thanks for the recipe, Wisteria! But, isnt the cake part of the
cake missing? I see a list of ingredients for the crust and the
icing, but no cake. OR is the sliced fruit considered the cake?
Have you made this?
I've never seen a crust that could go *over* fruit. Is it
supposed to be more like crumbles that are sort of sprinkled
over the fruit? SHould the whole thing come out like an apple
brown Betty or a cobbler more than a cake? Or am I just not
picturing it right?
--- wisteria <wisteria@...
> Sergei's Young Coconut Dream Cake
> - 1 cup raw unsoaked walnuts
> - 1/2 cup of your favorite pitted dates
> - 1/4 cup young coconut water
> - 4 table spoons of raw carob
> 1. Blend the walnuts and dates in a food processor till the
> mixture is smooth.
> 2. Mix in the 4 Tbs of carob and the coconut water.
> 3. Spread one layer of crust out on a plate.
> 4. Place sliced fruits on top of first layer.
> 5. Place second layer of crust on top.
> - 1 cup young coconut meat
> - water, enough to blend into thick topping
> - 1 tablespoon honey
> 1. Blend all the ingredients in a vita-mixer.
> 2. Spread icing on cake.
> 3. Decorate with fruit slices and nuts.
> * I have left Sergei's recipe intact. However, if you are a
> vegan, just leave the honey out of the icing. Plain coconut
> cream is sweet
> all by itself, or if you blend in a few dates, that will make
> it sweeter.
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