“Chocolate” Cream Pie (AIP/Paleo)

"Chocolate" Cream Pie (AIP/Paleo)

This coming November I will have been following the autoimmune protocol for three years. That is hard for me to even believe. Recently, I was looking back through all of the recipes I have created for the blog in that time and I realized that there were a few I had totally forgotten about, but just seeing their picture brought back so many memories. For every dish I can remember the motivation, the time in life it was created and what meaning it had to me. It is amazing how many memories food can trigger.

All of this reminiscing has me nostalgic now so I decided to go back and share a recipe with you that I created almost two years ago. At the time, I created it for a different project and I only recently got the green light to share it with all of you. This was one of the first original desserts I created on the protocol and it is still one of my favorites. The texture is fantastic and it is just the kind of comfort food dessert that will leave you happy and any non-AIP family and friends begging for more. Quite honestly I was very happy with myself when I created it all those years ago and I am just as happy to share it with you all today. I hope it will help you create many lovely memories to look back on.

"Chocolate" Cream Pie (AIP/Paleo)

“Chocolate” Cream Pie (AIP/Paleo)

Ingredients:

Crust:

  • 1 1/2 cups of coconut flour
  • a pinch of unrefined sea salt
  • 2/3 cup coconut oil, melted
  • 2/3 cup of shredded coconut

Filling:

  • 2 1/2 cups of full fat coconut milk (about 1 and a half cans)
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 tbs of vanilla extract (Optional)
  • ½ cup of honey
  • 1/2 cup of coconut butter
  • 1 cup of carob powder
  • 6 TBS Tapioca Flour
  • 2 TBS water
  • Large coconut flakes (optional)

Directions:

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a food processor, blend all of your crust ingredients. Scoop the mixture into an 8-inch pie plate and press to cover the entire plate and make a full crust; bake the crust for 15 minutes or until lightly golden brown.

2. In a large sauce pan, combine your coconut milk, carob, honey, and coconut butter. Stir over low to medium heat until it comes to a slow boil.

3. In a small bowl dissolve your tapioca flour in water and then pour it into the carob mixture stirring continuously. When the mixture has thickened slightly and developed a creamy texture pour it into your pie crust and smooth the top. (If the mixture thickens too much add in some more coconut milk, if it is not smooth enough blend it in the food processor). Refrigerate until chilled and firm (at least 2-3 hours). Garnish with large coconut flakes if desired.

 

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Jesse St. Jean

Jesse St. Jean

I am many things: a wife, a daughter, a sister, a nutritional therapist, a dog-mom… and I’m an autoimmune warrior.

10 Comments

  • This sounds really yummy and I will definitely be trying this. Just want to clarify one thing – in the directions it says to dissolve the tapioca, but in the ingredients there is no tapioca listed, just arrowroot flour. Which one is it, and how much water do you use to dissolve it? Thanks!

    • Thank you for bringing that to my attention. It is tapioca and you can dissolve it in about 2 TBS of water. I have adjusted the recipe above.

  • And to make the crust, do you just mix all the crust ingredients and put in a pie pan? Does it need to be baked at all?

    • I am not sure how the instructions on this got so messed up when the post got published. Everything should be fixed now. Refer back to the recipe for baking instructions. Thank you for asking.

  • We’re sensitive to tapioca flour over here. Could we possibly sub arrowroot for tapioca and still get the same result?

    • I am not sure how that would turn out in this recipe. Arrowroot and tapioca can sometimes be interchanged when they are being used as a thickening agent, but tapioca gives baked goods a much different texture than arrowroot does.

  • I just made this today. I really enjoy the filling but the crust stuck to the glass pie pan and is very crumbly and dry. Perhaps next time I’ll grease the pan first and bake the crust for less time. Any tips would be appreciated!

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