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Pecan Mousse

Paleolithic Raw Food Recipe

Pecan Mousse contains purified water, pitted dates, soaked currants and your choice of succulent healing spices.

pecans in Pecan Mousse


1 cup pecans
2 cups purified water
3 to 5 pitted dates
Sauce: 2 cups soaked currants
Spice Options: fresh ginger root, cinnamon

Recipe Directions

Soak currents 1 to 4 hours in warm, purified water, saving the soaking water.

8 to 10 hours before serving: In blender: blend pecans and dates with 2 cups of water, pour into a 9-inch glass pie plate.

Put the pie plate into the dehydrator at 105 degrees, for 8-10 hours, or until mousse consistency.

2 - 4 hours before serving: In blender: blend 1/2 currants, keeping the sauce thick, spicing to taste, pour into a bowl and 'warm' in the dehydrator with the mousse.

Serve warm, garnishing with currants, surrounding with the warmed sauce.

Recipe Notes

The sauce could be made with raisins, figs, or apricots, or any dried fruit you fancy.

Nutrition Information

Recipe makes 6 to 8 servings.

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