Raw raspberry cream stuffed cookies


This might just be one of my favourite recipes of the moment! It’s composed of two of my favourite things; chocolate and raspberries! The berry and chocolate combination is something that I don’t think I will ever tire of, especially when it’s in a raw dessert filled with natural, wholesome ingredients.. like these sandwich cookies!

I really wish that it would be possible for you to reach into the screen and try one of these cookies for yourself.. but sadly that is not possible, so I guess we’ll just have to settle for me describing them to you and then you can go make some to enjoy yourself! The cookie part of the recipe is a delicious nutty, chocolatey combination of pecans, oats and dates with the gorgeously rich flavours of cacao running through it. This pairs amazingly with the sweet, creamy cashew raspberry filling, sandwiching the cookies together and creating a fruity taste explosion! Another great thing about this, is that I had quite a bit of cashew cream left over, which works amazingly as a yoghurt alternative, berry mouse, porridge topper or accompaniment to some tasty raw cheesecake. I always saw making cashew cream as a bit of a faff and slightly complicated, but actually I couldn’t have been more wrong! As long as you have a reasonably powerful blender/food processor, then it doesn’t really take too long and makes a great alternative to regular dairy cream. Not to mention, nuts have amazing nutritional benefits and I think they taste amazing too!


I’m a great believer that we also eat with our eyes and quite often, the appearance of food is one of the first things that entices us to take that first bite! For me, that couldn’t be more true in the case of these cookies. Firstly, well, there’s chocolate.. need I say more? Secondly, can we just talk about that vibrant pink colour? Colours like that just reinforce my beliefs of eating as many natural plant foods as possible: like fruits and veggies! The fact that something with so much colour, vibrancy and flavour is produced by nature is truly amazing! Of course these are still a treat and not something that I eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner on a regular basis but, if I am going to indulge, I still like to make sure that what I’m eating is going to be made from foods that leave my body feeling good!


The best sun-dried tomato pesto
  1. 50g sun-dried tomatoes
  2. 30g cashew nuts
  3. Large handful of fresh basil
  4. 1 heaped tsp tomato puree
  5. Sea salt and pepper to taste
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  1. Water Add the sun-dried tomatoes, cashews, basil, tomato puree and a dash of water into a food processor (I used my Ninja Kitchen food processor) and blend until reasonably smooth.
  2. Season to taste with salt and pepper and add a little more water if needed. Blend until you're left with a fairly creamy pesto mixture and transfer into a jar/container.
  3. Serve alongside salads, avo toast or stir through some pasta.
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  1. Humairaa
    April 21, 2016 / 12:25 pm

    Love the recipe! Will have to try it. Is it possible to make these but leave out the acai powder?

    • April 23, 2016 / 11:20 am

      Hey, glad you like it! Yes definitely, i’m sure they will still taste yummy!

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