Double Chocolate Cream Pie

It’s hot, humid and sticky.  Not great weather for chocolate, unless it’s cold chocolate.  So here we go, Double Chocolate Cream Pie, not a lot to say about it.  I actually liked it enough to give some to neighbor TJ for a review…and it passed the adult non-allergic non-vegan palate!

Double Chocolate Cream Pie

1 prebaked pie crust, your choice, I used Pillsbury ( I promise I know how to make my own crust, it just didn’t happen today)
3 cups Silk chocolate soymilk
1/3 cup cornstarch
1/3 cup safe chocolate chips ( I used Divvies)
Safe whipped cream, I used the Blue Can of Wonder, Soyatoo works also
Grated chocolate for garnish

1.) Wisk chocolate soymilk and cornstarch together, add a pinch of salt.  Heat to a slow boil and keep stirring until thickened, about 10 minutes.
2.) Remove from the heat and add the chocolate chips.  Blend until melted.
3.) Allow pudding to cool slightly and then dump into the pie crust.
4.) Chill for 1-2 hours.
5.) Top with whipped topping and chocolate shavings.
6.) Share with neighbor.

 

5 Responses to Double Chocolate Cream Pie

  1. Libby says:

    You are now officially a bad influence. A dairy free double chocolate cream pie is the last thing my diet needs!

    I finally got random and answered your meme, if you'd like to come see. Libby

  2. Mary says:

    There's an award for you on my blog. The pie looks delicious, but I can't eat soy so I'll just have to drool over it!

  3. madcapcupcake says:

    This looks freakin awesome!!! Is the blue can of wonder dairy free? I wish I could get Soyatoo here in Canada. Why must coolwhip have dairy in it! I would brave chemicals for a good dose of creaminess :)

  4. Speedbump Kitchen says:

    As far as I can tell, Rich's Whip (Blue Can) is dairy free, I linked in this post to the ingredients I posted in a previous post (does that make sense?). They make two other similar products, but both of those have sodium caseinate and are labelled "non-dairy". I haven't called the company to hash out the "natural flavoring" portion, but my 5 year old anaphylaxed 6 months ago after a sip of cow's milk, so I'll assume she's pretty sensitive, and she eats the stuff with glee.

  5. foodallergychronicles says:

    My boys and I LOVED the filling as a pudding! I used chocolate Natura soy milk and Enjoy Life chocolate chips. Living in Canada, I have yet to find a product for dairy free "whipped cream".
    susan at my blog the food allergy chronicles

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