No Bake Avocado Pie

Traditionally every year I would try out a new pie recipe. This year I did the same however I know not everyone celebrates Pi Day. I decided to merge two holidays together Pi Day and St Patricks Day. A green pie that tricks your taste buds.

Start by making a graham cracker crust. (or buy a pre-made one).

If you are making your own, mix together some graham cracker crumbs and butter.

Pour the moistened crumbs into a pie shell or spring form pan. Press down and place in the fridge to firm up.

For the filling, you will need yogurt, condensed milk and ripe avocado.

Mash the avocado until smooth. I found that using an immersion blender worked well.

To this, add the yogurt and condensed milk.

Mix well.

Pour the mixture into your pie shell and smooth out the top.

Chill overnight and serve cold.

Avocado Pie

  • 2 large avocados
  • 1/2 cup Greek yogurt
  • 1 can condensed milk
  • graham cracker crust (1 1/4 cup graham crackers and 1/4 cup melted butter)

To make the crust mix together. I followed the recipe on the back of the box. In a bowl, mix together graham cracker crumbs and the melted butter. It will be the same consistency as wet sand. Pour this mixture into a pie shell and press down. Place in the fridge to firm up while you are making the filling.

For the filling, mash together the avocados. I found using an immersion blender was helpful to make the filling smooth. Blend in the Greek yogurt and the condensed milk. Pour the mixture into your pie shell. Smooth out the top and chill in the fridge overnight.

The pie will firm up a bit but will still be pretty soft. The filling is quite sweet so it would be nice to pair this with some plain whipping cream or plain yogurt. Overall I thought this was a unique and fun recipe.

Enjoy! Happy Pi Day!

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