• Difficulty Easy


A raw – no cook – bliss cake recipe, perfect for an energy snack for a lunch box or for a busy mum!

Ingredients for this delicious bliss cake recipe:


  • 2 cups walnuts
  • 2 cups almonds
  • 8 dates
  • Process in a food processor until smooth

Lemon cream

  • 1½ cups macadamia nuts
  • ½ cup honey, rice syrup or stevia
  • 2 tbsp. lemon juice (if you like lime you can use it instead)
  • ¼ cup of water
  • Process in a high powered food processor like vitamix until smooth

Icing cream

  • 2 cups coconut meat or cashew nuts
  • 1 cup pine nuts
  • ¼ cup honey
  • ¼ cup coconut water
  • Process in a high powered food processor like vitamix until smooth
  • 4 tbsp. dried coconut powder


  • You can choose what fruit you would like, thinly sliced e.g. banana, papaya and mango.

How to make this bliss cake recipe

  1. Put half of the crust into a flan base or cake tin.
  2. Push it hard until it is firm all around.
  3. Place thin slices of banana to cover the base.
  4. Put another layer of crust over the banana, push down firmly and then pour the lime cream on top.
  5. Then add slices of papaya and mango on top and pour the icing cream over that.
  6. Then add another layer of papaya and mango slices all over the top.
  7. Lastly, sprinkle dried coconut all over the last layer and put it in the fridge for an hour.
  8. It’s then ready to serve.


This bliss cake recipe is raw and therefore requires no cooking. Not for those with candida. This delicious bliss cake recipe takes a bit of time but is worth it as the taste is sensational. 

Michèle Wolff is a leading health practitioner and a qualified naturopath, nutritionist, herbalist and nurse. Her new book ‘Digestive Solutions – 101 Proven Methods to Solve Your Tummy Problems Naturally’ is available from bookstores and good online booksellers.

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  • I do enjoy coming across unique recipes; this one meets the criteria.

    • The ingredients in the icing are yummy.


  • Oh my gosh, that lemon cream sounds amazing! Definitely need to try this out. Thank you for sharing.


  • Just found this recipe. Absolutely amazing! Can’t wait to try it with the fam!


  • This sounds absolutely delicious


  • Wow, what a cool recipe. A few elements but sounds amazing.


  • interesting recipe


  • Well this recipe looks bliss and so full of goodness, must try.


  • Well that’s different. Sounds like it would be costly to make, but pretty tasty. Don’t know that my ancient food processor would be up to the job though :(


  • a very interesting cake recipe


  • Interesting recipe ,great for visitors ,.


  • a unique recipe…worth a try and love the fact that its no cook


  • Bliss cakes sound blissful and perfect for afternoon tea to avoid the afternoon energy slump.


  • Love the sound of that lemon cream


  • I just love how different this is


  • Any no cook recipe is a good one, I think I could manage to make this – hubby would like it. Thank you for the recipe.


  • Good read thanks for the information


  • This sound delicious, but with so many nuts it would be a bit expensive for anything other than special occasions


  • I love a good no cook cake recipe.


  • Love new ideas


  • this sounds such a lovely recipe, I think the crust is awesome


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