Coconut cream & Almond Semla dessert parfait

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Yes, I did come up with the idea and created the recipe after the Swedish national “fat Tuesday”, which is supposed to be the only day you eat “semlor”  (a kind of Swedish cardamom wheat bun filled cream and almond paste). Shame on me, I know. 

Anyway, this is the result of some experimentation of mine. I am so happy with the simplicity of the result, yet it has complex flavours and different texture in contrast to each other. Not to forget, so quick and easy to make, easily adjustable as well. I, personally, am super pleased with the result, as I believe that anyone can enjoy this dessert. Children will love its sweetness and mild flavours, adults will love the contrast in textures and complex flavours.

Enough said, enjoy guys!

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Coconut cream & Almond Semla dessert parfait

[Vegan, whole food, refined sugar-, gluten-, oil-free, fruit sweetened]

Serving 2 small dessert     Time 15 minutes

Ingredients
  • 4 dates
  • 2-3 tbsp almond flour
  • 6 tbsp room temprature coconut cream
  • Optional 1-2 tsp sweetener of choice
  • Optionally A splash of vanilla essence
  • Around 4-6 tbsp granola or musli of choice, preferably flavoured with cardamom
Directions
  1. In a food processor, mixer or using your hands or handmixer mix or mash the dates while adding a tbsp of almond flour at a time. It should become paste like. If it gets too dry add some plant milk or water and if too dry add more almond flour.
  2. Using an electric wisp whip the coconut cream together with optional sweetener and vanilla.
  3. Divide the granola between two dessert bowls, if it’s not already cardamom flavoured just sprinkle some on top. Scoop and divide the almond paste as well and top with the coconut cream –  I used a piping bag for both – and optionally top with icing sugar or more granola.

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