This pie is so incredibly, impossibly delicious and decadent. It's so good, it's got to be considered conversion food. I defy any omni or vegetarian to eat this vegan pie and try to say that one can't eat well as a vegan. My husband, who is still an omni but is willing to give "this vegan thing" a try with me as of January 1, said it's just as good as, if not better than, my top recipes that call for animal products and byproducts. And I'm known in my circle of friends to have some of the best recipes around. (All of which I hope to eventually convert to vegan if possible.)
I purchased the ingredients for this pie, which comes from Veganomicon, with the intention of making it for Christmas. Unfortunately, my mom called Christmas Eve to tell me not to bring my dessert because my grandmother and father had both made unscheduled desserts. Now that we've tasted what they missed, my husband and I can safely say, "Suckahs! Y'all effed up!"
This pie has a graham cracker crust and a chocolate filling.
On top of that goes a layer of peanut butter caramel and maple candied pecans.
Just look at it and tell me you don't want to lick your computer monitor...