, I'd like to send out 2 moonies for a giveaway! Hopefully the good lord allows for a chillier day this week and they will ship without melting (I'll be sure to pack them with ice).

To Enter:
-Leave a comment below, letting me know why I should send YOU the moonies - your answer can be funny, sappy....
-Remember to leave your email addy or website (in my last giveaway, a number of people forgot to leave this info).
-Become a fan of Sweetly Raw on Facebook!
-Entry deadline: Tuesday May 4, by 10pm - that's right, this is a quickie! Enter fast!
-I will email the winner Tuesday night, and require your address by Wednesday morning (check your email - a past winner didn't get back to me and I had to pick a new one) - your moonies will be in the mail that afternoon and you'll have em by the weekend!

How's your cake planning going for The Ultimate Raw Ice Cream Cake Challenge?

Remember, the first cake entry will receive one of Philip's ebooks, of choice! I never addressed this in the contest page, but, YES, you can enter as many cakes as you want in the contest and they'll be judged separately, just as I did with the moonies.

Cheers to the sweet life! Have a great Sunday evening! 
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  1. May 2, 2010 at 21:49

    Your site is such an inspiration to someone who is just starting out with raw foods. I'll be heading to some training in June though!<br /><br />I'd love to win just to try out a great new raw dessert. <br /><br />Thanks for posting

  2. May 2, 2010 at 21:57

    I would LOVE to win these moonies simply because I want to transition into a healthier and happier lifestyle and state of mind that still allows me to have dessert! I've always been in love (borderline obsessed) with sweets. What can I say? I wake up in the morning thinking about red velvet cupcakes and macarons and go to sleep hoping to dream about tiramisu and pumpkie pie. There's something incredibly nostalgic and warm about desserts that can simultaneously take you back to happy times with loved ones and make you feel the possibility of better things in the future. The catch is of course most mainstream desserts are laden with chemicals that are just not good for us. <br /><br />For the past 2 years, I've experimented with raw foods and I love the energy and clarity it gives me, but somehow desserts always seems to be my downfall. Finally, I had to give up on sweets all together. <br /><br />It's been 6 months and I am in the process of trying to start reincorporating sweets back into my life because honestly, life is too short to not enjoy the things that make you happy. I'm just trying to do it responsibly this time and I think trying your moonies would be a great way to start rebuilding my relationship with one of the greatest loves of my life, sweets! Also, how can you not want to win a dessert called moonies????

  3. May 2, 2010 at 21:58

    hey heathy! funny you made raspberry moonies because i made a raspberry ice cream cake this weekend! it was AMAZING! buckwheat crunchies... omg... genius! will post the pictures soon. <br /><br />i'd love to win the moonies because i've been on a raspberry kick. love 'em! and of course it would be awesome to try any raw sweet made by you!=)

  4. May 2, 2010 at 21:59

    I want to win !<br /><br />Why?<br /><br />Because I'm hungry.<br /><br />But more seriously, because I had severe problems with binge eating for almost my entire life and only recently am recovering. I always binged on supersweet processed desserts, because eating desserts made me feel special, valued, loved. Since recovering from the most serious parts of compulsion, I've begun to eat healthier and better than ever before, but still desserts tempt me and sometimes ruin (ironically) my day when I eat one cookie and then can't stop myself from eating the whole bag (even if they're vegan and organic!). Just this year I've discovered raw food and even better, raw desserts, and I'm so glad I can have a healthy dessert that I don't even feel like binging on. :)

  5. May 2, 2010 at 22:12

    Don't forget to send me your address so I can put my moonies in the post when I get to NYC. I really hope you like them The raspberry filling looks incredible.<br /><br />I'm so glad you've had such a great time in new york, having fun with friends, being creative in the kitchen and enjoying moments with Philip. Safe travels home.<br /><br />xo<br />Lisa

  6. May 2, 2010 at 22:15

    I have one reason why I should win: Pregnancy! LOL! I've been craving these since you started this phenomenon! :)

