In food processor, pour in almond flour, salt, and coconut oil. A couple tablespoons of low carb sweetener can be added if desired, but I usually leave it out.
In small bowl, soften gelatin in lukewarm water. Then whisk in hot water to dissolve gelatin completely.
Pour gelatin into food processor with other ingredients. Pulse all ingredients together until dough forms.
With hands, form dough into a ball and then flatten on a piece of parchment paper.
Cover top of dough disc with plastic wrap and then roll out into a pie crust circle to fit a 9 to 10 inch pie plate.
Bake at 350°F for 12-15 minutes or until lightly browned.
Heat coconut milk until hot, but not boiling. Meanwhile, beat egg yolks in a small bowl with fork until blended.
When coconut milk is hot, slowly add about ¼ cup to egg yolks, whisking quickly with the fork.
Pour yolk mixture slowly into hot coconut milk.
Reduce heat to low then sprinkle in low carb sweetener and xanthan gum.
Add baking chocolate and stir until melted. Remove from heat then stir in vanilla extract and salt.
Spoon into medium bowl and cover with plastic wrap to prevent a skin forming. Place in refrigerator for at least 4 hours.
Soften gelatin in lukewarm water. Whisk in hot water until gelatin is completely dissolved.
In chilled mixing bowl, whip the chilled coconut cream until fluffy. Slowly add the gelatin water, stevia and vanilla extract to the cream. Continue whipping until soft peaks form.
Spread chilled chocolate pie filling into crust.
Cover filling evenly with whipped coconut cream mixture.
A little xanthan gum goes a long way. Start with 1 teaspoon then gradually add more, up to 1 tablespoon, as needed to reach desired thickness.Nutritional data is based on using coconut cream and cutting pie into 10 even slices with each slice having about 6g net carbs. Carb count will be lower if using heavy cream.If you can't find unsweetened coconut cream, you can chill a can of coconut milk to separate the coconut cream from the liquid. The solid part of the chilled coconut milk is the cream that can be whipped. Or heavy cream can be used instead if dairy-free isn't needed.