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Diabetic Pie Crust Recipe

Diabetic Pie Crust - Recipes - Cooks.com

Diabetic Pie Crust - Recipes - Cooks.com

Using fork, blend butter, salt ... mixture into halves. Roll out on lightly floured board to fit pie pan. Bake at 450 degrees until lightly browned for prebaked crust. Ingredients: 5(flour .. salt .. whites ...) Crush crackers and add Equal. Add butter. Put in pie plates and pat down. Put ... hour to chill. Makes 2 (9 inch) pie crusts or 1 (9 x 13 inch) baking dish crust. Mix the above ingredients together and pour into the graham cracker crust. Chill and serve. Ingredients: 4(cream .. crust .. flavor .. yogurt) Mix all ingredients. Pour in pie plates. Bake at 325 degrees for 30 minutes or until brown. Makes 2 pies. Ingredients: 7(flour .. fructose .. milk .. vanilla ...) Finely crush cookies into crumbs ... of 9 inch pie pan. Chill. Whip cold cream ... evenly into pie crust. Combine milk and pudding ... lightly with nutmeg. Serves 6-8. Ingredients: 11(cheese .. cinnamon .. cookies .. cream .. milk ...) Mix pumpkin, cool whip and cinnamon together, pour into pie shell and freeze. Set out ... serving. Keep remaining pie frozen. Not just diabetics like this dessert. Ingredients: 4(cinnamon .. crust .. whip ...) Mix whipped topping and dry pudding and the can of pineapple, with juice, all together. Pour into pie shell and top with whipped topping if desired. Chill and serve. Ingredients: 4(crust .. dry .. juice ...) Bring cream cheese to room ... Spread into prepared crust and refrigerate for one hour. ... substitute any flavor Crystal Light to make a variety of cheesecakes. Ingredients: 7(cheese .. crust .. this. .. whip ...) Bring cream cheese to room ... Spread into prepared crust and refrigerate for one hour. ... like key lime pie, I think you will ... make a variety of cheesecakes. Ingredients: 5(cheese .. crust .. whip ...) Roll out one half of the pie crust; line b Continue reading >>

Sweet Potato Apple Pie With Spelt Crust, Sugar Free Option

Sweet Potato Apple Pie With Spelt Crust, Sugar Free Option

Sweet Potato Apple Pie with Spelt Crust, Sugar Free Option Apples and sweet potatoes are two of my all time favorite foods and did you know they make a good marriage too? I discovered that cooked apples and roasted sweet potato blend together to make a pie thats way better than pumpkin and so much easier to make if you want everything from scratch. This pie has body, natural sweetness and when baked in a whole grain spelt pie crust, its amazingly good. Spelt is an ancient grain thats got a lower glycemic count than regular wheat, is easier to digest and edible for many people who are gluten sensitive. I like it because it tastes good. Its nutty. I love pie and so do the people in my life, but we are all very mindful of our health and what we are eating. If Im not eating paleo (no grain at all), I like to find ways to cut sugar and eat as minimally processed as possible. You could make this pie with my regular pie dough recipe, but if youre here looking for some new ways to make old desserts, give the spelt flour a try. Ive been baking with spelt flour for some time, so Im used to it and how it performs. It absorbs more liquid than all purpose flourand I wanted to make sure the crust didnt get too tough. I replaced 1/4 of the butter with cream cheese, and the result is perfect. I throw that word perfect around a lot when it comes to pie crust, because its something I can make blindfolded. The good news here is that spelt dough is just as easy to work with and while it has a darker color which might be off putting, that color is what wheat should look like, so just know youre eating food with more nutritional benefits. The following picture is made with all purpose flour, accounting for the difference in color. I always stick with gala apples because they remain sweet an Continue reading >>

Raspberry Pie With Oat Crust Recipe

Raspberry Pie With Oat Crust Recipe

Raspberry Pie with Oat Crust Recipe photo by Taste of Home Read Reviews Be the first to add a review A diabetic for 30 years, I adapted this recipe to fit my needs. When I serve this pie, no one can believe it's sugarless. The oatmeal crust is so tender...and the filly is berry delicious! Ginny Arandas of Greensburg, Pennsylvania 1 package (.8 ounces) sugar-free cook-and-serve vanilla pudding mix 1 package (.3 ounce) sugar-free raspberry gelatin In a food processor, combine the flour, oats and salt. While processing, slowly drizzle in oil. Gradually add water until a ball forms. Roll out dough between two sheets of waxed paper. Remove top sheet of waxed paper; invert dough into a 9-in. pie plate. Remove remaining waxed paper. Trim and flute edges. Line unpricked pastry with a double thickness of heavy-duty foil. Bake at 450 for 8 minutes. Remove foil; bake 5-7 minutes longer or until golden brown. Cool on a wire rack. In a large saucepan, heat water over medium heat. Whisk in pudding mix. Cook and stir for 5 minutes or until thickened and bubbly. Whisk in gelatin until completely dissolved. Remove from the heat; cool slightly. Fold in raspberries. Spoon into crust. Chill for at least 3 hours or overnight. Yield: 8 servings. Originally published as Raspberry Pie with Oat Crust in Light & TastyApril/May 2002, p39 1 piece: 167 calories, 8g fat (1g saturated fat), 0 cholesterol, 238mg sodium, 22g carbohydrate (0 sugars, 5g fiber), 3g protein. Diabetic Exchanges: 1-1/2 fat, 1 starch, 1/2 fruit. 1 package (.8 ounces) sugar-free cook-and-serve vanilla pudding mix 1 package (.3 ounce) sugar-free raspberry gelatin In a food processor, combine the flour, oats and salt. While processing, slowly drizzle in oil. Gradually add water until a ball forms. Roll out dough between two she Continue reading >>

