Healthy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Hey guys!

Here’s the pumpkin pie recipe I promised you! This turned out SOOOOOO yummy! In the video, my good friend Davey Wavey joins us for a fun baking sesh and dance party. Please don’t judge the song choice. It was Davey’s idea.

Here’s what you’ll need!


2 cups canned pumpkin, 180 cals, $1.90

1/4 cup agave, 240 cals, $2.09

4 egg whites, 80 cals, $0.60

1/4 tsp sea salt, 0 cals, $0.01

1 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 0 cals, $0.01

1/2 tsp ground ginger, 0 cals, $0.10

1/4 tsp ground cloves, 0 cals, $0.69

1 1/2 cups almond milk (1 if you don’t want it to be runny), 60 cals, $0.84


1 cup ground almonds, 540 cals, $1.28

3/4 cup whole wheat flour, 330 cals, $0.28

3/8 cup coconut oil, 780 cals, $0.93

10 drops of liquid stevia, 0 cals, $0.04

1/4 tsp sea salt, 0 cals, $0.01

1/4 tsp vanilla extract, 0 cals, $0.26

TOTAL: 221 cals a slice, $0.98/serving

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pumpkin pie


1. Mix all of the crust ingredients together. Make sure the coconut oil is melted before you add it in.

2. Spread and flatten it into a pie pan.

3. Mix all of the filling ingredients together. Make sure you melt the coconut oil first before you add it in as well. If it is chunky, you may want to try mixing it in a blender.

4. Bake at 350F for about 45 min until the top is a nice, rich, orange color!

5. Chill for at least 30 min to help the pie stiffen.

6. Cut and enjoy!!


I know in the video I said that this was possibly the first time on Cheap Clean Eats that one of the recipes has turned into a disaster, but actually….it was really really really good. I mean. It tasted legit. Like better than legit.

I just didn’t know that it should have been chilled before we cut it! Either way though, I kinda now am loving hot, pudding-like pumpkin pie 🙂 The best part is the crust which tasted crumbly and a bit salty – it was perfection paired with the gooey sweetness of the pumpkin. Please make this recipe for your family this Thanksgiving! They won’t even know the difference!

The pie was lovely but you could probably sub that with Stevia and an overripe banana to really cut down the calories. If anyone tries this please let me know!

If you make this recipe please hashtag #cheapcleaneats on Instagram so I can see your pie!


I want to start up #AskCassey again for a new series! Can you guys leave comments below on some of your BURNING questions? The juicier the better. If I pick you I will feature you and your comment…so try to leave your name and be sure to upload a profile pic!



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  1. Rose Martine says:

    This recipe looks awesome!!! Since I don’t use grain flour, do you think almond or coconut flour would work well as a substitute? Thanks!

  2. Marina says:

    Guys I made this recipe and it is probably the best recipe out if the one that I tried out which worked out the most. It is delicious, the consistency of it is just right and although I have never hadd pumpkin pie before this would definitely be my go to recipe. Please try it out, it is cinnamon heaven and know one want s to miss out on it. Cassey well done on making this and putting it online

  3. Cynthia says:

    This is yummy ate 3 slices couldn’t stop

  4. AJ says:

    Try this without the crust. Can make as a custard with lots less calories. YUM – more room for whipped cream !!!

  5. Erin says:

    I made this for my family this Thanksgiving, and everyone loved it! My mom said it was the best pumpkin pie she’s ever had 🙂

  6. Annabelle says:

    This was sooooo delicious! I only used 1/8th of a cup of coconut oil and added 1/4 cup of almond milk for the crust and also only used 1/8th of a cup of agave in the filling and it was a hit 🙂 Everybody loves it and it is sooooooo yummmyyyy! Thank you Cassy! LOVE your blog + recipes + workouts + motivation + you!!

    1. Katja says:

      My family loved this pie! I used walnuts in the crust b/c I didn’t have almonds and puréed Hubbard squash instead of pumpkin. Delicious!

