What is pumpkin pie made of

AIP pumpkin pie

// by Michaela Richter // 14 comments

This cake is perfect for all allergy sufferers - no nuts, no eggs, unsweetened and of course gluten and lactose-free. What does it actually consist of? Made from coconut, pumpkin and gelatine. The concept works wonderfully, tastes juicy and is also suitable for snacking within the Paleo autoimmune protocol without a guilty conscience.

Pumpkin pie without eggs, nuts, lactose or gluten. This works out!

The recipe: AIP pumpkin pie

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  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
  2. Core the Hokkaido, cut into large pieces and bake in the oven for 20 minutes until soft.
  3. Knead coconut flour, arrowroot flour, 2 tablespoons of water, melted coconut oil and cinnamon to form a dough.
  4. Line a small cake springform with baking paper. Press the dough thinly on the base. Put in the oven for 20 minutes, then let cool down.
  5. Puree the soft pumpkin with coconut milk and vanilla essence.
  6. Dissolve gelatine in 50 ml of cold water, then add 50 ml of hot water. Now add the gelatine to the pumpkin mixture and puree everything together again.
  7. Pour the pumpkin mixture on the cake base and let it harden in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours, preferably overnight.

Our tip

If the gelatine has not completely dissolved in the water, briefly heat the pumpkin mixture again and then add the gelatine.

Pumpkin Pie for the Autoimmune Protocol

A cake can also be conjured up with food intolerances, and the whole thing is also juicy and creamy on top.

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Posted by Michaela

Michaela has a sweet tooth in the Paleo360 team and is therefore always on the lookout for Paleo-compliant sweets. Maybe that's why she developed the excellent ability to combine exotic salads with various delicious fruits. She is also a big fan of nature and the Munich foothills of the Alps. Michaela likes to sleep late, which is why her blog posts are published more often in the afternoon.
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