  7. May 2, 2010 at 22:17

    Love the picture and I hope I don't get in trouble for saying this but I think you and Philip really stick out in the bunch as gorgeous! Must be love and moon pies. :-)<br /><br />Oh please send me one!<br /><br />bittofraw@gmail.com<br /><br />Well, I think you should send me one because I am a huge fan and I've read your blog shortly after I started eating raw foods. I've made lots of your recipes but never had the chance to eat anything made from you. So I guess I am going for the "I'm your biggest fan" plea here. <br /><br />Plus my husband will be away next week so for once I won't have to share. :-)

  8. May 2, 2010 at 22:23

    I think it would be really cool to win these and when you send them, you will know they where destined to come our way because the street we live on is called Moon. It's kinda cool to be living on the moon, lol!!

  9. May 2, 2010 at 22:29

    Hi Heather! Your moonies look AWESOME!!! ANd personally, I would love to win them because they are very similar to one of my own moon pie entries, just with it all mixed in. Also, I really love raspberries. They are definitely my favorite fruit. Plus, I really want to taste your moonies! I want to try them SO bad, that I made 3 moon pie entries, and I even made a fourth entry, but never got to dip it in time because I ran out of cacao powder, and my shipment of it was late. <br /><br />ANyways, I can't wait to make one of your ice cream cakes. These are my absolute favorite!

  10. May 2, 2010 at 22:30

    Hey Heather, I'd love to win a Moonie Pie only because I'd never heard of them (the non-raw version that is) at all until I read your blog! It's probably a good thing I missed out from the unhealthy version, but I'd love to try the good kind :)<br /><br />Thanks for the giveaway!

  11. May 2, 2010 at 22:30

    Oh, and my email is lkgervitz@yahoo.com. Sorry I forgot to write this.

  12. May 2, 2010 at 22:33

    And I forgot to add that my birthday was yesterday! So, it would be a wonderful present! :)

  13. May 2, 2010 at 22:53

    When I was a fat little child (around 10-11), struggling with the addictions of precious junk food, I would ride my bike through the mobile home park behind my house to the nearest Chevron, with a few dollars of my allowance in my pocket. After I would park my bike, I would go inside and marvel at all of the "goodies" I could pick from. I would usually go over to the fridge section and get a Frappaccino (remember, I'm only TEN!) and then I would waddle over to the little packaged baked "goods". I would lovingly look at the MoonPies and imagine them so fluffly and delicious. I loved all of the flavors, but when I saw a banana one, I went wild! I was so excited for the different flavor. Sometimes I would take them home and microwave them (the horror!), or just eat them straight. Then, of course, I would be sad I didn't have more to eat. <br /><br />I'm now almost 23, and I have come so far from this type of scenario, and the fat little child that still lives inside of me in memory can rejoice at eating something that is reminiscent of a treat I would love that once was bad, but is now made raw, healthy, and with love. <3<br /><br />JennaBear<br />duodenum at gmail dot com

  14. Anonymous
    May 2, 2010 at 22:56

    I think I should win the moonies because I fell in love with a guy with the name Moonie. He got away, so I need an equally sweet replacement!

  15. Erin in upstate NY
    May 2, 2010 at 23:18

    I should win because I'll be juice feasting here soon and moonie pies would be a fantastic kick off! And I can't remember the last time I won something.<br /><br />Besides that, if you decide to pick me I promise I'll savor every bite! And be very grateful. They look divine!<br /><br />Thank you!!! <br />(erinclemz@yahoo.com)

  16. May 2, 2010 at 23:21

    Heather! Here are the entries for the moonie pies from me, my brothers, and sister.<br /><br />Elijah (the youngest): I deserve them because I barely get stuff.<br /><br />Nate: I deserve them because I'm awesome. And we need 8 moonie pies!<br /><br />Jill: I deserve the moonie pies because I can share them with my friends... who also deserve them.<br /><br />Laurel (Me): I deserve the moonie pies because I am hungry, and I am always hungry. My mother calls me the "raw piggy."<br /><br />Also! I have a question about the challenge! I am working on the ice cream cake challenge - making a cake for my Mommie on Mothers day :D. I'm doing fudge ripple on top of mint chip. What do you think the best way to do the fudge ripple design would be? I know I'm going to use to use vanilla ice cream & the chocolate sauce - not sure how to do the design though! What do you think?<br /><br />Thank you, thank you!<br /><br />Laurel (theavocadogirl.com)

