Recipe Directions

1. Make the coconut milk in the blender
2. Add in cashews, agave, vanilla, coconut oil, and lecithin and 2 of the peaches. Blend until very smooth. Put in freezer to firm up a bit while you make the crust.
3. Prepare the crust.
Assembly:
1. Divide the crust and the peach cream each in half.
2. Press the nut crust into the bottom of a tall spring form pan. If you don’t have a spring form pan you can use a dish lined with plastic wrap.
3. Spoon one half of the cream onto the nut crust. Return to freezer to harden. Return the remaining halves of crust and cream that haven’t been put on the pie yet to the fridge.
4. Once cream has hardened, press the second half of the crust on top of it.
5. Top off with the second half of the peach cream on top of that.
6. Garnish with remaining peach.
7. Enjoy
Note: If you don’t want to spend the time letting the first layer of cream harden so you can push the second layer of crust onto it, you can just put all the crust on the bottom and top with all the cream.

Erin's Thoughts

For the cream I adapted the Whipped Cream recipe on The Sunny Raw Kitchen website. For the crust layers I used dates, brazil nuts, lots of dried coconut and a few blueberries I had sitting around. You can use whatever crust recipe you’d like though.

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Didn't work for me, unfortunately. The 1 cup coconut oil made it way to oily for my personal taste. Maybe I did something wrong along the way, though?
Anyways, thank you for posting this. It looks lovely on the picture.

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lol thank you! looks really good btw yum yum

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miss souffle - The lecithin just works as an emulsifier, but I have made this without it and it still works. You could you guar gum if you want. If you use neither, just make sure the pie is firm before serving.

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oh can i use guar gum instead of lecithin powder? whats the licithin for actually?

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uhhh yum!!

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This looks soooo good! I'm going to have to try it.

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clr-1976, A basic crust recipe would be any dried fruit blended up with nut/seed of your choice. You want to make sure that you have at least enough dried fruit so that when you take a handful and squeeze it, it sticks together. That is the basic crust, but you can add anything to it like: chocolate, fresh fruit, coconut, etc. Hope that helps, sorry I wasn't more descriptive.

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Ok, just read the top.. (use your eyes Claire) being very dense...

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This looks gorgeous! Sorry to be dense but does this mean to look it up somewhere? -'dried fruit nut crust recipes'

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Beautiful!

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That's 1/4 cup agave nectar. Sorry about that, my computer was malfunctioning a little while I was trying to post this. Let me know how it comes out! It's delicious.

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What is a can of Agave? Is this a cup? This looks fabulous and I will make this tomorrow!

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this is lovely , beautiful presintation too

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