Rating5/5 (from 1 ratings)5
YieldServes 2-4 Depending on how hungry you are!
1 cup Walnuts, Chop in Food Processor
6 Medjool dates, Put in Food Processor with Walnuts & Coconut & Chop together until slightly sticky
2 tablespoon Coconut (shredded-dried)
½ cup coconut cream , young coconut meat that has been blended until smooth with just enough water or coconut water to make the blender keep moving. This works best in a high speed blender like a vitamix.
4 Medjool dates, pitted
peach or nectarine, pitted & chopped up
1 teaspoon vanilla (optional), Put all Filling ingredients in Food Processor & puree into a smooth filling.
peach or nectarine, chopped or sliced to put on top
Crust: Chop Walnuts in Food Processor, then add Dates & Coconuts & process until slightly sticky. Fill 4 – 1/2 cup dessert bowls or 2 – 1 cup dessert bowls with equal amounts of crust mixture & press against sides & bottom to form crust. You may put this in the frige while you make the filling to solidify the crust a little. I prefer it warm & crumbly.
Filling: Put coconut cream (you could use 2 bananas & leave out the coconut cream if you are in a hurry), banana, medjool dates, peach or nectarine & vanilla in food processor & process until smooth & well combined. Pour or spoon equal amounts into each crust.
Topping: Arrange sliced or chopped peaches or nectarines on top of each pie & ENJOY!
You can chill this for an hour or so if you prefer it that way.
This recipe works Very well with Strawberries too!
Warning: Because there is no thickener used, this recipe is best done in individual serving size bowls. If you put it in a pie pan, it will be a bit runny.
Luv-2B-raw's ThoughtsBy luv-2B-raw
I made this for breakfast a few days ago, because I had some bananas & nectarines that were getting quite ripe. It was a HUGE hit! Hope you will all enjoy it too!
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