Delicious Ginger And Lemon Pyramid Cakes By GreenChefs Golubka

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My professor as soon as told me that everybody’s personality has an unique shape, much like a zodiac indication. She stated that she’s a circle, which in some way made best sense, and we continued to guess the shapes of everyone in the class. Circle? Triangular? Square? Everybody had some great laughs while suspecting. I understood right then and there that I’m a triangle.
I love triangulars as a visual aspect. They always appear in my doodles, which are stated to be an excellent tool for checking out one’s subconscious. Naturally, I equally enjoy the triangle’s 3d sister, the pyramid.

Recently, when I saw a mini pyramid cake form for sale, I understood as soon as possible that I found a way to do justice to among my preferred cakes, ginger and lemon. I have been making it for a few years now, however every bite from every batch makes me smile, close my eyes, and pay attention to the tastes, similar to the first time around.

A simple almond and date crust (at the base of the pyramids) frames the creamy and zesty filling. Below, I sprayed the cakes with some ground freeze-dried bananas for a pyramids of Giza benefit.

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For the Crust

(Adapted from The Raw 50)

1 cup dates – pitted and soaked for 2 hours

2 cups raw almonds – drenched overnight

3 tablespoons ground flax seeds

For the Filling

1 cup dates – pitted

1 cup raw almonds – soaked overnight

1 cup meat from young Thai coconut

1/2 cup gingerroot – chopped

1 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice

1/4 cup lemon zest

1/2 cup coconut oil

Instructions for the Crust:
1. Mix the dates, almonds, and flax seeds in a food mill until creamy.
2. Move into a 9-inch tart or cake pan.
3. Kind the crust with your fingers.

Instructions for the Filling:
1. Use a food processor to integrate the dates, almonds, coconut, and ginger till carefully mixed.
2. Include the lemon juice, zest and coconut oil.
3. Procedure till creamy. Spread the filling over the crust.
4. Dehydrate at 110F for about 6 hours. The cake must be firm, however not entirely dry.
5. Refrigerate for 2 hours prior to serving.

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