It’s Valentine’s Day, well almost, So I thought I would create a little vegan treat!
It’s been a while since I baked or prepared anything like this, I mean aside from the chocolate carrot cake I made for my sister a few weeks ago for her birthday but I’m going to say that that one doesn’t count. I haven’t experimented on sweets in a while, so I figured why not make something, right?
Am I the only one who automatically thinks of chocolate when I think of Valentine’s? My mind doesn’t even go into flowers, love, gifts or whatever, it just goes straight to chocolate. I’m not a huge fan of Valentine’s day though just because we should express our feelings to those we love every single day! I don’t need a holiday to share the love I want to share to the world and you shouldn’t either! So my way of showing you guys how much I love YOU is by sharing this recipe with you!
I do have an advance warning though, this is quite addicting, so make sure to share it so you don’t end up eating the whole thing! (Although it is lower in fat than most desserts so you’ll be fine)
This recipe uses no oil, or salt to keep the fat and sodium nice and low.
- 1 Cup Oat Flour
- 3 Tbs Oat Bran
- 1 Tbs Flaxseed Meal
- 1 Tbs Coco Sugar
- 1/4 tsp Cinnamon
- 1 Ripe Banana
Fluffy Chocolate Filling
- 250g Chopped Bittersweet or Dark Chocolate
- 1/2 Cup Soy Milk
- 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 2 Tbs Coco Sugar
- 4-5 Sliced Ripe Bananas (more if desired)
- Chopped Nuts
- Mix the dry ingredients of the crust.
- Mash together the dry ingredients mix with the banana.
- Spread the “dough” onto the pie tin.
- Bake at 350 degrees celsius for 15 minutes then let it cool.
- Melt the chocolate then whisk in all the other ingredients for the chocolate filling, then place in the fridge for a few minutes to let it set.
- Chop your bananas and lay them on the pie crust.
- Spread the chocolate filling over the bananas.
- Sprinkled your choice of chopped nuts on top.
- Slice, serve, share, and enjoy!
Simple enough, right?
As you can read, it is extremely easy to make this and it can be done within 30 minutes so it’s a great recipe for those who don’t have much time on their hands. Don’t forget to put a lot of love into them as well though! That’s the most important ingredient of them all.
I hope you have a lovely Valentine’s this year, make sure to spread you light to those you love!
Peace and Love,