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Something else to try that isn't just the same old pumpkin pie.
I got this recipe off a raw foods website. It's a totally delicious, all-natural alternative to traditional pie and it's super-easy to make. The dried fruits listed are what I used when I made it. Dates are usually recommended, but as you can see, I used apricots in the filling, and it worked just as well, so you can experiment with different dried fruits, different berry fillings, and different nuts to personalize your pie. I made mine in muffin tins and ended up with personal-sized pies, which made portion control much easier. Highly recommended!
My husband and I fell in love with this recipe! It takes a little more work, but it's definitely worth it, especially for the leftovers. I substituted eggplant for lasagna noodles to keep the carbs lower and almond milk for regular milk. Delicious!
This is an easy flourless muffin recipe I adapted off of a paleo food site. You can use whatever nuts you'd like and whatever fruit you'd like. In this case, I used 1 cup of walnuts and 1/4 cup of almonds and mixed in some blueberries.
This is a quick, easy, and delicious solution when you have berries that are about to go bad! I used vanilla-flavored almond milk because that's what I had. I would recommend an unflavored, unsweetened almond milk to keep the recipe strictly paleo.
An easy side dish!
Easy and delicious -- like dessert for breakfast!