Total Time
Prep 35 mins
Cook 0 mins

For all you "raw foodists" out there -- here's apple pie without cooking! I got this from a friend and have never tried it myself, but I'm sure it's good.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Soak raisins in distilled water.
  2. Using food processor, combine crust ingredients; press into pie pan.
  3. Place all filling ingredients (including water and raisins) into food processor, and pulse until a medium coarseness is achieved.
  4. Place filling into pie crust, sprinkle with coconut if desired, chill and serve.
Most Helpful

This is my first attempt at "raw (un)cooking." I made about a quarter recipe and assembled it in a bowl. I didn't peal the apples, I used dried currants instead of raisins, and I added a little more flax (following a previous comment). Well, it just kind of crumbled apart, but it tasted delicious! A little crunchier, but similar in taste to baked apple pie. I'm just glad that it was easy, quick, and it tastes fresh and light. Thanks!

MissLinguist March 08, 2007

First off I want to say that this crust is definitley 5 stars! It held together nicely and the sweet nutty flavor is perfect with the apples. The apple filling tasted great, though it didn't hold together at all for me. Maybe a bit more flax seed would have helped it stay together? The taste was very similar to regular pie, but with a little crunch. I did notice that after a couple days the crust soaked up some moisture and didn't have quite the same texture, though it still tasted fine. Thanks for a healthy and yummy dessert I can feel good about eating, Messy Cook!

yogi December 03, 2005