Hemp seed

Kiwi coconut cake
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Servings Prep Time
20 people 25 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
25 minutes 2 hours
Servings Prep Time
20 people 25 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
25 minutes 2 hours
Kiwi coconut cake
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Servings Prep Time
20 people 25 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
25 minutes 2 hours
Servings Prep Time
20 people 25 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
25 minutes 2 hours
Ingredients
Base
Main layer
Decoration
Servings: people
Instructions
Base
  1. Blend your hemp seed, walnuts and xylitol in a blender, not too thick but also not too fine. Then add the coconut oil and blend again to a soft mass.
  2. Press your mixture into a springform lined with baking paper. Make sure that your base is even and well pressed. Put in the freezer while you prepare the rest.
Main layer and decoration
  1. Rinse the millet and boil it, together with the coconut flakes, for about 20 minutes until it is soft and tender. In case your millet dries up too soon, add some coconut milk or water.
  2. When the millet is nice and soft, blend together with the xylitol to a smooth mass. Your mixture should be liquid enough to pour it into the spring form but not so liquid that it won't stiffen up in the fridge. Add some water or milk if it doesn't blend well or you think it might be too thick.
  3. Slice our kiwi and put the slices against the side of your springform like on the photo.
  4. Now pour your mixture into the springform, until the top or just under the top of the kiwi slices. Even it out, and then put more kiwi slices on top like on the picture.
  5. Put everything in the fridge (3-4 hours) or freezer (1,5-2 hours) to become nice and stiff.
Raw butternut squash pie
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A lovely raw pie with butternut squash!
Servings
12
Cook Time
50 minutes
Servings
12
Cook Time
50 minutes
Raw butternut squash pie
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A lovely raw pie with butternut squash!
Servings
12
Cook Time
50 minutes
Servings
12
Cook Time
50 minutes
Ingredients
Filling
Crust
Servings:
Instructions
Crust
  1. Put the cashews at least 4 hours before preparation in a bowl with water. Do the same with the dates, at least 30 minutes before starting the preparation.
  2. Prepare a cake form. It's best to take a round form, which you line with baking paper on the inside. It's not necessary to grease it.
  3. Make the crust by grinding the hazelnuts, hemp seeds and pecans (or whatever nuts you use) in a mixer. Wipe the dates dry, add and mix again. The crust is ready when it sticks together when you press it and you can easily make a ball out of it. Otherwise, add more dates.
  4. Press the mixture into the bottom of the cake form, making a nice thick crust. Press well. If you have too much you can also decide to make a crust on the side or sprinkle some of the remaining crust on top of the pie.
Filling
  1. Depending on the size of your butternut, use the flesh of half a big butternut or an entire small one. Open the pumpkin, peel it and remove the seeds.
  2. Cut the flesh into pieces.
  3. If you have vanilla beans, you can grind these in their entirety in the mixer. Do these immediately when the mixer is still empty. If you only use the inside or vanilla extract, it is better to add it later.
  4. Grind the pieces of butternut in the mixer until they have become pulp.
  5. Add the dates one by one. Mix well until you can see no more pieces of date.
  6. Melt your coconut oil in a pan. Add cashews, coconut oil and spices. Mix well.
  7. Your filling should be rather liquid and well mixed. If this is not the case, you can add more coconut oil and mix longer.
  8. Poor the filling onto the crust. Refrigerate over night for ultimate stiffness and taste.
Root parsley hemp seed bonbons
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Delicious bonbons with root parsley and hemp seed
Servings
10
Cook Time
10 minutes
Servings
10
Cook Time
10 minutes
Root parsley hemp seed bonbons
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Delicious bonbons with root parsley and hemp seed
Servings
10
Cook Time
10 minutes
Servings
10
Cook Time
10 minutes
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
Filling
  1. Cut or slice the root parsley and steam it in about 20-25 minutes. You must be able to easily get a fork through it before it's done. You can also boil it but then be sure to remove most of the excess liquid.
  2. Put the hemp seed in a mixer and mix well, preferably a couple of minutes.
  3. Add the root parsley and mix again.
  4. Add the almond meal and mix again.
  5. Make sure the dates are dry before adding them. Add them to the mixture one by one and mix until the whole is sticky and no big pieces of date are left in the mixture.
  6. Roll little balls from your "dough". You can eat these immediately, or put a chocolate coating around them.
Chocolate coating
  1. Put some soy milk in a pot and sieve several tablespoons of cocoa into the milk.
  2. Bring to boil, and let it boil until you get a thick sort of chocolate sauce. Optionally, during the boiling process you could add some stevia, yacon syrup, or dates to sweeten.
  3. It works best if you have a bonbon mold. Otherwise, it works pretty well to put some chocolate sauce on your hands and roll the balls around in your hands until they are covered in sauce. Put them on a saucer lined with baking paper.
  4. Put in the fridge to cool and stiffen.