What is it about the combination of coffee and chocolate that is so decadent and awakening to the senses? There’s something about the acidity and sweetness that pair beautifully and complement one another. A classic dessert that pairs the flavors so perfectly is tiramisu but what if you’re avoiding grain, gluten, or dairy? We are grateful to Audrey, the popular plant-based blogger, for sharing her insanely popular Raw Vegan Tiramisu recipe with us below. We recently interviewed Audrey on our podcast (listen here) and were delighted to hear how she’s navigated her own health and nutrition complications as well as her journey to becoming the woman behind her popular blog; Unconventional Baker. We love Audrey’s natural and down-to-earth choices for her life, listen in and enjoy her story.
We can’t stress enough how delicious this cake is! We have made it in our homes and we are here to tell you the recipe is uncomplicated plus incredibly tasty. Audrey says it’s her most popular recipe of all time. This recipe is completely raw, grain-free, dairy-free, paleo, gluten-free, and vegan so if you’re like the many with dietary restrictions, this cake is a godsend. Furthermore, it tastes as smooth and velvety as a chocolate mousse or cheesecake. It’s the perfect recipe to stick in your back pocket for any time you’re asked to prepare a dessert for a special occasion. It requires no baking and is stored in the freezer so it can be made ahead and ready to go day-of.
Audrey is skilled at developing simple recipes that deliver on flavor. If you’re intrigued by this one, you’ll definitely want to head over to her site Unconventional Baker for all the details and while you’re there, make sure to browse around for more gorgeous ideas.
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