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Frozen Mango Pie with Almond Maple Crust
by Nomi Shannon

1998 Nomi Shannon. Please copyright notice below.

1 Cup Almonds (can be soaked and dehydrated or unsoaked)
3-4 teaspoons maple syrup

In food processor, process almonds until uniformly very fine. (Don't over process into almond butter!) Gradually add the maple syrup, only enough until the almond meal holds together. Set aside 2 Tablespoons of the mixture. Sprinkle and then gently press the crust into the bottom and sides of pie plate. Don’t worry about getting the crust all the way up the sides. Once the filling is in the piecrust, sprinkle the mixture that has been set aside around the outside edge of pie.

note: this is a very thin crust. If you want a thicker crust, double the recipe.

Filling

4-5 Cups Frozen Mango, cut-up (can be found in frozen section if it is not Mango season)
optional: 3/4 Cup diced Dried Apricots, frozen (or diced dried mango)

Alternating mango with dried fruit, put through Champion (use blank filter). Place in crust. Freeze. You need to work fairly quickly for this recipe. It helps to first chill the bowl in the freezer.

This recipe relies on the Champion for desired results. If the Mangos are not very sweet, use 1/2 Cup diced pitted dates or Maple or date sugar to sweeten (or even a few spoonfuls of maple syrup), put through Champion along with Mangoes and Apricots.

Alternative: For a chunky effect, instead of putting diced frozen apricots through Champion, dice very small and stir into the mixture just prior to pouring into the pie shell.

note: This recipe does not need to have a pie shell. Kept frozen, you can still serve it in pie shaped wedges.

note: also delicious made with sweet, ripe, persimmons.

 

Copyright Notice:
The above recipe was taken from: The Raw Gourmet, Simple Recipes for Living Well, by Nomi Shannon. 1998 Nomi Shannon. All commercial rights reserved. This recipe may be distributed freely for non-commercial purposes provided: that this copyright notice is included with the following web site address. (http://www.living-foods.com/rawgourmet).
Please contact author if you have any questions regarding this matter. (rawgourmet@living-foods.com).

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