  7. andrea says:

    is it normal that as i leaned down a little bit even with the yoga mat some parts of my body hurt when i do pilates because mi bones hurt like from the friction with the floor/mat realy need to know cause i have stopped doing some things because of the pain

  8. Candace says:

    I made this yesterday to bring to a Thanksgiving potluck dinner. It was devoured, and nobody complained that it tasted “healthy” 😀
    The only thing I would change for next time would be less cinnamon, it was a bit much. I might even try 1/2 tsp cinnamon and 1/2 tsp pumpkin spice. Thanks for the recipe though!

  9. I really like it when folks get together and share opinions.
    Great blog, continue the good work!

  10. Alyssa says:

    I have a problem with eating vegetables and seafood. I don’t know what it is, but I just can’t seem to want to eat them. How do I change my mindset? I know I have to eat veggies, but they just don’t seem appetizing. I’m learning to try new foods, but I still need some help! Thanks 🙂

    1. Alex says:

      I used to hate bell peppers, cucumbers, and tomatoes. I forced myself to eat them disguised in sandwiches or salads so that I didn’t taste it so much…you could try that.

  11. Cailyn says:

    How old are you?

  12. Cailyn says:

    How tall are you?

  13. Maja says:

    Hi Cassey ^^
    I was wondering.. could you make a Pop HIIT, but without any wieghts or anything, except for your own body weight? It would be awesome 😀

  14. Joy says:

    How does one get rid of cellulite completely?

  15. George Godin says:

    Looks really delicious and healthy. I would love to try this. Thank you so much for this recipe. After my workout, I think I will just eat this one.

  16. Vanessa says:

    Favorite shoes for working out? Also, do you do any other exercises regularly besides pilates: running, HIIT, etc? I’d love to hear what else you incorporate into your fitness routine.

  17. jessica says:

    Hey Cassey! My question is asking you to walk us through a day in your life- What do you do right after you wake up? What time of day do you work out? What times do you eat?

  18. s6milerun says:

    Okay, so my comment will come as off-topic and likely grab some flack, however, I have to say that today (11-10-13), I watched the ‘Cheap Clean Eats’ vid on pumpkin pie. I was really looking forward to the video, until I was saddened by watching it. The ingredients flashed before my eyes so quickly that I couldn’t follow along, Dave was letting the ingredients fly and not really helping, and then the “diarrhea” comment just disgusted me. I mean I put my kitchen ingredients away after that gross comment, because that pie looked nasty. I’m not gonna lie. The one recipe I was really looking forward to making was discouraging, overwhelming and intimidating. I couldn’t follow along, and I worry about the future of these videos, when most of it amounts to a dessert.

    1. hey I totally recommend Chocolate Covered Katie’s pumpkin pie, here is the link:
      OH my gosh it is so good. i made it twice. So, so good. Here are the changes I made though:
      double the spices
      whole wheat flour
      1/3 cup brown sugar total
      1 cup unsweeetened almond milk (omit coconut oil)
      vanilla down to only 1 tsp
      1 tbsp flax seed meal instead of ener-g egg.
      MAKE IT! it is sooooooo good. really tastes like pumpkin pie, but creamier!

      1. s6milerun says:

        Thank you very much!!! 🙂

  19. Josie says:

    Hi Cassey!

    First of all, I would like to say a huge thank you for providing amazing workout videos and creating all these calendars, meal plans etc. It’s really nice knowing that you are rooting for people to become fit and healthy. You, and all the POPsters, provide such incredible support!

    Q – What do you recommend when we miss a workout day?

    I’ve only recently become a POPster (I did the beginners calendar through September and then moved on to ABtoberfest and now NovemBURN) and I find that at least once a month I will end up missing a workout day. For the 3 times this has happened so far, I have just doubled up the missed day with another. Do you think this is the right idea or should I be replacing my rest day with the day I missed or just skipping it altogether? It would be really great to hear your thoughts on this.

    Q – More of a request but, could you please make the app available for iPad?

