No Bake Kiwi Cake - Vegan, DF, GF


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This delicious vegan Kiwi Cake, adapted from here, is gluten, dairy, refined sugar free. The crust is made with dried figs, almonds and lime juice, then topped with maple syrup sweetened cashew coconut cream and garnished with a layer of kiwi fruit.

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  • 150 g Dried figs or dates, roughly chopped
  • 100 g Almond slices, toasted
  • 5 ml Freshly squeezed lime juice
  • 250 g Cashew nuts
  • 35 ml Freshly squeezed lime juice
  • 40 ml Freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 75 ml Maple syrup
  • 120 g Coconut oil, at room-temperature
  • 2 Kiwis
  1. Line a 20x11cm loaf pan with baking paper. Place chopped dried figs and toasted almond slices in a food processor. Process until finely chopped. Add in lime juice and process until a sticky mixture forms. Press the sticky mixture evenly into the bottom of the loaf pan.
  2. Place cashew nuts, freshly pressed lime and lemon juice, maple syrup and coconut oil in a food processor and process until smooth and creamy. Pour the filling onto the crust and smooth the surface.
  3. Peel and cut the kiwis into slices. Arrange the kiwi slices on top and chill for 2 hours or overnight until set.

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49 comments:

GiGi Eats 3/7/18 16:08

First off = no bake = YES PLEASE. Secondly, kiwis remind me of GOOD MEMORIES from boarding school and third... That cashew custard has me drooling! Cashews were totally my favorite nut!

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Balvinder Ubi 3/7/18 16:41

Looks so yum, I would love a slice.

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Evelyne CulturEatz 3/7/18 17:06

The crust sounds just as good as this beautiful cake, really nice recipe Angie. I'll keep it in the fridge till serving to cool off, heat wave here no baking :-)

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Monica 3/7/18 19:47

Love enjoying/eating a pretty dessert that I can feel good about. This looks like a perfect thing for this heat wave we're having.

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Kitchen Riffs 4/7/18 01:25

Wow, this looks wonderful! And no-bake is always a win during the hot days we've been having. :-)

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 4/7/18 02:48

This sounds so intriguing Angie. I love the cashew milk filling and that crust sounds so worth trying!

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Gloria Baker 4/7/18 02:57

what beautiful kiwi cake Angie, look wonderful, love kiwis!

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Anca 4/7/18 09:50

It looks great and I imagine it tastes just as good. I like the crust the most, I will have to try it.

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Asha Shivakumar 4/7/18 09:57

What a delicious looking cake and the best thing is it's a no bake. I'm all for a good healthy treat. Yum!

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Liz Berg 4/7/18 11:16

I love kiwi but don't use it in my recipes nearly enough! This beautiful no-bake cake is ideal for this hot summer weather!!

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Tricia Buice 4/7/18 13:05

What a terrific summer dessert! I love that crust, and that creamy filling too. So pretty Angie - I want a slice with my coffee this morning ;)

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Vicki Bensinger 4/7/18 13:55

Angie this looks wonderful. It almost looks to have the consistency of cheesecake. I love all the ingredients that make up this nutritious dessert. I’ll be printing this off to create.

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Easyfoodsmith 4/7/18 14:39

Wow! that is a brilliant dessert.

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Tania| My Kitchen Stories 4/7/18 15:22

Wow brilliant recipe Angie. It looks just like cheesecake only better!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 4/7/18 21:27

What a beautiful dessert, Angie! I love the almond crust and the simplicity of no-bake makes it a real plus in the summer heat. Winner!

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Catherine 4/7/18 22:26

Dear Angie, This looks absolutely delicious!! I would love this cake in this warm weather we are having. So nice. xoxo Catherine

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Chris Scheuer 5/7/18 01:30

Oh, yum! This looks wonderful!!

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Nancy Chan 5/7/18 10:33

Looks so delicious! I too would like a piece to try!

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Judee Algazi 5/7/18 12:09

Angie,
I've had chilled cashew cakes before and they are amazing. Your recipe looks absolutely delicious and a perfect choice for the summer when we love dessert but don't dare want to turn on the oven.. pinning this one..

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Chitz 5/7/18 12:52

Wow.. this is such a breeze recipe and healthy too.. What more can one ask for :)

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All That I'm Eating 5/7/18 17:05

This sounds great, I love kiwis. Also really like that there's no sugar in the mix, just loads of fruit!

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natalia20041989 5/7/18 17:24

Those kiwi slices look so adorable on top! Such a cute cake, love it☺☺

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Cathleen 5/7/18 23:15

This is gorgeous!! I have been looking for no-bake recipes for the summer :)

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2pots2cook 6/7/18 07:11

Wow, at first glace, I thought it's a cheesecake but as I started to read ..... yes please; new to me ! Thank you Angie !

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kitchen flavours 6/7/18 16:26

Wow, what a delightful treat!

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 6/7/18 19:53

I always always seem to forget about kiwi! Which is a shame lol This cake looks and sounds delicious!

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Geraldine Saucier 6/7/18 21:04

Perfect recipe for the hot days. No need to bake. Love this recipe. Thanks for posting.

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Juliana 6/7/18 22:20

This is such a nice cake Angie, and I love the idea of no bake, especially with the hot weather that we experiencing...and yes, I love the ingredients you use in the crust and cake.
Have a great weekend!

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Debra Eliotseats 7/7/18 15:16

Needing a dish like this to take to a family member who does not need sugar! Thank you! Saving.

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 7/7/18 16:55

What a nice cake for summer and it looks so pretty with the green kiwi slices on top.

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Reeni Pisano 7/7/18 23:29

The cashew coconut cream sounds divine Angie! This is the perfect summer dessert and it's so pretty too!!

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Jeff 9/7/18 04:26

How interesting! I've never heard of anything like this.

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Julie 9/7/18 06:13

wow..that looks a perfect slice,too good!!

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Simone | The Paleo Girl 9/7/18 09:30

Wow! That looks so good! I just made my first no bake vegan cheesecake just the other day (not posted it yet) and I totally loved it, so have been looking for new recipes to try ever since. Will definitely be making this one soon!

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Pam 9/7/18 15:09

Great recipe, Angie! It sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing.

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Shashi Charles 9/7/18 15:31

I love cashew cakes - this is such a refreshing one, Angie! Thanks so much for sharing this glorious treat!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 9/7/18 18:44

This sounds and looks absolutely wonderful, Angie!! So perfect for summer.

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grace 10/7/18 15:28

kiwis are so lovely in flavor and appearance and this is a wonderful way to feature them!!

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Rafeeda AR 12/7/18 12:00

I am drooling at that delicious looking cake...

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Roz Corieri Paige 13/7/18 23:16

I adore kiwis and see them used so rarely these days! What a perfect treat for these hot days of summer!

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Pam 16/7/18 18:25

Yum! Perfect dessert for these hot summer days. It looks delicious.

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mjskit 17/7/18 05:01

Damn this looks good!!! I'm afraid I would end up eating half of it in one sitting.

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Katerina Delidimou 17/7/18 14:00

This no bake cake is perfect for this season. It is never fun baking with 40 degrees Celcius.

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tigerfish 18/7/18 01:25

Super interesting that the cake portion is made from cashews! Wondering how it taste like. Lemony and nutty?

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 19/7/18 00:09

So pretty and I bet tasty too.

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 21/7/18 04:21

This crust sounds so tasty, and the filling creamy delicious! I'd love to have a slice!

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My Little Space 21/7/18 09:28

I missed having this no baked cheese cake so much. I so wanna to make one.
Happy weekend to you dear.
Blessings, Kristy

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