Mint Chocolate Fudge Pies

It’s that time of year! Christmas baking and treats galore. Last year I made several raw goodies to get through the season healthy and satisfied. Hopefully this year’s addition will encourage healthy eating on into next year. This pie is basically fudge in a crust. So good and ooey gooey!

Mint Chocolate Fudge Pies
2 c oat groats
1/2 c coconut sugar
1/2 c water
2 t olive oil
1/2 t Celtic Sea salt

1 c cashew butter
1 c honey
1/2 c cacao powder
2 t mint extract

Grind oat groats into flour. Process all crust ingredients and spread into pan (or pans). Dehydrate for a few hours or just until the crust is no longer sticky. For the filling, process all ingredients until oil just begins to separate (this is when it becomes fudge-like). Fill crusts and refrigerate. Enjoy!

Merry Christmas!

6 Responses to Mint Chocolate Fudge Pies

  1. You’re torturing me with those pictures! This looks fabulous- I love the sound of your oat groat crust. I’m sure that would be great for lots of fillings.

  2. Looks AMAZING! Could I substitute something other than oat groats – almond or coconut flour perhaps? We are gluten-free. And how about cocoa powder for the cacao powder? Thx!

  3. Lisa: Totally! Almost all of my recipes that call for flour, whether it be oat or buckwheat, you can substitute with just about anything you’d like :) And yes, cocoa powder will do, too. Hope that helps!

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