Friday, April 12, 2013


Seriously you guys... its super delicious.  There's nothing like raw desserts for me.  The freshness and flavor you get with raw desserts is like no other.  Once your tastes buds adapt to it, you may not be able to take as much the artificial sweetness from other sugary desserts.
I especially love the raw crust with the creamiess of the pie.  The combination is fabulous.  I hope you enjoy it too.

For the Crust

1 cup macadamia nuts
1 cup dried, shredded coconut
10 medjool dates, room tempurature, pitted
Put the macadamia nuts and coconut into the food processor and process until it resembles crumbs. Then add in the dates and process until the dates are well combined.  The stickiness of the dates will kick in and it will hold together. 

For the Filling

1-1/2 cup cashews, soaked 8-12 hours, rinsed and drained
1/4 cup raw agave or liquid sweetener of choice
1/2 cup coconut butter
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 cup coconut water from a young Thai coconut or coconut milk
1 cup packed coconut meat from a young Thai coconut
2-3 medium bananas, sliced (approximately 3 cups)
1 lemon, juice of
1-2 bananas sliced and dipped in lemon juice for garnish
Place all the ingredients except the bananas and lemon juice into a high speed blender. Blend until smooth. You will need to use the plunger or spoon and a little patience to get the mixture moving but it's well worth the effort... Transfer the mixture into a bowl.
Slice the 2-3 bananas and toss them with the lemon juice and drain, then fold them into the banana cream mixture.
To assemble, place the entire crust mixture in your favorite pie pan and press it down evenly all around.  Then, pour the cream mixture on top and spread evenly with a spatula and finally layer with thinly sliced bananas to garnish.  Chill for 1-2 hours and serve.   

Join the discussion!
Do you have a favorite raw pie or cake recipe? We'd love to hear what if is. Please share in the comments below. Links are welcome!


Katrin - said...

Looks absolutely Amazing!! A cake that we would not say NO to ;) Looks mouth watering as Always and the ingredients are perfect. Thank you for sharing!

1013 World View said...

Can I use sunflower seeds in place of Macademia and cashew nuts

suzi said...

i made this last nite and it seemed so much thicker than yours looks. yours looks creamy and mine was really not pasty, but super thick. havent eaten it yet, wating for tonite. tasted it though, and YUM!!!! i used coconut water and thought of adding more but didnt. thank you for the recipe and any suggestions for the creamy texture you achieved? i used my high speed blender for the filling as well.

Tanya said...

This looks really good! Yummy!
This Mango-Creamcheese Cake is my favorite Raw Cake lately!

Anonymous said...

this looks gorgeous.

Felicia said...

Thanks everyone! :) Tanya, that sounds delicious!! Hi Suzi, I think you may need more liquid to get it creamier... I also left you a comment on FB too! Thanks for trying the recipe and commenting! I hope my notes help! xo Felicia

Felicia said...

Thanks Katrin! I always cherish your comments!! xo Felicia
Raw desserts have to be my favorite raw thing!

Felicia said...

Hi World View! Thanks for the note! I guess you could use just about any nut... I haven't tried sunflower seeds for a crust yet, but maybe give it a try. :) Let us know how it comes out! XFelicia

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