Bluberry pie with fresh fruits

I love this combination of flavours and colours. I know that blueberry taste the best in Jun but sometimes is so difficult to wait till then:-). So sometimes I  buy and make delicious dessert like this one. I made a small pie and a few jar size desserts for breakfast. Yes this pie you can serve morning or evening if you like. 

The pie is 100% raw, vegan and gluten free, totally healthy type of treats, so make one for yourself and for a family:-)


Ingredients for the crust:

300 g pitted dates soaked in hot water for 30 minutes 

100 g any favourite nuts, I used peanuts 

20 g coconut oil, melted


Ingredients for the filling:

250 g blueberries

200 g cashew nuts, soaked overnight 

100 g coconut oil, melted

1 tsp vanilla extract 

2 tbs rice syrup 


Process all the ingredients for the crust in a food processor with an S-blade.

Transfer the crust mixture to a 20 cm loose-based tart tin. Using a spun press the mixture evenly into the base of the tin and half way up the side.

To prepare the filing, blend all the ingredients in a high- speed blender until smooth and creamy.

Pour the filling into shaped crust and shake the tin to even out the filling.

Put tin to a frige and refrigerate for 5 hours.

Serve with fresh fruits


Raw food, sun dry tomatoes burgers

Very moreish and surprisingly very good tasted burgers. I couldn't believe that a raw food, deferent than salad, vegetables or fruits can taste delicious. So I checked and I'm so happy that I did it. When me and my husband tried we both thought that they really tasted like a traditional burgers:-).
You have to try and see for your self, the only thing you'll need is dehydrator or oven with low temperature settings, and a little time:-)



130 g sunflower seeds, soaked for 4 hours

70 g peanuts, soaked for 4 hours

50 g sun dried tomatoes, soaked for 4 hours

40 ml sun dried tomato soaking water 

1/2 onion, roughly chopped

1 clove of garlic

5 g parsley

1 tsp grater fresh ginger

1/4 tsp cumin powder

1/4 tsp ground black pepper

1/2 tsp salt


Combine all the ingredients in a food processor with an S-blade. Mix until you get a thick, grainy paste. 

Using your hands, form 12 round shape burgers, each about 3 cm thick. Arrange them, spaced out, over mesh trays and dehydrate for 10 hours at 48 C . After that time unstick them from the tray, turn them over and dehydrate for another 4 hours.

You can serve them on a bread bun or simply with salad toped with favourite sauce.