GAPS Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie

In Recipes by Nadine2 Comments

Chocolate and Peanut Butter, could they be more perfect for each other? Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups were one of my all-time favourites as a kid.

When I saw this recipe on pinterest, I knew I had to make it…but first it needed to be Gaps-ised!

I have been making this pie weekly. It is sweet and savoury, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free bliss! Be careful, it is very more-ish, but if you can resist taking a second piece, you will find that it is very filling and will last you all the way to your next meal.

Here is the Recipe.


Gluten Free Dessert, Gaps dessert

1 cup pitted Dates

1 cup Almonds

1/2 cup Peanut Butter

4 Tbsp Cacao

1/4 cup Water

Pinch of Salt

Directions: Add all ingredients to a Food Processor and Blend. Poor into a Cheesecake Tin and spread and flatten with a spoon.

Middle Layer:

Gaps Dessert, Gluten Free Pie

1 cup Pumpkin Puree

1/2 cup Natural Peanut Butter

1/2 cup pitted Dates

2 Tbsp Honey

1 Tsp Vanilla

1/4 Tsp Salt

Directions: Add all ingredients to a Food Processor and Blend. Poor onto base layer and spread evenly to coat.


Gaps Pie, Gluten Free dessert

1/2 cup + 1 Tbsp Coconut Oil

1/2 – 1 Tbsp Cacao Cup Cacao

1/4 Cup Honey

Directions: Add all ingredients to a Food Processor and Blend. Poor onto Middle Layer and carefully spread evenly with a spoon. Freeze for at least 4 hours until set and enjoy!

Don’t forget to check out my book Rainbow Bellies if you have kids and are starting, or already on, your Gaps journey. This is a healing story of a little girl who need to find her Rainbow Foods to help her belly, and herself, be happy.

NadineGAPS Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie


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    Check this out!

    From Dr. Natasha’s FAQ page: When can cocoa be introduced?

    Cocoa is SCD illegal. However, I find that many people can start having it occasionally on the Full GAPS Diet, once the digestive symptoms are gone. Find pure organic cocoa powder. Mixing the powder with some honey and sour cream makes a delicious dessert, and you can add it to your homemade ice cream or cakes. After trying it for the first time, observe your patient for any reactions. Cocoa is very rich in magnesium and some essential amino acids and, unless your digestive system is not ready for it, there is no need to avoid it.

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