Jungle Pie with Chocolate Crust, Banana Slices & Chunky Coconut Topping

Jungle Pie with Banana, Coconut & Chocolate

Jungle Pie with Chocolate Crust, Banana Slices & Chunky Coconut Topping- All raw and extra delicious! From Emily Von Euw’s Rawsome Vegan Baking.


Jungle Pie with Banana, Coconut & Chocolate

You guys! It’s finally time! I posted about receiving a copy of Emily Von Euw’s new un-cookbook, Rawsome Vegan Baking, on instagram a few weeks ago and now I’m ready to share a delicious recipe from it with you. But, first, let me tell you a tid bit about what I think of this raw dessert masterpiece!

Rawsome Vegan Baking

Firstly, Emily’s photos are incredibly beautiful and will definitely make you drool, and it seems like there is a photo for nearly every single recipe (which I love). She has sinful-looking cupcakes, tons o’ tarts and small-bite recipes that will healthily tide your sweet tooth over. The best part of all is that the recipes are mostly really easy to make! A couple use a dehydrator, but it’s nothing crazy.

So, if you’re thinking about dabbling in the art of Raw Dessert Making, you should definitely check this book out! Lucky for you, I’m giving a copy away to the fortunate reader that wins the contest below. πŸ˜€ Oh, and for the record, I made this recipe by halving it and placing it into two mini-tart pans. It was fantastic!

Jungle Pie with Banana, Coconut & Chocolate

Jungle Pie with Chocolate Crust, Banana Slices & Chunky Coconut Topping

Yield: 8 -10
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Chilling Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes

"Its cacao apart, I imagine monkeys would love this pie; they dig bananas and coconuts and so do I. That rhyme wasn’t intentional; I can’t lie. Okay, I’ll stop now. This recipe is practically overflowing with super-healthy fats, energy-giving nutrients, big flavor and unrefined love. Drizzle it with some chocolate sauce to complete the bliss experience! Rub it on your face for a moisturizing scrub! Or just eat." -Emily Von Euw



  • 1 cup raw Brazil nuts, 133 g
  • 1 tablespoon cacao powder, 8 g
  • 1 cup pitted dates, 175 g


  • 2 to 3 bananas


  • 3 cups unsweetened shredded coconut, 255 g
  • ΒΌ cup agave nectar, 85 g
  • ΒΌ cup melted coconut oil, 59 ml


  • Liquid raw chocolate (You can mix agave nectar, cacao powder and a bit of melted coconut oil for this!), page 209


    TO MAKE THE CRUST: Pulse the nuts into powder in your food processor. Add the cacao and dates and process until it all begins to stick together. Press into a tart or pie pan and refrigerate.

    TO MAKE THE COCONUT LAYER: Process 2 cups of the coconut into a coconut butter–like consistency. It will take several minutes and doesn’t have to be totally smooth. Add the rest of the ingredients and process until it all combines. Slice your bananas and arrange them in the bottom of your crust; scoop on your coconut mixture and pat down, sealing in the bananas. Refrigerate for an hour or two until set. Then drizzle on the chocolate and go bananas.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 10
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 286Total Fat: 18gSaturated Fat: 9gUnsaturated Fat: 0gSodium: 1mgCarbohydrates: 28gFiber: 4gSugar: 23gProtein: 3g

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48 Comments on “Jungle Pie with Chocolate Crust, Banana Slices & Chunky Coconut Topping

  1. I want to devour all of that gorgeous pie! With my new diabetic diet, I completely cut out sugar. Now I need to try some raw baked treats! Gorgeous, Hugs, Terra

  2. Yes, I love the simplicity and pure ingredients. And they always taste amazing–like, how can this be SO good and so easy?

  3. I want that cookbook so badly! Already added it to my Amazon wishlist in case I don’t win ;]

  4. My first ever raw dessert was a pumpkin pie from This Rawesome Vegan Life. I made it for Thanksgiving and it was a hit. I would love to own a copy of this book!

