Overview

This is my go-to, standby raw pie crust. I like this recipe even better than carob or cacoa crusts. Some people call this recipe a "shortbread" pie crust recipe, and that's a great analogy. That salty sweetness takes me back to my childhood! Coconut, walnuts, dates and sea salt combine in a food processor to make a
  • Prep Time

    5 min
  • Total Time

    35 min
  • Suggested Servings

    6 servings
  • Yield

    6 slices
  • Shelf Life

    4 days in fridge
  • Equipment

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Directions

  • 1. Place all raw pie crust ingredients in a food processor and blend until well processed but still slightly mealy/chunky.
  • 2. Press down into your pie plate!
  • 3. Fill with your desired filling and refrigerate for at least two hours to allow crust to firm up.
  • 4. After refrigerating, garnish your delicious pie with your favorite berries and enjoy!

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Raw pie crusts are an integral part of your raw recipe arsenal!

I just love this raw pie crust recipe. I mean, four ingredients and the taste of this raw pie crust is to die live for! I wouldn't change a thing about this one. The flavors and measurements are perfect, IMO.

This raw pie crust recipe is my go-to, standby raw pie crust. I like this recipe even better than carob or cacoa crusts. I have heard some people call this recipe a "shortbread" recipe, and this one raw pie crust recipe does remind me of shortbread... that salty sweetness takes me back to my childhood!

It is so simple and you can whip it up in a flash with some pretty basic ingredients. It also presses down very easily into a pie plate.

This recipe makes enough for one pie crust. You can top this crust with anything you like. I prefer topping this raw pie crust with thawed rasberries and other wet berries. I often keep the crust on its own, and I don't top it until we're ready to eat it to avoid the crust getting soggy. (I hate soggy pie crusts!!)

Nutrition Overview

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  • This recipe is very low in Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, Dietary Fiber, and Vitamin B6.

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Made a strawberry pie (not raw). Had to use dried, soaked figs - couldn't find any dates in Portugal. But worked well! Absolutely delicious recipe. Thank you!

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Hi Kahontiyo, sunflower seeds would probably work okay, but pumpkin seeds would be better because they are a bit oilier and a bit more similar to walnuts. A combo of both would be fine too. Good luck!

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Can i change the nut to a seed (sunflower) ? I want to make it for a function but there is a no-nut policy :(

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Elana Rosenbaum's Review

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I have been intimidated by raw pies for a long time but love how easy this is. I also used a blender instead of a food processor and it seemed to work just fine! Thanks - love your site :)

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Just made this crust and it came together so easily and nicely! My dates were a bit dry so I soaked them just breifly before processing, and added a couple tablespoons of water to the mixture as they were churning. The crust turned out great, was easy to work with and very tasty. Thanks for such a straight forward recipe! I also appreciate how theres only 4 ingredients to it lol.

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Good tweaking, Alice. I'm glad the crust worked for you! :)

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Hi, I made your piecrust recipe and it came out amazing. I used blackstrap molasses instead of dates however, because i don't have a food processor, and it came out the most delicious crust I've ever had anywhere. Now my question is about the nuts. I've read alot about the topic of soaking nuts to eliminate the phytic acid and other toxic compounds. I have never soaked walnuts, pecans or pumpkin and sunflower seeds before, only almonds. I think soaking most nuts is a pain. However i wonder if i should. What is your take on this? Do you think it's important to soak walnuts, pecans, pumpkin seeds, or sunflower seeds? Or if not, do u rinse them in water before eating or using in recipes like you would with fruits and vegetables? please let me know.

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Hi TJ! So glad you enjoyed the crust. I am with you about nut-soaking being time consuming and annoying.

Re: nut soaking, I am not much of a soaker since it can be so time-consuming. In general, with my recipes, soaking is not required unless it is explicitly stated (as you know)--and when it is it is usually for texture. That being said, the general idea behind soaking of nuts is to two-fold: (1) easier to digest when presoaked and moist; (2) removal of enzyme inhibitors.

