Recipe Directions

Cobbler crumble: Place the nuts, coconut, cacao powder, cinnamon, and salt in a food processor, fitted with the S-blade, and process until coarsely ground. Add the raisins, and process until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Set aside.
Filling: Take about 2 cups of the cherries, chop them and set aside in a large bowl. Then, place the rest of the cherries along with the water, dates, and agave in a blender and process until smooth. Pour into the bowl with the chopped cherries and stir.
To assemble the crisp, sprinkle 1/2 of the cobbler crumble ingredients into an 8-inch square glass-baking dish. Press down to make a crust. Spread the cherry filling on top. Sprinkle the remaining cobbler crumble on top of the cherry filling. Serve at room temperature, or warm in a dehydrator for up to an hour at 130 degrees for extra deliciousness. (I highly recommend this for when you want to eat it warm)

Bitt's Thoughts

Cherry and Chocolate deliciousness!
I was inspired by another recipe on this blog:
http://kristensraw.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2008-06-17T16%3A21%3A...

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Do you think this would work equally well with strawberries? Any recommended substitutions? I'm not particularly fond of cherries, but this looks good, and is so simple.
Also, has anyone tried it with sunflower seeds instead of the nuts? It would be more economical if the seeds will work.

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Hi bitt!...this is a great recipe, very quick and easy. thanks so much :)

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Yum Yum!! I made this sunday night for a dinner party I hosted at my place - turned out fabulous!! I used carob instead of cacao for a not-so-rich chocolaty taste. Thanks!

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oh i had this with blue berry and it was good!

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you can get them even cheaper at the Endangered Species Chocolate site: http://www.chocolatebar.com/index.asp

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btw... I believe that littlebirdie's suggestion of trying it with Blueberries would be fabulous too. Have you ever tried the "Sea Turtle Bar - (Dark chocolate & Blueberries) from the Endangered Species Chocolate Company? It's REALLY good. I'm pasting a link to a webpage that lists it: http://www.veganessentials.com/catalog/endangered-species-chocolate-comp...

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Thanks for another great recipe! This one is a Keeper in my Recipe Box. :)

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Bitt,
In the directions for the filling, you mention chopped cherries then chopped strawberries...did you mean cherries? I had this at a brunch the other morning and just loved it, would like to make it this weekend. Thanks a bunch for sharing :)

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sorry I still can't get the picture to load. You can see it on this link.
http://api.ning.com/files/kLFsdJ98*7Q8kmF6Vr2H7XaOKGLsSOFXfaxFhQJTqmrYr0...

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This is DELICIOUS!!!!!! I could eat the entire pie!

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i am going to make this-yumm!!!

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yes, it probably would be. i don't know about the cacao/blueberry combo but i will mess around with it. going berry picking soon!

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My gosh, Bitt, this sounds incredible! I'm going to try this next time I see cherries. I bet it would be great with blueberries, too.

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