I experimented tonight and thought this was amazing!
These were creamy, minty, chocolate covered peppermint-patty-type treats. Mostly the creamy minty inner part with a thin chocolate coating.
These are just approximate amounts below. This will need a grinder of some sort, whether it be a food processor, hi-speed blender or even a coffee grinder(in small batches), to grind up the coconut flakes and cashews.
Fresh mint makes the best desserts! This tart incorporates a chocolate nut crust with a silky, green mint cream filling.This recipe is by the lovely Heather Pace of http://www.sweetlyraw.com. For more recipes like these you can now order her ebooks at http://www.rawguru.com.
Submitted by RawGuru on January 24, 2009 - 11:47pm
This recipe was inspired by wanting to recreate mint chocolate chip ice cream without the need to use young Thai coconuts. After several tries and an ice cream maker (Cusinart Supreme™ Commercial Quality Ice Cream Maker) I came up with 3 flavorful and melt in your mouth ice cream flavors. If you do not have an ice cream maker you can freeze the mixture in ice cube trays and run it through a juicer. You can also blend it up with a little nut milk. You can find items like cacao butter and goji berries at http://www.rawguru.com/store