Raw Apple Caramel Pie

Here’s a raw twist to a traditional holiday pie, the apple pie. For this recipe I chose Fujiapples, for their sweet juicy flavor. But you can use any variety of apples you prefer when making an apple pie. The variety of apple will determine how tart or sweet the pie is. Enjoy! Here’s the recipe:Crust.Ingredients:1 … Continue reading Raw Apple Caramel Pie

Lemon Coconut Pie (made with Meyer Lemons)

Meyer lemons are perfectly tart and slightly sweet. The flavors of the Meyers lemons go great  with the Young Thai Coconuts used to make this next recipe. It’s the perfect dessert to serve any time of year. Enjoy! For the crust. Ingredients:1 cup raw Brazil nuts (ground to a powder)1/2 cup raw cashews (ground to … Continue reading Lemon Coconut Pie (made with Meyer Lemons)

Delicious Drupe Raw Nut-Cheese Cake

Apricots and Peaches are considered drupes because of the large wooded seed inside them referred to as a pit. They are delicious, sweet and juicy, yet tart and zesty. Enjoy the fresh or frozen, or combined in my delicious creamy raw nut-cheese cake. Enjoy!Crust.Ingredients:2 cups raw Brazil nuts1/4 – 1/2 cup raw pecans1 cup dates … Continue reading Delicious Drupe Raw Nut-Cheese Cake

Carob-Cacao Cream Pie

Carob is considered an alternative to chocolate. Although carob is similar to cacao (chocolate) in appearance, it is quite different. Carob has a milder sweeter flavor profile than that of chocolate, and is nutritionally very different. So if you’re “chocolate” intolerant, carob is a great choice. I enjoy carob from time to time. In fact, … Continue reading Carob-Cacao Cream Pie

Caramel Apple Crumble Pie

I love the fall season, especially in Arizona. The temperature is just right, not too hot and not too cold. The fall season brings great seasonal treats, such as delicious pumpkins, squashes, dark greens, and delicious apples of all varieties. Nothing better than delicious seasonal harvest pies!Apples and caramel are a great combination. To make … Continue reading Caramel Apple Crumble Pie

Butternut Squash Pie

This is the perfect raw dessert to serve during the holidays. It’s a lot easier to make then it make seem. If you love squash, pumpkin pie, sweet potato pie, or just pie, you will love this recipe. Enjoy!For the crust.Ingredients:3 cups pecans1 1/2-2 cups pitted dates1/4 tsp. vanilla extract1/8 tsp. sea saltPreparation:Blend ingredients in … Continue reading Butternut Squash Pie

Berry Cheesecake

I originally posted this recipe in the summer of 2009. The idea came to me when my son and I were practicing video taping my food preparation. Needless to say, the video was so-so, but the recipe was a hit! Here’s the recipe:For the crust.Ingredients:1 cup walnuts (dry)1 cup pecans (dry)8 pitted datespinch Himalayan SaltPreparation:Mix … Continue reading Berry Cheesecake

Creamy Pear Tart

I love pears. I’m always looking for new ways to enjoy them. I recently came across an old recipe of mine from October of 2010, my Creamy Pear Tart. This raw dessert has the perfect amount of sweetness, with a deliciously moist crust. The texture and flavor of this pie is truly enjoyable. The best … Continue reading Creamy Pear Tart

Super-Crunch Cacao-Cream Pie

This delicious pie is easy to make, and super creamy with a real nice crumbly crust. When I originally posted this recipe back in August of 2009, I used my blender since my food processor at the time was broken. You can easily improvise by grinding the nuts for the crust in a coffee grinder, … Continue reading Super-Crunch Cacao-Cream Pie

Raw Apple Caramel Pie

Now that the holidays are here, it's fun to create delicious pies and treats. I found a bag of yummy sweet Fuji apples at Whole Foods and decided to make a raw apple caramel pie. I enjoy sweet apple pies and tart apple pies.  The variety of apple you use will determine how tart or … Continue reading Raw Apple Caramel Pie