Healthy S'mores Pie - Desserts with Benefits
Healthy S'mores Pie - Desserts with Benefits
Healthy S'mores Pie - Desserts with Benefits

After completely failing at making a Healthy S’mores Pie just last Friday, I had to redeem myself and make a real one!  This time around, I got the firm and decadent chocolate filling I was looking for and an actual marshmallow fluff topping…  yes, I remembered to buy the eggs in advance…   *sighs*

Healthy S'mores Pie - Desserts with Benefits
Just look at that delicious veil of marshmallowy goodness!  Get ready to see what’s underneath:
Healthy S'mores Pie - Desserts with Benefits
Healthy S'mores Pie - Desserts with Benefits
And what is hiding beneath the veil?
    A thick and creamy chocolate filling,
        A thick and chewy graham cracker crust,
            And what I consider to be happiness, slipped in there too.
Healthy S'mores Pie - Desserts with Benefits
Healthy S'mores Pie - Desserts with Benefits
Can you say, “YUM” for me?  My mouth is full of this delicious, sweet and fudgy pie   *blushes*

Healthy S'mores Pie (no-bake, high-protein, gluten-free)

Yield: one large, deep-dish pie

Healthy S'mores Pie (no-bake, high-protein, gluten-free)

Ingredients

Instructions

    For the Crust:
  1. Blend the oats and sucanat until it's flour-like, pour into a large bowl. Whisk in the protein powder, cinnamon and salt.
  2. Microwave the coconut butter, honey and molasses at 20-second intervals, stirring between each one, until runny. Pour over dry ingredients and fold together.
  3. Spray a deep dish pie pan with cooking spray and dust with flour (I used brown rice flour). Use more flour to coat a flat surface for rolling.
  4. Form a ball with the dough and place onto the floured surface. Roll to desired thickness (I like super thick crusts, and I still had some crust leftover... I ate some while cooking, I recommend doing so too, it's delicious), and press into your pie pan. Refrigerate while you make the filling.
  5. For the Filling:
  6. Microwave the chocolate at 30-second intervals, stirring between each one, until melted.
  7. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the cream cheese, sucanat, vanilla paste and stevia. Add the protein powder and whisk again.
  8. 3. Slowly whisk in the melted chocolate. Spread into the pie pan and refrigerate overnight. The filling should be firm, cracks may appear on the surface (this is okay, you are going to cover it with a mounds of marshmallow fluff). The next day, make the topping.
  9. For the Topping): (here is a great photo tutorial!)
  10. Prepare all the ingredients and have them handy. Put the egg whites and salt into a large bowl and beat with a hand mixer on a high speed until it is white in color (it should look like fluffy clouds)
  11. Slowly add the erythritol, bit by bit, still whipping at high speed, until it is thick and glossy.
  12. Slowly drizzle in the honey/agave, still whipping at high speed, then add the almond flavor. Whip until mixture is stiff. If you dip a fork in just a little bit and pull it out, the peaks should stay standing (I have a feeling that I didn't whip it long enough as the raised edges I made slowly rounded, but the mixture was overflowing out of my cereal bowl, so I couldn't whip it any longer. That's why I said put the eggs and salt into a large bowl... silly, silly me)
  13. Spread the mixture over the pie and sprinkle with some good cinnamon.

Notes

This recipe is: no bake, high fiber, high protein, gluten free!

http://dessertswithbenefits.com/smores-pie/

This recipe is a fantastic way to enjoy the classic campfire treat, just without the campfire (or oven, for that matter).  I love how this was easy to prepare, fun to look at and amazing to eat.  You definitely need to make it for yourself.

Healthy S'mores Pie - Desserts with Benefits
Can you believe this is healthy??  It sure doesn’t taste like it!

Labels: Agave, Chocolate, Coconut-Butter, Cream-Cheese, Egg-Whites, Erythritol, Gluten-Free, High-Fiber, High-Protein, Honey, Icings-Frostings-and-Spreads, Molasses, No-Bake, Oats, Pies-Mousses-Tarts-and-Cheesecakes, Protein-Powder, Sucanat

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Comments (18)

  1. Bianca @ Sweet Dreaming: November 15, 2011

    This looks absolutely dreamy! Love your blog!

  2. Caro: November 16, 2011

    Miam!

  3. Yum. Please considering submitting this to Healthy Aperture & sharing with our fans. They would love it!

  4. Shumaila: November 17, 2011

    Love the photos! The pie looks really inviting!

  5. MaDemoiselle: November 20, 2011

    Lovely!!! Can I substitute sucanat with brown sugar?

  6. Jessica: November 20, 2011

    MaDemoiselle- Yes, you can! You may need to reduce the honey by a tsp or tbs though, as brown sugar is more moist than sucanat.

  7. Ilene Cabellon: February 20, 2013

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  8. NeeNee: December 13, 2013

    That smores pie looks delicious! Good idea.

  9. Jessica: September 12, 2014

    What kind of protein powder are you using?

  10. dessertswithbenefits: September 12, 2014

    Jessica-
    I used whey protein powder :)
    I updated the recipe to include that, thanks for pointing that out! I hope you like the recipe!
    -Jess

  11. Celine: November 18, 2014

    Hello, i would like to know how many calories does this gourgeously amazing cake have? I’m drooling.. :)
    I really, really hope you can answer me :)

  12. Celine-
    I’m sorry, I didn’t calculate the nutritional information for this particular recipe, sorry! You can calculate the number of calories by looking at the nutrition labels on your products, and then divide it by the number of slices/servings :)
    -Jess

  13. Chelsea: November 24, 2014

    Ok so you can sub brown sugar for sucanat, do you think I could sub granulated erythritol too? All I can seem to find is just 100% cane sugar. I am making this for a thanksgiving get together but I’m also trying to watch my sugar intake. What’s a girl to do? lol Also, can I add extra vanilla in place of the paste? I can only find this online as well and the order won’t show up in time. If not this, then I’m bringing you pecan pie instead :) Thanks for being our test kitchen Jess!

  14. Chelsea-
    Yup, brown sugar can replace the sucanat and cane sugar for the erythritol… but you can use all brown sugar if you like, it will just increase the calories and sugar in the recipe.
    You can also use vanilla extract instead of the vanilla paste :)
    Have an AMAZING Thanksgiving! :D
    -Jess

  15. aki: November 25, 2014

    Can we substitute the erythritol with something else? Like powdered stevia?

  16. aki-
    The erythritol in the Marshmallow Fluff is difficult to replace. The granules help punch air into the agave, which helps it “fluff” up… so I don’t think stevia will work here :(
    Sorry!
    -Jess

  17. Vivian: December 18, 2014

    Hi Jessica,
    Iam not from US, it’s hard for me to find erythritol, so can I sub with regular sugar?
    thanks

  18. Vivian-
    Yes, regular sugar will work to replace the erythritol. Preferably, use a less refined sugar like sucanat or evaporated cane juice :)
    Hope you like the recipe!
    -Jess

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