Mango-Pie

These two London-based sisters, Sophie and Tilda, are in Rude Health. They’ve founded Sister & Co. as a result of their passion for effective natural skincare and clean eating made delicious. Their mission is to make foods from around the world more accessible, as well as educate others about their many uses.
Sister & Co. Coconut Oil is a coconut oil unlike any other. This one’s from Kerala, India. It’s the organic, extra virgin type – a staple in both the kitchen and bathroom.
Sophie learnt this recipe in Goa and it’s an absolute favourite. It’s so good you can have it for breakfast – the high nutrient content of the fruit, nuts, honey, and coconut oil will keep you going all morning! What’s more is that this recipe is raw, and free from gluten, dairy and refined sugar. She used Sprouted Porridge Oats (they’re soaked rather than steamed) which releases their vital nutrients and makes them easier for the body to digest. Sprouting also gives oats a deliciously creamy texture.

 

Ingredients

For the base:

200g Rude Health Sprouted Porridge Oats (these are gluten free)

100g almonds

6 medjool dates (pitted)

1 tbsp extra virgin coconut oil

1 tbsp raw manuka honey or pure maple syrup

 

For the filling:

400g mango

150g pineapple

250g raw cashews (soaked in cold water and a pinch of salt at least 3 hours)

1 tsp extra virgin coconut oil

3 tsp raw manuka honey

 

Instructions:

  1. To make the base, simply blend the oats, almonds, dates, honey and coconut oil together in a food processor until broken down and and a chunky paste is created. Press the base evenly into a 10″ springform cake tin.
  2. To make the filling, blend the mango, pineapple, soaked cashews, honey and coconut oil together in a food processor until you get a smooth cream. Pour over the base and smooth with a spatula.
  3. Put in the freezer for at least 2 hours, and transfer to the fridge for the last 15 minutes before serving to soften a little. Decorate how you like – we love using berries, dessicated coconut and if a special occasion, brightly coloured petals.

 

 

Eat right, stay brilliant.