    I don’t have an iPhone/Android phone but regularly use my iPad to watch the blogilates videos on YouTube. I know you can still download the iPhone version onto an iPad but it appears at a much smaller screen size and so I do not use it.

    Thank you.

  20. Ify says:

    I asked this on twitter but what do you think of vegan/raw veganism, especially high carb raw vegans, and people such as freelea the banana girl and Durian Rider who eat 3000+ calories everyday, or eat 30-50 bananas a day. I’ve noticed that a lot of HCRVs are pretty skinny and experience pretty dramatic weightloss, but do you think its mostly water, muscle, body fat, or a combo? Do you think it is somethng that would make most people lean because of the science behind it? Have you ever considered becoming one?

  21. Connie says:

    I have 2 questions for Ask Cassey, and I would love it if you could answer some~ thank you so much for all you do! 🙂

    First, some people say you shouldn’t eat 2 hours before you sleep and others say that before you sleep is the best time to eat, and I just can’t come to a conclusion. Do you eat right before you sleep?

    Also, as I believe some others have asked, how much cardio should I do every week, and for how long? Will your POP Cardio videos work, or should I go out and do something else (running, biking, etc)

    If you could answer either one of these I will be sincerely grateful since I just have no clue. thanks again! Can’t wait for december 1 to start the 12 week meal plan, hooray!

    1. I eat 1/2 hour before i go to bed or else i wake up in the middle of the night hungry! i eat something with lotsa protein, such as greek yogurt or pb!

    2. Celladan says:

      In regards to cardio, if you are looking for online videos as an alternate to Cassey’s then I recommend Fitness Blender. They have long and short cardio videos, a mix of cardio and toning blends, and tons of other options. They have cardio vids that are much longer than what Cassey has and they will really make you sweat. I still love Cassey, but since I don’t have a lot of time for extra cardio and not a lot of options for various cardio activity, I mix Fitness Blender and Cassey to create fantastic, comprehensive, super sweaty workouts. 🙂
      I hope this helps!

  22. Manon says:

    I Cassey ! In case you’re reading this I want to tell you THANK YOU for changing my life, I’m goign through a hard time in my life and without your support I can’t even imagine how I would feel..whatever !
    I’ve 2 questions for you ! 🙂
    First, I can’t eat before 8:00p.m and I go to bed around 09:30p.m so I generally have 30minutes to digest my meal and then I go to sleep so is it important to eat 2hours before bed or is it pk not to do it ?
    Then, I absolutely LOOOVE fruits and I’d like to know if It’s okay to eat a fruit at dinner before going to bed ? Some people say fruits you’re eating at night are transformed as fat because you aren’t using the sugar from the fruit !
    Why people say to drink a glass of hot water with lemon juice when you Wake up ? I’ve heard it could damage some of your body’s organs…
    And then, a more “personnal” question…I absolutely DON’T know what to do with my life what job to do etc. I have NO passion ,I like make up, beauty, fashion, fitness, health, helping others to feel great about themselves and learn them to love their bodies but I don’t know any jobs with all of that stuff haha ! x) I don’t want to have a job that I don’t like…

    I’m really about this serie ! Love you to the moon and back <3


    1. Manon says:

      Apparently I had more than two questions haha ! x)

  23. Pam says:

    Here’s an Ask Cassey question:
    What do you think about caffeine? (I’m referring to naturally occurring caffeine in coffee and tea, not soft drinks.) Can it really help people lose weight? Is it okay in moderation or is it unhealthy?

  24. Giulia says:

    Hey Cassie!!! Mine is not a question, it’s kind of a request! Can you do a workout for breast, in order to keep it toned and to get bigger boobs?????
    I have lost weight and I look a little bit flatter 🙁
    Looking forward to start the new meal plan! 🙂

    1. Alexis says:

      She already did a video on it. Look up “Ask Cassey: Workouts to make my boobs bigger”

  25. Amanda says:

    Ooo I always have so many questions and now I can’t think of any.

