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Blue Heaven Pie

 

Blue Heaven Frozen Pie

We are soooo blessed in having a bounty of organic blueberries growing on a U-Pick farm just a short drive from us. Last night we dropped in and picked 12 pounds of the yummies. Before they go into the freezer I thought it would be nice to make us a pie. The following is an adaptation of a recipe by Rhonda J. Malkmus who originates most of the recipes on the "Hallelujah Acres" site. This is a nutritious treat (if you don't have allergies to nuts, that is)with just a little sweetener (raw honey and dates) and a smidge of salt, no dairy, eggs or gluten. Refreshing and delicious!

Ingredients:

The Raw Crust:

1 cup Sunflower Seeds
1 cup Walnuts
1 cup Dates
¼ tsp. vanilla teaspoon Celtic Sea Salt

Blueberry-Banana Pie Filling

5 cups Blueberries
2 Bananas
¼ cup Virgin Coconut Oil (solid not liquid)
¼ cup Raw Honey

Directions

Pie Crust Recipe Directions

In food processor using “S” blade, process sunflower seeds, walnuts, vanilla and salt until pea size. Add dates and continue processing until well combined. Press evenly into 9” pie plate.

Blueberry Pie Filling Directions

Put 4 cups of blueberries, 2 bananas, coconut oil and honey in food processor. Using “S” blade process until smooth and creamy. With a spoon, fold in remaining blueberries and pour into pie shell. Chill at least 3 hours.
To your living health!

Here are some more frozen summertime treats (sorry, vegan but not all raw vegan):
Mango-BlackBerry Vegan Ice Cream
Ingredients: nondairy milk, frozen mango chunks, starch, vanilla, maple syrup, ripe avocado, blackberry jam

Blueberry Nicecream on Raspberry Chia Pudding
Ingredients:
Nicecream: frozen blueberries, frozen bananas
Pudding: chia gel, raspberry jam, nondairy milk, maple syrup

Spunky Monkey Ice Cream
Ingredients: chia seeds, frozen banana, cocoa or cacao, maple syrup, vanilla, peanut or nut butter

Maple Walnut Cashew Banana Ice Cream Sundae
Ingredients:coconut milk, ripe frozen bananas, raw cashews, walnuts, maple syrup, vanilla, chocolate chips

Vegan Ice Cream and other frozen treats you can make yourself

OTHER FROZEN TREAT RECIPES
Treats to Make with Frozen Grapes

Luscious Frozen Smoothie Treats

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