  17. May 2, 2010 at 23:28

    Because I have been "mooning" over your moonies ever since the first time that you posted about them. I am just getting into raw and vegan foods and while I don't have that big of a sweet tooth I feel like I am already addicted to there without trying them! Thanks for your wonderful blog!<br /><br />michellemybelle07@sbcglobal.net

  18. May 2, 2010 at 23:30

    Have you ever noticed what ‘Moonies’ spells backwards? Seinoom. In Dutch, that translates into “signal uncle”. Signal is any communication that encodes a message that is typically non-verbal. Uncle could signify, for example, the broth-a of ya moth-a, but in this case we are going to stick with its second definition of a source of advice and encouragement. Now… let’s put those two together and we get the secret message of encouragement, all from the word Moonies in some twisted form. <br /><br />I think I need to sink my teeth into something that sounds and looks scrumptious. I’m sure when I take my first bite of your famous Moonie, some sort of hidden message will just ooze out. I’m just melting thinking about these Signal Uncle – I had a Dutch moment – I mean Moonies! <br /><br />Keep up the awesome recipes! You are such an Uncle – I mean a source of encouragement to all! <br /><br />afrejlich@gmail.com

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  20. May 2, 2010 at 23:34

    I'd love to win because, uh HELLO it's chocolate!!! I've been eating a lot more raw since November and I love it but have been somewhat hesitant to try desserts because I don't want to get too addicted...your site is very inspiring and I have made lots of your recipes. Of course I want to eat a moonie because you go on & on about how yummy they are!

  21. May 2, 2010 at 23:40

    Mindy said...<br />Oh my, raspberry is one of my favorite flavors, but plain vanilla or cool mint would be great, too. If I win, please ship them in a solid container. I will still happily consume moonie soup with a spoon if they melt (I rather like that idea - no time or patience to make a raw moonie?, just throw all ingredients in a blender and make moonie soup for dessert:)). Feel free to add this idea as an addendum in your new moonie book - call it "lazy man or woman's moonie" :). <br /><br />Here in Louisiana, it's quite somber right now, waiting to see what will become of the coast, and all the birds and baby creatures in the coastal nurseries. I could certainly use some moonie cheer. (Unholy confession: I ate the original moon pies many years ago, and I kind of liked them. What can I say, I didn't know better.) Marilyn the kefir lady is shipping water kefir grains to me tomorrow. Perhaps I can wash down my first experience of a raw moonie with some apple juice or coconut water kefir, homemade..ahhhh.. Thanks for the opportunity! (Here is my email address: melindam108@gmail.com).

  22. Nancy Reed
    May 3, 2010 at 00:42

    I would love to win them as I love chocolate, they look so yummy, and I just don't have time to try to make them myself in the near future as too much is happening right now.<br /><br />Thanks!<br /><br />rrnancyr@optonline.net

  23. May 3, 2010 at 01:10

    I should win because we are similar in that we love to make raw desserts!!! ;) And I love chocolate and raspberries together!! And I love your blog and all the delicious recipes you come up with, you inspire me all the time to try new things. <br /><br />xoxo

  24. May 3, 2010 at 01:37

    ooh..... I am Prego and am craving some chocci and need all my treats need to take me to the moon!

  25. May 3, 2010 at 01:46

    MMMM...these look divine!<br /><br />I'd love to win because these would be a sweet ending of my 14 day OJ diet. 14 days will mark a new journey for me and a beginning of a healthy lifestyle :: Raw Vegan<br /><br />You can find me at http://cassysmusings.blogspot.com/<br /><br />Thank you for posting this fabulous giveaway.<br /><br />Cassy

  26. May 3, 2010 at 01:56

    I would love to win because they would be a great college graduation gift!<br />I got my Bachelor's degree in Theatre this past Saturday, as well as my Associate's in English. In June, I'll be starting my yoga teacher training. And I love raw moonpies! I would share one with my Mom for Mother's Day after morning yoga :)<br />xx<br />Charlie<br />littleyogini@verizon.net

