This sinfully delicious Chocolate Strawberry Tart is a thing of beauty! It was my first raw dessert I ever made and wow did it win me over! So how is the tart so blissful tasting? It starts with a warm-flavored Pecan Crust coated with in a dark Chocolate Sauce. Then topped with fresh slice strawberries and drowned in a sweetened Strawberry Glaze. One bite of this rich and decadent Chocolate Strawberry Tart, and your taste buds will sing for more!
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Recipe courtesy of OOHLARAW
makes a 9"
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To celebrate the arrival of early summer here in Sweden, I would love to share with you a yummy, cooling recipe from my e-book ‘Loving Life-Loving Desserts’. In fact this is the dessert that made it to the front cover of my e-book!
This frozen dessert is one of six super quick, easy and yummy ‘Ice Dreams’ that I have included in my book. No ice-cream machine needed! If you have a freezer and a food processor you are all set. Pre-freeze the bananas over night or so and when the urge calls throw everything into the food processor and you have a gorgeous dessert in about 5 minutes (including washing up!). Now how cool is that? (ha ha!) And if that wasn’t enough, this dessert is fat-free, and also free from added sugar, dairy, nuts and soya! You can perhaps see why I eat this dessert all the time! :)
Enjoy, and have a wonderful weekend! :)
Reposted from Veganlicious. For more deliciously raw recipes, visit Veganlicious @ http://kellysfacesmells.blogspot.com/
note: this ain't no sorbet, this is a seriously creamy ice cream.
Raw vegan ice cream is amazingly delicious, but it's hard to find a raw one that doesn't freeze solid when put in the freezer. One of the many great things about this ice cream is that it remains creamy and not overly frozen even after being in the freezer for a couple of days; just like real ice cream!
A fool is just pureed fruit stirred into cream.
I haven't included quantities, since you can make as much or as little as you like, and vary the proportion of mango to cashew cream to suit your tastes. I eat a lot of fruit, so mine was 2 small mangoes, and 1/2 a cup of cashews, just for me.