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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Fluffkin Pie! (S)



Fluffkin pie? Fluffy pumpkin pie....mmmm....pie.....


I just love living the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle. Look at what I can have for breakfast if I want.

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This lovely little pie is dairy free, gluten free, egg free...yet delicious. I decided to make a cinnamon pecan crust and top it with this delicious fluffy pumpkinny filling. Perfect for thanksgiving....or for breakfast.


Fluffkin Pie

Crust:
1.5 cups pecans (use 2 if you want the crust to go up higher on your pie plate)
1 teaspoon Sweet Blend
1/4-1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
3 Tablespoons melted butter (sub coconut oil for dairy free option)

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Place all ingredients in food processor pouring melted butter on top. Process by pulsing until the pecans are broken down and coming together, but be careful! You don't want pecan butter!

Pour into a pie plate, pat flat and up the rim with fingers, bake for 10 minutes. Allow to cool.

Fluffkin:
1 15oz can cooconut cream (I buy at Trader Joes, or buy full fat, refrigerate, turn over and remove liquid, use solids left behind)
2 teaspoons Sweet Blend
1/2 teaspoon vanilla

Combine cream, sweet blend and vanilla in cold mixing bowl Whip until fluffy and light, set aside.

1 15oz can unsweetened pumpkin
1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
1 Tablespoon + 1 teaspoon Sweet Blend
pinch of salt

Combine ingredients in mixer until well mixed. Fold in the saved coconut cream until well, but gently mixed.

Pour into pie crust and refrigerate overnight.

Wouldn't it look beautiful in this??



 With Joy ~ Tina

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10 comments:

  1. So, since I've never bought coconut cream, is that what it says on the can? Or should I get full-fat canned coconut milk and chill it (as I've read somewhere) and use what gets solid as the cream? Then do I not use the liquid coconut milk? Sorry..I'm just new to this coconut stuff...thanks! Would love to try this...it lookds yummy!

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  2. Trader joes sells cans of coconut cream or you can buy full fat coconut milk in a can, place in fridge overnight, refrigerate and then turn upside down, open and scoop of thick crew, If you mix it in a cold bowl it will get fluffier. :)

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  3. Do you use gentle sweet or super sweet?

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    1. I used super sweet, gentle sweet would work great, just double the amount and taste as you go. :)

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    2. I used super sweet, gentle sweet would work great, just double the amount and taste as you go. :)

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  4. Do you use gentle sweet or super sweet?

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    1. I use super sweet. Gentle sweet would work as well, but I would recommend twice the amount I used in my original recipe. :)

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  5. I made this for Thanksgiving and it was such a hit. Thank you!

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    1. oh YAY! I am so glad you to hear that!

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