Alena Zlobina, founder of the "Taste & Color" project, an adherent of healthy eating and a self-development consultant, suggests trying a very unusual Easter cake. It will appeal not only to healthy lifestyle fans, but also vegans and raw foodists. Those who always do not have enough time will appreciate it, because they do not need to bake it.
- 1 slice of pumpkin
- 2 carrots
- 150 g of walnuts
- 10 dates
- 10 pieces. dried apricots
- 10 g ground cinnamon
- 50 g flax seeds
- 10 g grated cocoa beans
- 50 g raisins
- 2 bananas
- 1 orange
- 2 tbsp. l. agave syrup
- 2 tbsp. l. coconut oil
- 50 g coconut flakes
Peel the bananas, wrap in foil and place in the freezer for 5 hours.
Prepare the dough. Mix the walnuts, flax and cinnamon thoroughly and punch in a blender. Transfer the finished mixture to a plate.
Cut the pumpkin into large pieces and chop in a blender. Do the same with carrots. Add dates and dried apricots to the carrot puree and beat thoroughly. In a deep bowl, stir all the resulting ingredients until smooth. Add the filling if desired: raisins, dried fruits and candied fruits. Moisten your hands with water and mold a cake from the resulting carrot-pumpkin mass.
Prepare the cream. Combine the coconut oil, agave syrup and coconut flakes in a blender. Cut the frozen bananas into rings and chop the oranges into large pieces. Place the fruit in a blender and beat thoroughly until creamy.
Grease the finished cake with cream and garnish with pumpkin seeds and ground cocoa beans on top.
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