5 incredibly delicious raw food desserts. Master class 23

5 incredibly delicious raw food desserts. Master class 23

Switching to a new diet, whether it’s veganism, raw food, or just improving the quality of food consumed, I want to make drastic changes right away. However, small, gradual changes are usually more stable than rapid and abrupt ones. 5 incredibly delicious raw food desserts.

Spring and summer are the perfect time to experiment with including more raw food in the diet, as the season of a wide variety of fruits and vegetables begins. In addition, light and refreshing raw food recipes are really what you need on hot, sunny days.

Raw food provides the body with disease-fighting antioxidants, beneficial fiber for the intestines, anti-inflammation polyphenols, and many nutritious vitamins and minerals!

#1.Raw tomato and basil tart

You definitely need to try this fragrant tomato-basil tart to believe how delicious it is. Cooking it is not difficult at all.

The list of ingredients indicates salt with herbs. This is a great addition to a variety of dishes, but if it is not at hand, simple sea salt is also suitable.

Raw tomato and basil tart
Raw tomato and basil tart


Designed for 6 servings

For the filling:
Avocado 1 piece
Cashew nuts soaked for several hours and washed 1 cup
Coconut oil, melted or softened in a water bath 6 tablespoons
Garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon
Onion powder 1 teaspoon
Lemon juice 3 tablespoons
Fresh basil 2 tablespoons
Sea salt to taste
Water 1/2 cup

For tomato salad:
Tomatoes, cut into 3 pieces
Thyme 2 teaspoons
Olive oil 1 teaspoon
Sea salt with herbs or plain sea salt to taste
Small zucchini, cut into strips 1 pc
For powder:
Macadamia nuts 4 pcs
Sea salt to taste


Cooking time 25 minutes

Put all the ingredients for the filling in a blender and grind until smooth. Depending on the fiber content of the avocado, it may require some more water.

Pour the filling into a pre-prepared raw food cake for deep pies or into another similar unsweetened raw food base and put it in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours, but preferably overnight.

Just before serving the tart, mix all the ingredients for the salad in a cup and put them on the frozen filling.

Grate macadamia nuts on a fine grater and mix them with sea salt. Sprinkle the tart with the resulting mixture. Serve immediately.

#2.Raw pumpkin and lemon cakes. 5 incredibly delicious raw food desserts.

These raw-food portioned pumpkin cakes turn out to be spicy, tasty, and healthy. They have an amazing texture, they don’t get too hard even after freezing in the freezer.

They are based on nuts, dates, flaxseeds, cinnamon, and coconut oil. The filling includes cashew nuts, pumpkin puree, agave syrup, coconut milk, nutmeg, and lemon. Lemon neutralizes the taste of cashews and gives the filling a slight sourness.

Cakes are prepared very easily, although they require quite a long cooling. Despite the richness of healthy ingredients, they do not cause any feeling of heaviness after consumption.

Raw pumpkin and lemon cakes
Raw pumpkin and lemon cakes


Designed for 12 servings

For the filling:
Cashew nuts soaked for several hours or overnight 1 cup
Crushed pumpkin in mashed potatoes 1 cup
Cinnamon 1 teaspoon
Nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon
Coconut milk 3 tablespoons
Vanilla extract 1 teaspoon
1/2 cup agave syrup
Juice of 0.5 lemon
Sea salt to taste

For the basics:

Pitted dates 20 pcs
Nuts (here almonds, pecans, and cashews) 2 cups
Ground flax seeds 2 tablespoons
Coconut oil 1 teaspoon
Cinnamon 1 teaspoon

For decoration:

Almond paste, pumpkin seeds, pecans


Cooking time 25 minutes

Pre-soak the cashew nuts intended for filling in water for several hours or overnight. This is necessary so that the consistency of the filling is as homogeneous as possible.
To make the base, place the dates in a food processor and chop them so that they begin to gather into a ball. Put the dates out of the combine and put them aside.
Put nuts, flax seeds, cinnamon, coconut oil, and salt in a combine and grind until coarse flour is obtained, then add dates to the mixture. Scroll again so that everything is well mixed.
Put the resulting dough into a rectangular baking dish, flatten it and seal it. Put the base in the freezer while the filling is being prepared.
To make the filling, drain the water from the soaked cashew nuts, place them in a food processor along with the rest of the ingredients and grind until a homogeneous, smooth mass is obtained.
Remove the base from the freezer, spread the filling over it, cover and put it back in the freezer for a few hours or overnight.
Before serving, let the workpiece stand for a while at room temperature to make it easier to cut, decorate the cakes with almond paste, nuts, and seeds, if desired, and serve.

