Raw Vanilla Rooibos Tartlets

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Rooibos tea and vanilla bean: one of nature’s most heavenly combinations. If you’ve had the pleasure of experiencing a rooibos tea latte sweetened with vanilla almond milk (and if you haven’t…get on it!), you will be familiar already with how wonderful this combination is. Experience it in the form of a simple-to-prepare raw tartlet with this delectable treat by Clemence Moulaert, The Vegan Cookie Fairy.


For the crust
  • 50g dates, soaked for 2 hrs
  • 200g brazil nuts raw brazil nuts, roughly chopped and soaked for 2 hrs
For the cream filling
  • 200g raw cashew, soaked for 2 hrs
  • 50g dates, soaked for 2 hrs
  • 1 tsp vanilla paste (or use fresh seeds from vanilla pods to be completely raw)
  • 180ml (3/4 cup) strong, strong rooibos tea (I used 3 teabags and soaked them in 180ml (3/4 cup) hot water until the water was utterly dark)


For the crust
  1. Pulse all ingredients in a food processor or high-speed blender until a dough forms.
  2. Press into 3 greased tartlet moulds. They will be rather soft, so bake or dehydrate for a short while if desired.
For the cream filling
  1. Blend all ingredients till smooth. Pour into the moulds.
  1. Refrigerate to allow to set, preferably for a minimum of 1 hour.
  2. Dust with cacao and cinnamon if desired, and eat up!
Clemence MoulaertAbout Clemence Moulaert

Clémence Moulaert (Clem) is the vegan baker and cook behind The Vegan Cookie Fairy The Vegan Cookie Fairy. She became a vegan in March 2011, and soon after began experimenting with vegan baking to satisfy her sweet tooth. She tested her recipes on her friends, who started calling her the vegan cookie fairy—and so the blog was born. It reunites Clem’s greatest passions—food and writing. She has written a series of three e-books of vegan recipes, published by Luscious Books: The Vegan Cookie Fairy's Decadent Ice Creams Anyone Can Make, Little Book of Chocolate and Christmas Recipes. Clem lives in Scotland with her faithful companion: her cat, Mali. You can follow The Vegan Cookie Fairy on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Bloglovin."

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