Berry Frost Pie (Raw Food)

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Here is a fun & fruity, rich & creamy treat found on the internet! Amounts were tweaked a bit to fit into a 9" deep dish pie plate! Preparation time does not include time either to chill in the refrigerator or to freeze in the freezer!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. FOR THE CRUST ~ Using a food processor, process nuts until finely ground.
  2. Add dates & cinnamon & process until completely mixed.
  3. Press this nut mixture evenly into the bottom & up the sides of a 9" deep dish pie plate. Refrigerate to set the nut crust, about 30 minutes.
  4. FOR THE FILLING ~ Combine both berries & milk in food processor & process until well blended!
  5. When nut crust is set, pour filling into crust.
  6. EITHER refrigerate if intending to serve unfrozen, OR put in freezer for several hours if wanting to have a frozen dessert!
Most Helpful

I didn't exactly serve this raw, because I thought "It's a frozen dessert, I don't have to defrost it!" Wrong! You can't cut an ice cube! So I microwaved it about 2 minutes. It was still frosty though. Back when making it, I though the filling needed a little more sweetness (probably because most of the other pies I was making had regular old refined sugar in them and that sets the dessert standard). I tried adding 5 dates to the pureed berries, but my food processor didn't want to cooperate with that, so I fished them out. I would probably add them *with* the berries next time. However, at serving time, I very much enjoyed the pie. Maybe because I was expecting it to be subtle.

mliss29 February 27, 2010

Made for Gimme 5. I had to use my blender as I still don't have a food processor. The dates didn't get processed as well, but it was still good. I forgot the cinnamon too. I had to add a little more rice milk than called for and added some honey to cut the tartness. I think I will add a little more honey next time, but the family liked it (except for DD who didn't like it frozen). This is a great, healthy dessert to give the kids. Thanks Syd!

WI Cheesehead January 25, 2010

Whoohoo! This was really good and it's raw. Always looking for more ways to eat raw and enjoy it. I did add several drops of Stevia to the fruit. I served it frozen. Definitely making again. Thanks for posting. Made for PRMR.

Boo Chef in West Texas June 20, 2009