  27. May 3, 2010 at 02:27

    hmmm...i wanna win...and i think i can do corny really well...<br /><br />1. you're my hero. <br /><br />2. when i set out to make the moonie pie i originally wanted to make raspberry ones...but i couldn't for the life of me find organic frozen raspberries, or organic raspberries...and i was pretty torn...i was actually really upset, and i think i emailed you about it...so i made a plain ol' chocolate moonie pie...<br /><br />3. i've been sending my moonie pies across the u.s...in fact you're getting one soon...so i think it would be fitting and so lovely if i were to get another moonie pie in the mail (i did receive 2 from bitty boo, and they were quite lovely)...<br /><br />4. you're really cool and awesome and your moonies are made with so much love and goodness, that i want to experience the yumminess!<br /><br />5. that's all i got babes...have a beautiful sunday night with your love...hope it's gotten a little cooler!<br /><br /><3

  28. May 3, 2010 at 02:41

    I'm in college studying sustainable agriculture. Which basically means I'm on the way to saving the world. <br />Yes, we've got quite a lot of quantifying and philosophizing left to do, but soon enough the whole world will have the means to grow organic food to feed every single person. People will live and work co-operatively, sharing resources, rejoicing together, and giving back to their mother, the Earth! <br />But I'm in a bit of trouble. See, I'm 90% raw and I live mainly off green smoothies, composed of fruits I steal from the dining room and edible weeds from the Student Farm. <br />Unfortunately, I have no money for treats! I have a few superfoods to keep up with my nutrients, but I haven't been able to whip up a yummy chocolate ANYTHING since summer!<br />As you can probably guess, I'm going crazy! And when my dessert cravings are running high, I have no motivation to research the growth of fruits and veggies. <br />And without that motivation, who will figure it out and save the world from chemical poisoning, pollution, the water crisis, and GMO's?<br />BUT YOU CAN HELP!!! TOGETHER WE CAN SAVE THE WORLD!!!<br />2 moonies would be the perrrrfect thing to tide me and my research over until summer - at which point I will make and freeze enough chocolate goodies to last me next year. <br /><br />You know it's the right thing to do:<br />mrbernstein@ucdavis.edu

  29. May 3, 2010 at 02:53

    I would love to win the Sweet Moonie giveaway because.....I just attended IIN Integrative Nutrition...I am incorporating raw foods, superfoods, and whole foods into the diets of my clients! When I was in school I would always try to go to Pure Food for dinner and or One Lucky Duck! I had my first Moonie last year and I live in Philadelphia and there is not 1 raw food restaurant in the City of Philadelphia!!!!! I miss my gourmet raw food!!! Please consider me and I will pass the love on to my Clients...I promise! :) Thank You!

  30. May 3, 2010 at 03:09

    I got your Moonie Pie ebook, but have not had time to give one a try! I learn by copying the best, so if you would send me your raspberry creation....I'll know exactly what to aim for!<br />I love your website and recipes - thank you for sharing your passion!

  31. May 3, 2010 at 04:13

    I have a 10 year old son who makes eating healthy really stressful. He complains about everything I make. I want him to love what he is eating but I rarely come across recipes to prepare for him. We eat lots of salads, soups and sandwiches. He is getting really board. I would love for our family to try your moonies.

  32. May 3, 2010 at 05:50

    Fun post and I just saw Kelli's ice cream cake. Oh.My.Gosh. it was gorgeous, wasn't it? Wow. Glad she won an ebook! :)<br /><br />I would love to win some moonie pies! I've never had one before...the original processed one or the beautiful raw one. Sure look great!

  33. May 3, 2010 at 09:33

    being in grad school i no longer have the time to make as many intricate, healthy and delicious foods and would LOVE to try a raw moonie to re-inspire me back into eating more raw.

