Chocolate Creme Pie
How many more times am I going to say this is the most fabulous raw dessert ever? This may be the last time. I can't imagine anything, raw or not, being better than this pie.
It is a recipe from Cafe Gratitude (found here). I made it just like GlimR did only I used a 9" pie plate and substituted almond milk for hazelnut milk, and added a handful of dried shredded coconut into the crust.
Knowing I was going to be eating this tonight I had small, lean meals today. Melon with mint for breakfast, Skin-saver salad for lunch, green smoothie of coconut water, soaked gojis, kale, and lots of green food powders for an early dinner followed by one each of the chocolate macaroons and turtle truffles I made yesterday (scratch those recipes as not worthy), then later ate some cherries and 2 peaches. This evening I finally cut the pie. My husband and I each had a big piece. Then I had another half slice.
The Irish moss had to be soaked for 24 hours and then weighed for the recipe. Since it was the first time I have used Irish Moss I had no idea how much to soak and soaked too much. I have enough left to make at least 3 more pies and it only lasts a week after being soaked. Not sure what kind of pie will be next. I'm thinking Coconut, Lemon, or Key Lime, but that would be dangerous to have around the house. On second thought I think I will make a double batch of the chocolate pie in my big springform pan and invite a dozen friends and family over to have a piece on Sunday night.
The rest of the bag of Irish moss is going deep into the back of the cupboard only to see the light of day on special occasions.