I made this yesterday from one of my favorite blogs: Chocolate Covered Katie. Here is the complete recipe: The Ultimate Chocolate Fudge Pie. It fit all my criteria for a Saturday evening dessert: gluten-free, dairy free, low-sugar, low-calorie, quick, zap it in the food processor & no-bake. Wow! We both loved it. A long, long time ago Scott used to make tofu cheesecake for potlucks with his dive-buddies and he wouldn’t tell anyone what was in it until it was all gone. I don’t eat soy very often but when I do, this will be at the top of my list!
The Farmer’s Almanac says that Pumpkin carving began with the Irish tradition of carving turnips. They would put candles in them and place them in windows to scare the ghosts away on the Hallowed Evening. When they moved to the US, they discovered the more plentiful, easier to carve pumpkin and the rest is history.