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  1. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    You have no idea how happy this post makes me. That your week had a bit of brightness, if only out of darkness (so to speak); that you are going to write, more, and even a novel (such brilliant news, because your writing captivates me always); and this pie. Such a pie! Definitely one for safe, snug blanket tents, or the equivalent thereof 🙂

  2. Sig

    I’d love to read a novel of yours if it contain your prose and mouth-watering recipes like these.

    I have bookmarked your brownies ones a while back and now this…..mmmmmmm avocado in it’s finest 🙂

  3. beti

    even though I’m not a vegetarian person I can say that I could eat it, it has a lovely color and the textures are really interesting

  4. Richa@HobbyandMore

    love the color of the pie. it looks gorgeous! stuff happens. like this pretty pie to cheer up the day.:)

  5. Lizzi

    This looks beautiful… so much up my alley it’s absurd (and a little bit invasive). Kind of like you 🙂
    [ps. i’m sorry i haven’t commented much/at all lately… i do read everything, and i hope you know i’m always thinking of you!]

  6. Christine (Merf)

    Despite the fact that I intend to make this for my family as soon as they finish their Valentine’s day cupcakes, and despite the fact that I just pinned it to Pinterest, I demand the video. And a novel. thank you.

  7. Johanna GGG

    after my recent choc banana avocado ice cream I am feeling less sure about these sort of avocado desserts but the glorious colour is enough to convince me it is worth trying

    so thank you for a wonderful green dessert and wonderful green photos – no wonder you always receive kind feedback when you are so generous yourself!

  8. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Aww what did you expect girl? You know we’ve got your back right?! 😉 But glad to hear that you are feeling better 🙂

  9. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    I am so glad you did post! We are all happy to help pick you up if you need it. 🙂

    This pie looks fabulous – I love the vibrant green color!

  10. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    Well you certainly come back swingin’ this looks incredible!

  11. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    So pretty! How can anyone not be cheered by that limey brightness? This is just the kind of recipe to help leave behind whatever winter woes are stalking you and start anew.

  12. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    I’m so glad you’re feeling better 🙂 And you don’ t need to worry! We’re not going anywhere ~ Thanks for introducing me to vegan desserts because before reading your blog I never knew what to make my vegan friends for dessert ~

  13. Emma

    Yummmmmmmmmmm. And i miss you.

  14. Emma

    Yeah, I echo what Lorraine said! If you think all of us aren’t going to have your back, then shame on…. someone:) I dunno who. We love you, girl!

    And wouldn’t you know it, I actually came to your site to look up that raw brownie recipe, cause I’m going to go make it right now?! Crazy town. How excited am I to try it out?? EGGGGGGCITED!! Well, egg-less-cited:P

  15. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Love this. I hope you have the confidence you need to now do what you dream, lovely. I would have no idea where to start, I guess it would just come when inspiration strikes!?? Which I imagine for you would be very often 🙂 You linked to my comment, how sweet. It’s all true, lovely. You’re great, just really, truly great.
    Heidi xo

  16. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    what a gorgeously vibrant colour!!! And delicious too, I bet 🙂

  17. theresa

    Aw, I nearly bought avocados at the market today, but decided they were too expensive. Now I rue that decision. Rue!

  18. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    SO PRETTY, green desserts are far too rare!

  19. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Oh, but of course you have our support! And thank you for sharing this lovely pie. Do adore a naturally green and tangy dessert!

  20. Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga

    This looks sooo good! I love key lime pie and love what you did with this…and the color…so pretty!

  21. Jenny @ Ichigo Shortcake

    Avocado dessert!! I loveee avocados, but I’ve never had it in a dessert yet…seen so many recipes floating around though! 😀 Must give this a try when I get back. 🙂

    Glad you’re feeling a bit better, and looking forward to that book contract! 😀

  22. msihua

    I love you!! SQUEEE and I’m so proud of your AWESOMENESS!!!!!!!!!!

    Your Angle babe

  23. Hannah

    That looks so creamy, rich, and refreshing all at once… Pretty perfect for this strangely warm winter we’re having, I’d say. I’ve just been craving avocados for whatever reason lately, so this is just the excuse I needed to buy another half dozen. 😉

  24. Eleanor@eatinglikeahorse

    I think you could write anything! yours is one of the few blogs on which the writing itself is always funny, interesting and entertaining… and when it’s about desserts as droolmakingly perfect-looking as this one, it’s even better!

  25. Catherine

    Gorgeous pie! I want to eat this! Will it ever happen? And as for your novel, I’m not the world’s greatest expert by any means but I’m ready to give you any tips I can think of, any time you’re ready to attack that page xxcat

  26. Nic@diningwithastud

    This pie would brighten up any day. I love it Hannah, its stunning!

  27. Tammy

    Oh goddess! I am so happy to see this and promise to try it out. Gorgeous Hannah.

  28. Bryan

    That pie looks like a pandan dessert in Singapore. Mmmm… :p

  29. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    Isn’t blog land a fantastic place! And do write Hannah, the only way to know is to try and we will all be here supporting you. 🙂

  30. hungryandfrozen

    Yes! Create! Creeeaaaaaatttte! (And one day novelists shall write blog posts about wanting to be Hannah-esque.)

    Also, thanks for being bold enough to post the previous post – I really struggle to put struggles into words, but the way you did had me nodding in a “I hear that” kinda way.

  31. Junia @ Mis Pensamientos

    i LOVE lemongrass tea. i drink it every day. it’s become my favorite. 🙂 and this raw keylime looks fabulous!!!! i admire your new ventures into the raw gluten free desserts!

  32. penny aka jeroxie

    looks nomz! I must attempt this one day… sooner than later

  33. Agnes

    Ahaaaaaaaaa… was that PS for me? 😉

  34. Pam

    The heat of summer is upon us, and I want to make this pie – it calls to me! 🙂 Is there any particular reason you used almonds instead of pumpkin seeds and also omitted the coconut oil? I’m new to raw, and am curious to know if its a recipe change for crust texture, or for taste, or both, or ??? Thanks.