Vegan Uncheese Peanut Butter Fudge Pie

August 10, 2010 by Keri

Remember yesterday when I said I couldn’t eat a whole pie anytime soon?  Well, that was before I tried this pie.  I’m still not planning on eating the whole thing, but the Peanut Butter Fudge Pie (page 173) from The Ulitmate Uncheese Cookbook has invoked vegan=pie-eating desires within me I never knew I had.

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Oh, and did I mention I poured the luscious peanut butter fudgey filling into the caramel nut crust (page 180)?  Yeah, now we’re entering the deliciousness danger zone with a crust that tastes just like VCIYCJ‘ s Caramel Pecan Bars!

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Along with all things Uncheese, I’ve been really loving snacking on popcorn lately.  My current favorite flavor combination is sea salt, pepper, garlic, cayenne, and nutritional yeast.  Such a tasty and filling snack!  I don’t have a popcorn popper or anything fancy, and I never buy the microwave variety.  I simply heat a tiny bit of oil in a large pot, toss in my seasonings and the popcorn kernels, cover, and let pop.

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What have you been snacking on lately?

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  1. jessica says:

    that looks yummy!

  2. Jess - The Domestic Vegan says:

    Wait a tick. I have had that book for like 4 years & never noticed that recipe!!! I must make it ASAP. It looks INSANELY DELICIOUS.

    I have been snacking on Asian sauce-marinated baked tofu lately! SO YUMMY.

  3. Jennifer says:

    Hah! That’s almost exactly my favorite stovetop popcorn flavor, too. (I don’t always put in the cayenne…especially if I’m eating it for breakfast.) I would love to have the recipe for your pie, though. Care to share? Please don’t tell me it involves tofu.

    • Keri says:

      It actually does use silken tofu, but you really can’t taste it if you just don’t like the flavor. If you’re sensitive or just don’t eat soy then it’s a no-go, I suppose!
      It’s from The Uncheese Cookbook- but I was only given permission to post two, so I won’t be able to post it. Great cookbook though and it’s surprisingly light on the recipes that use tofu!

  4. bitt says:

    We do the same thing with popcorn–on the stove in a pot. I put nooch and salt on it.

    Thanks for your comment to me. Means a lot.

  5. nina says:

    Strangely enough I made a chocolate peanut butter pie on this day also, and I know another person who also made one! Collective consciousness for PB choc pie I guess…
    I used the Nasoya “Silken Creations” chocolate tofu. OMG totally amazing. I could literally eat the stuff all by itself out of the container with a spoon…and I don’t like tofu at all! Super great!

    • Keri says:

      Wow, that’s pretty cool! Let’s mark our calendars for next year’s peanut butter fudge pie day. 😀
      I’ve never tried the chocolate tofu… I bought the vanilla once and I think it had been sitting on a shelf too long because it just looked wrong. I’ll have to give them another shot!

  6. Lauren says:

    I love PB pie! This one looks sooo good! I! 😉