Fresh Fruit Tart with Chocolate Brownie Crust

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Fresh Fruit Tart with Chocolate Brownie Crust (raw)

This dessert is so light and refreshing but not easily forgotten. You can make it all year round and just change out the in season fruit for the topping. Great for summer parties or dinners.

Makes 4 small tarts

For the Chocolate Brownie Crust:

2 Cups Raw Almonds

2 TB Agave Syrup

2 TB Maple Syrup

1/2 of One Fresh Vanilla Bean

1 TB Coconut Butter

1/4 Cup Cacao Powder

Pinch of Sea Salt

Crust Instructions

Chocolate Brownie Crust In a food processor, process the almonds until they become a fine meal. Then add the rest of the ingredients and process again until a ball forms. Take out the moist dough and divide it between 4 4″ tart pans with removable bottoms. This mixture is rather moist and sticky at this stage, so the easiest way to press it into the tart pans is to place plastic wrap over it and press down on top of the plastic wrap until firmly pressed and shaped into the tart pan. Leave the wrap on them and place them in your freezer while preparing the creme filling.

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Kent Mango Cream Tart

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For the Crust Process the Almonds and the Dried Coconut and Salt in a food processor until it becomes a fine meal. Add the rest of the ingredients and process again until it clumps together in a ball. Remove the dough and press it into the bottom of 4 4” tart pans with removable bottoms. Place these in the freezer to set while you work on making the creme filling to go inside it.

Serves 2

For the Crust:

2 Cups Almonds

1/2 Cup Dried Coconut

1 TB Coconut Butter

2 tsp Lime Zest

1/4 Cup Agave or Maple

1 tsp. Vanilla Extract

1/2 tsp. Salt

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GreenChef Sarma Melngailis | Raw Pumpkin Tart

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Pumpkin Tart
with candied pumpkin seeds (raw)

This recipe makes enough crust for abut 10 tarts if you are using 4 1/2-inch shells. At the restaurant we use 3-inch shells, which are a nice size for a small dessert. Smooth-sided tart shells work best for this recipe, but any kind will do. If you try making a large tart, the crust should be a bit thicker to withstand the pressure of removing it from the shell or using a tart ring would work well too. As with the sour cherry tart, the recipe calls for both coarse and fine almond flour. Again, you can just grind the almonds and use 3 cups total, rather than separating between the coarse and fine crumbs. However, to make a slightly more refined crust, you may want to sift through the nut crumbs to remove any larger pieces – either way it will taste the same.

Try also serving it with the Vanilla Cream and spiced pinch of ground ginger.

Recipe by Sarma Mengailis | Raw Food Real World (Harper Collins, 2005)

Makes 10 Tarts in 4 1/2 Shells

For the tart crusts:

1 1/2 cups coarse almond flour

1 1/2 cups fine almond flour

3 tablespoons date paste

3/4 cup maple syrup powder

3/4 cup coconut butter

Large pinch of sea salt

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GreenChefs Vanessa Sherwood | Dark Chocolate Orange Tart

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Dark Chocolate Orange Tart
with Clementine Sorbet (raw)

I attribute my sweet tooth to my dad. He always carried a bag of goodies around with him where ever he went. He was like Santa Clause with a sack of chocolate, candy and cookies instead of presents. On my weekend visits with him, we’d go to the grocery store and stock up on anything that I wanted, i.e. Junk Food! We’d also frequent this ‘mom and pop’ ice cream store that had the best chocolate orange ice cream that I’ve ever had in my entire life. So I thought I’d come up with a ‘goodie’ of my own combining those two flavors.

Bad habits die hard, but with this recipe, you can indulge until your hearts content knowing you’re doing something good for your body. How cool is that.

Makes 4 individual sized tarts

For the crust:

1/2 Cup Dry Almonds

1/2 Cup Shredded Coconut

1 tsp. Orange Zest

2 TB Raw Cocoa Powder

2 TB Maple Syrup (Agave Nectar can be substituted)

1 tsp. Coconut Oil

Pinch Salt

Sprinkle Cayenne

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GreenChef Melissa Davison | Raw Sundae Tart

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Sundae Tart
(by rawchef Melissa Davison)

For the Crust:

2 3/4 Cups Macadamias

1/4 Cup Pecans

3 TB CocoPura Virgin Coconut Oil

1/8 Tsp Salt

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GreenChef Chad Sarno | Cocao Marble Tart

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Cocao Marble Tart Raw (raw)

Wine Suggestion: **2002, Banyuls, Michel Chapoutier, Roussillon, France

This deep and chocolaty fortified dessert wine is a great alternative to port, with slightly brighter flavors of dried black cherries, orange peel, and cinnamon. It’s natural sweetness and soft mouth feel are a decadent match for the rich but balanced tart.

SERVES 6-8

For the Crust::

2 Cups Pecans, raw

½ TB ‘*Cocopura’ Coconut Butter

¼ Cup Maple Sugar

½ Tsp Sea Salt

1 TB Cinnamon

½ TB Ancho Pepper Powder (or ¼ Tsp Cayenne)

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Dark Chocolate Coconut Crust Tart

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GreenChefs | Raw Sunday Dessert Tart

Raw Sunday Dessert Tart (raw, vegan)

Recipe by GreenChef Melissa Davison

Today in the G Living GreenChef Kitchen, Raw Food Chef, Melissa Davison makes us era Raw Sunday Tart. Melissa of the own of the Terra Bella Café in Redondo Beach California.

This is a healthy alternative recipe, which require no cooking and contains only raw organic natural ingredients.

Serves about 8 people

For the Crust:

2 3/4 Cup Macadamia Nuts

1/3 tsp Salt

1/4 Cup Pecans

3 TB Coconut Oil

Step 1 Place all your ingredients in a food processor

Step 2 Using the pulse button on the food processor, mix your ingredients, until it is a loose and crumbly. (do not of mix)

Step 3 Pour into a tart pan and spread with your hands

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