  5. Um, yum! I love that the banana layer is like a little surprise. It’s funny that vegan baking is now super “normal” for me, so I’ve of course got to start experimenting with raw! πŸ˜‰

  6. OH MY GOSH! I’ve been DYING to get her book! I adore Emily so much<3 Her recipes are such a treat to enjoy each week, and she's just so lovely. What a perfect person to host her book giveaway!:) THANK YOU!!!

    My favorite ingredient in raw desserts is dried figs. So many people use dates, but Black Mission Figs are my go-to! So delicious! Plus, when paired with coconut, almonds, pecans, macadamias, and pumpkin seeds, they're a real treat, let me tell you:) THANK YOU SO MUCH AGAIN!

    I would love to share her recipes on my blog with my readers!!:) The book has been in my Amazon Wish List for a month now;)<3

  7. This pie looks awesomely yummy! I wish I could eat the page – it looks so good! I must try the recipe! I have never tried making a raw dessert before and this doesn’t seem difficult. Thank you.

  8. Never have but I want to try things whose nutrition isn’t lessened by a hot oven

  9. I’ve tried a few of emily ‘ s recipes. I would love to try them all. They always seem so simple, & yummy.

  10. I love raw desserts, especially in summer when the last thing I want to do is turn on the oven (I can’t wait for those days – I am so sick of winter!). Gorgeous photos, Jackie!

  11. I’ve tried several of Emily’s recipes from her blog! All great! Can’t wait to try out this un-cookbook! (pick me! pick me!). Thanks for the entry! πŸ™‚

  12. The recipe not only looks delicious & impressive, but it’s simple! Heading over to Amazon to check out her book. Thank you for sharing her book.

  13. I love raw desserts because they are healthier since they have more enzymes and no processed junk. My favorites so far have been homemade lara-style bars and frozen banana soft serve.

  14. I have been veg*n for 20+ years, vegan for the past 6. Hard to believe that such deliciousness can come in raw form. I’d love to learn more!

  15. I’ve tried out some raw desserts from Gorilla Food in Vancouver and love them. This actually seems simple enough to make without hours of effort. Making this for a weekend potluck!

  16. I love raw desserts because I feel better eating them and less guilty. Raw food is awesome because it takes away all extra ingredients that your body doesn’t need. I have been following Emily since day one! One of my favorite bloggers! http://www.vidaverdedr.com/

  17. I love raw desserts because I feel better eating them and less guilty. Raw food is awesome because it takes away all extra ingredients that your body doesn’t need. I have been following Emily since day one! One of my favorite bloggers! http://www.vidaverdedr.com/

  18. I’ve really been wanting to get into more dessert making, and raw desserts seem so healthy compared to other kinds of desserts. This would be the perfect motivation for me!

  19. I just made some raw cheesecakes-vegan. And they were yummy! I would love to see some of these recipes!

  20. This looks absolutely delish. Makes the becoming-vegan transition super super fun & easy !

  21. Oh come on, this just look incredible! My mouth is watering right now. Since I tried raw vegan brownies last week, I wanna make way more raw cakes. This is gonna be on my to do list πŸ™‚

    Love from Germany,

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  23. I have an insatiable sweet tooth and zero self control, seriously, I make a cake-> therefore eat a cake. 2 dozen cooked–> yep, 2 dozen cookies eaten in a day. So I feel at least better eating raw desserts with super healthy ingredients! Plus the usually taste better and don’t leave you in an icky sugar come!

  24. That looks amazing, and I never would have thought of pairing coconut with bananas and chocolate!

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  26. I’m new to raw desserts, but you mix chocolate, coconut and bananas in a single place and you have my heart — I’ll follow you to the ends of the earth!

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  28. Hi, this recipe is fantastic. I have just had my first attempt of making it and it’s amazing!!! I will definitely be making many more. Could you please tell me how many calories you reckon are in one slice/serving? Thanks x

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