Passionfruit Tarts

I love making desserts & sweets! I especially love making a healthier spin on an old favorite! I made a great version on a lemon meringue pie last week, it was delicious, it looked amazing and I would share it with you except that my photographer deleted the photo & I can’t have a recipe without a photo. It wouldn’t be right. I won’t even buy recipe books if there isn’t a picture of every single thing… Who am I kidding, I don’t buy recipe books, BUT if I did, I wouldn’t buy one without pictures. Anyway, my point is, I am gong to have to make the lemon meringue pie, chocolate banana bread & strawberry choc chip brownies again & get pictures before you can have the recipes, woe is me. Until then, make Passionfruit tarts, they are awesome. You can leave the cacao out if the idea of chocolate & Passionfruit weirds you out, that would obviously make you a weirdo because chocolate goes with everything but who am I to judge.

200g coconut
2 heaped tbs nut butter
4 fresh dates
2 heaped tbs raw cacao (optional)

1/2 cup Passionfruit pulp
1 heaped tsp fresh grated ginger (optional)
200g raw cashews, soaked for at least an hour in water & drained
250ml coconut cream
Pinch stevia or 2-3 tbs maple syrup

For the base blitz everything in the food processor until it comes together like a dough. Press into the bottom of cupcake or tart moulds.

For the filling- add the cashews & coconut cream to the food processor & blend until smooth. Add ginger & the sweetener of your choice & blend to combine. Stir through Passionfruit pulp. Spoon into moulds on top of base and pop in the fridge to set overnight or in the freezer for a few hours. Once set, remove from moulds, place in mouth, enjoy.


9 thoughts on “Passionfruit Tarts

  1. Laura says:

    Yum! Definitely trying these babies. Cheers!
    Looking forward to the lemon meringue pie recipe as well!

  2. Kate says:

    Oooooohh! I love all of your recipes & your blog. One question – coconut creme, what is it?! Does it come in a can? ta : )

  3. Yep comes in a can Kate. Check the Asian food isle of your supermarket.

  4. Kate says:

    Thank you : )

  5. It looks so good and healthy to me, thanks!

  6. Samantha Clarke says:

    Made this for dessert tonight, it was delicious and so easy! Thanks for the great recipes!

  7. Samantha I am so glad you liked them! Thanks for stopping by the blog

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