I don’t know why, but I was always a little apprehensive about raw baking. I thought it would be complicated, time-consuming and that I wouldn’t really wow anyone with my creation. Then I started seeing so many mouth-watering recipes online, which not only looked delectable, but were also so much healthier than a typical dessert. So, this past Easter, I decided to challenge myself and make a raw pie to serve as dessert for our family. My father-in-law, who tells it as it is, went crazy over this pie! He had seconds, and thirds. The pie plate was practically licked clean, and I was super proud to say that it was completely raw, and sugar-free. Between you and me, it was also SO easy to make. No baking, nothing you can possibly overcook or burn, not time-consuming, and no crazy kitchen tools required.
So, this recipe became a keeper, and I made it again and again for more friends and family. It’s really one of those crowd pleasing desserts. You’ve gotta give it a try!
Today I am sharing the recipe over at Girl Eats Greens. Jamie, the one behind the blog, is off on an amazing adventure in Southeast Asia. If you’ve never checked out Girl Eats Greens, I encourage you to – Jamie shares delicious vegan recipes and she is a very talented photographer. Jamie got in touch with me to guest post while she’s away, and I couldn’t be happier to help her out and share this Very Berry Raw Pie with all her readers and of course, you. 🙂
So head on over, and do tell me what you think!