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  • amber

    posted on June 13, 2012 at 1:08 pm

    Hi Amy,

    This is what I love about your recipes – easy and delicious!!

    Honestly, that crust is a breeze! And I’m sure would work well with coconut butter or oil! The filling looks amazing and sooo chocolaty (so creamy). I agree that this would be very easy to make dairy free. I have all these ingredients on hand (in fact). I will drop you a note to let you know how it works DF (for any other DF folks out there).

    Thanks for another inspiring recipe, Amy!

    Enjoy the rest of your week.

    Is it hot yet in Texas? It’s going to be 103 degrees her in Northern California (bla)! So, you can imagine me NOT wanting to turn on the oven (perfect timing with the recipe). :-)


    Amy Reply:

    @amber, Oh gosh – 103 in NoCal? Ugh! It was a mild 73 this morning and I took a long walk with Nate and the dogs. Of course, it was because of a storm moving in but I loved every second anyway! It will warm up later this week.

    Have fun in the kitchen – and thanks for doing the work for me! :) I am excited to hear how it turns out.



  • Shelley Surgeson

    posted on June 13, 2012 at 2:38 pm

    Slight problem..spending fathers day with a sweet daughter-in-law who has. nut allergies. Suggestions for a no bake crust with no nuts?


  • Caralyn @ glutenfreehappytummy

    posted on June 13, 2012 at 9:35 pm

    wow that looks so delicious! i love a good icebox pie…perfect for summer! thanks for sharing!


  • InTolerantChef

    posted on June 14, 2012 at 8:44 pm

    Oh so yummy indeed! Love the carob :)


    Amy Reply:

    @InTolerantChef, Always happy to meet another carob fan. It’s been my chocolate stand-in for years.


  • Sherry Fredley

    posted on June 16, 2012 at 10:00 pm

    This looks delish and not intimidating. I am no baker- really. This is my kind of pie and I have all of the ingredients on hand, except agave- I will just use honey. I agree that a walnut crust would be a better flavor match. Wish me luck…..



    Amy Reply:

    @Sherry Fredley, Did you make the pie? Let me know how it turned out.



  • Stacy

    posted on July 12, 2012 at 10:43 am

    Can you sub anything for the agave, like stevia and some water?


    Amy Reply:

    @Stacy, I don’t think stevia and water would work but you could use any other liquid sweetener. Or maybe just a little liquid stevia. Play around with it and let me know what works for you.


  • Kori Alexander

    posted on June 23, 2013 at 8:03 pm

    Thanks for the recipe. Just made this for a family gathering, unsure of whether I could pass off a sugar-free pie recipe to the whole family (my father was recently diagnosed with diabetes and we have a made a committment to helping him eat better). Everyone loved it–especially the subtlety of the dates the in the pie crust! Delicious. Thanks for helping me help my Dad eat better :-)


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