So… soaking is a good thing, similar to buying 100% organic produce. But sometimes it's not feasible/realistic to do either. But ideal to do both - for sure.

Also, I don't like for people to get too caught up with doing everything "perfectly" because it can cause overwhelm and eventually falling off the wagon.

Therefore, I recommend not soaking unless I explicitly say SOAK IT!

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Hello, I have a raw recipe I want to make. The crust ingredients starts with 2 cups of almonds, soaked overnight. Can I substitute with 1 cup of walnuts to 1 cup of almonds? And if I do, would you not soak the walnuts (as suggested in your recipe here) but still soak the almonds?
Thank you!

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Hi Dianne.

1. Why dontcha just make this pie crust recipe?? lol

2. I am sure you can substitute as you suggested - most crusts are pretty forgiving.

3. soaking is optional - kinda like whether you buy organic or non-organic. I wouldn't bother soaking either the walnuts or almonds.

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what else can i replace the dATes with

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Hi Amy, you can use prunes instead (or raisins or dried apricots, but dates/prunes are best)

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Hi! I have one other question:
Is it better to use medium or finely shredded cocunut?

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Either is fine, but I use finely shredded

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hi, I am going to try make your raw piecrust recipe!

Question: i do not have a food processor, i do everything by hand, no machines in my kitchen. Grinding the nuts is easy for me with a rolling pin. But how would i make a date paste without a processor? i tried before but the dates kept clumping and wouldn't mix well with other ingredients. But perhaps it will work in the piecrust if i cut dates and mix with hands? Please let me know!
Also, can i substitute coconut oil (semi-solid) for grated cocunut?

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Hi TJ,

Date paste is not going to happen without a food processor. Said with love though! <3

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Hi, thanks for reply!
However, I am confused. In the directions for this recipe you say to put the dates along with the other ingredients in a food processor. But in rely to my question you say a food processor won't work for the dates. Which one is it?

You see, my situation is that i don't have a food processor, no blender, no machinery. But I want to make this raw pie crust for mother's day. So please let me know how i can grind the dates for the crust.
As per the walnuts and the other ingredients I am totally fine. I grind nuts by laying them out between 2 sheets of parchment paper and then use a marble rolling pin to crush them finely for the crust, works great! i just need to know how I can grind the dates for the crust
Please let me know, thank you!

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Hi TJ - sorry for the confusion. I meant to write "not going to happen *without* a food processor. (I just edited my post above and corrected my typo.)

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I am having trouble finding dates. Even dried dates. Could I use dried cherries instead?

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Yes! They would be lovely.

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You could also use dried prunes instead

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one of the best tasting pie crusts. I would use this in all of my pies (cooked or raw) if I could.

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LaNita, the good news is that you can! lol

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made this last evening and filled with raw choc. mousse - WOW!! That will be my potluck item for the next year. delish! Thank you so much for this pie crust recipe!!!

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Sounds awesome Deanna - nomnomnom

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This was so easy to put together and even easier to enjoy .
Also a hit with my teenager , I have even been able to pack his school food.
All raw foods ,fantastic recipes thank you very much :-)

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Rachel, anything that's a hit with a teenager is a success in my book! What did you fill your pie with?

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Used a mango and greek yoghurt filling, was delicious!

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Yum Gabrielle. For those of you who don't eat dairy, try cashew cream instead or my raw fruit dip (cashew based). Love mango and creamy together!

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Can i change the nut to a seed (sunflower) ? I want to make it for a function but there is a no-nut policy :(

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Hi Kahontiyo, sunflower seeds would probably work okay, but pumpkin seeds would be better because they are a bit oilier and a bit more similar to walnuts. A combo of both would be fine too. Good luck!

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Made a strawberry pie (not raw). Had to use dried, soaked figs - couldn't find any dates in Portugal. But worked well! Absolutely delicious recipe. Thank you!

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Yum, it it possible to use almonds or cashews instead of walnuts? I'm allergic to walnuts.

