Raw Raspberry Roulade with Coconut Cream

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Luscious roulade made with light and puffy dough, filled with sweet raspberry marmalade and coconut cream is AH-MAZING.

It’s more fresh than sweet, so it is perfect for you if you are not a fan of those rich and sweet desserts. I love both kinds, though. This is just too good to be true! :)

I used tigernuts for the dough. Have you ever come across them? I recently tried them for the first time and they are really yummy. Plus they are much lower in fat than other nuts! Well, they technically aren’t really nuts, but tubers. They are crunchy, sweet and have a ton of nutritional benefits.

I first tried mixing them in the food processor like every other nuts, but they are a little bit to hard for that. I would have to soak them first. But blender does a good job with grinding them into a powder! ;)

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I used the coconut meat that I had in the freezer because it doesn’t make any difference if you use fresh or frozen. And it’s always great to have it in the freezer, right?

Anyway, let me show you how it’s done. ;)

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5.0 from 2 reviews
Raw Raspberry Roulade with Coconut Cream
 
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Serves: 1 roulade (12 servings)
INGREDIENTS
Dough:
  • 1 cup (100 g) tigernuts
  • 2.5 cups (300 g) dates, pitted
Raspberry Cream:
  • 2 cups (150 g) dried apples
  • 2 cups (250 g) raspberries, fresh or frozen
Coconut Cream:
  • 2 cups (150 g) young Thai coconut meat
  • ¼ cup water
  • ⅛ tsp vanilla powder
METHOD
Dough:
  1. Blend the tigernuts in the blender until they are finely ground.
  2. Transfer them to the food processor, add the dates and mix until the dough becomes sticky.
  3. Place baking paper on the surface area.
  4. Spread the dough on it. You can help yourself with an adjustable rectangle frame for cakes. It should be approximately 7 x 11 inch (28 x 20 cm) big.
Raspberry Cream:
  1. Mix dried apples in the food processor until finely ground.
  2. Add raspberries and mix for a few minutes until a cream forms.
  3. Spread onto the dough.
Coconut Cream:
  1. Mix coconut meat in the food processor and slowly start adding the water. Add vanilla powder and mix until a smooth cream is formed.
  2. Spread on top of the raspberry cream.
Assembly:
  1. Just roll it up and decorate with coconut flakes and fresh raspberries.
  2. Bon apetit! :)
With love,
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  • Marina
    Reply

    Looks incredible! I have never heard about tigernuts before, will have to check them out. Keep up with the great work!

    • Tiasha
      Reply

      Marina, darling. Thank you!

      We got tigernuts for a gift from friends. They are quite interesting. ;)

  • Matic
    Reply

    I had the privilege to taste it, and guys it`s amazing.

    • Tiasha
      Reply

      Thank you, Matic. :* You are my No.1 recipe tester. 😜

  • Reply

    This is so awesome! What a fun idea!

    • Tiasha
      Reply

      Thank you, I’m happy that you like it! ;)

  • Erin
    Reply

    I tried tiger nuts for the first time recently and really liked them! They have a similar taste to chestnuts! I am so happy to see them used in this recipe. This roulade looks fantastic! :)

    • Tiasha
      Reply

      Wow, yes! I was wondering what they are reminding me of and now I know. Chestnuts, of course. :)

      Thank you for stopping by, Erin. I’m so happy that you like the recipe.

      Btw, I love your site, is so attractive. The design, the pictures, the recipes… Love it all. ;)

  • Petra
    Reply

    Hey, wonderful recipe! It would go also with coconut cream or coconut muss?

    • Tiasha
      Reply

      Thanks, Petra! ;) I haven’t tried doing it with (canned) coconut cream nor do I know how it tastes like, but I imagine it would work fine, yes.
      Let me know if you try it! :)

  • Petra
    Reply

    Thank you. I’ll try. Tiger nuts are amazing! Absolutely my favourite “nuts”.

    • Tiasha
      Reply

      I know, right? So awesome! Enjoy! ;)

  • Jean Sharry
    Reply

    This looks great and I will have to try it!
    One of my favorite desserts I haven’t had in so long is Lemon Squares. Could you try making a raw vegan version?
    You are so good at this and I love all of your videos – keep up the good work! 😊

  • Mairi
    Reply

    Looks fantastic! I would love to see a recipe for a raw Trifle :-)

  • cakespy
    Reply

    Wow, I am intrigued by this recipe!! I have never made a raw dessert but have tried several in my day and I typically really enjoy them. This is beautiful and sounds delicious.

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