#3.Beetroot cookies. 5 incredibly delicious raw food desserts.

Beetroot is very tasty and at the same time incredibly useful. However, this root vegetable is not the only superfood in the recipe.

Its natural sweetness is complemented by goji berries, which give the liver a more intense flavor, always surprising and pleasing. These berries are full of nutrients and serve as a good source of vitamins A and C, as well as iron and fiber.

In addition to beets and goji berries, buckwheat, oats, and raisins are used in the recipe. Cookies are decorated with melted chocolate and an additional handful of crushed goji berries. Thanks to this, it turns out not only delicious, but also beautiful, and just can’t help liking it.

Beetroot cookies
Beetroot cookies


Designed for 12 servings
Peeled and chopped beets 1.5 cups
Raisins soaked in 1 cup
Goji berries soaked in 1/4 cup
Buckwheat flour 1/2 cup
Oatmeal 3 tablespoons

For decoration:
Crushed goji berries 1 tablespoon
Melted chocolate 2 tablespoons


Cooking time 15 minutes

Put all the ingredients in a food processor and grind until a relatively homogeneous dough is obtained.

To make candy from the dough, put it in the refrigerator for about 20 minutes. Get the dough out of the refrigerator and form balls out of it. Serve immediately.

To form cookies from the dough, take it out of the food processor and roll it into a ball. Roll out the ball with a rolling pin into the formation. The resulting layer is cut into cookies of any convenient shape.

Spread the cookies on a non-stick dehydrator sheet and dehydrate for 3-4 hours at a temperature of 104F. Turn the cookies over and remove the non-stick sheet.

Dehydrate for another 2-3 hours until the cookies are dried on the outside, remaining soft inside.

Decorate the finished cookies with raw chocolate melted in a water bath and sprinkle with crushed goji berries.

Store cookies in the refrigerator in a tightly closed container on a sheet of parchment paper.

#4.Orange and cranberry candies. 5 incredibly delicious raw food desserts.

These fruit and nut candies can be prepared in advance and stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks, they can be served as a dessert for afternoon tea and dinner.

They are made from nuts, dried cranberries, dates, and orange peel, which are crushed and mixed with the addition of orange juice. The final touch is a crumb of pistachios, which serves as a “breading” for the formed candies.

Orange and cranberry candies
Orange and cranberry candies


Designed for 20 servings
Raw pistachios 1/2 cup
Almonds  raw 5.29oz
Fine sea salt to taste
Large dates pitted 15 pcs
Zest half an orange
Orange juice 3 tablespoons
Dried cranberries 2 tablespoons


Cooking time 20 minutes

Place 0.25 cups of pistachios in a food processor and grind until fine crumbs are obtained. Put it aside.

Place the almonds, remaining pistachios, and salt in a food processor and grind until fine crumbs are obtained.

Add dates, orange zest, and orange juice and scroll all together so that the mixture begins to gather into a “dough”.

Add the dried cranberries and run the combine for a while again to mix everything up. In the resulting mass, pieces of cranberries should be visible.

Form small balls using 1 tablespoon per piece. Roll each ball in pistachio crumbs and put it in the refrigerator for at least an hour. Store in a tightly closed container in the refrigerator.

#5.Raw lemon-avocado mousse

This stunningly smooth, silky mousse. The taste of mousse is really delicious! It’s hard to think of a better way to use avocados and frozen bananas. Served chilled, a little sweet and savory, it just melts in your mouth.

The best additional ingredients for it are goji berries and walnuts, which give it nutritional value. The process of making mousse is extremely simple. A few minutes — and he is ready to serve. You can eat it both for breakfast and as an addition to lunch and dinner.

Raw lemon-avocado mousse
Raw lemon-avocado mousse


Designed for 1 serving
Avocado 1 piece
Frozen banana 1 piece
Lemon juice 4 tablespoons
Liquid Sweetener (honey, agave syrup) 1 tablespoon
Match powder 1/4 teaspoon
For the topping, chia seeds, goji berries, walnuts,
ripe banana, peeled, sliced, and frozen in a tightly closed container.


Cooking time 10 minutes

Place all the ingredients for the mousse in a high-speed blender and grind until a homogeneous, smooth mass is obtained, resembling the consistency of soft ice cream. Add any ingredients to the topping.