PUMPKIN PIEEEEEEEE!! It’s so weird when people don’t like pumpkin pie. I’m still friends with those kinds of people, but it’s hard. Pumpkin pie should be eaten all year round, but it really only feels normal during fall. When it’s freezing out. And it’s freezing here. So I’m hibernating and stuffing my face. And what’s better during the winter than pumpkin pie? OHHHH. Almond milk egg nog. Yep, that’s right. I found some at Whole Foods and loved it. Califia Farms has almond milk egg nog with ingredients that don’t bother me. So I added that to my pumpkin pie. Happy me.

OMG I saw Catching Fire this weekend. If you’ve never heard of The Hunger Games trilogy, you must not have a tv or know how to read books. Which is strange, since you’re reading this post. Either way, I saw the second movie from the Hunger Games trilogy and it was awesome. It was even better than the first one. And it was even more exciting because I hadn’t read the books in forever, so I really had no idea what was going on. Which kind of sucked since I had to pee the entire movie. Those blood curdling screams would get me every time. And I would jump…but thankfully I have a pretty strong bladder. I haven’t peed while doing double unders yet. That’s proof, right? So I didn’t pee during the screams. But I felt a lot of anxiety throughout the movie.

That just got weird.

Just FYI, I finished the entire first season of Homeland. Disappointed with the season finale, but I will go on. Meaning I’ve already watched the first two episodes of the second season. Do you think Carrie is actually crazy in real life? How is she so good with the crazy eyes? How does that just come normal. Creepy.

I wish I had more to tell you. But that is all. So I’m going to go eat more pie. While I watch Homeland.

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Eggnog Pumpkin Pie with Gingerbread Crust

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  • Yield: 8 1x



For the crust

For the filling


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Whisk together butter and molasses. Mix in almond flour, pumpkin pie spice, vanilla extract, and salt.
  3. Press mixture down into a greased pie pan. Evenly distribute mixture throughout the pan pan and press up onto the sides as much as possible.
  4. In a food processor or blender, add pumpkin, eggnog, eggs, coconut sugar, vanilla, pumpkin pie spice and salt and puree until smooth.
  5. Pour mixture into crust lined pie pan.
  6. Place in oven for 55 minutes. Let rest until cool then place in the refrigerator to set for 2+ hours.
  7. Cut into 8 slices and serve with coconut milk whipped cream (optional)


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  1. Sue says:

    I find it frustrating when nutritional info is not included with recipes. 🙁
    Recipe LOOKS delicious!

    1. juli says:

      I never include nutritional info and do not plan to

  2. Amy says:

    This burned for me as well. Smelled amazing and I think it has lots of potential, but just did not work. What altitude are you at? Perhaps that’s why the timing/temp is off for a bunch of us?

  3. Jessica says:

    Hi! I am going to make this for Thanksgiving, can i make it tonight? Or should i make it tomorrow?

  4. Val says:

    How far ahead could I make this for thanksgiving. Is tonight too early?

    1. juli says:

      you should be fine a couple days ahead of time

  5. Val says:

    I found soy eggnog (non GMO) or just regular organic eggnog . couldn’t find coconut or almond milk eggnog at publix.
    Will the soy suffice since it is still non dairy?

    1. juli says:

      if you aren’t lactose intolerant, i personally would go with regular dairy egg nog before soy, but that’s totally up to you! it will still work

  6. Jen says:

    Used health bent eggnog with LOTS of brandy. So amazingly good, even husband loved it. I did bake crust for 10 min first just for fun.

  7. Terra says:

    The pumpkin eggnog filling was sooo amazing – rich and delicious. I had crust troubles as well. It was burned around the edges and icky. We solved that by eating just the awesome filling. Will try with a different crust next time. 🙂

  8. Heidi says:

    i started my husband’s “Intro to Paleo” with this pie during the holidays. Pumpkin pie is his absolute favorite treat, and he thinks thinks this is one of the best he’s had! Winning! I made it with coconut milk as we didn’t have eggnog and it was still quite delicious! The almond crust with the flavor of pumpkin pie spice really takes it over the top.

  9. Joyce says:

    Can you substitute anything for the eggs in this recipe? Would it work with flax seed eggs? Thanks!

    1. juli says:

      haven’t tried that

  10. Christine says:

    I was misled by the post on the brownie eggnog pumpkin pie saying this one is your fav. I would have to disagree. The brownie eggnog pumpkin pie is the best! My family couldn’t stomach this one at all! The crust didn’t burn, but it didn’t taste good at all.

    1. juli says:

      which eggnog did you use? and can you explain why it didn’t taste good? it’s seriously one of my favorite pumpkin pie recipes so I’m guessing something must have gone wrong when you made it. i’ve made this multiple times and it’s always taste delish!