Making a healthy version of the famous New Orleans Cajun Chocolate peanut butter pie is tricky, but it can be done with some sugar and fat-free products. It's important to mix all of the ice cream, milk and peanut butter together very well so it blends smoothly. Once everything is molded together keep the dish in the fridge or freezer for about an hour and then it's ready to serve. Enjoy this slightly more healthy version of Cajun chocolate peanut butter pie with tips from a dietician in this free video.
Expert: Liz Beechler RD, LD
Filmmaker: Jeff Goodey
Series Description: When people think about southern cooking, they think of fried foods that aren't always very healthy. Liz Beechler is a New Orleans native that has a bunch of southern recipes that are not only healthier but just as delicious. From gumbo to crab cakes to chocolate peanut butter pie, she's developed several less-fat renditions of some classic dishes. Learn how to cook some excellent and healthy Cajun meals in this free video series about southern food recipes.