There are coffee lovers and tea lovers. And although I quite often enjoy a cup of tea (mostly herbal), a good tiramisu can't be made without coffee. In case you are wondering if drinking coffee is healthy, check out this post.
A delicious tiramisu combines slight sweetness with a mild coffee flavor and a chewiness of the dough. A real tiramisu is not fluffy but rather creamy (when made with mascarpone). But what if a lactose intolerant person wants to enjoy delicious and creamy tiramisu? She makes this raw version! It is raw, gluten-free and lactose free. So that everyone can enjoy tiramisu, no matter the intolerance.
120 grams dates, soaked, pitted
100 grams hazelnuts
80 grams cashew nuts
1 tbsp coconut oil
200 grams cashew nuts, soaked overnight or for at least 3 hours
80 ml coconut milk
60 grams coconut oil
80 ml maple syrup
1 espresso (around 20 ml)
a pinch of vanilla
a pinch of salt
1. In a food processor, process nuts, set aside. Process dates, combine with nuts and coconut oil.
2. Press the dough into a circular form. Put to freezer to set.
3. In a blender, combine all ingredients until you get a creamy texture.
4. Pour the cream onto the base and freeze for at least 3 hours.
5. Decorate with raw cacao.