Raw Chocolate Tart with Goji Berries

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Only in raw food cuisine can you eat a dessert as decadent and tasty as this and be getting medicinal health benefits and a boost to your immune system with antioxidants, flavonoids, vitamins, minerals, and nourishing fats a plenty. Enjoy this delicious raw chocolate and goji berry tart by Stefania D’Alessandro of La Tortoise.

Ingredients

200 g sprouted & dehydrated buckwheat
30 g goji berries
4 tbsp coconut oil
4 + 2 tbsp homemade date syrup
water
1 small ripe avocado
100 g raw chocolate
goji berries, pecan nuts, raw cocoa and coconut flour to garnish

Instructions

Crust:

1) place buckwheat, goji berries, coconut oil and 4 tbsp of date syrup into your blender and blend until well combined (adding a tiny amount of water if need be).

2) Press firmly into a pan and place in the fridge to set.

Topping:

1) chop the chocolate with a knife, as finely as you can. Melt it over a bain marie (using warm water), stirring continuously.

2) Blend the avocado until smooth, then mix the avocado cream with the melted chocolate and 2 tbsp of date syrup.

3) Combine well, pour the cream onto the crust, garnish as you please and let it rest in the fridge for about 6 hours.

Stefania D'AlessandroAbout Stefania D'Alessandro

I'm Stefania, born in '85, Italian and living in Prague. I've been eating mainly plant-based food for years now, but I've been ispired to delve into raw food only recently, after I met an extraordinary healer from New Zealand and his Czech girlfriend. Witnessing how this philosophy affected their lives has been more eloquent and motivating than a thousand words, thus my current interest is to conciliate the cuisine I love and I'm used to (which has already been almost completely veganized) with raw food. When I don't fail miserably, I love to share some successful attempts on my blog. Besides "cooking", I'm a mathematician at the end of her "career" (willing to switch to food!), I've been practicing tai chi for two years (couldn't love it more), I enjoy learning new languages (or at least: trying to - under way: Czech and French), listening to music and talking to my stuffed toys.

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