COOK­ING WITH COL­LA­GEN

MAKES EAT­ING HEALTHY SIM­PLE & DE­LI­CIOUS.

Amazing Wellness - - AMAZING NEWS -

vi­tal­ity 'col­la­gen' CO­CONUT CREAM PIE IN­GRE­DI­ENTS:

CRUST t1 heap­ing cup wal­nuts t1 Tsp of Neo­cell Su­per Col­la­gen TM t1 Scoop Amazing Grass Pro­tein Su­per Food Vanilla t1 heap­ing cup pit­ted dates (soaked for 10 min­utes in warm wa­ter and drained) FILLING t1.25 cups cashews soaked for at least 4 hours or overnight, then drained t3.5 Tbsp co­conut oil, melted t1/4 cup maple syrup or co­conut nec­tar t1 medium just ripe banana (~ 1/2 cup mashed)* t1/3 cup full fat co­conut milk (I scrape the cream o the top for lux­u­ri­ous tex­ture) t1/2 tsp pure vanilla ex­tract t1/4 tsp sea salt t2-3 Tbsp lemon juice

HOW TO MAKE:

1. Place soaked dates in the food pro­ces­sor and process un­til small bits re­main and/or it forms into a ball. Re­move and set aside. 2. Process wal­nuts un­til a meal con­sis­tency is achieved. Add back in dates and a pinch of salt and mix to com­bine. When squeezed be­tween two fin­gers, the crust should stick to­gether and feel mold­able. If too dry, add another date or two. If too wet, add a lit­tle al­mond or wal­nut meal. 3. Press into a spring­form pan, or an 8x8 bak­ing dish or round cake pan lined with plas­tic wrap or parch­ment. Press un­til flat, go­ing up the sides about 1/2 inch. Place in freezer to set. 4. Add all filling in­gre­di­ents to a blender and blend un­til smooth and creamy - about 1-2 min­utes. If it's hav­ing trou­ble blend­ing, add a lit­tle more agave or wa­ter to en­cour­age it along. It should be silky smooth when com­pletely com­bined. 5. Taste and ad­just sea­son­ings as needed. I think ad­ding a heap­ing spoon­ful of peanut but­ter at this point would be a bril­liant idea. Then pour into crust and smooth with a spoon. Tap to re­lease any air bubbles, then cover and freeze un­til set - about 4-6 hours. 6. To serve, let thaw for 5 min­utes. Should keep in the freezer, cov­ered, for at least 1 week.

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