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Walnut Chocolate Crust

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  1. Mix all the ingredients for the crust in a food processor.
  2. Process until the mixture sticks together when you pinch it between two fingers.
  3. Gently press dough into 7” Springform pan and set aside

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7 thoughts on “Walnut Chocolate Crust

  1. anita.kumar says:

    wonderful ideas, been to so much many sites,found this the most helpful
    God bless u and thnx a million,keep up with the good job

  2. anita.kumar says:

    wonderful ideas
    God bless u pls keep up with the good work

  3. afsaneh says:

    Thank you so much for inspiring site, information, recipes and your presence.
    i have a general question about crusts. Can we skip dehydrating and use wet well drained soaked nuts and seeds for crust recipes and keep them for a few days in refrigerator?

    • amie-sue says:

      You can Afsaneh… I prefer to use nuts/seeds that have been soaked then dried because sometimes it can make the crust more soggy-like when using wet nuts/seeds. Often depends on the filling being poured over it but in the end, you will be find to do so. :) Have a great week weekend. amie sue

      • Afsaneh says:

        Thanks Amy-sue!!! Totally right. I came up also with the idea to use wet crust, only if i transfer to and keep it in the freezer like ice tart. Otherwise to dry the crust will be the best option to keep as fresh and crunchy as possible!!
        Your recepies are gorgous and deliciuos even only if i make them in my mind:)))

        • amie-sue says:

          Thank you Afsaneh. :) You are well on your way in making wonderful creations! I can just sense it hehe Blessings, amie sue

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