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Raw Coconut Lime Cream Pie

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Raw Coconut Lime Cream Pie

It all began back when I took my trip to Sydney for a conference in March.  I stayed in one of my friends place in the Bondi Area where heaps of cool surfing types hang out.  It was a very crispy sunny day, around midday, where the temperature was rising and I was just looking around the area to see if I could find any funky restaurants.   Me being me, I soon found a cute little organic cafe and I ran in.  And IT happened!  I saw this beautiful creamy white pie thing.  I knew I had to try as it was too appealing to me!  I was in heaven for the next 10 mins with this silky, smooth and aromatic treat, and I knew I will attempt to make  my own coconut lime cream pie.

If you love coconut and lime, if you love something smooth and citrus – You Must Make This Now!

 

Raw Coconut Lime Cream Pie

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Crust Base

  • 1 cup Walnut
  • 3/4 cup Date
  • Pinch Sea Salt

Filling

  • 1 cup Young Coconut meat
  • 1/2 cup Macadamia (Soaked at least 4 hours)
  • 1/2 cup Young Coconut Water
  • 1/3 cup Raw honey or Coconut Nectar
  • 1/3 cup Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
  • Pinch Sea Salt
  • Juice of 2 Lime
  • Few Drops of Organic Alcohol Free Vanilla Extract

* Set aside the zest from the limes for garnish

How to make Raw Coconut Lime Cream Pie

  • Make the base : Put all your goody ingredients for the base into a blender and repeat the pulse until they becomes crumbs and stick together
  • Fill the bottom of a (7-8 in) cake tin, using fingers, make sure they stick on the bottom tightly
  • Make the filling : Throw all the ingredients for the filling together and blend until it gets nice and creamy
  • Garnish with the zest of the limes that you used for the filling
  • Store the pie in the freezer at least 4 hours
  • Serve and enjoy!!!!!

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I almost found the meaning of life when I tasted this. You might experience the same dilemma I had:  People love this pie.  You will be very glad to see them enjoy it, but when you see the pie disappear faster than light you will feel anxious at the same time. That’s okay!  Lets try again soon!

 

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With Gratitude and Love,

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Jayde

Jayde is a wellness coach, blogger, upcoming author, and speaker. Her unique approach allows her to empower females to reconnect with their true value and passion. She inspires women to 'nourish and adore' themselves, and live the healthy and balanced life that they deserve. Jayde's upcoming book focuses on emotional eating and the relationship that people have with their food.

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    Scott

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    I have a few questions concerning this recipe. The recipe contains this ingredient:

    1/2 cup Macadamia (Soaked at least 4 hours)

    Is this supposed to mean Macadamias as in Macadamia nuts? It also says soaked for 4 hours. Soaked in what?

    Do you really mean that the finished pie is to be stored in the freezer for four hours? Our freezer has a temperature of -18 degres Celsius (-0.4 Fahrenheit). In four hours the pie would be frozen solid like a brick. Or do you mean 4 hours in the fridge?

    Thanks,

    Scott

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      Jayde

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      Hi Scott,

      Yes, Macadamia is the Raw unsalted Macadamia Nuts and you can replace with raw cashew nuts. and soaked in filtered water. (To make it creamier – but if you use a high power blender like Vitamix, You don’t have to soak)
      Placing in the freezer is for solidifying and set the mixture (including Coconut Oil) in cold temperature, So after 4 hours It won’t get as hard as brick but more like sorbet texture. You can definitely place it in the fridge but it will take longer time to set properly. Another reason for placing in the freezer is that I find a lot easier to take the pie off from the tin when it is frozen and cut it while it is bit hard. I suggest to take it out to the room temperate 30 mins prior to serve so that the pie is soften.

      Hope it helps! Let me know if you have more questions :)

      Jayde

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