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Hi Nat, the best sub for walnuts is pecans. You can use them instead of walnuts in pretty much any recipe because their texture is so similar. (This substitution does not go the other way though. In other words, do not use walnuts instead of pecans)

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This is the BEST raw crust recipe ever! It tastes so much like the slightly sweet, slightly salty shortbread pie dough that I have always loved. Amazing how just a few dates make it hold together and be slightly sweet. The salt makes it divine. When I kept in the fridge it had a nice firm texture, not at all sticky and pasty like other raw crusts. I can't say enough about it, in case you didn't notice ;)

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Hi Caitlin, I couldn't agree with you more :)

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I just made this and loved it! You're right, the salt is delicious and adds its own dimension. My salt is large grain and stood out, kind of like in sea salt caramel candy. I mixed two bananas with a little coconut milk, cinnamon and nutmeg, poured that on top. The bananas would have been amazing cooled in the fridge, maybe one day I'll get the willpower to wait, lol.

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Willpower? What's that? Never heard of it! (lol just kidding)

This would definitely go well with bananas, methinks!

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I AM a raw pie superstar! Couldn't have done it without you! I took the third one to a cousins brunch (you know, us younger folks) and two of my cousins are doing paleo and were super excited to have pie!

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Lol Mike H. Pie is good, it's a gateway food to raw food :)

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Thanks for this recipe! I've now made it 3 times in 4 days! The first time I made an apple pie for thanksgiving, where people ate the traditional pie and my pie equally, and then when my cousin came over afterward, he are the rest and said it was better than any apple pie he'd ever had! I topped that one with sliced apples.

Second was a strawberry/Rasberry pie for a family gathering the day after thanksgiving, and it ended up being the only dessert, which everyone loved! They were very skeptical about an unbaked pie, but they liked it! For this one, I doubled the recipe and pressed half into the pie plate, and covered a regular plate with parchment paper and pressed the other half in there. Once I filled up the pie plate, I transferred the second serving on the top like a traditional pie!

There is another family thing tomorrow, and my sister requested the strawberry/Rasberry pie, so I just made a triple batch so I could make the crust a little thicker, and I can have the top!

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Mike, you are a raw pie superstar!! xox

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Is it possible to sub pecans for walnuts?

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Hi Megan, yes, definitely. In this recipe you could use either pecans or walnuts.

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Yes, in this recipe you can substitute cashews for the walnuts. It might be kind of nice, actually. I am going to try it!

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We have some tree nut allergies here. Can I substitute cashews for the walnuts?

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I made this and was delighted! The texture is rich, crumbly and almost buttery, like a graham cracker crust. I was worried it might break apart as you cut slices, but it's substantial enough to hold plenty of yummy filling! I used your raw chocolates recipe and poured it over the crust, sort of like a ganache and served it with raspberry sauce on top. It was a huge hit with a crowd of non vegan family members! I will definitely make this again!

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Sounds lovely Valerie! If it's a hit with non-vegans then you know you're doing well :)

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Hello! I made this crust with macadamia nuts, cashews, walnuts and dates, and a strawberry-almond milk filling. It was incredibly delicious! Thanks a lot for the recipe. Nevertheless, I didn't like much to add salt to it, so my question is why shouldn't it be omitted? Thanks a lot for your reply!

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The salt brings out the flavours :)

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What are the nutritional values of this crust? For those of us who count calories...Thx!

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sorry, I don't provide calorie counts or nutritional value

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Hi Toshia,

Glad you had a succesful choco fix :)

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I just made this and the chocolate pudding and am eating them together as I type. They are divine. I love your site. YUUUUMMMMMM!

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Yummmmm!! I made a blueberry coconut creme sauce to mix in with the fresh local blueberries (had to add a bit of hemp milk to make less thick, so that part wasn't raw...)

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I don't know if those pics will show up, but it was amazing and beautiful!...thanks!

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Don't think the pics worked - you could try uploading in the forum http://www.therawtarian.com/community

I'd love to see them.

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I've been making a lot of your recipes over the last few weeks and loving every one of them! On a whim, I decided to make this pie crust as a breakfast food. I made some raw blueberry jam and put it between two slices of pie crust. Absolute breakfast heaven! Thank you so much for this recipe!

