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Raw Goji berry brownie tartlets!

Yesterday evening, I invented these tasty beauties! Check them all out! I soaked a lot of cashews in the early morning & used them well rinsed & drained at night! Make these tasty raw goji berry brownies tartlets now! No guilt! πŸ˜‰


Yum Yum Yummmm & Good for you too! πŸ™‚


Read on how I made this lovely recipe,…

Recipe: For 5 x 7 cm tartlets!


* For the base:

1 cup raw hazelnuts

1 cup dates, pitted after measured, chopped

1/4 cup raw cacao powder

1 tablespoon water

* For the goji berry filling aka ice-cream:

1 cup + 1/2 cup soaked cashews ( 231 gr)

6 thick dates, pitted & cut up (48 gr)

1/4 cup dried goji berries (31 gr)

1/2 teaspoon raw vanilla extract

1/2 cup unsweetened home-made cashew milk (125 ml )

* To top your desserts with before going into the freezer: 4 dried goji berries to top each tartlet, so 20 dried goji berries.


1. For the base, take your beloved food processor & place the S-blade in. Add hazelnuts & pulse a few times until crumbled into smaller pieces or until to your liking. Now, add pitted dates, raw cacao powder & 1 tablespoon of water. Pulse to combine. Check the base with your hands. It has to stick together when pressed into a ball. If not, add a bit more water, but my raw brownie base was just right!

2. Take 5 smaller tartlet tins with removable bottom. With your hands, push brownie base into the bottom & all the sides up of your tartlet tin. See that all the sides upside & down are filled with brownie material. With the help of your finger, push the dough into the base bottom & push it down with your finger or thumb. Push it down so that the base line is about equally flat. It is a sticky business. If this is all done, place into the fridge while you make the filling.

3. Take your Vitamix & add cashews, dates, goji berries & vanilla extract. Also use the tamper to push the ingredients into the running blades. Stop & taste. It will be a bit more sweet but just so yummy! It will be dark orange in color! Spoon your filling into the 5 raw brownie tartlets, all evenly divided. The rest you lick of your spoon & Vitamix! Ha! Now, top each tartlet with 4 dried goji berries, just the way you like it. Carefully place them into the freezer for 1 night or for at least 4 hours.Β Take them out of the freezer 30-45 minutes before eating. The top is like a beautiful soft creamy cashew goji berry ice-cream & the base is a raw brownie in a tartlet tin! Wait 15 minutes before removing the tin outside & the bottom. Yummm!

They are Raw, Vegan, Gluten-free, corn-free, soy-free, egg-free, healthy & very filling too with all of these nuts in them! Before they went in the freezer you tasted the dates a lot & after 1 night in the freezer you taste the goji berries better!

Serve them at room temperature on a cool plate & enjoy this wonderful raw goji berry brownie tartlet with a big smile on your face! πŸ˜‰ Yum! xxx

Store them in the freezer! πŸ™‚ xxx


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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

46 thoughts on “Raw Goji berry brownie tartlets!

    1. No, Sadia! I live in Mechelen, Belgium! We can only buy them dried in specialized organic food shops! πŸ™‚

  1. What wonderful filled raw tartlets, dear Sophie! That one looks amazing & must taste fabulous even!
    We are new to raw tartlets but must make these beauties soon! It must taste heavenly goji berries combined with soaked cashews! xxx

  2. An awesome sweet treat, Sophie. I love particularly that goji filling.

  3. What amazing raw tartlets!!! I never use goji berries as a main ingredient, usually just to top things off. I need to try this, it looks lovely!’

  4. Gorgeous raw tartlets. Cashew cream is amazing the tarts look so creamy and delicious and that crust is really lovely. I have a friend who is vegan and loves eating raw and loves your recipes. I sent him a link to your blog. He has already made several of your desserts.

    1. yahh! Thanks so much, Suzanne! I am not so much raw in general but love a raw treat from time to time! Thanks so much for sending him my blog link!! xxx

      I am happy to hear that he loved my desserts! πŸ™‚ yes! x

  5. Hello Sophie,
    Your superb brownie tartlets look amazing! Well done!

  6. Goji berries are the business. πŸ™‚ I buy them in bulk which is fantastic as you seem to be sharing lots of lovely recipes using them lately. Happy Thursday. xo

    1. Hahahaha! Thanks so much! One week, I am very creative the other one not ,…it has always been like that!

  7. Hi Sophie. It’s been some time since I stopped by your blog, and it’s wonderful to come back and see such fantastic looking creations again. These tarts look fabulous!

  8. I’ve just finished lunch. This would have been totally awesome for dessert…I am drooling!

  9. I made your fabulous raw tartlets a few days ago & my wife, I & my kids all love them so much!
    I think this is your best tasty healthy dessert ever! Xxx

  10. I made these tasty tartlets & loved every bite, dear Sophie! So interesting, so delicious too!
    They same out perfect! x

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