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Raw Berry Tarts

Heading into the Christmas period, I’m always on the lookout for delicious desserts that pack a nutrient punch.

Heading into the Christmas period, I’m always on the lookout for delicious desserts that pack a nutrient punch.

With all the sugary sweets going around this time of year, sometimes it’s nice to also have a healthier option (which people will never guess is ‘healthy’). These Raw Berry Tarts do the trick!

They are so easy to whip up and you can’t really go wrong. I enriched the tart base with Whey Protein Powder and Chia Seeds for added protein and good fats, and the two-ingredient filling (how easy is that!) is flavoured with antioxidant rich Bare Berries freeze-dried berry powder.

Gluten-free | Grain-free


Raw Berry Tart

Raw Berry Tarts

Servings
8
Prep time
15 minutes
Total Time
15 minutes
Ingredients

For the tart shells

  • 3/4 cup raw cashew nuts
  • 1 x 20ml tablespoon Bare Blends Black Chia Seeds
  • 2 x 20ml tablespoons Bare Blends Bare Whey Protein Isolate (or their Vanilla & Coconut Plant Protein)
  • 2 x 20ml tablespoons rice malt syrup
  • 1 x 20ml tablespoon extra virgin coconut oil, melted

For the filling

  • 1/2 cup thick portion of refrigerated coconut cream *
  • 2 x 20ml tablespoons Bare Blends Bare Berries
  • Fresh or frozen raspberries for topping

Directions

1. To make the tart shells, blend the cashew nuts and Chia Seeds in a food processor until you get fine crumbs. Add the Bare Whey protein, rice malt syrup and coconut oil and blend until everything is well combined. 2. Divide the mixture up into 8 balls and press each ball into a non-stick silicone mini muffin tray (or a solid mini muffin tray lined with patty pans to allow for removal). Set aside in the fridge or freezer until firm. 3. While the tart shells are firming up, mix the coconut cream and Bare Berries powder together in a bowl until well combined and smooth. Cover and set aside in the fridge until ready to serve. 4. Once the tart shells are set, pop them out of the silicone tray and place on a serving dish. Just before serving, spoon the berry filling into the tart shells and top with a raspberry. Enjoy straight away. * Leave a 400ml can of coconut cream (look for an organic one if possible) in the fridge overnight. The cream will separate leaving the thick portion at the top of the can and the liquid portion at the bottom. Carefully spoon out the thick portion to use in the recipe (you can use up the liquid potion by adding it to a smoothie!).


Lilian Dikmans

Hi, I'm Lilian. Lilian Dikmans if you like full names. I'm a lawyer from Melbourne, Australia who recently stepped out of the corporate world to pursue my love for food, health and fitness. I'm all about simple, nourishing meals and healthy treats. I eat well because I like to feel good. I'm addicted to Muay Thai and I love yoga, mountains and good coffee. I started my blog to share my recipes and efforts to live a healthy life - Real Food Healthy Body.

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