Pie Crust Help Please

Pie Crust Help Please

I thought a Zapple pie would go good with the Thanksgiving meal. I'm having a problem finding a low carb 2-crust pie crust recipe. What I've been finding is more for shells, and it is pressed into a pie shell (not rolled). I need something sturdy enough to roll out and cover the top of the pie. At the moment, I have Almond flour/meal and a bag of Swerve. So I'm getting there. Some recipes call for adding Coconut flour which I don't have yet. I haven't baked a 2 crust pie for 12 years, so I concentrate on either nut crumb or dessicated coconut crusts. It is hard to find a top crust you can roll out unless you might use one of Fathead Pizza recipes with mozzarella for the top crust maybe with a bit of sweetner....but don't quote me on that one Perhaps if you google low carb 2 crust pie you will find some interesting combinations, even if you don't like the type of pie, if they have a crust you can use it would be worth your time. Don't know what a zapple pie is unless it is with zucchini? You can always make a crumb topping for a pie instead of a crust. Lots of recipes for that on the low carb sites. Most of the LC nut crusts you have to press in. Since there is no gluten in the recioes Itmis impossible to roll it. I would suggest using a crumble topping made with nuts, butter, a little bit of oats and some brown sugar splenda. That is what I usually use. If you really have to have the traditional pie, I would make it using your normal recipe and just sub a Sugar free alternative instead of the sugar. It will still have csrbs from the flour but maybe you could have a smaller piece. I usually make an apple crisp at the holidays with no crust at all, just a Streusal topping. 115 pounds, Breast Cancer dx'd 6/16, 6 months of chemo and 6 weeks of radiation 2000 metformin ER, Continue reading >>

Diabetize My ... Flaky Pie Crust

Diabetize My ... Flaky Pie Crust

Reader Pat Johnson of Stratford, Wis., came to Forecast exasperated. After baking high-fat pie crusts for years, she was determined to find a diabetes-friendly version. "I have tried low-fat graham cracker crusts, but they got soggy under fruit pies and actually floated into the filling of the pumpkin pies," she says. I decided to create a diabetized pie crust to help Pat outand the result is every bit as flaky as the original, but without the harmful hydrogenated fat that's found in vegetable shortening. Since vegetable shortening gives dough flakiness, I had to cheat: I added oil and butter instead. Here are a few tips for creating a great dough, sans shortening: Keep it cold. Chill your ingredientsand even the utensilsto prevent the gluten (protein strands in wheat) from developing, which will make the crust tough. Handle it gently. Don't overwork the dough. Doing so will reduce its flakiness. Add liquid sparingly. Once the dough mixture is crumbly, add liquid gently and slowly. The dough should stick together, but it shouldn't be wet or sticky. Let it rest. Stop the crust from shrinking during baking by letting the dough sit before you bake. Before rolling the dough out, roll it into a ball, wrap it in plastic wrap, and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Click here to see the recipe for Diabetized Pie Crust. Continue reading >>

Low Carb Coconut Flour Pie Crust

Low Carb Coconut Flour Pie Crust

This Low Carb Coconut Flour Pie Crust is perfect for either sweet or savory pies! Its gluten free, grain free, low carb and perfect for those who have tree nut allergies and cant use almond flour. Have you struggled to find a healthy, nut free, low carb pie crust you can literally use for anything? Dont you wish there was just one type of pie crust that was fool proof and picky family approved? SEARCH NO FURTHER!! The Struggle is OVER! I bring you my low carb sweet or savory coconut flour pie crust! Its taken me plenty of time but its been worth it experimenting because I FINALLY can share this pie crust Ive been using for weeks from everything sweet to savory. My family never gets sick of it. Its perfectly flaky and delicious! Someone in your family doesnt like coconut? No worries because I have tested this with the worst coconut detector of all, my youngest child. You know the one with the tree nut allergy Im always making recipes for? Yep. Hes eaten this 3 times and still has no idea its made with coconut flour! Its taken me a long time to learn how to work with coconut flour. Ive had a love hate relationship with it forever. I think we are finally beloved friends! Although my youngest has a tree nut and peanut allergy, he also really hates the taste of coconut. Disguising it, hiding it, whatever I can do I do, but I must use it as I am so limited on making low carb recipes without it. I do also use sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and sesame, but the coconut flour color is the perfect one for a flaky pie crust. I have plenty of other pie crusts as well, not using coconut flour as the main ingredient: I do love those no bake crusts but still right now this pie crust is our favorite! When my Italian mother who is NOT low carb told me the crust and this Lemon Cream Pie Continue reading >>

