Everyone loved this pie even all the SAD’s!!!

Recipe Directions

Crust- 2 Cups soaked Almonds, 1 tsp Himalyan Salt, 2 TB Dried Coconut, 8 pitted Dates and 1 TB Coconut Oil in food processor, pulse till together and crunchy. Squish into a pie pan that has been rubbed with coconut oil. Place into Freezer while preparing the filling.
Filling- Fill Blender half full of ripe Peaches, 1 cup Water, 4 TB Chia Seed, 2 tsp Vanilla and 2 ripe Bananas. Let her rip
Cut up 3 or 4 Peaches, mix with Filling and pour into the crust and chill to set.
Garnish with Mint leaves and enjoy!
Optional~Top with Strawberries and Blueberries for a Happy 4th of July!!!

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Everyone loved this pie even all the SAD’s!!!

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Hi Roshebrew, I keep soaked almonds in the frigerator so when I make a recipe they are already soaked... To answer your question, mine are measured after they have soaked as most soaked nut recipes are... I had to ask the same question just a few months back... We all have to learn... *GRIN*
Thanks Hannah.hunnicutt and Rosehebrew!!!

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Hi Roshebrew, I keep soaked almonds in the frigerator so when I make a recipe they are already soaked... To answer your question, mine are measured after they have soaked as most soaked nut recipes are... I had to ask the same question just a few months back... We all have to learn... *GRIN*
Thanks Hannah.hunnicutt and Rosehebrew!!!

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Could you tell me if the 2 cups of almonds were the dry measure or measured after they are soaked? I always get confused on this with sprouted or soaked ingredients.
I don't usually do rich recipies but this looked good so I may try it.

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wow sounds great!!

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