No-Bake Vegan Key Lime Pie!

Hey hey POPsters!

Today’s Cheap Clean Eats recipe is sooooooo easy and delish you won’t even BELIEVE your taste buds!!! You don’t even have to bake it! This is what the beauty turns out like!


Ingredients for 1 pie:


  • 2 avocados
  • 2 limes
  • 1 TBS Stevia
  • 2 TBS Tapioca flour (could be omitted)


  • 3/4 cup walnuts
  • 6 medjool dates (soaked in water for 1 hour)

key lime pie ingredients


  1. Blend the pitted dates and walnuts in a food processor.
  2. Press into a pie pan with your hands until firm like a pie base.
  3. Then blend avocados, lime juice of 1-2 limes (depending on how citrusy you like it), Stevia, zest of 1 lime, and optional Tapioca until fluffy!
  4. Pour the avocado mixture on top of the crust.
  5. Chill in freezer for at least an hour.
  6. Take out, slice, then top with sliced limes and coconut flakes to prettify!

Enjoy and please, when you make this, be sure to upload to Instagram and #cheapcleaneats so I can see :)

<3 Cassey

  • Amaliya

    Is It okay if I don’t use dates? I’m allergic to dates and I was wondering if there might be anything to substitute the dates :)

    • Diana

      Hey amaliya, I dont know if it works, but you coud give it a try! Maybe raisins would work, or dried apricot? :)

  • Aimee

    What size pie pan/dish did you use? :)

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  • Mona

    wow this really looks good, will have to make this :)

    • Mona

      i did a tiny version of the pie today and it was delicious but a bit sour :) i used dried dates and just dipped them once in water, which really was enough. The filling i did without the flour and it sticked good together without it too, it was just a bit sour because i think i used a bit too much limes :) very yummy though!!!!

  • Ly

    i was kind of skeptical of it at first but when i first tasted it i was amazed. how can such simple ingredients taste so good together?! and super easy too! i don’t really care for normal key lime pie, but this vegan one? Hell yeah! :)

    • Ly

      oh! and instead of soaking the dates for one hour, i just soaked them for 5 mins in warm (kind of hot) water.

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  • Yodamom

    I made this for my family and everyone even my avocado hating daughter loved it. Simply beautiful with a bright green color and creamy texture. I used key limes, with the zest, the more lime taste the better for me. : D I tasted and added sweetener and lime zest/juice to our taste. It is the only way to cook. Thanks for the great easy recipe.

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  • aliva

    I made this before a workout, then left it in the freezer and after the workout I had an amazingly delicious pie that I topped wth strawberries and coconut powder… What a lovely Saturday! :) Thanks Cassey!

  • Melissa

    Wonderfully simple, tasty recipe! Its simplicity is an asset because you easily can, and should, tweak it to your liking. I was weary of too much avocado-y flavor as mentioned in the reviews, so I added a bit of plain yogurt and extra lime juice to taste. (Tofu or soy yogurt will work if you are vegan!) For the crust, since I’m not a fan of nuts, I used graham cracker crumbs mixed with a bit of honey… Delicious :D

  • Jess

    This was sooo good! I made a few substitutions (corn starch instead of tapioca flour and plain sugar instead of stevia — not a huge fan of artificial sweeteners) and added A LOT more lime juice. I am thrilled by the way it turned out and I’m excited to share it with my vegan friend!

    • Hyo

      stevia is not artificial… it’s natural i believe… its from stevia plant leaves. ;)