This avocado pie is a no-bake dessert that is creamy, rich, and sweet. It’s a great make-ahead pie for summer and you only need four ingredients to make it.
A few weeks ago, I was flipping through an avocado recipe pamphlet when I came across a recipe for an avocado pie. Mr. K and I are huge, huge fans of avocados. I can’t get enough of them. I love them plain, on toast, in a sweet shake, as ice cream, etc.
I knew right away I would like an avocado pie. This recipe is so easy to put together. You do need to let it chill overnight though, otherwise the filling won’t set.
My first attempt, I followed the recipe I found but it didn’t quite work. I thought the filling was too sweet and the recipe didn’t make enough filling to properly fill the pie crust. So, I fiddled with the recipe and made a new version this weekend.
What I like about this recipe is that you only need four ingredients and you don’t need to use heavy cream, but the pie is still very creamy and rich.
- Flesh from large Hass avocados
- 2% Chobani plain Greek yogurt
- Condensed milk
- Premade graham cracker pie crust
Even though I doubled the avocado and added some Greek yogurt, I still think this was a little too sweet. Maybe I’ll add even more yogurt next time or reduce the condensed milk. It still tastes good though. It reminds me of a key lime pie because of the color and graham cracker crust.
How to Make Avocado Pie
Blend the avocados, yogurt, and condensed milk in a blender or food processor until smooth.
Pour mixture into the crust in the pie pan and smooth the top with a spatula.
Cover it with a piece of plastic wrap and chill the pie in the refrigerator overnight. For the best avocado pie, wait to take it out of the fridge until you are ready to serve it.
It was a little tricky getting the slices out cleanly. The filling was set, but the graham cracker crust kept crumbling at the bottom, which is why the slices don’t look as solid. I used a premade store crust. Next time I’ll make my own with graham cracker crumbs.
The inspiration for this most recent avocado recipe was actually a California Avocado Commission event we went to recently. It was held at Border Grill, the restaurant owned by Celebrity Chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger. During the event, we got to see avocados used in many ways.
First, we were put to work in a quick-cooking contest. My team didn’t win, though I think we should have at least gotten something for presentation because we were the only ones who plated it outside of the serving dish.
After the contest, we were treated to a cooking demonstration and lunch meal from Chefs Milliken and Feniger. Here’s what we ate.
We had a lot of fun and I’m always looking for inspiration for new ways to eat avocado. One of the dishes required the avocados to be grilled and I absolutely loved the flavors brought out from grilling them. Mr. K and I immediately grilled some avocado slices the next day.
If you’ve ever seen or met Chefs Milliken and Feniger, you know they are extremely high-energy and very entertaining. This was a great event for avocado lovers like Mr. K and me. I came home and immediately was inspired to make a dozen avocado recipes, including this no-bake avocado pie.
More No-Bake Desserts
- Oreo Cheesecake with Greek Yogurt
- Peanut Butter Cheesecake
- No-Bake Chocolate Cake
- Avocado Cheesecake
- No-Bake Peanut Butter Brownies
- 2 large ripe Hass Avocados
- 1/2 cup 2% Chobani Greek yogurt plain
- 1 can 14 oz condensed milk
- 1 premade graham cracker crust
- Blend avocados, yogurt and condensed milk until smooth. You may want to consider reducing the condensed milk if it's too sweet. I found that when I tasted it before it was chilled, it wasn't too sweet. But it got sweeter while setting. I might reduce the condensed milk slightly next time. Pour batter into crust and smooth top with spatula. Chill in fridge overnight. Keep in fridge until just before serving.
The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.