    Can I split the workouts on the calendar up and still see good results? By that I mean, because I don’t have much time, sometimes I’ll do a few videos in the morning and some in the afternoon, instead of all in one go.

    How much cardio should I do a week in addition to the calendar videos? Would every second day be good? Or should it be every day?

    Do you have any tips for not over-eating? I find it hard to merely distract myself.

    Sometimes doing some moves (especially when it involves the legs) I feel really weak – it’s not pain from overexerting the muscle – but weakness, and it seems impossible to overcome. Will this improve so long as I just persevere? Is there anything I can do to make it better more quickly? Extra exercises, stretches, running etc?

    What’s your daily routine, exercise-wise?

  26. Ellen Lillqvist says:

    Hi! How often do you recomende to do cardio per week if you want to see quick results? Is two times a week to little?

  27. Cassey!!
    It’s been one full year since I’ve been working out to your YouTube videos. I just love them and love your bubbly personality!
    I’m dying to know if you have a significant other?
    If it is hard for you to work out on your period?
    What you do when you really do not want to workout? Do it anyways or do something else productive instead?
    Do you see yourself doing this career 20, 30, 40+ years from now since it is so physical? In other words, what will you fall back on (career wise) if you happen to hurt your body?
    What religion/spirituality do you identify yourself with?
    What message do you think it sends to teenage girls who follow you when you associate yourself with Davey Wavey? Whenever I went to his YouTube channel I saw nothing but profanity in sexuality; do you think this affects what people may think you support?
    Much love and please don’t get offended by my questions. I am not a judging person. While I may not support gay-rights, I do think people should be accountable for their actions and his actions send the wrong message for a blog that is about positivity, love, and support! Answer the ones you want or none at all. Hope these questions gave you great ideas. XOXOXO from Florida

    1. she did do an Ask cassey on how to work out on your period. look it up on youtube love!

  28. Hana says:

    Hey Cassey, love your videos!

    I just wanted to ask a few questions(obviously) haha, like:

    1) Will the 12 week challange be free, including the meal plan notebook? Is that printable?

    2) will you ever be making a low carb meal plan? I know you said that carbs are what give you the energy to work out, but I eat way too much where it gets stored into fat. If that’s never really crossed your mind, can you PLEASE make one?(: with a vegetarian version as well haha.

    3) What would you recommend: doing strength training for someone who wants to LOSE around 30 lbs or just pure cardio? A lot of people tell me one or the other so I would really like to know your opinion(:


    1. I would do both strength training and cardio because the more muscle you have the more calories you burn. I’m not really sure how that works but Cassey has said it a lot before.

  29. Krysti says:

    Thanks for the recipe, Cassey! It was delicious 😀


  30. Alina Maria says:

    You said we could sub an overripe banana and stevia to cut down on cals but you didn’t say for what are we supposed to substitute? For the agave?

  31. Mar says:

    Hi Cassey! and hello fellow POPsters 🙂

    My #AskCassey question: Should I be worried about a layer of fat, staying in between the muscle ? You know how people say that you should first lose the fat, and then workout, I don’t think it’s like that, I know that when you grow muscle, that muscle burns more fat. But is it a possibility to be a little… bulky is not the word… but not end as lean as we could ? I have a lot of fat to lose, and when I workout my abs in your videos (which I LOVE by the way) I feel like part of that fat is going to get stuck there.

    I’m sorry if this question is confusing 🙂 Another thing, I couldn’t find where to put my profile pic. Oh ! last question, in 100 Day, the criss crosses…reaching to one leg is considered as 1 criss cross or reaching for both legs is considered as 1?

    Thank you in advance, and if you ever come to Argentina, let me know!
    Lots of love from this part of the world 🙂


    1. Ash says:

      Nope, don’t worry about it. You won’t get fat “stuck” anywhere from working out. You’ll burn calories and build muscle and lose fat over time. 🙂 It definitely does not get stuck in your muscles or between your muscles.

