Elderberry Vanilla Pear Pies (Vegan, Low Carb & Gluten Free)
Who else loves berries no matter the season? Hard to resist any type of berry and in this recipe that will give you an extra boost of antioxidant.
For this recipe I’m using elderberry, a berry that is known for its high content in antioxidants that will also pump up yournimmune system. Delicious and nutrient dense vegan pies!
About these Elderberry Vanilla Pear Pies :
How can we say no to a good pie recipe? This is such a great combination of flavors; pears + vanilla + elderberry in a creamy and vegan pie!
In this recipe we are using simple ingredients and nutrient dense. From the coconut yogurt for the thickness, to the pears and elderberry that will add some fiber and antioxidants... just easy and delicious recipe that you cannot miss out.
The Base, Almond Butter Goodness:
Silky and creamy almond butter base! The base is pretty simple; almond butter and some oat milk that makes it even creamier.
Soft, creamy and melts in your mouth and just the best of both worlds. For snack or dessert these bars are just a great idea and good to keep in your freezer, no need to bake or cook... so this recipe is basically fail proof.
Made with simple ingredients and minimal steps that makes these bars even better and convenient, only the best way to start the day; gluten free, low carb and dreamy tasting snack, breakfast or treat.
And because we all love a good easy and convenient snack I kept it super easy, made with the simplest ingredients that are also good for you!
Okay, so as I mentioned earlier I'm using elderberry that will also be giving this recipe that deep beautiful purple color and that touch of antioxidants. Plus some pears to add that touch of the season… and along with the vanilla: KEY!
Overall, these are the ingredients needed for these Elderberry Vanilla Pear Pies:
Unsweetened Oat Milk
Granulated Monk Fruit
Madagascar Vanilla Extract
A very complete recipe here! They key is always choosing better ingredients; in this occasion we are adding that sweetness with granulated monk fruit as a replacement of regular sugar that has a lower impact in blood sugar.
The coconut yogurt, pear and elderberry creates a perfect fall and satisfying recipe, for snack or desert! You just have to make these easy vegan pies.
Super nutrient dense and extremely easy to make! Only mix, pour and freeze. It doesn't get easier and as delicious! A great way to step up the immune system game!
Nutritional Benefits of this Recipe:
Well, we are all about that immune health here, since we are using elderberry that has a high content of vitamin C and fiber. Each cup has 10.2 grams of fiber and in this case I’m using the concentrate (crystals from Flora).
Plus pears are also also another source of fiber, vitamin C, K and copper. Along with the almond butter of course, more unsaturated fats for the win!
The full instructions will be below along with the nutritional information per serving. This is just a super easy and flavorful recipe for you to enjoy and your body will love; source of protein, nutrients and flavor!
Overall this recipe is:
Meal Prep Friendly
The end result
Soft thanks to the coconut yogurt and the pear. These pies are flavorful and easy to make that will even be great to make with your kids, or by anyone with little experience in the kitchen. The texture of the filling along with the crispy granola on top is just perfect!
As dessert, snack or breakfast! These elderberry vanilla pear pies are just a dream that just make you want to make more, these are THICK and so flavorful... so irresistible!
Perfect to enjoy at any time of the day; morning or evening. These can be also stored in the freezer and enjoy to satisfy that sweet tooth without all the inflammatory effects from gluten and sugars at any time.
Pro tip: You can even serve it some Lakanto Keto Maple syrup!
This is a great recipe that your family or friends will love! Easy to prepare and elegant and fun no matter the occasion, this recipe is made to enjoy in the most effortless and most delicious way ever, I mean... only simple and minimal ingredients in a high protein, low carb and gluten free apple caramel protein bar!
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Elderberry Vanilla Pear Pies
By María Fernanda López
Serves 12 servings
3/4 cup of almond butter
1/4 cup of oat milk
1/4 cup of monk fruit
2 tbsp of elderberry crystals (used Flora)
1 chopped pear (leave some for topping)
1 tsp of Madagascar vanilla extract
1/4 cup of oat milk
1/3 cup of coconut yogurt
Pear left from the filling
1/2 cup of low carb granola (used Lakanto)
Mix all the ingredients of the base and divide the batter in twelve silicone muffin cups.
Blend all the ingredients for the filling and top each base with it.
Add the toppings, freezer overnight and enjoy!
Nutritional Information per serving (240 kcal)
Net Carbs: 12.3g