No-Bake Disappearing Unicorn Pie

Healthy eating doesn’t have to be boring! I imagine this pie is what unicorn families eat when celebrating special occasions. So much love and creativity went into creating this recipe and it just goes to show that we can have our pie and eat it to!   Crust   1 package pecans  2 cups gluten free oatmeal  8 medjool dates  2 tablespoons vegan butter  Pinch of salt   Filling   1 can coconut cream in fridge over night (use only solid part on top of can and a tablespoon of coconut water from base of can)  12 medjool dates  1 container vegan cream cheese  Juice of half a small lemon plus the rind  Pinch of salt   Optional   All natural food coloring or colors made by fruits and veggies   To make the crust:   In a blender or food processor combine all ingredients. Pour into pie tin or dish.  Use a cup to press filling down and up around sides of tin. Set aside.   To make the filling:   Combine all ingredients in food processor or blender. Note: Mixture will be thick. If too thick add 1 teaspoon of coconut water at a time until desired consistency.  Pour into prepared pie tins. Cover and freeze for 4-8 hours. Let sit several minutes before slicing.

Healthy eating doesn’t have to be boring! I imagine this pie is what unicorn families eat when celebrating special occasions. So much love and creativity went into creating this recipe and it just goes to show that we can have our pie and eat it to!

Crust

1 package pecans

2 cups gluten free oatmeal

8 medjool dates

2 tablespoons vegan butter

Pinch of salt

Filling

1 can coconut cream in fridge over night (use only solid part on top of can and a tablespoon of coconut water from base of can)

12 medjool dates

1 container vegan cream cheese

Juice of half a small lemon plus the rind

Pinch of salt

Optional

All natural food coloring or colors made by fruits and veggies

To make the crust:

In a blender or food processor combine all ingredients. Pour into pie tin or dish.

Use a cup to press filling down and up around sides of tin. Set aside.

To make the filling:

Combine all ingredients in food processor or blender. Note: Mixture will be thick. If too thick add 1 teaspoon of coconut water at a time until desired consistency.

Pour into prepared pie tins. Cover and freeze for 4-8 hours. Let sit several minutes before slicing.

Gina Bell