20150609_023442This is the nicest Raw Cheesecake ever … (That I’ve made anyway). Created in June 2015.
Here’s what you will need.
250gm soaked organic raw Almonds. (Soak raw cashews in purified water for 24 hours, drain and put aside).
½ cup organic dates
80gm organic raisins
1 cup desiccated coconut (or as my little 5 year old friend says, ‘dedicated coconut’, don’t you just love that?)
1 drop of DoTerra cinnamon Bark essential oil
½ teaspoon Organic Vanilla Essence
1 teaspoon Agave liquid syrup or honey

How to make it?
Place all ingredients into your food processor or fancy Thermomix if you have one, and process/blend until you have a consistency that can be moulded and pressed into a lightly oiled (with coconut oil) pie base. If you want it thick, use the lot, alternatively use any residue and roll into balls. Chill in the freezer while you are preparing the filling.
320 gm soaked cashews (have been soaked overnight in purified water and drained)
1 400 gm tin of organic coconut cream
½ teaspoon organic vanilla essence
5 drops of Doterra essential oil Lemon
3 tablespoons coconut oil
2 tablespoons pure honey or Agave
Pinch of Himalayan salt or alternative
Sprinkle of nutmeg – Shredded Coconut for topping

How to make filling:
Place all ingredients into your food processor, in order listed, and blend/process until you are happy with the consistency or the mixture is really creamy and yummy.   At this point you will be tempted to dip the spoon into the mixture and have a taste.  Take it easy, just a little taste on the spoon (don’t double dip).   Add a little more essential oil to suit your taste needs, but believe me, ‘less is more’ in this case.
Pour the filling into your prepared pie shell and set in the freezer for 1 hour. Serve with a sprinkle of nutmeg or cinnamon powder. Enjoy the blessings of this delightful dessert. Easy and fun to make.  Can be cut into pieces and chilled in the freezer, ready for your next movie night or special afternoon tea treat.
Blessings Annie Clark. 0402 166 187 web. www.bewell.com.au

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