Avocado Fudge Pie

Not a great photo, but a new recipe from my desserts class! Attend my next one at Boston Center for Adult Education on May 9th and try this incredible, gooey, rich pie for yourself!

CRUST

1 1/2 cups pecans

1 1/2 cup raisins

1 tbsp cacao powder

FILLING

3 avocados

1/3 cup raw cacao powder

1/2 cup melted coconut oil

1/2 cup soaked cashews

1/4 cup chopped dates, soaked for 15 minutes in warm water

2 tsp pure vanilla

Almond milk to thin out if necessary

  • For the crust, pulse all ingredients together in a food processor until a sticky meal is formed
  • Press into a pie tin or 8X8 baking pan
  • For the filling, blend all ingredients together in a blender until smooth and creamy
  • Pour filling over crust and let set in the freezer for 1 hour

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Johnson’s Recap + Recipes

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ANOTHER event update. You must be sick of them by now! But hey, at least this one DOES include some yummy recipes! I had an AWESOME time over the weekend at Johnson Compounding  & Wellness’s Customer Appreciation Day. It was the 5th time I’ve presented vegan demos at their open house and I have so […]

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Big Updates!

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Oh, hey. Remember me? Probably not Probably because you haven’t heard from me in quite some time. Once upon a time, I never thought this whole vegan cooking thing would work out. Less than two years ago, I never pictured a life outside a corporate office. And yet, here I am today, completely in awe […]

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Fire Cider Review + Giveaway

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My only way to make up for my lack of recipes recently due to my overwhelming cooking and teaching workload right now, is to keep offering you guys some kick ass giveaways. And trust me…nothing will kick your ass quite like Fire Cider. In a good way, of course. I first came across Fire Cider […]

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GoMacro Review + Giveaway

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My criteria for buying store bought granola/protein bars is pretty strict. Unless they meet the following guidelines, I won’t buy them and would rather opt for spending the time making them at home. They MUST be: Organic Non-GMO Gluten-free Vegan (that goes without saying) Low sugar I think most people are under the assumption that […]

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Zucchini Noodle Lasagna with Lentil Bolognese

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With all my classes recently, I’m starting to develop new courses for schools where I’ve already taught the same classes over and over again. I LOVE having previous students come back, so offering new classees is a great way to get them to come back and not have to repeat all the same information and […]

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