  32. Hafsa says:

    Questions for Ask Cassey!
    -My neck hurts if I do some kind of sit-up and I don’t put my hand behind my neck, how do I fix this?
    – Do I have to stretch after every workout? ‘Cause I ehmm…cheat a lot with that….

    I’d love it if you could answer these questions:P And thx for the vid girl <3

  33. Aura says:

    Hi Cassey! I already asked this on FB but figured out you would see it more easily here =)

    My #AskCassey question is: Was it always your dream to become a fitness pilates instructor? I know you started doing pilates in college and that it was after you quitted a shitty job that you followed that path, but I wonder if before that you had other aspirations or if this had always been your dream =) Thank you!! And thanks for everything you do!


    1. Aura says:

      I don’t even know if you’ll choose to answer my question, but I have no clue on how to add a profile pic here :S

  34. Mariana says:

    I love blogilates so much and youre a really good role model!
    I really want to do the 12 weeks meal plan but i have cronic gastritis and my breakfast has to parts, when i wake i have to drink water and eat some fruit or yogurt, and then like 30 minutes later i have to eat my carbs, like oatmeal or bread with honey or chiken, can i still do the meal plan although i have to eat this for breakfast?

  35. KatrinaG says:

    Being Canadian, our Thanksgiving was last month, but there may be an opportunity in the next few weeks and I’ll be curious to try it!

    #BurningQuestion – Proper Roll Ups remain elusive for me, which is frustrating. I can only get to the top by “kipping” my hips a bit, which I know is not ideal technique. Are there modifications I can use to train myself up to that level (i.e. do I only go up as far as I can and strive for more each time? Can I bend my knees?) This is frustrating because my planks are coming along nicely and I am seeing progress in other core exercises.

    Thanks! (And thanks to anyone else who knows the answer to this and can chip in!)

  36. jasmin says:

    im confused, if ure supose to eat (about) every 3rd hour five times a day but still avoid to eat in the evening (bcoz ur body doesnt need calories at night coz u dnt burn them while sleeping).
    when should u stop eating? 2 hours b4 going to sleep or??
    and how cn i eat 5 times a day without eating the last meals really late, bcoz of school, hobbies n workouts?
    and i also wonder if anyone has any quick, easy n nutritious (lunch) recepies that are easy to pack with u? every idea is good im so bored at mine :))

  37. Sandra says:

    This new version of cheap clean eats, seems a little bit confused that the others versions. Maybe I gotta get used to see this new version more, but it would great if you separeted the nutritions facts of the super cute edition and put it on a side to see exactly how many calories do the recipe has.
    Just like a feedback.

  38. Katie says:

    Hey Cassey! First off, lots of love to you! You’re one of my role models 🙂
    I had a couple questions if it’s okay!
    1) How can I gain muscle while eating on a calorie deficit? Or do I need to eat more, less, just how can I keep gaining muscle but losing fat?
    2) What would I do if I was stuck on a plateau for a few months and I’ve already tried changing up my routine and working out more?
    3) Is it possible to work out too much? I’m pretty young, at 14, and I have a fair bit of weight I want to lose, but I’m worried about hurting myself because I’m younger, or would being a teen be more beneficial?
    Thanks so much! Love, Katie 🙂

  39. It’s absolutely mouth-watering :))

  40. Sara says:

    Hey Cassey….I LOVE and adore you a lot…you are my role model…..I am soo dying to meet you..M soooo excited “ask cassey” is back…I have sooo many questions for you….Okay here goes:
    1.I have terrible balance and flexibility…I know I need to stretch more to improve my flexibility but what about my balance???I fall a lot due to my terrible balance 🙁
    2.Also is there a way to increase your metabolic rate??
    Thanks and much love

    1. Sophia says:

      If you want to increase your metabolic rate, build muscle. Not only does it make you burn more calories, but you look a look more lean. 🙂

      1. Sara says:

        Thanks so much! I do pilates everyday so I am hoping to gain some muscle soon!!

