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  1. Caitlin

    these are gorgeous, amber! i love the photos. i also love how “clean” the recipe is. it’s too good not to try! plus almonds and pears make a perfect combo.

  2. Maria @ Little Miss Cornucopia

    MUST. TRY. THESE!! thank you for sharing this with us! :]

  3. Pappa Don't Preach

    Just sent this over to my roommmate. All over it! YUM!

  4. An Unrefined Vegan

    Now those…are positively stunning. I want to slurp those babies right up!

  5. Noelle (@singerinkitchen)

    These look so delicious!

  6. amber

    Hi Amber,

    These are the cutest! And they look so rich, creamy and delicious. I love how well they hold together. I’ve pinned these to make soon. I think these would be just perfect for a Thanksgiving dessert – light and refreshing after that big meal. We are really into pears right now (Asian pears are our favorite).

    I hear ya with the warm weather. Sounds like many of us are patiently waiting for the cool weather. Happy fall to you lovely lady. This is also my favorite time of year. Halloween is my favorite Holiday – and not for the candy part of it…but for the dressing up. I’ve never missed a Halloween and dress up every year and probably will forever. It’s just too fun.

    Hugs,
    –Amber

  7. Lori and Michelle (@purelytwins)

    YUM! need to make these

  8. Megan @ The Detoxinista

    These look amazing. I’m so jealous of your Fall weather in Kansas! It’s 100-degrees in LA today… ugh.

  9. hihorosie

    Looks amazing! Mmm!

  10. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    So pretty! October is definitely my favorite month, very excited about fall.

  11. elamonster

    Happy October to you!
    I hope things are calming down for you now, as they seem to possibly be beginning to (a girl can hope!) for me.
    This sounds so comforting and delicious, simple yet sophisticated–thanks for sharing!
    If your gorgeous Australian friend is still around, ask her if she loves hummus and marmite together, or if that’s only applicable to someone whose genes are half middle eastern, half british!
    love
    Ela

  12. cheezyk

    Yuuuuum! We’re heading into the warmer months down here so anything that doesn’t require the oven is a good thing 🙂

  13. nik

    ohgoodfreakingolly! You are a screaming genius in the kitchen…other than that I am speechless with this yumful creation. 🙂

  14. veganhomemade

    This recipe sounds absolutely incredible! Love the combination of pear and almond, and they seem easy to make too.

  15. Laura S

    Your photos = AH-mazing! Made my mouth water. And it’s no-bake, ready in 20 minutes? I don’t see how this recipe could go wrong. Excited to try it…thank you!

  16. Trish @ MyBigFatBundt

    Oh my goodness…these sound SO delicious. I love traditional pies and ALWAYS indulge in a few too many this time of the year, so a raw, nut-based crust is appreciated. 🙂 Question. Does the fruit actually soften if you leave these overnight? I like raw fruits, but typically only in their whole fruit form. I’m not ‘crazy’ about raw desserts where they look like a pie but then the fruit is still crunchy. I know, I know. Weird. I just really love/crave that baked fruit taste/texture this time of the year. 🙂 Pinned!

  17. Bobbie {the vegan crew}

    Ohh, I have to try one of these! Lucky for us we’ve got loads of pears just waiting to be used!

  18. Meghan Telpner (@MeghanTelpner)

    These look amazing!

  19. The Newlywed Chefs (@NewlywedChefs)

    Amber, these look so so good! Perfect for any fall party!

  20. Richa

    i like mini things, the spice and pear! have to make me some!

  21. River - Wing It Vegan

    Absolutely beautiful! You are the queen of the raw tartlets! I made your Raspberry Lemon Mousse Tartlets today, but with a Halloweegan twist! They were amazing, and even Mr. Wing-It who isn’t into raw desserts raved about it – you rock!!

  22. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Wow Amber these look to die for! I just HAVE to try them! Thanks for the music recommendation too! Can never have too much good music!

  23. Jenny

    These look so light and tasty. Hey, are you going to the Texas State Veggie Fair this year? And I’ve finally started trying out recipes from your book. I got a late start with the new baby. 🙂

  24. glutenfreehappytummy

    how cute!!! they look delicious!

  25. cquek

    It looks good, thick, and rich!

  26. coconutandberries

    Tried out your recipe today and it was great, thank you 🙂 As it’s just me I only made a 3rd of the recipe and put it into 2 little ramekins, one for today and one for tomorrow! I’ll definitely be making it again, maybe I’ll try the cashew butter variation next time…

  27. Anna

    Thanks for beautifull dessert! 🙂
    I was just wonderring – how do you take it out from that form without braking it?? : )