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Mango Tart With Coconut Flour Crust

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Mango Tart with Coconut Flour Crust

Gluten, Soy & Dairy Free

crust:

1 cup organic coconut flour

1/4 cup white rice flour

1/4 cup shredded coconut

4 tb virgin coconut oil

1/4 cup chopped macadamia nuts

1/4 ts kosher or sea salt

1/4 ts baking powder

1/4 ts baking soda

1/2 cup sugar

topping:

2 fresh ripe mangoes, peeled, seeded and sliced into strips

1 tb lime juice

2 tb granulated sugar

Preheat oven to 350F.

In your favorite stand mixer, cream together coconut oil and 1/2 cup sugar. Add dry ingredients, stir to combine. Spray your favorite 8" springform pan. Press in pan and tamp down evenly. Prebake for 20 minutes.

Prepare mangoes, and put them in a small mixing bowl, with lime juice. Toss together with fingers, then arrange the slices along edge of crust, until you run out, then pour any remaining juices around fruit.

Lightly dust mangoes with sugar.

Bake for 35 minutes. Until mango is soft and you can cut it easily with a fork.

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I'm going to print this one and head out to Whole Foods to get the fixings. The crust sounds like it would work for any pie. I'll produce a pie and get back to you with my scientific analysis: Is There Any Left?

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:lol: brilliant!

And yes the crust is universal B)

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I'm going to print this one and head out to Whole Foods to get the fixings. The crust sounds like it would work for any pie. I'll produce a pie and get back to you with my scientific analysis: Is There Any Left?

HAHAHAHA!

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me too!! :lol:;)

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Sounds YUMMY!!!

I bet this would work with apples and pears too for the fall :)

I'd try a layer of plums, then pears. Or apples & raspberries.

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Sounds YUMMY!!!

I bet this would work with apples and pears too for the fall :)

Already working on am apple tart with caramel sauce! B)

you guys rock! :lol:

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I'd try a layer of plums, then pears. Or apples & raspberries.

I like the way you think Julie!

Already working on am apple tart with caramel sauce! B)

Can't wait for that recipe Collette. Apple and caramel....my weakness :lol:

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I just bought me a mango today at the store! Now I just have to decide whether I want to make this or the shrimp and mango salad! Great recipes both!

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:lol: THX Doll

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Love your recipes! I am a huge coconut flour and oil fan, so keep these recipes coming. I am in constant amazement at how you guys come up with these recipes off the top of your head. I've come a long way from cooking out of a box, but I still can't quite get myself to just wing it and see how it goes, lol.

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You can't be afraid to make a mistake. I have about 4 recipes I can't get to work no matter how many times I tweak them! ;):P (The one's I don't post!!) I have been pretty fortunate though with my recipes turning out better than I imagined in my head! (With exception to my yeast dough dramas LOL) :lol::):)

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You can't be afraid to make a mistake. I have about 4 recipes I can't get to work no matter how many times I tweak them! ;):P (The one's I don't post!!) I have been pretty fortunate though with my recipes turning out better than I imagined in my head! (With exception to my yeast dough dramas LOL) :lol::):)

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Hey, gimme one of those that doesn't work, I'll see what I can do.

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Do you have an ice cream maker Doll? B)

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Do you have an ice cream maker Doll? B)

I will soon! I need one to be able to try making sunbutter ice cream, since I can't have peanut butter ice cream. I already have a Kitchenaid, we just need to get the ice cream maker accesory.

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Copy and pasted. I love the fact that I can trust the recipes you post. You test them first and seem to have similar standards in food that I have (I'm a food snob, I expect my food to taste good and be good for me).

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