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Gluten & Dairy Free Pumpkin Pie!

28 Nov

This title deserved a “!” because it was delicious! I was my usual self when it came to the recipe I was working with; did I follow it? Not much. My mother was joking at the Thanksgiving dinner table tonight that only 2 of her 4 daughters actually followed recipes. Oh well! One daughter (not me) is gourmet food-obsessed. I’m creative out of necessity, I’m sure you know my struggle. Oh, and since my back is currently causing me extreme pain, I bought the pie crust. Mi-Del brand gluten free graham cracker crust at Woodman’s on a 2 for $5 sale. I’m sure I’ll come up with a recipe for a more delicious one at some point, but today was not that day.

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Pumpkin Pie

Preheat oven to 375 degrees F

Filling (makes enough to fill the pie, and then another cup+ to bake separately in a little Corningware bowl with a streusel top, because this is just too delicious to waste)

Whisk together just under 2 c of pumpkin puree (15 oz can), 2 large eggs + 1 large yolk and 2/3 c. organic brown sugar. 

Add

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp ground ginger

1/2 tsp salt

1/4 tsp ground black pepper

Mix it up, then add

1 c. of dairy free Rich Whip (1 small carton from frozen section), or 1 c. of Mimicreme or cashew cream

1/2 c. of Silk (or SoDelicious) Eggnog

Whisk until smooth.

Pour into graham cracker crust (don’t fill all the way to the top)

Slide into oven (carefully!) and bake until firm…let it go 50 minutes, then check it…I had to do 70 minutes total.

Let it sit until cool to the touch, then refrigerate for a couple of hours.

Serve with RichWhip and a little pumpkin pie spice on top. It’s delicious, even with a store-bought crust.

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1 Comment

Posted by on November 28, 2013 in Dessert

 

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One response to “Gluten & Dairy Free Pumpkin Pie!

  1. Amy

    November 29, 2013 at 5:51 pm

    Should have checked your website for a delicious recipe for pumpkin pie first- but I used a different one, and it also turned out really good…..I made my crust with oat flour- and it actually had a really great consistency!
    Hope you guys had a happy Thanksgiving!
    http://lovelydoesit.com

     

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