I have a Paleo Pumpkin Pie Recipe that everyone will enjoy. When eating Paleo for the holidays it can be a little tricky but you don’t have to worry now. I don’t know about you, but I’ve found that eating Paleo during the holidays is HARD.
It seems like everyone shoves anything in their mouths they want to without repercussions. If I were to eat just one bite of that type of food, I would feel horrible. Oh well. I figure it will all even out in the long run. How? Well, if nothing else, there’s a chance that when they are old and decrepit and can barely move, I’ll be old with plenty of energy and feeling just peachy. It’s possible. I really know it is. I really believe the Paleo diet is so good for our bodies for the long run (well, and the short run too).*Please note that most of the links on this page are affiliate links. This means if you click on a link and purchase, you will receive the same price, but I will receive a little money for referring you to the product. This helps keep this blog free for you. I truly appreciate you supporting my blog.
But back to the holidays. What to do about desserts. So someone asks you to bring pumpkin pie to a party. What do you do? Bring a pie you can’t eat or bring a Paleo pumpkin pie, like this? So hard to decide. I think it totally depends on the party. I usually end up making or buying what I’m asked and then bring along a few things I know I will be able to eat and that some other health-minded people will try.
That’s how this pie came to be. I actually bought regular pies from a local bakery, because I didn’t want to spend my time making something I wasn’t going to eat. Also because I don’t even have a lot of “normal” ingredients in my house. Plus, you can get “normal” people food relatively inexpensive. Does anyone else think it’s ironic that the less stuff in something, the more it costs?
But I wanted to bring something I could eat, so I developed this Paleo pumpkin pie recipe for me. I cook Paleo quite often for family parties and they don’t even know they are eating Paleo. But with something like a pie, it’s just not quite the same. Let’s put it this way – my dad can tell this pie ain’t normal and if it ain’t normal, he ain’t gonna eat it. A few of the women gave it a try though and liked it. Mostly women who are watching their figure and like that it’s lower in carbs and has healthier sugars than a normal pie.
I like that I can eat it and hey if no one else wants to eat it – LEFTOVERS! I really like this crust. The almond flour goes so well with the pumpkin filling and I love how firm the filling is too – and just look at how pretty the coconut cream is on top!
The crust for this Paleo pumpkin pie is super easy to make and involves only a few ingredients. The pumpkin custard is firm and full of autumn spice! The topping is made of a slightly honey sweetened coconut cream that goes so nicely with the almond crust.
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The crust for this paleo pumpkin pie is super easy to make and involves only a few ingredients. The pumpkin custard is firm and full of autumn spice! The topping is made of a slightly honey sweetened coconut cream that goes so nicely with the almond crust.
FOR THE CRUST:
FOR THE FILLING:
- 15 oz can Pumpkin Puree
- 1/3 Cup Honey
- 1 Tbsp Coconut oil (melted)
- 2 tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice
- 1/3 Cup Coconut Milk (canned)
- 3 Eggs
FOR THE WHIPPED TOPPING:
FOR THE CRUST:
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
- Place the almond flour and salt in the bowl of a food processor. Process for about 30 seconds.
- Add the coconut oil and egg to the processor and process until the mixture comes together in large crumbles.
- Place the dough in a 9” pie dish and pat the dough firmly and evenly around the sides and bottom of the pan.
- Cover the pan with a sheet of tin foil and bake in preheated oven for 15 minutes. Remove and let cool .
FOR THE FILLING:
- Add the pumpkin puree, honey, coconut oil, pumpkin pie spice, coconut milk, and eggs to a large mixing bowl.
- Whisk together until smooth. Pour into the pre-baked pie crust. Bake at 350 degrees for 50-55 minutes, or until the top is slightly puffed and firmly set.
- Remove and let cool completely. Refrigerate.
FOR THE TOPPING:
- Place the firm coconut cream(this is the firm, white, creamy, thick coconut cream that rises to the top of a can of coconut milk. Do not shake it before opening. It may help to chill the cans before opening as well as some coconut milks don’t separate as well as others)in a mixing bowl along with the honey. Beat together with an electric mixer until smooth and creamy.
- Spoon or pipe on top of the chilled pie.