Blueberry Pie for One

I love dessert recipes that are delicious and semi-healthy at the same time. It’s like getting the best of both worlds! Having your carrots and eating your cake too (or something like that)!

This recipe for “blueberry pie” is so simple to make and takes just five minutes (or less) to prepare from start to finish. It only requires four ingredients (five if you prefer a sweeter flavor), so you can easily whip it up whenever the craving strikes. And, the best part (since I’m lazy sometimes), you can make it all in one mug, so clean up is a breeze. This recipe is Paleo-friendly and gluten-free.

blueberry pie for one

Ingredients:

  • 2 tbsp almond flour
  • 2 tsp coconut oil
  • 1/2 cup fresh blueberries
  • 1 (heaping) tbsp creamy almond butter
  • 1 tsp honey (optional)

Directions:

  1. Melt coconut oil in the microwave in a mug. Then, mix it with almond flour and flatten with a spoon to make the ”˜crust.’ (If you’d prefer a firm crust, place mug in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes to harden before moving onto the next step.)
  2. Add blueberries and almond butter (and honey if desired) to the mug and then microwave for 45 seconds.
  3. Remove mug from microwave and mix everything together with a spoon.
  4. Allow to cool slightly and enjoy!

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Makes 1 serving

Question of the Day

What is your favorite single serving dessert? 

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71 Comments

  1. This sounds amazing and so simple! It would be delicious drizzled with coconut butter at the end… this will have to be my evening dessert tonight!

  2. Oh my this sounds to die for. I love that this recipe is gluten free! I’ve never tried a single serve dessert before, but I’m definitely trying this, it’s perfect for a little evening snack.

  3. Do you think substituting different oils (olive oil) and flour (oat flour) would be Ok with this, because lemme tell you that looks awesome! 🙂

  4. Thanks for posting this recipe! It looks great and I’m a huge fan of cake in a cup/single serving recipes. I love Chocolate-Covered Katie’s chocolate cake recipe made with dark cocoa powder.

  5. Okay, so that sounds really delicious. When I’m done trying to do a low carb thing I will definitely try this out. Bookmarking the page!

  6. I need to pick up blueberries and almond flour ASAP! This looks awesome…I wonder if Costco carries almond flour? Awesome recipe and wouldn’t even mind trying this for breakfast too. Yum Yum!

  7. Just made this….holy WOW so much better than I would’ve imagined. Just subbed sunflower seed butter for the almond butter and honey. It was perfection.

  8. The best single-serving dessert has to be a cupcake, of course 🙂

    At home, I sometimes make a delicious dessert with plain greek yogurt, truvia, cocoa powder, chocolate chips, and coconut. It’s so good!

  9. Always have these ingredients on hand so wanted to make this last night but totally fell asleep. I think I need to have it for breakfast today!

  10. Ok, breakfast was made…and it was amazing! Def have to make sure I don’t make this daily. But I’d love to try this with the raspberries I have in my fridge too. 🙂 SO GOOD!

  11. I saw someone tweet about this and had to come find it (and catch up on the rest of your posts, as you’ve noticed) and wow, I cannot wait to try this. Brilliant with the crust on the bottom! YUM.

  12. I love semi-healthy desserts! Makes me feel less guilty when eating them. Great idea!

    Since I made those No-bake almond joy cookies, I actually have the ingredients for this now! Except for the blueberries… but I have strawberries I can try it with!

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