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My pleasure Jenna. Sounds like a great way to start the day :)

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I tried it!! It's AMAAAAZING!!! It's really really yummy!! I filled it with chocolate avocado pudding. It was great!

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Haha awesome. I'm so glad you liked it :)

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Absolutely fantastic! I made this as a crumble topping and have been keeping it in the fridge this weekend along with a glass container of blueberries. It's so nice to grab some fruit, dash a bit of this on top, and feel like I'm having a grand dessert instead of a morning snack. I love it!

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I love crumbles too. So quick and easy!

I love the visual of a glass container of blueberries :) pretty

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Made this crust late last night on an impulse and loved it :o)

I did a chocolate banana cream filling which was good but a bit too heavy. I'd love to try it again with coconut cream or lime filling.....

Have you ever dried dehydrating the crust? Just curious if that would help with the soggy factor.

I also thought that next time maybe I would press the crust into individual ramakins and store/freeze them to fill one at a time as needed.....a whole pie is just so much to get through Pre-sog :o)

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Yes, I usually just store the crust and assemble individually so I like your ideas for avoiding sogginess

I have never tried dehydrating. I don't think it would help

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I made this crust tonight with one substitution, I used almonds instead of walnuts. It's fantastic. I filled it with a vegan coconut cream pie filling and it is quite tasty.

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Ummm recipe for vegan coconut cream pie filling please!  :)

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This was exactly what I was looking for, thanks! This will be only my second raw dessert I have made thus far. I will try it with your cheesecake filling. Yum!

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Sounds good! Crust might get a bit soggy though so be careful.

Also, you will definitely want to top that combo with fruit (sauce or fresh) because it's gonna be really rich.

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The other night I attended a Raw Food class and they served up a similar pie crust recipe, made with cashew flour. The filling is what I want to tell you about..it tasted just like pumpkin pie!! and there was NO pumpkin in it!

1 cup cashew flour
1/2 cup agave nectar
1/2 cup maple syrup
2/3 cup orange juice
2 tbl lemon juice
2 tsp vanilla extract
2 tsp cinnamon
1 1/2 tsp nutmeg
1 tsp ginger
pinch ground cloves
1/2 tsp salt
1 cup coconut oil, melted

Blend all ingrediants except coconut oil until smooth in the vita mix. Slowly add coconut oil and continue to blend until well combined,

Pour filling into prepared crust and refrigerate at least 4 hours before serving.

Makes 1 (9 inch) deep pie. I am going to make it into bars in a cake pan. it is very rich and very delicious!! This pie keeps especially well in the freezer. Transfer it to the refrigerator at least 3 hours before serving.

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Hi Linda,

Thank you for this excellent recipe! I look forward to trying it some time soon. It sounds super rich and I'll bet it was deelish.

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Hi , You mentioned the chestnut flour as part of the crust but then mentioned to blend all ingredients except the coconut oil . Is the chestnut flour in the filling . Thank you

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Hi Sharone, I think you might be talking about a different recipe?

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I know this is kind of defeating the purpose, but can this crust be baked with pumpkin filling. I'm looking for a crust recipe that's gluten free and this just looked easy because I already have all the ingredients. Just curious if it would hold up if baked. Thoughts? Thanks!
JESS

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Hi Jess, sorry I have no idea as I haven't tried any of these recipes in an oven!

If you try it let us know

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Hi Laura-Jane
Do you think this crust will work with strawberry rhubarb? I will be cooking the rhubarb so it won't be totally raw.
Thank you

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Hi! It will get quite soggy if you store everything together. But if you're going to eat it right away it'll work okay. Or what I would do is store both separately, then when ready to eat cut a slice of pie crust, then top with your topping. Good luck!

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thank you laura-jane :))

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Laura-Jane, have you ever tried your coconut cream recipe with this pie crust? I am thinking about doing it and know it would have to all be eaten right away so it wouldn't get soggy but wonder how the combination would be.

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Hi! My initial reaction that is that it will get very soggy!!!

