Recipe Directions

mix the cacao and dry spices in a bowl. add beet and coconut pulp, mix well. then stir in agave and almond butter. grease dish with a little olive oil and press batter into dish, set aside in fridge. make icing buy blending coconut meat, oil, beet juice and extra agave till creamy. pour icing over cake and spread evenly. leave in fridge for awhile to set. sit outside, enjoy some moonlight and share your cake.

its pretty quick to put together if you alread have the pulp. i use the coconut milk recipe on this site and use the milk in my hair as a leave in conditioning treatment. and feel free to play around with spice quantities, i just adore cardamom so use lots!

Artistruth's Thoughts

i made this cake for the full moon… beetroot and chocolate make magic together and are a worthy offering to the amazing moon. don’t let the dinosaurs in the picture scare you…

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Beets and chocolate are both such deep grounding foods... makes sense that they'd find themselves in the same cake....

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you can use dessicated coconut that you buy at the store... not as fresh, but still the same texture and taste

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mm beets and cardamom. You would think I'd have thought of that already. I will probably never have the coconut. Can't hardly find them here, and moldy when you do:(, but I might make this anyway. :) Thank you very much.

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Beet magic believers, you have to read Tom Robbins' "Jitterbug Perfume" it's my favorite book!

This cake sounds excellent, I'm making it this weekend!

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I once made a beet and chocolate cake and they really do compliment each other. Thanks for sharing.

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beets are magic.

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This really appeals to my love of color. Thank you!

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