Recipe Directions

1. Prepare bottom layer: Blend up hazelnuts until well crumbled. Add rest of the ingredients in and blend until well mixed and ground. Press mixture into cake pan (about 8’ around). 2. Prepare “ice cream” layer: Just blend bananas and sweetener in food processor until nice and smooth, you may need a little water to get it going (a little coconut water might be nice.) Spread “ice cream” on hazelnut layer. 3. Prepare caramel: Blend dates with water in food processor or blender until very smooth. Spread on top of “ice cream” layer. 4. Prepare frosting: Just blend up coconut meat and sweetener until very smooth and creamy. I find that my big food processor doesn’t do much for it, but a smaller one reaches those tiny lumps and gets it really smooth. Spread on top of caramel. 5. Put in freezer for a couple of hours. 6. Yum.

Morning_theft's Thoughts

I was inspired by many of the recipes on this site, and dreamed up this birthday cake for Matt. It was a huge success!

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yumm yummy looking!:)

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I actually made this again using 'whipped topping' made out of soaked cashews and honey... Worked out very very well!

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Hahaha I love the title of this dish! I can't wait to make this.. just as soon as my local store orders young coconuts that aren't spoiled... :(

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Oh. My. YUM! I'll definitely have to make this!

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YUMO!

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I must make this... that looks so good.

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