Dairy Free Peanut Butter Pie Recipe

dairy free peanut butter pie

Pie differs from “traditional” peanut butter pie recipes in that it is healthier. This pie’s ingredients are divided into three categories: crust, filling, and topping. This pie is ideal for anyone who follows a dairy-free diet. There are no dairy products in it. And, to make things even better, this recipe takes around 30 minutes to prepare.

Ingredients For The Crust:

A piece of bread on a plate

• Flour made from almonds

• Powdered cocoa

• Virgin coconut oil

• Syrup from maple trees

• Vanilla flavor

• Salt

Ingredients For The Filling:

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• Butter made from peanuts

• Sour cream (dairy-free)

• Syrup from maple trees

• Coconut whipped cream

Ingredients for the topping:

• Coconut whipped cream

• Dark chocolate

• Butter made from peanuts

• Cups of peanut butter

Here’s a rundown of the kitchen equipment you’ll need to cook this delectable pie.

• 9-inch pie plate

• Spray for non-stick surfaces

• 2 bowls for mixing

• Hand-held mixer

There are just four ingredients in this simple no-bake pie recipe, and it has no processed sweeteners. With a modest amount of ingredients, this filling tastes great, sweet, and light.

This recipe for a healthy peanut butter pie will show you how to create it.

This healthy pie dish is rather simple to prepare. Preheat your oven to 350°F and grease your pie dish with non-stick spray to begin creating this pie. This pie contains a variety of elements that make it healthier than traditional pies. To begin, substitute almond flour for all-purpose flour. It’s high in protein, fiber, vitamin E, and manganese, among other nutrients. For individuals on a gluten-free diet, almond flour is also a terrific option!

Next, use coconut oil instead of butter, canola, or vegetable oil, commonly used in baking. Coconut oil is well-known for its benefits to blood sugar, cholesterol, digestion, and other bodily functions. A graham cracker crust is a traditional choice. If you have a favorite keto crust, go ahead and use that. You can also use raw cashews if you have a good recipe for them.

Mix the almond flour and cocoa powder in a mixing basin. Then, add the melted coconut oil, maple syrup, vanilla, and salt to a large mixing bowl. This mixture should be pressed into the bottom and up the edges of the pie dish.

Allow the crust to cool after it has been removed from the oven while you prepare the filling. Combine the peanut butter and cream cheese in a large mixing bowl and beat with a hand mixer until smooth. Beat in the maple syrup until it is completely smooth. Blend in the thawed coco whip until everything is completely mixed. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours after pouring this mixture over the chilled crust. For maximum stiffness, leave it overnight. Top with additional toppings once the dough has firmed. Refrigerate any leftovers.


Life is strange right now, how creative people are still managing to “see” each other! Birthday parties for youngsters with a social distance theme, zoom happy hours for adults, mini virtual weddings, and so on. This dairy free peanut butter pie is ideal for bringing to a friend who has had a tough week or a family member celebrating a birthday in quarantine. It’s also nice to have on hand for yourself when you need some comfort and a respite.

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