  34. May 3, 2010 at 10:30

    Moonie Pies, Adapted from "It's a Wonderful Life"<br /><br />Heather: What is it you want, Lauren? You want a moonie pie, Just say the word and I'll throw a lasso around it and pull it down. <br /><br />Lauren: I'll take it. Then what?<br /><br />Heather: Well, then you can swallow it, and it'll all dissolve, see...and moonbeams would shoot out of your fingers and your toes and the ends of your hair. <br /><br />Also, I'm from Tennessee - the birthplace of Moon Pies! But alas, veganism has prevented me from indulging in this treat from my youth...until now?

  35. May 3, 2010 at 12:03

    You should send them to me because I simply have to try some of your desserts! You've tried mine, after all, at Pure ;) <br />xoxo<br />P

  36. May 3, 2010 at 12:07

    i want a moonie pie! Reason: My wife loves raw snacks and I want to suprise her with one for our 3-year anniversary (which is Wednesday). She deserves it!<br /><br />:D

  37. May 3, 2010 at 14:35

    I wanna win because I've never had a moon pie! I don't know if I even know what they are? Guess it's time to do a little Google research... But anything RAW and CHOCOLATE, I think I can get on board with!

  38. May 3, 2010 at 14:46

    I'm not sure what I can write that wont sound like a begging letter, but they look so good I'm prepared to stoop to that level! :D<br /><br />I'm not sure if you're prepared to send your moonie pies to England - but that is the reason you should, because I'm in the middle of nowhere (well it feels like it) with people who are still adapting to the idea of Vegetarianism and the Health Food Shops look confused when I mention 'raw'. I would love a taste of this magical raw food world I hear so much about rather than be a victim of my own awful creations. Mostly its hard to make my own things too as some of the ingredients I cant even get online :(<br /><br />Plus I'm starting to give in and slip off the bandwagon, I dont want to use sob stories on you, but basically I think I need something to remind me of my raw path <br /><br />^_- Have a nice week lol.<br /><br />Mel

  39. SweetPea
    May 3, 2010 at 16:54

    Hmm...why should you send me moonie pies? Well, my story is nothing special...I've been raw for over a year now...my children (17, 15, 10)run screaming from healthy, and my hubby declares, "I'm not a real fan of vegetables... So what to do? Well of course the best I can given the circumstances! Thanks for keeping me motivated! Susan (scarlin@twcny.rr.com)

  40. May 3, 2010 at 17:10

    I love your blog!<br />I would also love to win! I've recently been making raw treats which my son has been loving, you know trying to get away from using sugar. These moonies look amazing!

  41. May 3, 2010 at 18:42

    Hi! I would actually like to win these for my mom! We have been checking out recipes on your site, and she specifically commented on the moonie pies and how good they look. My mom is an amazing person and she's trying to regain her health through raw and vegan foods. But she still loves chocolate!

  42. May 3, 2010 at 19:48

    I'm in! Joined on FB too. You continue to amaze!!!

  43. May 3, 2010 at 20:50

    I love chocolate but would LOVE to try the moonies. Never had one.

  44. May 3, 2010 at 21:13

    Those moonies make me want to drool... I have this addiction to food porn... I save pictures of food and lust over them whenever I think about it, sometimes adding them as my computer background. I can only imagine what they taste like!!<br /><br />Kate<br />UnReFiNeD nocrapdiet.wordpress.com<br />blue.bemusement @ gmail.com

  45. May 3, 2010 at 21:36

    I would love to win because Moon Pies were my ultimate FAVORITE treat as a kid! Yummm...<br /><br />donnamarie dot veg at gmail dot com

  46. May 3, 2010 at 21:40

    Love the pics of you here, Heather! You look awesome (as usual!)<br /><br />Why I need you to send me moonies. Well, b/c yours are prettier than mine would be, you dont have a child hanging on your leg while you're trying to cook, I am burning fuel like a madwoman training for my vegan bodybuilding stuff, and of course, b/c you love me and want to give them to me :)

  47. nessa
    May 4, 2010 at 00:54

    i'd love to win because i've never had a moonie pie, raw or not! also, i can't see the word "moonie" without laughing :)<br /><br />nessa<br />nesssf [at] gmail.com

  48. May 4, 2010 at 01:47

    Hi Heather! Just wanted to make sure you have my email info! i posted under Dianna and my email is potbelliedpiggie@gmail.com

