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    Custard/Mousse/Pudding Pie?

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    So I have some homemade grahams here that need to be finished (nothing this delicious is going to keep long! And we've already had them at least a week), so I was thinking of making our little family a pudding pie of some sort, with the grahams as crust. I have chia, hemp protein, coconut milk, tapioca pearls, chocolate, arrowroot powder, eggs, chocolate, and a well-stocked spice cabinet. I know how to make coconut milk custard, but not sure about making a custard pie. Can anyone help?
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    Crush grahams in food processor with butter, press into pie plate.

    Heat 1 1/4 cup coconut milk to boiling. I would add 1/4 cup sugar at this point, and stir to dissolve. But you can do without it. In a bowl, which three whole eggs. Slowly pour the hot coconut milk in in a thin stream, whisking all the while. Then return all to pan under low heat. Add in 7 oz bittersweet chocolate and 1 tsp vanilla extract. Stir until chocolate is melted, pour into pie shell, refrigerate!
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    Now, I'd love your grahams recipe!
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    goji, I got it off of Joyful Abode. It's fantastic! I love it with some almond butter
    Grain-Free Gluten-Free Graham Cracker Recipe | Joyful Abode
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    Thanks, I'll be making those!
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    Just be forewarned that they don't come out as a cracker at all. They're super crumbly, but very grahamy
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    Can I sub the coconut flour for all almond? i can't find coconut flour anywhere!

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    order it on Amazon? You can make your own, too. The recipe isn't mine, so you'd have to ask Joyful Abode author.
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    I've been trying to think of what to make for mother's day dessert, and here are some ideas I thought could be easily primal-ized
    Coconut pie: Step-by-Step: French Coconut Pie – Tasty Kitchen Blog
    Chocolate marscapone mousse (make creme fraiche & drain for marscapone): Chocolate Mascarpone Mousse
    Pastry cream (i.e. cream puff filing!!!! bet it would be great with coconut milk): Francois Payard's Pastry Cream (Creme Patissiere) - Martha Stewart Recipes
    I don't think I've ever used starch in pastry cream, but you might want to put in some tapioca to make sure it sets up and I would cook it over a double boiler instead of directly on the heat bc things get ugly fast! =D

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    a raw vegan served this one at a recent potluck, and it was fantastic!


    you can sub a few ingredients (and adjust sweetness) to make it primal.

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