Yield8 or more, depending upon size of slices
2 C of walnuts, soaked and dehydrated (though, I did not dehydrate mine)
1 C of raisins
1 t nutmeg
4 C macadamia nuts, soaked
1.5 C coconut oil
1 C mixed berries
1 C agave nectar
.75 C lemon juice
.75 C filtered water
4 T psyllium powder
2 t vanilla flavor / extract
.5 C mixed berries
12 pitted, soaked dates
Process ingredients in food processor until they are uniform then line the bottom of a springform pan with plastic and spread the mix evenly over the bottom of the pan.
Blend all ingredients until smooth, adding water as needed. Pour the mix atop the crust and freeze for 20 minutes
Blend strained dates and berries until smooth. Once filling is set, spread the topping over the filling and freeze for 1 hour.
You'll then have an extremely yummy "cheese" cake for desert or breakfast, or any time of the day, really. It's soooo good.
Scott's ThoughtsBy Scott
This very berry cheesecake is a recipe from Raw Soul in Harlem, New York, a down right incredible and delicious raw restaurant with a flare for southern spice and flavor but also a knack for creating wonderful treats, whatever they may be. I made my first one this week and have been trying to slowly enjoy it day-by-day (as well as passing it out to friends / neighbors) so as to not eat too many "unchewed" nuts. My 2 1/2 year likes the flavor, but not the texture, so he licks it! Too funny. Next time I make one I will try to post a picture. Also, it's sooo easy, it really only takes minutes (minus the freezing and soaking times, which aren't work anyway :)).
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