No bake chai spice pie

It has been quite a bit of time since I had my mind set on making a no bake chai spice pie. Yesterday it was the day and I couldn’t  have been happier with the result. Much better than anticipated.

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I was afraid the filling mixture wouldn’t turn out as I wanted it to but to my surprise it actually worked better than expected.

I love chai spice flavor anything. I am thinking of making a sponge cake with this flavor as well as the frosting. I have not made a sponge cake in forever and since my birthday is just around the corner I think this type of cake would be the perfect contender.

I am probably going to make some ice pops this flavor as well. I love making my own ice pops around this time of year. They are so easy and versatile and I believe my kids will enjoy them too.

Anyways. I kept the base of the pie quite simple with only 2 ingredients. I actually have a recipe for energy balls just using these two ingredients. The mixture is delicious just by itself so if you like to make a bit more and make balls with it go ahead. I did so I could have some to take for school during the week.

I am planning on making more no bake pies this summer. I will be using the same base for the filling. I think the sky is the limit when using cashews to make vegan pies. I intent to try one with a lemon/lime flavor. I love lemon anything  as well so I think that will work well.

Anyways, I won’t bored you any further with none of my recipe ideas so I hope you get to try this no bake chai spice pie that it is vegan and gluten free. It is perfect for any gathering or healthy dessert.


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No bake chai spice pie

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 12 servings

Total Time: 4 hours





  • 1/2 cup chopped pecans
  • 1/3 cup dark chocolate, melted, vegan if need be


In a food processor add the crust ingredients and pulse until you obtain a mixture that will adhere together.

Transfer the mixture to a removable pie pan of your choice. I used a rectangular one. Press the mixture to the bottom of the pan without going up the sides.

Add the filling ingredients to the food processor and pulse until you obtain a homogenous mixture. About 2-3 minutes.

Transfer the mixture to the pan and spread evenly. Arrange the chopped pecans around the edge of the pie and freeze for about 3-5 hrs.

Take the pie out of the freezer and drizzle the chocolate over the pie and serve.

NOTE: Store pie in the freezer and take out 30 minutes before serving.


  1. where is the chia in receipt

  2. Mmmm I love chai! Looks delicious!

  3. Chai spice is one of my favorites!! Can’t wait to try it!

  4. Such a beautiful pie… love that it’s no bake!

  5. I love no-bake desserts, and this one is gorgeous!

  6. Wow! How beautiful is this! I love cardamom, so I’m happy to see it included :)

  7. Such an amazing pie!! I love everything about it! YUM!!

  8. I don’t see chi spice in the receipe

  9. What a beautiful pie! And I say “Yes!” to making some Chai ice pops. I”ll be watching for those, for sure. :)

  10. looks amazing. its 581 calories per serving?

  11. Wonderful post, thank you so much!

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