Recipe Directions

First 6 ingredients: Process everything in a high speed blender or a food processor. Set aside.

Mix all the wild berries with the yacon syrup. Let these berries marinate for 2 hrs. in a bowl at room temperature. After drain the berry juice into a high speed blender container with half the berries. Blend until smooth. Mix the smooth berry mixture with the whole berries.

Blend the banana and the other ingredients that follow in a high speed blender or food processor till a melted ice cream consistency. Set aside.

Assembly: Take a 6 inch round glass pie pan or a small glass bowl. Put a handful of the crust in it and begin pressing it into the bottom of the bowl. Add more crust if needed. Line only the bottom part of the pan or bowl. Do not put crust on the sides. Now, add the berry filling into the bowl and put into the freezer for 3-4 hours until hard. Take it out and put the other half of the crust on top. Press it down and put into freezer for another 30 mins until set. When you are ready to enjoy it, take a knife and run it along the sides of the bowl/pan until the cobbler will release. Take a plate, cover the top of the cobbler bowl and slowly flip it so the cake pops out of the bowl and on to the plate. Cut it in half and pour the custard cream in the center. Garnish with fresh berries and orange zest.

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A tasty and nutrient dense cobbler! Enjoy with a maca custard cream. by rawguru.com

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Thanks rawguru! When I run out of my ground maca I'll be sure to try the maca bites!

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Maca Crispy Bites is my favorite type of maca to eat. Very delicious and crunchy. They are made with 100% pure and natural certified organic Black Maca roots, traditionally grown by local farmers in the highlands of Peru. Get your energy and vitality supported with Maca Crispy Bites. We start with Raw Organic Maca and using a specially developed, no heat process, it is gelatinized (the starch is removed). Basically, it is soaked in water. Then the maca is dried at low temperature to preserve the active ingredients and ground into small pieces. These crispy bites are better than twice the strength of regular ground whole maca. These pieces are great to chew on or use in recipes or sprinkle on foods.

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Rawguru, may I ask what are maca bites? That custard cream sounds awesome. I will make it sometime! I LOVE the idea of combining maca with banana and mac nuts! Awesome! Keep posting recipes! :)

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Maca and yacon together, yummy.

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Thank you for checking it out! You can find another picture of it from the current newsletter. http://www.rawguru.com/wild-berries.html

Wild Berry Cobbler with Maca Custard Cream

Serves 2

Crumble Crust

1 cup unsoaked almonds

2 tbs. coconut flakes

1/2 cup and 1 tbs. dried mulberries

1/4 tsp. vanilla powder

1 tbs. yacon syrup

1/4 tsp. Premier mineral salt

*Process everything in a high speed blender or a food processor. Set aside.

Wild Berry Filling

1/4 cup of the following:

wild blackberries

wild blueberries

wild blue huckleberries

wild red huckleberries

1 tbs. yacon syrup

* Let these berries marinate for 2 hrs. in a bowl at room temperature. After drain the berry juice into a high speed blender container with half the berries. Blend until smooth. Mix the smooth berry mixture with the whole berries.

Maca Custard Cream

2 frozen bananas (chopped)

1 tbs. maca (any type, I prefer macapunch 6:1 extract)

1 tsp. maca bites

1 handful macadamia nuts

1 tbs. lucuma powder

1 tbs. coconut oil

1/3 cup water

*Blend everything in a high speed blender or food processor till a melted ice cream consistency. Set aside.

Assembly: Take a 6 inch round glass pie pan or a small glass bowl. Put a handful of the crust in it and begin pressing it into the bottom of the bowl. Add more crust if needed. Line only the bottom part of the pan or bowl. Do not put crust on the sides. Now, add the berry filling into the bowl and put into the freezer for 3-4 hours until hard. Take it out and put the other half of the crust on top. Press it down and put into freezer for another 30 mins until set. When you are ready to enjoy it, take a knife and run it along the sides of the bowl/pan until the cobbler will release. Take a plate, cover the top of the cobbler bowl and slowly flip it so the cake pops out of the bowl and on to the plate. Cut it in half and pour the custard cream in the center. Garnish with fresh berries and orange zest.

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Hi RawGuru, just wanted to say I love your website! You carry such good chocolate. :)

Oh, and this looks great. LOVE IT!! Keep posting!

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waterbaby, I think the crust is the first six ingredients but ya some clarifying on the bananas would be great. It looks so tasty!

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Am I missing something, which ingredients are part of the crust and which are part of the custard cream??? Do the last 6 ingredients go with the bananas or just some of them and the rest make up the crust or is there no crust recipe???

The photo and ingredient list, look and sound delicious, just need a clearification... Thanks in advance for straightening me out!!!

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wow ... i want this cake right now! :p

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This looks awesome! I think i'll have to break down and buy some Maca and Lucuma. I will have to do some research to find out what Maca Bites are as well... this looks like an awesome dessert for a nice raw dinner with friends :) Thanks!

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Okay... just looked at your profile and website... found the berries 1# and 3# bags... awesome!

Keep those recipes coming so we know what to do with all those great foods! I have maca I have hardly used yet.

Namaste,

QT

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RawGuru

This is a professional looking photo and recipe! You must be a raw food chef! :)

Thanks for sharing this.

Questions: Did you use the white dried mulberries as the crust looks golden?

I have bought the small snack package of these and they are so good. I'm assuming a larger bag is available... but where?

Thanks Again,

QT

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