  49. Rachael (radishhh@ufl.edu)
    May 4, 2010 at 02:48

    I would love to win these moonies because I have a huge sweet tooth and I've been trying go make/eat more healthy, raw desserts! It's hard making raw goodies on a college student budget (stuff like cacao butter is expensive!), but I've really been trying to transition to high-raw. I'd be thrilled to win. :D

  50. May 4, 2010 at 02:48

    I'd love to win one because I'm knee-deep in the last midterms of my undergraduate college career, and a sweet that I can eat would make me the happiest girl in the world! :)<br /><br />grapefruitrobot @ gmail . com

  51. May 4, 2010 at 02:48

    Oh yeah, and I joined the FB page too!

  52. May 4, 2010 at 11:01

    Dearest Heathy, you should send me the moonpies because I so rarely make raw sweets for myself, and because you have SO MUCH to teach me about the pastry-making tricks of the trade. Pick me, please!!!

  53. Wow, so many inspiring and wonderful entries! Hmm, I'd have to say I'd love to win because just they look divinely delicious! But, even if I don't, I've gotten SO much inspiration from your blog, Heather ... so I've already won!<br /><br />Beautiful pics, btw :) I'll definitely like you on FB!

  54. May 4, 2010 at 18:31

    I need to win the Moonie give away so I stop drooling on my laptop and trying to eat my computer!! Seriously, I am a HUGE Raw sweet addict and these look wonderful. I've had to cut back on my RAW sweet "baking" lately because I homeschool my boys, do all of my Hubby's business accounting/paperwork, and I started my own "business" as an Independent BeachBody Fitness and Business Coach. PLUS - I'm doing a Hybrid of P90X and Insanity. I NEED delicious Raw moonies to get me through it all!! :) Well - I guess we all do but I would LOVE to win. <br />Have a GREAT day - and don't eat MY moonies... LOL!! <br />email address is CoachKimberKay@gmail.com

  55. May 4, 2010 at 19:11

    I am new to raw eating and have tried to make raw desserts but they have not turned out great. So I am in dire need of something Sweetly Raw!! (Like how I slipped your site name in there? That's creative - or corny desperation for some chocolate!!)

  56. May 4, 2010 at 19:16

    Just joined your FB page! Awesome way to get updates. BTW - my website blog is http://fulfillingfood.blogspot.com<br /><br />Thanks!

  57. Meghan
    May 4, 2010 at 19:53

    I would like to win some moonies, because it would make up for the last week plus a day of feeling like nothing has gone right and the last bit of icing on the cake was crying over remarks a motorist yelled at me when I was crossing the street when he was in the wrong yesterday. Though telling him off felt good at the time. <br /><br />I'm also trying to think of something to make my mom for mother's day and her birthday is coming up too so I usually combine the two together. And I hardly make raw desserts, but your site is wonderful and filled with inspiration. Though I did make my mom a raw birthday cake last year, which she loved. So I would end up sharing one with her because I'm one of those people, though they do look too good to share. <br /><br />Plus there's the little problem of drooling over my computer ever since this raw phenomenon of moonies has hit the blog-o-sphere.<br /><br />Thanks <br />Meghan<br />beautifulxedge @ gmail.com

  58. Samantha
    May 4, 2010 at 21:19

    I would just love to have a moonie sent to me. I have always wanted to go to NY to try One Lucky Ducks moonies, but it doesn't look like that will happen anytime soon.And to see you make them on your site has just been torture! I have a brand new baby girl and cooking, raw or otherwise is just SO hard to do right now. Whenever she goes goes down for a nap I head to your site to see your wonderful creations, but I have no time or energy to maker them!! But they look just so yummy!<br /><br />samantha0385@msn.com

  59. May 6, 2010 at 21:36

    I would love to win the moon pies because I have been reading about the moon, stars, planets and their effects on us. What better to eat while learning about the moon than a moonie pie! <br /><br />:)

  60. November 28, 2010 at 15:33

    Hope you get to post the recipe of the moonie. I have tasted some of this in my recent vacation in the US and I must say that this is one of the best that I have tasted. Thank you so much for sharing. Kudos to your site!

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