        1. Sara says:

          OK I have one more burning question!!Yesterday I was at a park and I was being crazy as usual…I was sitting on a kiddie ride and lost balance and fell down pretty bad and I hurt my lower back and sprained my ankle, along with some bruises on my arms…I hated missing on my workout yesterday and m dying to workout today!!Can cassey or any other popster suggest the workouts I could do today!!I am thinking on working on my arms!!!Thanks and much love!! 🙂

  41. Mickis says:

    I asked this on twitter too but post it here as well, maybe some popster reads it and can help.
    I would like to know how to properly suck your belly button in? As I understand it there’s two ways of doing it, one that just makes you weaker (like emptying yourself of air…maybe) and one that makes your abs stay strong, and I don’t really know the difference so I’m afraid I’m not doing it right, and now I suspect I have protruding abs (unless it’s just my organs pushing my lower belly out). I just find this really confusing and would like a better explanation or maybe even a demonstration?

    1. Sophia says:

      YES! I was just about to ask this but I decided to read everyone’s comments first. I’d really love to know about this. When you play wind instruments or sing, you’re always told to allow your stomach to expand when you inhale because it maximises the amount of air you can inhale. So I’m confused about how we’re meant to suck our stomachs in. I don’t think I’m doing it right :/

      1. Emily says:

        I really want an answer to this as well! I’m so scared that I’m going to accidentally develop protruding abs.

  42. Sarah says:

    Hee Cassey!
    First of all, I reallyyyyy love your videos!
    I’ve a short question, I have really difficulties with controlling my eating. I just can’t stop! I know that I had enough, but I just can’t stop eating, I eat just to much! And afterwards I still feel fat and I just don’t lose any weight.
    So how can I control my overeating?

    xx from Holland!!

  43. Renee says:

    My boyfriend and I are actually having our families at our new home for the first time this Thanksgiving… I may just have to whip this recipe up without any of them knowing that they are eating a healthier version of pumpkin pie 😉 Thanks Cassey!

  44. Why is the agave 750 calories? I didn’t know it was that much …

    1. Nicole says:

      Yeah that calculation seems very off. Agave is 60cal per tbsp, and there are 4 tbsp in 1/4 cup, so it should only be about 240cal

      1. blogilates says:

        I just changed it! Thanks.

  45. Katie says:

    Lol its too bad that this video didnt get posted sooner because a couple days ago my boyfriend and I made a pumpkin pie :p but I’ll definitely try this recipe sometime soon over the holidays it looks really tasty :).. as for askcassey I was wondering if you could talk more about different types of protein powders and which one’s best, I wanna try but whenever I go to the shop I never know what to buy since there’s so many.. and maybe if you know about certain brands of healthy foods which foods claim to be healthy but aren’t really that good for you and which ones are actually healthy. Thanks Cassey!

  46. candise says:

    I’ve tried to eat meals every 3 hours or so to keep my metbalism up but to be honest I wake up too late to eat every 3 hours. So what time do you typically start and end your day? Also, is there a certain time you stop eating because I have heard to not eat after 8pm because it is not good.

    1. Mickis says:

      I also wake up too late sometimes, so here’s what my days usually look like:
      I have breakfast around 11 or 12 which makes my lunch pretty late, if I had breakfast at 11am I can eat my lunch around 2pm, I then have a snack around 5pm and try to make dinner around 7.30 pm. Since I (and you) sleep so long in the morning, I suppose we can stay up a little longer in the evening, right? So if I’m hungry I take another snack around 10pm.
      I think it’s okay if it’s not exactly 3 hours in between every meal, Cassey wrote somewhere to eat ever 2-3 hours so that’s why I sometimes don’t wait the whole 3h. Also about not eating after 8pm is more for people who go to bed at a reasonable time. I read on someones post in the blogilates app that you shouldn’t eat 2 hours before you go to bed. so if you don’t go to sleep until midnight, it’s probably okay to eat something after 8 pm 🙂
      Hope this helped you out a little 🙂

      1. candise says:

        thxs :))))))

  47. Chelsea says:

    A lot of your Cheap Clean Eats recipes use nuts or almond milk, and I am allergic to both! Obviously you can substitute soy milk or non-fat milk for the almond milk, but what can I substitute for pecans and other nuts?

