This no-bake Goji berry tart combines the flavors of goji berries, strawberries, and raspberries and is packed with antioxidants and tons of flavor. Plus, this recipe uses all-natural ingredients and is gluten-free, vegan, plant-based, and refined sugar-free!
Blend the mixed nuts into a crumb consistency. Then, add the coconut, dates and salt and blend. The mixture should hold its' shape when pressed/squeezed.
If it isn't sticky enough then you can either add another date or a little coconut oil and blend once more.
When ready, pour the mixture into the tart pan (8″/20cm) and press down with something round and flat (like the bottom of a drinking glass) to spread evenly.
Place in the fridge to chill while you prepare the filling.
Step 2. Prepare The Filling
Blend all of the berries together into a liquid and, optionally, sieve, to remove any seeds/ pulpy bits.
In a medium/large pot, add all of the ingredients apart from the berries. It may be easier to create a "slurry" with the cornstarch and some of the coconut milk before adding it to the pan (just in case you have issues with it clumping). Stir well to combine and then add in the berry mixture and stir well.
Allow it to heat over a medium heat and when the mixture begins to start thickening then remove from the heat.
Step 3. Combine, Chill, and Decorate
Pour the filling over the crust (you can do this while it's still warm), tap the tart tin on a counter a few times, to release any air bubbles, and then place it in the fridge to chill and set.
Once completely set, remove the tart from the pan (I use one with a loose bottom, to make it easy to push up and out) the goji berry tart is ready to decorate and serve.
How To Decorate and Serve
Serve alone or decorate with additional berries, edible flowers, dragon fruit balls, and sprinkles (like shredded coconut).You can also serve alongside fresh coconut whipped cream or even ice cream, for more of a "treat". Serve directly from the fridge or at room temperature.
How To Store
Keep it within an airtight container in the fridge for 4-5 days. If storing, then it's best to add any toppings just before serving, as these can affect the shelf life. This tart is not freezer-friendly as agar agar will change texture.
The nuts: For a nut-free tart crust you can blend oats with some coconut oil, liquid sweetener of your choice (alternatively, coconut sugar provides lovely flavor), and a pinch of salt.