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Raw Food Recipe Pluot Tart

Ok…what the heck is a Pluot? Apparently it is a cross between a plum and an apricot! I picked up some of these tasty little gems at the store. They have a sweet, plum-like flesh with a tart skin. They are very juicy! Pluots are low in calories (one typically has only 30), high in vitamin C, A and beta carotene. Beautiful to look at, I decided to whip up a little tart.

 

 

Since plums are great friends with almonds, and the traditional pumpkin pie-type spices, I threw together a quick almond crust and spiked the filling with cinnamon, ginger and cloves! A little bite of heaven awaits you with this tart. Once again…a raw food recipe that requires no dehydrator.

 

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11 Comments

  1. June wrote on October 19, 2012

    I see we need to soak the cashews and after reading a number of articles here it sounds like the soak time is from 6-8 hours (overnight was mentioned) is that right? Thanks from a newbie to raw and vegan diet!

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    • Susan wrote on October 19, 2012

      I often soak the nuts overnight in the refrigerator because it is easy to throw them in when I go to bed and they are ready in the morning. Minimum soak time is usually 6 hours. Cheers!

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