Valentine's Recipe: Three's Company Pie!By Dreenaburton
I ran a poll on my fb page for what NEW recipe from LTEV to post. It was a bit of a tight race, but this Three's Company Pie (aka chocolate, peanut butter, 'n banana pie) had the edge.
When I created this pie, I wanted to give you something that didn't use silken tofu or another soy product for a creamy, silky texture. Not hating on soy (at all - it's part of our diet). Rather, I wanted the recipe to be accessible for those with soy allergies. And, for those with peanut allergies, you can make this pie with a nut butter like cashew or almond.
I made this again today, just for you (ohhh my sacrifices), just to get a better photo (Hannah, come back to me!). Because it is such a glorious tasting and looking pie for not much effort (don't tell anyone that, do the whole bit of dusting cocoa powder on your face and shirt).
So, for your sweetie, for yourself, for a friend... this Valentine's Day recipe is now posted.
For my voting crew, the Circle of Moms contest wraps up on Feb. 14th. Just a handful of days left to vote (one vote every 24 hrs): link. What say I trade you a slice of pie for a vote? That would be bribery. Hey, works for my kids! (kiiiidding... that was for you, anonymous) ;)
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