Emily von Euw’s ‘rawsome vegan baking’ – Banana Ice-Cream Tarts with Salted Nutmeg Caramel + a giveaway!!


  Have you seen this yet?   Emily von Euw’s first compilation of  healthy desserts – all ‘Raw’ all ‘Vegan’ all simple and delicious. rawsome-cover At first glance, you wont know what to make first.  Then, with a quick review of the fresh, organic ingredients, you’ll realize just how simple it would be to make them ALL!   I started off with a quick batch of dehydrated Peanut Butter Cookies……I was actually coveting them, hoping my Husband didn’t ask to try one out….they lasted less than 24 hours.  Then I tried chocolate nut butter cups – equally simple and tasty.  Today I have the pleasure of sharing one of Emily’s delectable recipes from ‘rawsome vegan baking’ 

Banana Ice-Cream Tarts with Salted Nutmeg Caramel!

                                              

Emily von Euw's 'rawsome vegan baking' - Banana Ice-Cream Tarts with Salted Nutmeg Caramel + a giveaway!!

            You’ll say, ‘those  aren’t tarts?’ But that’s the beauty of Raw recipes. You can adapt just about anything into just what you like.  

              Same ingredients, different presentation.  Actually, this way you get a bigger serving………so, bowls or tarts, works for me!

Emily von Euw's 'rawsome vegan baking' - Banana Ice-Cream Tarts with Salted Nutmeg Caramel + a giveaway!!

                

                                                                            One problem you may encounter is not nibbling up your ingredients prior to making them into your dessert.

 

                                                                                                                              Hint:  buy extra.

 

Emily von Euw's 'rawsome vegan baking' - Banana Ice-Cream Tarts with Salted Nutmeg Caramel + a giveaway!!  So you’d like to gobble up some of Emily’s prize recipes in your own kitchen…….for free? Enter to win a copy of Emily’s book here and you’ll be on your way to ‘rawsome vegan baking’ yourself. Or if that’s not quick enough for you, it is available at major bookstores, including Costco,  Ebay,  or just jump on-line and pick one up from Amazon.  But still enter to win one for free of course,  I mean….duh?

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Banana Ice-Cream Tarts with Salted Nutmeg Caramel
Bliss! Banana bliss, that is. The crust of these tastes like butter tarts (a beloved Canadian pastry) and the filling is like banana bread ice cream. Need I say more? The answer is no. - Emily
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Ingredients
  1. Makes: 4 large tarts
  2. CRUST
  3. 1 cup (145 g) raw pecans
  4. 1 cup (145 g) raisins
  5. CARAMEL
  6. ½ cup (88 g) pitted dates barely covered in water
  7. Salt (optional)
  8. ½ teaspoon ground nutmeg
  9. 1 tablespoon (15 ml) melted coconut oil
  10. Water
  11. ICE CREAM
  12. 1 banana, frozen
  13. ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  14. ½ teaspoon vanilla powder
Instructions
  1. TO MAKE THE CRUST: Pulse the pecans into flour in your food processor. Add the raisins and process until they stick together. Press into tart molds and put in the fridge.
  2. TO MAKE THE CARAMEL: Blend all the ingredients until smooth, adding water, as needed.
  3. TO MAKE THE ICE CREAM: Cut up the banana, then throw the pieces into your blender along with the cinnamon and vanilla, and blend until very thick, white and creamy—it’s just like soft-serve! It will take just seconds, you may have to stop your blender and push the banana down into the blades so it can blend fully. Now fill your tart crusts with the ice cream and spoon on your caramel. Eat right away because the banana ice cream melts über fast!
Notes
  1. Recipe printed with permission.
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Emily von Euw's 'rawsome vegan baking' - Banana Ice-Cream Tarts with Salted Nutmeg Caramel + a giveaway!!

What you’ll really love about Emily’s recipes are the simplicity of the ingredients and techniques.  Pure, wholesome fruits and vegetables can make the most fabulous flavors.  Simple things that you can keep around the kitchen all the time to whip up a tasty, good-for-you dessert any time for family or friends in just minutes.  

Emily von Euw's 'rawsome vegan baking' - Banana Ice-Cream Tarts with Salted Nutmeg Caramel + a giveaway!!

 Thanks Emily ♥

Emily von Euw's 'rawsome vegan baking' - Banana Ice-Cream Tarts with Salted Nutmeg Caramel + a giveaway!! 

Giveaway runs through midnight EST, March 31st.  US & Canada residents only please.

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77 thoughts on “Emily von Euw’s ‘rawsome vegan baking’ – Banana Ice-Cream Tarts with Salted Nutmeg Caramel + a giveaway!!

  1. Saniel Underwood

    I make raw hummus, cereal, energy bars and desserts. I love the simple chia pudding or raw almond milk. Thanks for giveaway.

      1. narf77

        Yeah…I am stoic about it but I must admit to somewhat vicariously erasing the “plus a giveway” from the explanations beneath the pins that I pin on Pinterest 😉

  2. Lydia Claire

    I’ve made chocolate tofu pudding but I haven’t made any recipes yet that require something more than the Vitamix, yet.

  3. Brandee H

    I have tried to make a few of Emily’s recipes from her blog. They always look so good!! And once I got a good food processor, they were so easy to make!!

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      Wow, we certainly hope that it has that great effect on you and good luck 😉 Yeah, bananas were made for caramel and it’s amazing how close it tastes to the real unhealthy cream version too.
      Thanks!

  4. Marcia S

    I have not made a raw recipe before but now that I am eating more raw food I am going to start trying to make main dishes. It doesn’t look as hard as I thought! 🙂

  5. Mallory

    I have been making tons of raw soups and smoothies in my new vitamix… this book would be so helpful with dessert! I am definitely making these amazing looking banana tarts today!

  6. Leah S.

    I have never made a raw dessert before, I do not have a powerful blender or food processor, but I want to learn how to make them!

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      Well, lots of ingredients can get soft enough with soaking to be fine with a regular blender too. I use a Ninja which isn’t that much more powerful than a normal blender. (if you get Em’s book for free, maybe splurge on a blender upgrade? Or food processors can run as cheap as $30 or so……..hoping you enjoy it either way! Thanks for your comment ♥

  7. rika@vm

    I want to gobble up her raw desserts right now and it’s 1am! Can I have some of that Banana Ice-Cream Tarts with Salted Nutmeg Caramel? That looks divine! <3 <3

  8. rika@vm

    I tried a couple of raw recipes before – one was an avocado-lime soup with sour cream, avocado fries, chia seed burgers, and most of them are raw nut cheeses and hardly the sweet stuff. I think I need to try more raw sweet desserts!

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      I’ve made a couple soups that were all raw as well but I have to admit that we heated them to 145 before eating. I think it’s a good start to bring the raw veggies into your life and try to keep things as close to that state when you eat them. Any little bit of fresh can benefit your health. Desserts are easy. One of my first things I loved when I first dropped dairy from my diet was raw desserts! Good luck if you entered to win the book. I know you’ll enjoy it, thanks Rika!

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