Hazelnut Chocolate Peach Ice Cream Cake.

The peaches season is coming to the end. I want to enjoy them as long as possible, because it is impossible to find the ripe, juicy, real peaches by the next summer in our area.

Nutrition in peaches has health benefits for antioxidants, even its content not as much as other fruits such bananas. Calories in raw peach every 100 gr is 39 calories.

Peach has anti-aging properties, increase immunity and is detoxification or help remove toxins from the body. Peach is also rich in fiber, vitamins A, B, C, and E and has a high antioxidant content.

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When I use peaches at the recipe I always try to keep them as fresh as possible, with all juice and moist in them.

This time I made Raw Hazelnut Chocolate Peach Ice Cream Cake. To my surprise, peaches work great with chocolate, and make a great combination in the cold desserts.

This is a very easy and delicious frozen cake. It will take you about 20 minutes to make and after a couple hours in the freezer you will get the fancy, healthy, delicious summer desert.

Raw Hazelnut Chocolate Peach Ice Cream Cake.

Ingredients:

Cake Base:

1 1/2 cups raw hazelnuts, soaked
1 cup coconut flakes
3/4 cup raw cacao powder
1 cup date paste

Cream Layer:
5 peaches
1 banana
1/4 tsp ground vanilla bean

Process hazelnuts until they are fine crumbs. In a large bowl, combine hazelnuts, date paste, coconut and cacao powder until it is combined like a dough. Press into a pie pan and prepare the filling.

In a blender, blend the peaches with the banana and vanilla bean until completely smooth and creamy.

Pour the filling over the crust and freeze for 4 hours or until the topping is solid.

Enjoy frozen !

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