pash me

now i’ve got you sucked in with my witty title, you’re at my mercy. and by mercy, i mean i’m going to gift you an amazing recipe for raw passionfruit slice. so who’s really the winner here?

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*disclaimer* this slice was a spontaneous “look what’s in the fruit bowl of this place I’m house sitting” kind of thing. hence the recipe below being a bit vague. i legit just chucked stuff in until it looked and tasted good. i encourage you to do the same… go crazy.

baseĀ 

a good handful of almonds
10x dates (ish)
1 tablespoon of coconut oil

filling

1 cup natural coconut yoghurt (i used cocobella)
2-3 tablespoons of locally sourced honey
3 passionfruits (plus extra for topping)
1 tablespoon of coconut oil

method

use a food processor for the base, making sure that it’s sticky enough to hold together. press firmly into a tin lined with baking paper and pop in the fridge to set. 20 minutes should do it.

the filling can all be put in the same bowl. give everything a stir and then pour on top of the base, smoothing the top.

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chuck the whole thing in the freezer for a couple of hours or until set. it should then be fine to be placed in the fridge for ease of stuffing in one’s mouth.

(if you wanna get fancy, cut it into long slices and use some extra passionfruit pulp on top).

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do i get a kiss now?

cara x

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apple pie. how clever am i? that, or i’m just really running out of cool titles…

anyway, here’s my recipe for a super tasty treat that is gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free but definitely not taste free!

base

1/2 cup almond meal

1/2 cup dessicated coconut

2 cups of dates

(measurements are not accurate, just use a food processor until you can mold it into a cup-like form using a muffin tray. also, make sure you use baking paper otherwise they’ll get stuck).

filling

4-5 organic apples

chai masala spice mix

dash of water

(stew the apples with lid on until soft, then take the lid off towards the end to allow the apples to caramelise in the sauce).

that’s it. stick your base in the fridge and after 2-3 hours, pop some apples on top.

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delish and nutrish. eat up!

cara x