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November 15, 2011

S'mores Pie

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After completely failing at making a S'mores Pie just last Friday, I had to redeem myself and make a real one!  This time around, I got the firm chocolate filling I was looking for and an actual marshmallow fluff topping...  yes, I remembered to buy the eggs in advance...   *sighs*

Just look at that delicious veil of marshmallowy goodness!

And what is hiding beneath the veil?

    A thick and creamy chocolate layer,

        A thick and chewy graham cracker crust,

            And what I consider to be happiness, slipped in there too.

Can you say "yum" for me?  My mouth is full of this S'mores Pie   *blushes*

S'mores Pie:  [high fiber/protein, GF]
(makes one large, deep-dish pie)

   "Graham Cracker" Crust:
       192g (2 cups) Old Fashioned Rolled Oats (GF if you like)
        48g (1/4 cup) Sucanat
        124g (4 scoops) Vanilla Protein Powder
        1/2-1 tsp Cinnamon (depends on how much you love cinnamon)
        1/2 tsp Salt
        112g (1/2 cup) Coconut Butter
        294g (3/4 cup + 2 tbs) Honey
        28g (1 tbs + 1 tsp) Molasses

   Chocolate Filling:
        8oz 60% Cacao Chocolate
        16oz Fat Free Cream Cheese, softened
        48g (1/4 cup) Sucanat
        1/2 tsp Vanilla Paste
        1/2 tsp Stevia Extract
        96g (3 scoops) Chocolate Protein Powder

   Marshmallow Fluff Topping:
        2 Egg Whites, large
        1/4 tsp Salt
        48g (1/4 cup) Granulated Erythritol
        252g (3/4 cup) Honey or Agave (honey has a strong scent, so I would use agave next time)
        25 drops Almond Flavor

Directions (for the crust):
1.  Blend the oats and sucanat until it's flour-like, pour into a large bowl.  Whisk in the protein powder, cinnamon and salt.
2.  Microwave the coconut butter, honey and molasses at 20-second intervals, stirring between each one, until runny.  Pour over dry ingredients and fold together.
3.  Spray a deep dish pie pan with cooking spray and dust with flour (I used brown rice flour).  Use more flour to coat a flat surface for rolling.
4.  Form a ball with the dough and place onto the floured surface. Roll to desired thickness (I like super thick crusts, and I still had some crust leftover... I ate some while cooking, I recommend doing so too, it's delicious), and press into your pie pan.  Refrigerate while you make the filling.

Directions (for the filling):
1.  Microwave the chocolate at 30-second intervals, stirring between each one, until melted.
2.  In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the cream cheese, sucanat, vanilla paste and stevia.  Add the protein powder and whisk again.
3.  Slowly whisk in the melted chocolate.  Spread into the pie pan and refrigerate overnight.  The filling should be firm, cracks may appear on the surface (this is okay, you are going to cover it with a mounds of marshmallow fluff).  The next day, make the topping.

Directions (for the topping):  (a great photo tutorial)
1.  Prepare all the ingredients and have them handy.  Put the egg whites and salt into a large bowl and beat with a hand mixer on a high speed until it is white in color (it should look like fluffy clouds)
2.  Slowly add the erythritol, bit by bit, still whipping at high speed, until it is thick and glossy.
3.  Slowly drizzle in the honey/agave, still whipping at high speed, then add the almond flavor.  Whip until mixture is stiff.  If you dip a fork in just a little bit and pull it out, the peaks should stay standing (I have a feeling that I didn't whip it long enough as the raised edges I made slowly rounded, but the mixture was overflowing out of my cereal bowl, so I couldn't whip it any longer.  That's why I said put the eggs and salt into a large bowl... silly, silly me)
4.  Spread the mixture over the pie and sprinkle with some good cinnamon.


  1. This looks absolutely dreamy! Love your blog!

  2. Yum. Please considering submitting this to Healthy Aperture & sharing with our fans. They would love it!

  3. Love the photos! The pie looks really inviting!

  4. Lovely!!! Can I substitute sucanat with brown sugar?

  5. MaDemoiselle- Yes, you can! You may need to reduce the honey by a tsp or tbs though, as brown sugar is more moist than sucanat.


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