How to Make Raw Watermelon Cake!

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1780782_252026971631051_2007763478_n During detox week we held Wholefoods for Wellness cooking classes throughout our stores. We sipped on komboucha, created almond crackers with raw zuchinni hummus and made a delectable dish of vegetables pasta with walnut mince. It didn’t dissapoint! Even though we were detoxing, it didn’t mean we were going to leave out dessert! So we made watermelon cake. A cake that was made and ready to eat in 5 minutes. A cake that is good enough to eat for breakfast! Oh, and it’s delicious too.

What you need:

  • one watermelon (any size)
  • assortment of fresh fruit for decoration
  • shredded coconut to decorate the sides

For the icing:

  • half a cup coconut milk
  • chia seeds
  • 2 cheeks of frozen mango (fresh is OK too)

What you do: Slice the the top and bottom off the watermelon so you are just left with the middle section that is approximately 10cm high. Then slice the rind off the middle section. Ta da! Here is your cake.

To make the icing mix all ingredients in a blender until thoroughly combined. If you think the mixture is to thin, add more chia seeds. If you think it’s too thick, add more coconut milk.

Now it’s time to assemble. Spread the icing over the watermelon until completely covered. Then you can get creative and decorate the top with fresh fruit and the sides with shredded coconut.

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Give this a go and let us know what you think!

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About Vladia Cobrdova:

Vladia Cobrdova is the COO and Wellness Ambassador for aboutlife, a Nutritionist and Author. After being involved in the hospitality industry for years at her home in Czechoslovakia, she moved to Australia where she pursued studies in Natural Health & Therapies. She has been working with the Organic Industry for close to 15 years and knows everything there is to know about operations and business management. She’s seen organics & wellness go from alternative to mainstream.

She has combined her love for real food, business and operations to create what she calls her ‘dream job’ as the Chief Operations Officer of aboutlife. She believes aboutlife is a powerful vehicle for reaching thousands of people at once and making an impact on people’s health on a large scale.

Vladia is the Author of the Wholefoods for Wellness cookbook, which features some of your favourite aboutlife dishes that you can cook at home. She also is the co-ordinator of aboutlife’s popular Wholefoods for Wellness classes held monthly at their 5 stores.

Vladia Cobrdova

You can find Vladia at:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/vladiacobrdova
Instagram: www.instagram.com/vladiacobrdova
and in an aboutlife store near you: www.aboutlife.com.au

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