You should try to make the "cream cheese" filling recipe instead: http://therawtarian.com/raw-cheesecake-recipe/

White cheesecake filling ingredients:

3 cups cashews
3/4 cup lemon juice
3/4 cup agave or honey
3/4 cup coconut oil
1 tablespoon vanilla
Up to a 1/4 cup of water, if necessary to facilitate blending

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I add 1-1/2 Tb nutr. yeast, freeze it upside down in a silicone pan, pat the crust on, freeze. when needed I put it on a dish pull off the top and let thaw. Make sure to pit those dates!

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I'm trying to recreate a dessert I had, French Torte with sea salt and walnut crust. I think the crust and chocolate filling were raw. The crust was a wonderful salty taste that complemented the rich dark chocolate beautifully. Is this crust salty tasting and do you taste the dates or are they more a "paste"? Maybe I could omit the dates? Thanks!

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Don't omit the dates, it won't hold together properly unless you add something in its place. No, it's not pasty.

Yes, it's salty, although I did combine this raw pie crust recipe with a chocolate filling and I actually didn't like the combo for some reason. I felt that the tastes didn't go together very well.

Hmm... suggestions anyone..?

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This looks nice and easy! I think I will try it this weekend and choose one of your yummy puddings as the filling. I will let you know how it turns out.

Laura Jane I just ordered your 30-Day raw food diet plan and I am looking forward to trying out more yummy recipies.

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Mmmmmm! That would be a yummy combo as a filling! Let me know how it turns out! It might get soggy, but if you eat it quick it might be tasty.

Hope you're enjoying the 30 day rood plan! http://www.rawfooddietplanhq.com

Bye for now,
Laura-Jane

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I plan to try this, but I am looking for a pie crust recipe that is not too sweet. I don't want to add much, if any, sweetness to the filling. Do you know of a recipe that isn't sweet?

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I don't know exactly what you do and do not eat, but I have a recipe on my plant-foods blog for raw chocolate orange raisin pie. The crust IS sweet and orangey but you can make it otherwise; it is made of organic oat flakes ground into flour, and flax meal. It can be made as a raw fridge-crust or dehydrated, or baked as per personal tastes/circumstances. I also made a savoury quiche crust once using oats, macadmia nuts, flax meal, and lemon juice. (but I have never written down the quantities) You could, of course substitute oats for a nut "flour" if you do not eat oats. Best wishes.

http://lovinleaves.wordpress.com/2011/06/01/raw-chocolate-orange-raisin-...

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Hmmm. This one isn't *too* sweet, but it wouldn't hold together very well without the dates I don't think.

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What's wrong with you people, why has no one tried this recipe yet??

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Where I store the left overs?

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Hi Ursula, fridge

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I am allergic to dates. Do you have any suggestions for a substitute. I cannot have dried apricots either, but can eat raisins. Didn't know if it would alter the flavor too much.

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Hi Helene, in general, dried prunes are my #1 substitue for dates in most raw recipes. Second choice is raisins.

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i want to try it. am new to raw food. does dry walnuts mean dehydrated? is there a source other than soaking and drying myself?

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Hi Sonit, you do not need to dehydrate them. You can use them right from the store.  "dry" just literally means not wet (some people will soak their nuts so that they are wet first, but I don't want you to do that for this recipe)

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I tried this recipe with my 3 carnivores (husband and two boys) and it was a big hit. Thank you for your innovative and healthy recipe!

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making it now!

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I plan on trying it this week. Can you dehydrate this crust also and if so at what temp and how long? Do you have a good recipe for a raw non dairy, soy free whipped topping?

Thanks!

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Hi Kenda, no this crust isn't really made for dehydrating. It will be too crumbly.

raw non dairy, soy free whipped topping:  http://www.therawtarian.com/raw-whipped-cream-recipe

:)

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I am going to use a version of this in classes this week. Totally Raw. Totally Awesome. We will be filling it with a Lemon Lime (avocado Mousse).

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Yum! Sounds delish! Is this a raw vegan cooking class or just general cooking class?

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Me! I'm going to try it!

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