Dreamsicle Pie
Servings Prep Time
6servings 15minutes
Cook Time
40minutes
Servings Prep Time
6servings 15minutes
Cook Time
40minutes
Ingredients
  • 1medium orangeBlood orange are outrageous for this!
  • 1/2cup birch tree sugaror organic
  • 1/4cup coconut cream milknot coconut milk!
  • 1pinch himalayan salt
  • 1tsp vanilla
  • 4large eggs
  • 1/2cup melted organic butteror ghee
  • 1/4cup raw shredded coconutno sugar!
  • 1 gluten free crust
Instructions
  1. Turn oven on to 350 degrees. Line your springboard pan with baking paper. Use the pan as a tracer to cut a circle out of your pie dough and place it on the bottom of your pan.
  2. Press the leftover pie crust up the sides. Pinch the top of the crust around the edges.
  3. Melt the organic butter or ghee and let it cool.
  4. Cut the orange in pieces and remove the seeds. Place the orange in your food processor, skin and all.
  5. Add 1/2 cup of birch tree sugar. I tried liquid agave once and the top browned. Might try maple syrup or honey one day but for now, this sugar works and so does organic raw sugar but try to find fine ground sugar or during blending make sure they dissolve really good.
  6. Add the vanilla. I make homemade but store-bought is fine or scrape vanilla bean seeds into it.
  7. Add the eggs, coconut, and the coconut cream milk. Mix for about 3 minutes to make sure the sugar is dissolved.
  8. Pour in the cooled melted butter or ghee. Now beat this babe like crazy. Here is where I do the taste test to make sure the sugar matches the fruit. Adjust if you have to.
  9. Pour it into the pie crust! My coconut floated to the top but its still amazing.
  10. Cook for 40 minutes. Let it cool for at least an hour. Or keep in the fridge for later. You can eat it cold or room temperature. Enjoy with coconut whipped cream, berries or both!
  11. Simply devine!
Recipe Notes

TIPS: Try one of these variations!
1 lemon and 3/4 cup sweetener
1-2 limes and 3/4 cup sweetener
1/2 cup homemade peach/blackberry/rasberry or apricot jam 1/4 cup sweetener

Just remember to do the taste test after you process the batter.

 Have fun creating.