Apologies for the long delay since I last shared a recipe. My computer experienced a sudden hard drive failure and while I had thankfully backed up most of my essential files, I have been unable to access my photo editing software to get these almond ricotta pictures ready. I anticipate further delays until I do get a fully-functioning replacement machine..
I told you when I shared my fresh tomato marinara sauce recipe that I was inspired to make it as part of recreating an amazing pizza that I tasted. Well, homemade almond ricotta was another element on that pizza, so naturally, I had to figure out how to make that too.
This almond ricotta is actually quite similar to my baked almond feta, except that there’s no cooking involved, and I add more liquid to create a creamy ricotta-like consistency. That means that depending on how you season it, this recipe can be considered raw. (It’s also gluten-free, oil-free, paleo, etc…)