“No Bake” Food Trend: An Easy Alternative to Old-fashioned Baking

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“No Bake” Food Trend: An Easy Alternative to Old-fashioned Baking
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Photo: Anastasia Kovtunenko

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“No Bake” Food Trend: An Easy Alternative to Old-fashioned Baking
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Photo: Anastasia Kovtunenko

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“No Bake” Food Trend: An Easy Alternative to Old-fashioned Baking
No Bake

Photo: Anastasia Kovtunenko

No Bake
“No Bake” Food Trend: An Easy Alternative to Old-fashioned Baking
No Bake

Photo: Anastasia Kovtunenko

No Bake
“No Bake” Food Trend: An Easy Alternative to Old-fashioned Baking
No Bake

Photo: Anastasia Kovtunenko

No Bake
“No Bake” Food Trend: An Easy Alternative to Old-fashioned Baking
No Bake

Photo: Anastasia Kovtunenko

No Bake
“No Bake” Food Trend: An Easy Alternative to Old-fashioned Baking
No Bake

Photo: Anastasia Kovtunenko

Chemistry behind baking can often be overwhelming for amateur chefs. As any tradition list of ingredients starts with simple flour and eggs, grows into baking powder, yeast, soda, shortening, and other god knows what for powders.

What to use with what for a desert to come out well?

Granny’s magic tricks with baking soda foaming and fizzing are already forgotten. Physics and rising times preparing yeast dough are mind-blowing.

There is a way…

No Bake!

This trending buzzword stands for easy, quick and delicious deserts even the most inexperienced cook can make.

Pinterest, Facebook, Youtube, and dozens of food blogs are flooded with No Bake recipes, which are steadily winning hearts of more health nuts globally.

Just mix and match your favourite ingredients in the mixing bowl or food processor, refrigerate and voila! it’s ready.

Kiwi Pina-Colada “Cheesecake” (raw, vegan)

For 2 portions

Base:

– 1/2 cup nuts (I used walnuts)

– 1/2 cup dates

– 1 tbsp coconut butter

– 2-3 tbsp coffee (optional: makes a lovely match with dates)

Filling:

– 2 tbsp coconut cream

– 2 pineapple slices

– 1 kiwi

– 1/4 cup nuts (soaked for 1/2 hour)

– gelatine (optional)

– coconut chips (optional: for decoration)

How:

Base: Blend all ingredients in a food processor (or with a blender) until it makes a thick and sticky mass. Spread it on the bottom of a cake tin and freeze until the filling is done.

Filling: Like the base, blend all ingredients together until it’s smooth. Cover the crust

with it flattening the top.

Decorate with coconut chips and kiwi slices.

Refrigerate for 30 min.

Easy, delicious and healthy! This protein ‘bomb’ will fill you for many hours.

Just mix your beloved tastes and see what happens!

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