Creating from cravings with my FAVS! hellloooo COCOCADO LIME PIE!

What’s a fresh coconut lovin’, daily avocado eatin’, and tart, yet sweet craving gal to do with so many raw ingredients and a strong desire to clean out the pantry in the new year!?  Save a bunch of money by NOT buying my go-to raw foodie persian lime or lemon tarts and MAKE MY OWN… MY WAY!

What I had : flesh of 3 young coconuts after sucking the water out of them in no time flat, a couple verrrry ripe stewart avocados from the farmers market, a couple limes…and various soaked, and dehydrated bulk goods like buckwheat groats, pecans, as well as some coconut shreds, date pieces, cashews…and a half eaten bag of RAW coconut lime-infused flakes.  What does this all add up to… an overdue homemade RAW COCOCADO LIME PIE!

first piece of cococado lime pie

first piece of cococado lime pie

1 cup various organic dates. I like the harder chewier ones like Halawi & Honey dates/(soak a bit if needed).
1 cup soaked and dehydrated pecans
1 cup shredded, dried unsweetened coconut
2/3 cup sprouted, dehydrated buckwheat
dashes of Himalayan salt
Dashes of Korintje cinnamon or Ceylon

Filling Center:
1 1/2 cups avocado (I ate the dark skin of the Stewart avos — bit bitter, but thin and very edible)
1 1/2 cups young coconut meat (this is about 2-3 young coconuts worth)
1/4 cup lime juice
2 Tblspn organic lime zest. More is better…
1/8 cup stevia – the granulated kind and spritz or two of agave syrup
Several freshly ground salt of choice—sea or Himalayan
2 tsp pure vanilla paste. Try Nielsen Massey Organic Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla Paste…)
1/4 cup raw, gently warmed , organic coconut oil. I used Nutiva

Creamy frosting top:
1 Tblspn of vanilla bean paste
1 cup cup raw cashew pieces (soaked overnight)
1/4 cup fresh or bottled raw coconut water
3/4-1 cup young coconut meat
healthy drizzle of agave
1 packet Luo Han fruit powder (had some by Nectresse)
several dashes of salt of choice
1/4 cup warmed, organic coconut oil
CRUST: process the nuts, coconut, and buckwheat in a food processor until crumbs. Add the sea salt and dates and process until the mixture gets clumpy. Press into the bottom and up the sides of a 6 inch springform pan. Line bottom with parchment paper in case you want to lift it off the base. in the freezer while you prepare the filling.

FILL-ME-CENTER: Process avocado, coconut meat, lime juice and zest, sweeteners, sea salt, and vanilla in a food processor and process until smooth. While slowly running, add the coconut oil and process for a minute, and then put up full blast and keep processing until smooth as possible or per your patience level! Fill the crust, and place in the freezer to firm for an hour.

I realized that I could have put more avocados of meat in or used a smaller springform pan because my pie/tart was too slender for my hefty craving, so I made this frosting to make it more appealing. Process soaked cashews, coconut water, sea salt, agave, Luo Han powder, and vanilla paste until smoothly blended. As before, slowly drizzle warm coconut oil with processor running . Place the topping in the fridge or cool place until it firms up enough to frost the top as you want. If you have a pastry bag with fancy nibs, great…. Go super decorative.. I just used my Vita-mix spatula to cover it up and sprinkled crushed RAW coconut chips infused with lime around the edges for more lime kick.
Truly, honestly… I should have used key limes for the tartness I wanted, but this regular lime version satisfies my craving and my budget… and now I get to share my goodies with one of my raw food loving besties in the O.C.! I already ate 2 whole pieces…”M”–I hope you like your two pieces!! The slices needs to thaw out in fridge for a few hours or at room temp so it softens enough to enjoy fully. I ate the first piece while still frozen hard, but it was still good. Thawed and softened is sooo much much much more satisfying!


A wonderful photographer George DeLoache shot Rocky today as part of his gallery collection to raise awareness about the beauty and value of rescued animals.
Check out his website…

our first family portrait

our first family portrait

This is a wonderful, WONDERFUL way to show your love for family, rescued animals, their rescuers/volunteers, and work with a talented and kind soul–Thank you George DeLoache~

We had a super time standing together for the cause and as a family! Fun screen shots, right?!

standing together as family

standing together as family

You can visit Rocky’s sites and like him on Facebook here:

..and as always, this is part of our family’s ongoing efforts to support for their tireless work to save little furry blessings like Rocky who made our filled our home with love. Rocky’s book give 90% of every book sold to this agency.