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Coconut Matcha Tart (Vegan)

Coconut Matcha Tart: World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

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Fancy making a Coconut Matcha Tart?

How To Make An Coconut Matcha Tart:

Preparation time 7 hours 15 minutes
Cooking time 20 mins

Serves 5

Fluted tartlets (12cm with a removable base.)

You Will Need:

Crust:

35g jumbo rolled oats

35g dried unsweetened shredded coconut

80g oat flour

20g cocoa powder

5g sea salt

115g almond meal

30g brown rice flour

35 g coconut oil,

90ml maple syrup

6ml vanilla extract

Matcha Filling:

40g cup whole raw cashews

150g cups dried unsweetened shredded coconut

675ml water

100ml maple syrup,

10g agar flakes

5g matcha tea, (plus more to dust)

12ml vanilla extract

How To Make Coconut Matcha Tart (Vegan):

1.) Firstly, preheat oven to 180°c.

2.) First melt the coconut oil. Then use a little to thoroughly oil the fluted tartlets and set aside.

3.) Add oats, coconut, oat flour, cocoa powder and salt to a food processor and blend until oats and coconut are finely ground. Place in a bowl and stir in almond meal and brown rice flour. Stir in the rest of the coconut oil and mix until all the flour is moistened.

4.) Add maple syrup and vanilla and mix again until the dough forms a ball. If the dough is very sticky set it aside for 10 minutes to thicken up. Wash and dry your hands and press the crust thinly and evenly into prepared tart pans. Prick with a fork and bake 18 minutes. Remove from oven and set aside to cool.

To Make The Filling:

1.) Soak the cashew nuts for 6 hours in cold water. Drain and rinse cashews, and add them to an upright blender. Add the coconut, fresh water, and blend on the highest speed until smooth.

2.) Then line a large strainer with a nut milk bag or several layers of muslin. Place the strainer over a heavy-based saucepan. Pour the mixture into the lined strainer and gather the edges of the bag or cloth and gently squeeze out all liquid. Discard the solids. You should have 675ml of coconut-cashew milk, if not make up the difference with more cold water. Rinse out the blender.

3.) Next place the saucepan of cashew coconut milk over medium heat, add maple syrup and agar flakes and bring to the boil, once boiling whisk constantly. Reduce heat to low, and simmer for 15 minutes or until all agar flakes have dissolved. Whisk the mixture every 5 minutes to prevent sticking.

4.) Remove from heat, and allow to cool for 10 minutes then pour the mixture into the blender. Add matcha powder and vanilla and blend until evenly combined. Gently pour into each tart pan. Allow to sit for another 15 minutes before transferring to the fridge. Allow to set for 1 hour.

5.) To serve dust with a little matcha powder.

Coconut Matcha Tart (Vegan)

Coconut Matcha Tart: World’s Biggest Coffee Morning:

Coconut Matcha Tart (Vegan). Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning takes place on Friday 30th September 2016.

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Coconut Matcha Tart (Vegan)

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