    1. Zuzanna says:

      Hey, you can make the crust with whole grain/oat/high fiber cookies, or rolled oats blended with tablespoon of flour of choice and some banana and dates.
      It turns out good, when well pressed to the pie pan.
      If you want some healthy fats- try seeds- chia seeds, flax seeds etc.
      milk- as you said soy or regular cow but 0,5 fat. (0 fat cow milk has no sens- all of vitamins and minerals cant be absorbed by your body without even a little fat)
      Hope it helps:)

  48. Nicole says:

    Hey Cassey! That actually looks pretty tasty, though I already have my standby healthy pumpkin pie recipe 🙂
    My question is this (I also asked you this on twitter haha): What advice do you have for girls (and guys) trying to recover from overexercising, or eating disorders in general? Have you ever had any experience with dealing with people with EDs? I’m currently struggling to overcome anorexia athletica (or orthorexia, or compulsive exercise, or whatever people call it now) and was wondering if you had any advice for me and all of the other lovely people struggling through these awful issues 🙁

    1. Kingsley says:

      I know exactly how you feel :/ I have been struggling with anorexia nervosa/athletica for the past two years, and have just recovered my weight after a really dangerous drop. The thoughts are always there though, and have been getting stronger these last few months. I ram incredibly afraid of my weight plummeting again if these thoughts take complete control.
      Does anyone, especially you, Cassey, have advice pertaining to eating disorders?
      I wish you the best of luck, Nicole! Stay strong, you can get through this 🙂

      1. Tarrie says:

        For both of you girls, I totally know where you’re coming from! I used to be anorexic (both food and exercise wise) and then I was bulimic. Don’t give up! You can totally kick this thing out!! If you ever want someone to talk to:

      2. Libby says:

        What has always helped me has been working with a nutritionist and having a meal plan, logging food and exercise, and most importantly, BEING HONEST. If you are honest with yourself about your feelings, your eating, your exercising, etc. it can be easier to notice patterns — like for me it is stress. When my stress levels are high, my eating gets bad, my depression worsens substantially, and my body image goes in the tank. So I have developed the “noticing” — after all, I cannot avoid stress, and sometimes I can’t keep it at the low level all the time, due to family commitments, etc.
        I do like online groups better than in real life support groups for recovery, because just *seeing* thin women can be too much of a trigger for me when times are really bad. I think you can click on my name for my email, but it is L often (take out the space) at gmail dot com
        Blessings to you, and stay strong. 🙂

  49. Trixie says:

    What kind of agave is it that has so many cals? Mine would be 240 for 1/4 cup (60 cals per tbsp).

  50. Karol says:

    Oh, yes!! I absolutely love the AskCassey!! I don’t have any questions right now, but if I think of anything good I’ll let you know :). Thank you for everything you do!

  51. Emily yap says:

    Hey Cassey! Omg let me just say that pumpkin pie looks absolutely delish and you should def invite people to do CCE with you! You guys were so cute!
    I think you should like do a Draw My Life video. I’m sure all the POPsters would love to know more about you. To me you’re not just a trainer but definitely an inspiration and a friend 🙂 and know that we are always here for you no matter what 😉 RELATIONSHIP STATUS GIRL
    Oh and you should definitely have more meetups! Come to Asia! We need some love too!!

    1. Katie says:

      ^^agreed, I’d love to see the Draw My Life video!

  52. Aya says:

    Hey Cassey!
    I am in love with you videos and your blog!
    Thank you for your recipe! I can’t wait to make the pie!!!
    But I had a questions or a request…
    Is it possible to put the weight of the ingredient so it would be easier?
    Because I will probably make it with real pumpkin and I don’t have measurement cups…..

    Thank you in advance!

    Love you

    Aya from Belgium