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Raw Tiramisu Slice

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Raw Tiramisu Slice

Raw Tiramisu Slice

Who doesn’t love Tiramisu? I mean really…

Grab all your coffee loving friends and send the invite far, and wide. Because this Raw Tiramisu Slice is AAAAAmmmmAAAAzing, to say the least.

First Things First, grab a coffee and lets go

This recipe is for a 9′ by 9′ square cake tin.

Firstly line your tin with cling film so your slice will come out easily without destroying your masterpiece.


1 cup Macadamias – Soaked for at least 4 hours – Drained and Rinsed.


1 cup Pecans

1 cup unsweetened Shredded Coconut

1 cup Sultanas or Raisins

2 Tbs of instant Organic Coffee or Ground Up Coffee Beans

1.5Tbs Raw Organic Cacao


In a food processor pulse your Pecans to a chunky consistency.

Remover and blend all of your other ingredients together.

Add your pecans back to the food processor and add about 30-50mls of water and pulse to create moisture to the base.

Remove and pat firmly into your lined tin – Put in the freezer to set.


1 cup of Hazelnut meal

1/2 cup Shredded Coconut

1 cup of dates (soaked in 1/2 cup of water and 1 tbs of instant coffee)

1/2 Tbs Raw Cacao

1/2 Tbs Mesquite


Blend ingredients in your food processor on high until combined.

Remove your tin from the freezer and spread the layer evenly – Return to freezer.


1 cup of Macadamia mentioned at the beginning of this recipe – Soaked, drained and rinsed.

1.5 Tbs Maple Syrup

30g Melted Cacao Butter

1 tsp Vanilla

1/4 cup Coconut Cream

1/2 cup of Water

Pinch of Salt

1/8 tsp Cinnamon

METHOD Blend on high for a few minutes until smooth, add while still blending add;

1/4 cup Coconut Oil

Continue to blend for another minute until creamy.

If you think it is too wet, you can add 1/4 cup of coconut, ground into a fine flour to soak up a little moisture.

Remove your tin from the freezer, and spread your last layer evenly.

I like to decorate the cake at this point so it all sets together.

For this one I dusted some Raw Cacao, Dark Chocolate shavings and a Coffee Bean if you like.

Pop in the freezer for about 2 hours to set, then remove and to cut into desired pieces.

Serve with a side of coffee with your favorite nut-based milk. I love a good creamy cashew!

Bon appetite ~ Paula x