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mini avocado grasshopper pies (sugar-free, keto, vegan, paleo, & body ecology)

Originally published on February, 22nd 2018. Last updated on July 14th, 2019 Skip to Recipe

Mini avocado grasshopper pies (sugar-free, keto, vegan, paleo, & body ecology) are completely delicious and no-bake. Which means they are super easy to make and even easier to eat. All you need is a double-broiler (or something to melt the chocolate) and muffin cups for making.

I don’t know if it’s just my February but it’s been absolutely bananas, filled with work projects, creative projects, and so much goodness. Including fitting in blogging any and every chance I get. What I am trying to say is I am – oh so grateful for all of you who come to visit and support the blog – you are what keep me going.

Now let’s dive into these minty avocado grasshopper pies, shall we? Imagine a gooey minty shamrock shake pudding with pure dark chocolate as the crust. These babies are great for a freezer snack – or keep in the fridge. My preference is to put them in the fridge to keep the middle nice and soft. Think… ICE CREAM! Yes! I said the magic word! Ice cream! 😀 Now get to baking or I guess you can say the melting of chocolate and popping into the fridge. Promise you they are worth it and a no-brainer to make.

mini avocado grasshopper pies

mini avocado grasshopper pies (sugar-free, keto, vegan, paleo, & body ecology) notes:

mini avocado grasshopper pies (sugar-free, keto, vegan, paleo, & body ecology)
prep time
15 minutes
cook time
20 minutes
total time
35 minutes
12 Mini Pies
What You Will Need
  • double-boiler
  • muffin silicone molds
  1. put your chocolate in a double broiler until melted add in your sweetener of choice. feel free to add more to taste if needed.
  2. pour your chocolate into your muffin tins make sure to fill the bottem and sides completely if you want to resemble a pie.put in fridge to harden while you make your pie filling.
  3. in a food processor mix your avocado ingredients until smooth – taste it to see if you like how sweet it is – add in more of your sweetener to taste if you want more.
  4. now it’s time for the fun part i used an scooper and added about 3 tablespoons until the cups were fill than i took a fork and mixed in with the chocolate to get a swirl effect.
  5. put them in the fridge for 2 hours or the freezer for 1-2 hours just enough for the outer chocolate to harder and the middle to still remain nice and soft. 🙂 enjoy!

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