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Looking for a dessert to serve at holiday functions that is not only pretty to look at… but far healthier than typical sugar-filled cakes and pies?
This Super Food Mango Pie fits the bill. There is so much good in the mango it has been dubbed the “King of Fruits.” It helps to protect the body from breast, colon, prostate, and leukemia cancers with its diverse array of antioxidants. It stokes the mitochondrial fat burners, strengthens the immune system, and balances blood sugar to name a few of its many benefits.
When combined with oats, spices, nuts, and berries, this dessert tastes amazing, is packed full of the nutrients and enzymes, and satisfies those sweet tooth cravings.
Super Food Mango Pie
Yield: One 9-inch pie
Preparation time: 25 minutes
¾ cup 100% organic certified gluten-free whole oats
¼ cup organic flax seed
¼ cup untoasted almonds
¼ cup untoasted hazelnuts OR macadamia nuts
2 tablespoons organic raw honey
2 tablespoons cold pressed coconut oil
1/8 teaspoon pink or sea salt
- Blend all the ingredients except coconut oil and honey in a food processor until finely ground.
- Add coconut oil and honey and pulse blend until it forms into a loose ball.
- In a glass or ceramic pie plate, press the ball of dough into the plate or roll out with a rolling pin and place in the pie plate pinching the edges as you would with a regular pie crust. Put in the freezer while preparing the filling.
- 3 medium organic mangoes peeled and center pit removed
- ¼ cup goji berries
- 3 tablespoons black chia seed
- ½ cup fresh organic raspberries (black or red or both)
- 2 ripe organic bananas
- 1 tablespoon organic raw honey
- 1 tablespoon cold pressed coconut oil
Spices and Garnish:
- ½ cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
- ½ cup untoasted pecans (whole or broken in pieces)
- 1 teaspoon ground Ceylon cinnamon
- ½ teaspoon freshly ground nutmeg
- In a food processor pulse bananas, ¼ cup mango, goji berries, ¼ cup of raspberries, ¼ cup of the lemon juice, chia, coconut oil, and raw honey until chunky or smooth according to your preference.
- Pour into the prepared pie crust, levelling it with a spatula.
- Sprinkle pecan pieces on top of this layer.
- Slice remaining mango and drizzle with lemon juice. Layer the slices esthetically on top of the filling around the pie. Add the remaining raspberries and pecans and sprinkle with cinnamon and nutmeg. Place in the refrigerator to firm up and meld the flavors.
- Remove pie from refrigerator 30 minutes before serving and slice into eight or ten pieces. Serve at room temperature. Enjoy!
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Silvia Logan says
Charlene, this recipe looks delicious. I think that I should try it some time. I will write down the recipe.
I love mangoes and this looks great. Would love to have it in ‘print’ format if possible.
Amazing recipe!! Thank y soooo much for sharing it!! Gonna make it for Xmas! ???
Jami Dulaney says
Coconut oil is processed calorie dense and artery damaging. This recipe could easily me made eliminating this ingredient. The crust ingredients listed work fine by themselves. The fill could be thickened with a little cornstarch if needed. Being overweight is a cancer risk. No need to be cancer free and die of a heart attack.
There is no danger in consuming coconut oil whatsoever. It is not damaging to your arteries nor does it make you gain weight. It is one of the healthiest oils there is and you may consume it any time without concern.
jane hamilton says
Coconut oil is a very good fat to eat and raw u refined cold pressed is easy to buy and extremely ?
rhonda forbes says
This looks great. My only concern is the oats are uncooked. Don’t think my sensitive tummy would be able to manage this. Any substitutes that might be possible. Yes I am gluten and dairy free.
Judith Jackson says
I am allergic to mangoes!
Carol Randazzo Orito says
Charlene, long live you, your children and Ty. Thank you for the fabulous treat. God Bless Your Lives.
Looks like it will be on my Christmas table this year in sunny Perth Western Australia-perfect!
Why does everything have to be made into a pie or muffin or cookie or something else? What’s wrong with just eating a mango and some almonds on the side or just a banana or just the fruit or veggie itself?
I agree this doesn’t do anything but substitute our sweet tooth that some of us would like to get rid of. We need to learn to eat food ini natural state from the tree or the garden. Glad you said that. I often wondered why also. We are trying to learn a new way of eating for our health, not to make our old junk food with as much health food in it that is not appealing at all
I think the value of creating something like this pie or a bowl of salad is to enable us to eat many of these healthy powerful foods which by itself we may not be able to eat regularly or not at all
Any suggestions for substituting the chia seeds? My youngest can’t eat them. I know they help thicken the pie, so wondering what might work as a substitute?
This looks wonderful but I would love to be able to print the recipe.