No Bake Single Serve Chocolate Cream Berry Fireworks Pie. vegan glutenfree recipe

Just in time for the Fireworks! A single serve no bake Chocolate Cream pie with berries. Ok, so it doesnt exactly look like fireworks, maybe somewhat of a flower :) Have a safe 4th. Keep your pets safe too.
This Pie is featured on the Ethical Ocean Summer Vegan Recipes contest. Please stop by to Vote here!
Short post today since it is my vacation week.:)
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Sneaking a post in just in time. I am tired of this cold already. Some heat is predicted over the next few days. Time to pick up some sun screen and stop taking pictures of food.
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No Bake Single Serve Chocolate Cream Berry Fireworks Pie

Gluten, soy, refined sugar free.
Ingredients: for a 4.5 inch pan
Crust:
1/4 cup vegan chocolate chips
2 Tablespoons ground almonds (Or coconut flakes for nut-free version)
2 Tablespoons coconut flakes
1 teaspoon almond milk or non dairy milk
chocolate liqueur or rum extract(optional)
Cream:
2-3 Tablespoons So delicious coconut milk yogurt or Cashew cream
a generous pinch of cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground raw sugar or maple syrup or sweetener of choice
Topping:
Sliced strawberries
Blackberries or blueberries

Method:
Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or microwave. Add in almond milk, liquor extract, or spices of choice and mix well.
Add the ground almonds and coconut flakes and mix to distribute.
Pour the mixture into a tart/pie pan and spread evenly.
Place pan in the freezer for 15 minute.
In a bowl, mix yogurt, sugar and spices of choice.
Slice strawberries and keep ready.
Take the pan out and spread the spiced yogurt on top.
Top with sliced berries. Make a flag or an exploding firework display.
Freeze for half an hour just to firm up the yogurt. Serve.

Comments

  1. says

    so delish… you are lucky to get the vegan stuff there. if i have to make these, i will first have to make the curd, then make the almond milk and then make the dessert…. so much work…

    • says

      yup. it definitely makes it easier. you can substitute either water or water mixed well with powdered cashew for most baked goods when it calls for non dairy milk. For the yogurt, i have to start making some of my own too. you know, we dont even get fresh coconuts here. i reckon you have plenty there ;)

    • says

      haha. we are just about getting heated up, so the oven might go in hibernation soon. so lots more no bake experiments to come!

  2. says

    I want one of those little bites. Or are they slices? Either way, it would go down in one bite. :-) This looks so incredibly wonderful and I love that it’s just one serving- so I won’t feel guilty for scarfing down the whole thing! Hope you’re having a wonderful vacay, Richa!

  3. says

    What a fun recipe! It is a perfect Summer treat you could take to any party:-) I love the crust, all the flavors sound fantastic! Hugs, Terra

  4. Anonymous says

    Made this today. I used vanilla coconut milk yogurt and omitted the cinnamon. It’s an awesome dessert and so easy to make! Good thing it’s rich enough to eat only half (if you have the willpower to eat just half!) …. at almost 400 calories for the entire pie find a friend to share it with if you’re watching calories. ;-)

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