The Ultimate Chocolate and Avocado Torte

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Serves: 12
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Base Ingredients:
150g desiccated coconut
150g macadamia nuts, lightly toasted
1g ground cinnamon
150g pitted dates

Topping Ingredients:
2 avocados
1 banana
15ml vanilla extract
150g cocoa powder
120ml maple syrup

  • In a food processor, combine the coconut, macadamia nuts, cinnamon and dates.
  • Process until the mixture combines, then press firmly into the bottom of a lined 20 cm spring form baking tin.
  • In the same processor, combine the avocado, banana, vanilla, cocoa and maple syrup. Process until smooth and creamy.
  • Spoon over the base then refrigerate for 2 hours or until it firms up.
  • Remove from the tin and serve with chocolate sauce or raspberry coulis, garnish with fresh strawberries/raspberries.
You can also remove the base and serve as a mousse. Or, try spooning the avocado/chocolate mixture into an ice cream machine to make chocolate and avocado ice cream.
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1 Comment

muttley1 - on 24 May 2013
amazing,made this for a gathering of old friends.
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