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Gluten-Free Sweet & Spicy Chocolate Nut Pie

A pie is a pie if it has a crust and filling, correct? So, why isn’t a cheesecake called a cheesepie? Is it because the crust stops at the base and doesn’t usually go up the sides? Because that doesn’t stop pizza from being referred to as a pizza pie! These are questions I heard in the office recently and although I didn’t feel the need to find out the answers, I did feel the need to bake some pie. It is, after all, pie season. And just like the two sides of a debate about cheesecake (is it a pie or is it a cake?), this pie has two sides – sweet and spicy.

The sweet in this Sweet & Spicy Chocolate Nut Pie comes from Wholesome Organic Sugar and Light Corn Syrup. The spicy comes from ancho chili or chili powder. The result? A delicious contrast of flavors that is a nice change of pace from the traditional pies served this time of year.

Stay tuned for a couple more pies this month!

Sweet & Spicy Chocolate Nut Pie Recipe

Sweet & Spicy Chocolate Nut Pie





Servings: 8 servings

Calories: 632 kcal

Author: Carol Kicinski

  1. Lightly grease a 9-inch pie pan. Roll out the pie crust and line the pan. Cut off any overhang and crimp the edges.

  2. In a large mixing bowl, lightly beat the eggs. Add the sugar, corn syrup, vanilla, butter, chili powder, and salt. Whisk well. Stir in the nuts and chocolate chips. Pour into the pie crust and refrigerate the pie for 30 minutes.

  3. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Place the pie pan on a rimmed baking sheet and place on the bottom shelf of the oven. Bake for 50 minutes or until the filling is set. Place the pan on a cooling rack to cool.

  4. Pie can be served at room temperature or cold.

Nutrition Facts

Sweet & Spicy Chocolate Nut Pie

Amount Per Serving

Calories 632
Calories from Fat 306

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 34g

Saturated Fat 11g

Cholesterol 69mg

Sodium 321mg

Potassium 401mg

Total Carbohydrates 73g

Dietary Fiber 4g

Sugars 47g

Protein 11g

Vitamin A

Vitamin C



* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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