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Raw Vegan Banana Cream Pie

Raw Vegan Banana Cream Pie

Raw Vegan Banana Cream Pie is :

caveman , gluten free , dairy free , lacto ovo vegetarian , primal , vegan

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 0 minutes
Total time: 15 minutes
Yield: 8 Servings
Tags: Vegan
Health Score: 10 %


1/2 cup

1 - 1/4 cups

3 - 1/2 Tbsp

coconut oil
1 cup

1/3 cup

full fat coconut milk
2 Tbsp

lemon juice
1/4 cup

maple syrup
1/4 tsp

sea salt
1/2 tsp

vanilla extract
1 cup



  1. Place soaked dates in the food processor and process until small bits remain and/or it forms into a ball.

  2. Remove and set aside.Process walnuts until a meal consistency is achieved.

  3. Add back in dates and a pinch of salt and mix to combine. When squeezed between two fingers, the crust should stick together and feel moldable. If too dry, add another date or two. If too wet, add a little almond or walnut meal.Press into a springform pan, or an 8x8 baking dish or round cake pan lined with plastic wrap or parchment. Press until flat, going up the sides about 1/2 inch.

  4. Place in freezer to set.

  5. Add all filling ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth and creamy - about 1-2 minutes. If it's having trouble blending, add a little more agave or water to encourage it along. It should be silky smooth when completely combined.Taste and adjust seasonings as needed. I think adding a heaping spoonful of peanut butter at this point would be a brilliant idea. Then pour into crust and smooth with a spoon. Tap to release any air bubbles, then cover and freeze until set - about 4-6 hours.To serve, let thaw for 5 minutes. Top slices with coconut whipped cream, crushed peanuts and caramel sauce (optional). Should keep in the freezer, covered, for at least 1 week.

Wine Pairing :

  • lambrusco dolce
  • late harvest riesling
  • vin santo

Pie on the menu? Try pairing with Lambrusco Dolce, Late Harvest Riesling, and Vin Santo. These wines are all sweet, which is important since wine should usually be sweeter than the food you're pairing with it.