Fig Rose Jazmin & Chocolate

A new mystical and oriental inspired sweet treat.

This great cake is a combo of super aromatic ingredients, featuring the Jazmin floral hydrosol, that evokes the romanticism and flavour of an arabian night.

The recipe is quite simple to put together and it uses coconut cream instead of cashew cream for the soft and fluffy white layer.

Ingredients

Crust
  • 8 Solomon dates
  • 3 TBS raw coconut flour
  • 1/2 cup or more of oat milk or any vegetal milk
White layer
  • 2 cans of coconut milk ( kept in the freezer overnight and then separated – the cream part from the watery part , we will be using the cream part ) 1 TBS Jazmin floral hydrosol 5 TBS raw coconut sugar 1 TBS lemon juice The peel from 1 lemon 1 tsp vanilla extract
Chocolate-fig layer
  • 2 ripe avocados 2 TBS coconut oil 4 TBS raw cacao powder ( or more depending on taste ) 1 drop cardamom essential oil 5 sweet figs 6 TBS coconut sugar or more

Instructions

Crust
  1. You need to process all the ingredients in a food processor and place the mixture on the bottom of a cake mould.
  2. Set aside and prepare the white layer
White layer
  1. Whip well the coconut cream with the sugar and all the other ingredients making sure it stays nice and fluffy. Place this fluffy cream on top of the crust and set in the freezer while you prepare the chocolate layer.
Chocolate layer
  1. Blend everything together till you obtain a smooth mouse like cream. Place this cream on top of the white mixture and set all in the freezer for like 2 hours.
  1. When you take it out decorate it with edible and dried rose petals and more figs!

Notes

The essential oils and hydrosols that I use in my recipes have also therapeutic effect.
Samia NoorAbout Samia Noor

Hi, I am Samia, life long vegetal alchemist, with studies in bio-chemistry and botanics, multi-passionate artist that can't concentrate on one thing and dark belly dancer with phoenician roots. I have dedicated the last 10 years of my life to the study of plants, their synergies and the way they nurture our bodies, creating unique and clever recipes that are good for both body and soul. Find Samia's work at Samialchemy.com

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