|Almond Flour Raspberry Coconut Chocolate Tart
|photo by recipe author
Servings: (1) 9 inch tart
Preparation Time: 15 minutes + chilling time
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Grease a 9 inch tart pan, with a removable bottom, with coconut oil.
Combine all crust ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Press crust mixture evenly into prepared tart pan.
Put bittersweet chocolate chips in a medium bowl. Bring coconut milk to a boil in a small saucepan; immediately pour coconut milk over chocolate and allow to sit for one minute, then stir until smooth. Add raspberry preserves, combine well.
Pour chocolate filling into the prepared crust. Decorate the top with fresh whole raspberries and put the tart in the fridge to cool completely for 1-2 hours, up to overnight. Serve cold with whipped cream, if desired.
Make Your Own Coconut Milk
*For the freshest coconut milk make homemade coconut milk. (See video at this link.)
Recipe and photo by Orissa. Submit your own creative coconut recipes here for a chance to win $50!
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