pecan pie

Low Carb Pecan Pie



  • 350g Almond Flour
  • 60g Butter


  • 3 eggs, beaten, 
  • 240g powdered sweetener (Truvia), 
  • 30g Butter, 
  • 240ml sugar free maple syrup (walden pancake syrup), 
  • 350g Pecans (chopped), 
  • 5ml vanilla extract


  1. For the crust, mix together the ingredients, press into an 8" or 9" pie plate and refrigerate.
  2. Beat the eggs with the Splenda. Add the vanilla, butter and syrup, then add the pecans.
  3. Pour into the crust and bake at 180c for about 45 minutes.

Some of us ship Destiel

Originally posted by cas-and-dean-doing-the-do

Others ship Wincest

Originally posted by daddyjared

Or again Dean with every single woman on the show

Originally posted by dorkmccall

(yeah, well sorry)

But can we just agree on the fact that….. Dean and pie is THE eternal love story

Originally posted by cassywinchestertheangel

So yeah… We can agree


I’ve been going through the motions. I get up. I stare at a wall. I remember what’s happened in our country. I think about this Twitter thread, and this one tweet in particular:

Trump’s presidency is a result of us not really seeing each other or our country for who we are and what it is.

We can fix that.

5'7 Black Male (@absurdistwords) November 9, 2016

…a result of us not really seeing each other or our country for who we are and what it is. I’ve been going through the motions of a relationship with a country I thought I knew, a place I thought was closer to me and my heart than it ever actually was. I was living in a dream of denial.

@absurdistwords goes on to say that our path to fixing this is through empathy. For many white people, like myself, this is the first time we are waking up to feelings of disenfranchisement, marginalization, disorientation, and fear. His reminder that these feelings are the very same that people of color and other minority groups feel and grapple with upon waking every single morning is sobering.

Read more and get the recipe here.

Zodiac signs as sweet treats

Aries: Pop rocks
Taurus: Pecan pie
Gemini: Skittles
Cancer: Red velvet cupcakes
Leo: Cheesecake
Virgo: Candy corn
Libra: Ring pop
Scorpio: Fudge
Sagittarius: Bubble tape
Capricorn: Peanut M&Ms
Aquarius: Sour brite crawlers
Pisces: Swedish fish


YOU GUYS. I made you a Thanksgiving pie and it is bonkers good. It’s rich and light and creamy and crunchy and perfectly spicy and just the tiniest bit boozy. It’s a chocolate cream pie with a light spice, smothered with vanilla coconut whipped cream, topped with bourbon pecan crumble and shaved chocolate. In a gingersnap crust. What is even happening. Did I mention it’s vegan?


And I made you a vegan gingersnap chocolate cream pie GIF. Because duh. Vegan cream pies and GIFs go together like bananas and peanut butter. Come to think of it, maybe that should be our next vegan cream pie. But I digress.

This is the perfect pie to grace your Thanksgiving and holiday tables for the following reasons:

1) It’s totally delish.

2) It can be made gluten-free, which would then make it both vegan AND wheat-free, which means that it would probably win some kind of gold award in the hipster pie olympics.

Read more and get the recipe here!

Ever since I got my hands on a food processor, I’ve been making nut butters. They are filling and good for the body. And obviously, they are delicious.

But pecan butter, this pecan butter, is different. It tastes like pie in a jar, like autumn, and it’s so rich. You have to make it, because it’s so easy… if you have shelled pecans, that is. Shelling pecans is kind of a torture. So go get your shelled pecans, your food processor, and…

  • Blend. Blend until it’s gritty, and remember to stop and scoop down the sides from time to time. Oils will start coming up and creating a paste. Keep blending. This is the basic step for every nut butter!
  • Stop, and grab your basic add-ons: sweetener of choice (maple syrup would be ideal, but I can’t get it here, aww… so I used brown sugar) and a just a pinch of salt. Salt is important because it adds more contrast between the spices and the sweetener - just don’t overdo it.
  • Now, get crazy. Add any spices you want to taste. Mine were cinnamon, vanilla bean, nutmeg and (drumroll) cayenne pepper. I just added a tiny bit of cayenne so it had a little bit of a kick without compromising flavour. Other options are: anise, ginger, cloves, and even cocoa powder. Just please do not add water.
  • Blend until you have achieved the desired consistency.

There, there. Now you have it. You will want to eat it all with a spoon. That’s a good option, but you can also use it as a sweet dip, spread on toast, mixed with porridge, in smothies… the possibilities are endless!