Recipe Directions

CAKE

1. Juice the apples, pears, and 1 lemon. I used a Breville, and the pulp was dry and compact. If it's wet at all, drain it before the next step.

2. Place the pulp into a bowl and mix into the pulp by hand.

3. Mix ground almonds, juice of 2 lemons, and raw honey/agave with a wooden spoon. Continue until it's dough-like and creamy.

4. Press into a small springform pan and put into the fridge for 4-5 hours.

FROSTING

5. Blend up the ingredients.

6. Put into fridge to thicken up.

7. After 2 hours, blend again. This should be a thick coconut cream texture. If it isn't, put into the freezer 30 minutes before icing—or add coconut oil, flax, or Irish moss. Mine was fine just thickening in the fridge!

8. Remove cake from spring form. Frost and put zest on top.

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Lemon cake that is sure to make you drool!

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Wow! I wanna try soon! I'll probably use leftover almond pulp from making milk, as it will be even more light!

Thank you so much for sharing! (I had already seen Jozy's one, but can"t find jicama! I'm now happy to be able to try this! :) )

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WOW! That sounds so dang good and easy for someone like me. :)

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It really is easy!! So creamy and fluffy :)

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Wow! I wanna try soon! I'll probably use leftover almond pulp from making milk, as it will be even more light!

Thank you so much for sharing! (I had already seen Jozy's one, but can"t find jicama! I'm now happy to be able to try this! :) )

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It really is easy!! So creamy and fluffy :)

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WOW! That sounds so dang good and easy for someone like me. :)

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