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Raw hazelnut cake with chocolate cream

 Raw vegan delicacies are becoming increasingly popular. They are quick to prepare and incredibly delicious. Try it yourself!


Ingredients for 20 pieces


Floor:

500g whole hazelnuts

100 grams of rolled oats

10-12 dates (large Medjool dates, otherwise use a little more)

1-2 tbsp raw cocoa powder

a pinch of salt

100ml of water


Cream:

300 g whole cashew nuts

4 tbsp melted coconut oil

6-7 tbsp agave syrup

6 tbsp coconut cream (coconut milk refrigerate overnight)

5 tbsp raw cocoa powder


Decoration:

4 tbsp whole hazelnuts


Preparation


For the base, remove the stone from the dates and roughly chop the dates. Blend together with the hazelnuts in a food processor or high-speed blender until both are very fine pieces. Add all the remaining ingredients and mix until a small ball forms. Scrape the sides of the dough with a spatula and mix again.

Line a large square baking tin (or two small ones) with baking paper and press the mixture evenly into the baking tin with your hands or the spatula. (approx. 2-three cm high) (A huge spoon additionally works splendidly.) cover once more with a 2nd layer of baking paper and clean out the combination. Then freeze the crust on the cooling shelf or in the fridge for at least an hour until everything has set.

In the meantime, prepare the cream by finely grinding the cashew nuts in the food processor and then adding the remaining ingredients (except for the raw cocoa powder). Mix everything well (for about 3-4 minutes) until you get a fine cream. Then add the raw cocoa powder and mix again until everything is well combined. Again scrape the mass from the sides with a spatula from time to time.

Take the base out of the fridge and spread the cream evenly over it. (approx. 3-4 cm high) Roughly chop the hazelnuts and place on top for decoration. Again, put the raw cake in the fridge or in a cold place to firm up. (approx. 1 hour) Cut into small pieces and enjoy. The cake will keep in the fridge for up to a week.

Andrea's recipe. She shares healthy recipes and her passion for yoga and travel on her website eatwithandrea.com. Anyone who shares this interest with Andrea should definitely stop by more often.Q