Easy Raw Vegan Tiramisu: A Dessert That is Good for You

Raw vegan tiramisu

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For all of you with a sweet tooth, I thought a change of direction for a moment is in order. Let’s have a little fun with something sweet and good for you too.  How about a tiramisu? No, not just any old tiramisu, but a raw vegan decadent tiramisu that is simply amazing.

This recipe is courtesy of Jade from ecotimes.org. It is all gooey goodness. It features healthy nuts, coconut and cashew creams, Medjool dates, walnuts, cacao, and, yes coffee! Coffee in moderation and at the right time is good for you. Think about energy food.

Dates are packed with fiber, and make a great after work out food, a great source of antioxidants, and vitamins.  We all can use a  boost of antioxidants as we live in a modern full of toxins world.

And dates also are great sources of manganese, magnesium, selenium, and copper. All these elements are part of many biochemical processes in the body including hormone health. Do you have hypothyroidism? you need that selenium.

And the coconut, the walnuts, the almonds provide omega 3 fatty acids, folate, copper, magnesium, iron, manganese, carbs and proteins, and more.

So go on and make this raw vegan tiramisu and you will be glad you did.

This is the ultimate comfort food.

Let’s get “baking.”




◦ 1 cup walnuts (125gr)

◦ 1 cup Medjool dates (175gr)

◦ 2 tsp coffee

◦ pinch of salt

Cashew cream:

◦ 2 cups cashews, soaked for 1 hour (300g)

◦ 1/2 cup coconut cream (125ml)

◦ 1/4 cup maple syrup (80gr) (4tbsp)

◦ pinch of sea salt

◦ 1/4 tsp vanilla powder


◦ 1 cup almond flour (95gr)

◦ 1 cup Medjool dates (175gr)

◦ 1 tbsp cacao powder

◦ 2 tsp coffee

◦ pinch of salt


◦ cacao powder



1. To make the crust: Blend all the ingredients in a food processor until you have a sticky mixture.
2. Scoop the mixture into a lined baking pan (15cm) and press it down with your fingers.


1. Add all the ingredients for the ladyfingers into the food processor and pulse until the ladyfinger mixture begins to stick together.

2. Shape the ladyfinger mixture into a pan that fits on top of the crust.

3. Place the ladyfinger layer into a refrigerator (or the freezer) for a few minutes, so it firms up and is easier to cut.

Cashew cream :

1. Blend all the ingredients together until smooth.

2. Spread half of the mixture on the crust and use a spatula to smooth it out.

3. Place the ladyfinger layer on top of the cream and then spread the rest of the cream on top of it.


1. Dust some cacao powder on top of your tiramisu.

2. Cover the tiramisu and let it sit in a refrigerator for at least 4 hours to firm up.

About the Author Jade Godderis from EcoTimes.org
Raw Vegan tiramisu

Author Jade Godderis is the Content Creator of ecotimes.org. A Belgian natural food enthusiast, enjoying creating natural whole-some recipes. As the chef of the house on EcoTimes.org, her aim is to show people that eating a healthy and wholesome plant-based diet can be very varied, flavorful and that it doesn’t have to be difficult at all! She can be contacted at ecotimes.org

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