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A Glass plate holding the mouth-watering Coconut Avocado Key Lime Pie

Coconut Avocado Key Lime Pie


  • Author: Carol Green
  • Prep Time: 30
  • Total Time: 30
  • Yield: 12 1x

Description

Avocado and coconut create a rich, creamy base for this delectable no bake key lime pie, without tasting like avocado! The coconut cream topping keeps the dish dairy free.


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Ingredients

Pie Crust Ingredients:

1          cup Medjool Dates, pitted

1          cup Pecans

1/4       cup Almond Flour

1/2       cup Unsulphured Coconut Flakes

2          Tbsp. Coconut Oil

1          tsp. Sea Salt

1/4       tsp. Nutmeg

Filling Ingredients:

3          medium ripe Avocados, peeled and pitted

1/2       cup Coconut Cream

1/3       cup fresh Lime Juice

1          Tbsp. Lime Zest

3          drops Lime Essential Oil (optional)

2          Tbsp. Grade B Maple Syrup

1/2       tsp. Smart Monk  100% Monkfruit extract

1/2       tsp. salt

Topping Ingredients:

1/2       can Coconut Cream, chilled

1          Tbsp. Monk Zero  powdered sugar.

1/2       tsp. vanilla extract


Instructions

  • Place all the pie crust ingredients in a food processor, and pulse until combined.
  • Grease a circular cake springform pan lightly with coconut oil and press the mixture on to the bottom and halfway up the sides of the pan; it does not need to be even.
  • Place in the fridge to set.
  • Place all the filling ingredients in a blender or food processor, and blend until smooth.
  • Taste for sweetness, adjust as needed.
  • Pour into chilled pie crust, and place back in the fridge to set for at least two hours.
  • The pie can be served semi-frozen
  • Whip the remaining coconut cream with the sweetener and vanilla until soft peaks form
  • Serve topped on slices of pie, garnished with lime slices and mint leaves.

Notes

Adjust the sweetness according to taste, a little goes along way. I prefer to use a both maple syrup and monk fruit together for taste, monk fruit can be used alone.

  • Category: Desserts

Keywords: coconut avocado key lime pie, monk fruit, smart monk, healthy sweeteners