Recipe Directions

blend all dry ingredients in food processor until finely crumbly.
Add dates and blend until dough sticks together.
Press into 2 small springform pans.
Remove from pans.
Shortly before serving, ice both layers thickly with chocolate mousse. I used this one by Ani Phyo.
Place one layer atop the other.
enjoy!!

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A simple white cake made from a delicious blend of macadamia nuts, cashews and walnuts.
Like the little black dress, the basic white is a timeless classic. When you can't think of a dessert to make, or want something that will go with everything, the white cake is the perfect thing to fall back on. What's even more is that it's the perfect blank dessert slate, totally customizable to whatever creative inventions you're feeling in the moment - much like dressing up a LBD with accessories, making for a totally different outfit each and every time, even when starting with the same thing. You can make it a layer cake, add chocolate chips, make it an ice cream sandwich and top it in many different ways.

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Hi
Thanks for this cool recipe.
I just made it...well I guess you could say I used the recipe as a base to spring from (since I didn't have all the specific ingredients: I modified and got creative too :) )
I put together
1 c walnuts
1 c cashews
1 c almonds
with about 1 c pitted prunes
a couple Tbls of coconut oil
vanilla
and cardamom pods (mmmm mmmm good)
a pinch of salt
processed it all in the food processor adding a bit of agave and whatever necessary from above to get a good consistency for the 'cake'.
Now for the topping
I used lucuma powder
coconut oil
almond flour
and a touch of maple syrup
with some fresh cardamom pods
a pinch of salt
and a dash of cinnamon and cloves
perfect addition to the thanksgiving meal
thank you!
rona :)

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om nom nom. I made this. I wish I had raw cacao powder to I could make the mousse though.

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god that looks good...

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This looks delicious, and your blog is great! I am definitely following. :)
I can't wait to make this cake

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This is making my mouth water.

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