I am alway craving dark yummy chocolate but am diabetic so I have to experiment… This one is wonderful!!! But use you own judgement on measurements… As we all have our preferences… I use only Yacon as it has a low glycemic index… The cinnamon stablizes blood sugar and doesn’t really add any flavor…I used the food...
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For Crust.. Pulse in blender or processor into fine crumbs… Push into 9” pie pan or individual serving bowls… Chill… Reserving some for the crumb topping…

Filling… Melt coconut oil then stir in yacon with the ground cinnamon then the cacao powder, vanilla and salt… May have to re-warm before squishing onto the crust… I used twice as much cacao to cinnamon with less than a cup of oil… You want the filling tight but not hard… Top with reserved crust crumbs and enjoy!!!

As most of us do… I guessed at the measurement on the above ingredient list…

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By waterbaby12347

I am alway craving dark yummy chocolate but am diabetic so I have to experiment… This one is wonderful!!! But use you own judgement on measurements… As we all have our preferences… I use only Yacon as it has a low glycemic index… The cinnamon stablizes blood sugar and doesn’t really add any flavor…I used the food processor instead of the blender for the crust and a mixing bowl for the filling… A photo later…

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I can't wait to tast this. I just put mine in the fridge to harden a bit, I also added a sprinkling of cacao nibs in mine.

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I made this for a friends bday for a raw events tonight and everyone loved it. I used some coconut butter in my filling and used chocolate stevia because my friend can't have the sweeteners. But it was a big hit! Thanks!

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OMG!!! I just noticed that the crust is missing some ingredients!!! No wonder you had trouble with it not holding together... I blended in a half cup coconut oil and some yacon with the almond crumbles... Also I use the cinnamon as a blood sugar stablizer and antioxidant, so it can be omitted or at least reduced.

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Well...I tried this in a cupcake pan. I ended up having a lot of almond crumbles left over, even after the crumbly topping. Yeah, nut crusts take time and patience,, and they never really turn out like a perfect shell. They just fall apart. So I ended up having little cinnamon-y chocolate blobs coated with almond crumbles. I find that I can really taste the cinnamon. I must say, though they didn't turn out as expected, my little chocolate blobs were absolutely delicious.This is the first time I've used melted coconut oil to make such rich chocolate, but now I'm using it a lot more...very yummy. The chocolate is very rich, but the nutty coating milds that out. I also sprinkled some coconut as a topping.

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wow, this looks amazing! i think i am going to try this when i get home!

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You know if it's called 'Death by chocolate,' it's gonna be good!

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Funny expression 'death by chocolate'!!

I'm glad you found something with chocolate you can eat. Making up 100% raw chocolate might be nice too with just mesquite to sweeten.

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Sounds like...Death!! So goooddddddd!

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