Allergy Safe Recipes

One pie crust (9 inch)
1-1/2 packages silken tofu (firm or extra firm); this is about 29 ounces
1/2 cup honey, adjust to taste
6 ounces chocolate chips* (a little more than a cup), adjust to taste
1/4 cup milk substitute

Put tofu, milk, and honey in blender and blend until smooth. Meanwhile, melt chocolate chips in double boiler or in microwave. Add melted chocolate to tofu mixture in small additions, blending well before adding more. Pour into pie shell and bake at 325(F) for 30 to 40 minutes, or until set.

* you can use 1/3 cup powdered unsweetened cocoa plus sugar to taste if you can't get dairy free chocolate chips. The taste will be much more cocoa-like.

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This is an absolutely delicious recipe of my grandmother's she used to make when there would be lots of people over - and believe me, there needed to be lots of people there. This pie is rich and thick and probably has about ten thousand calories a slice, but it's totally worth it.


4 eggs
2 cups sugar
4 tablespoons cocoa powder (get Hershey's or another decent brand. You can taste the difference)
2 sticks butter
1/4 cup flour
1 teaspoon vanilla extract


Beat eggs until frothy. This means frothy, not scrambled. As a rule, just keep beating the things until your arms get too tired to go on.
Gradually beat in sugar. The sugar will slowly be incorporated into the eggs, though it'll still be grainy. I haven't tried using powdered sugar instead - it might make a difference, but in any case the graininess won't matter in the end.
Melt cocoa powder into the butter, stir. Add to sugar and eggs, beating continually.
Stir in flour, vanilla. Beat until well-mixed.
Pour into ungreased 9"x9" pan or pre-prepared pie crust. Place pan or pie tin inside a shallow pan of hot water - this keeps the pie from burning as it cooks.
Bake 45 minutes at 375 degrees. The pie will have a thin, crisp, light brown layer on top of a thick, rich dark brown one. Let it cool for several hours before serving - for best results serve warm.

Black Tie Pie

This is practically a health food. Don't let the ingredients fool you, it's amazing!!

1 pk - Firm Tofu
1 pk - Silken Tofu
20oz - Dark Chocolate - bittersweet to 72% - Must be High Quality
2 - Oreo crust (yeah, cheats.)
Toppings as desired

Prep time: maybe 15 mins?

Drain the tofu, squeezing out as much excess water as possible. Drop into food processor and process on high until super smooth. I usually turn it on and leave it while I melt the chocolate.

Melt the chocolate however you prefer. I use the microwave - less chance of seizing. When melted, add to tofu while food processor is running. Process until smooth, scraping the sides as needed to make sure all tofu is thoroughly incorporated.

Split evenly between the two pie crusts, and smooth the top. Add whatever toppings you like - My top three are Dark Chocolate covered espresso beans, toasted coconut flakes, and fresh pomegranate.

Even people who hate tofu love this pie. The texture is incredible.

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