Pie Crust Tips Sugar Free Blog & Bakery | The Diabetic Pastry Chef

Pie Crust Tips Sugar Free Blog & Bakery | The Diabetic Pastry Chef

Healthy Baking Tips , Pies , Tips for Diabetics Lots of pie crust recipes are availableat AllRecipes.com. Be sure to read the reviews before making your selection. Try adding a bit ofwhole wheat flour or oat flour to replace the white flour in pie crust recipes. You might start with substituting a few tablespoons or a quarter of a cup in single crust recipes, or a half cup of these floursin double-crust recipes. Continue to increase the amounts in futurebaking until you are satisfied with the results. Recipes containing canolaoilappear to be the most heart-healthy! My personal favorite pie crust contains white flour, half butter and half shortening. (Not the healthiest choice, so Im not including the recipe here.) I plan ondeveloping a blended flour pie crustrecipe that relies on oil in the near future. Ill be sure to share the results with you. Iroll my pie crusts out between two sheets of parchment paper or plastic wrap, then flip the crust into the pie pan;thenagain, atop the pie. Continue reading >>

Sugarless Pumpkin Pie Ii

Sugarless Pumpkin Pie Ii

We used a full 15-oz can of pumpkin and forgot that 6 packets of Splenda wasn't nearly enough... that only converts to 12 teaspoons of sugar = 1/4 cup of sugar. A regular pumpkin pie uses 3/4 c... I have made this pie two different times with good results but I must say I didn't follow this recipe exactly. This recipe is similar to the one on the back of a Libby's 15 oz can of pumpkin an... Wonderful! I originally created this pie for my diabetic grandmother but loved it so much I ate most of it myself! Baked in muffin pans without the pie crust it is a great snack...the hardest ... This pie has no bad or odd after taste at all. It tastes exactly like a normal pumpkin pie. Also very easy to make. Great recipe for diabetics hubby and mother-in-law who is an expert in cooking and baking. The only changes I made: I use 1 cup of splenda for baking sugar and fat-free evaporated milk plus 1... I made this pie for my dad for his last 2 birthdays and he loved them. I used Splenda this year. I can't even tell this is a sugarless pie. My inlaws are both diabetic, and my dad requires gluten-free so I used a gluten-free pie shell from Whole Foods. I hated to use just a cup of pumpkin and waste the rest of the can, so following ... this is really a good tasting diabetic pie, I fixed it for thanksgiving,and had some pumpkin left in the can,so decided to fix a differnt recipe,which left an after taste. From now on I will onl... I made two of these pies for Thanksgiving. Everyone loved them. You never would have guessed they were made without sugar! Continue reading >>

Keto Pie Crust Recipe | All Day I Dream About Food

Keto Pie Crust Recipe | All Day I Dream About Food

This is the only keto pie crust recipe you will ever need. An easy press-in low carb pie crust that is perfect for both sweet and savory recipes. Four simple ingredients makethis a hit. Nut-free and dairy-free options! Ive been looking forward to updating my easy keto pie crust recipe for a while now. But dont worry, I didnt change the recipe at all. I just added some pretty new photos and an instructional video so you can see for yourself just how delicious and simple this recipe really is! This really is a short and sweet little recipe. Its quick, its easy, and its delicious. Its also extremely versatile. You can fill it with all sorts of delicious fillings, from lemon to chocolate to strawberry rhubarb. You can pre-bake it for cold fillings or bake with the fillings inside. It can even be used in savory applications like quiche or vegetable tart. Really, the uses for this press-in almond flour crust are virtually endless. You are limited only by your imagination. Everyone needs a good pastry crust recipe and I like to flatter myself that this one is very good. But what I love about it is the simplicity. I do love the challenge of a roll out crust and I have a pretty decent low carb flaky pastry crust. But it definitely takes more work and when you have a hankering for pie, sometimes that effort presents an obstacle. So this one will appeal to everyone, from novice bakers to accomplished home cooks. And I made your life even easier by showing you how its done in this video! As you can see from the video, its an incredibly straightforward recipe. But in case you hadnt noticed, my MO when it comes to recipes is accessibility. That means giving you as many options as possible so that you can make my recipes work for your lifestyle. So here we go: This is an almond flour Continue reading >>

Diabetic Apple Pie Crust Recipe

Diabetic Apple Pie Crust Recipe

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Low-sugar Apple Pie

Low-sugar Apple Pie

This diabetic-friendly recipe is one of thousands of baked by 150 Boston-area restaurants taking part in Pie in the Sky , one of the biggest charity bake sales in the country. Proceeds from each pie benefits Community Servings , a local non-profit that delivers meals to the critically ill and homebound. Click here to read more about Pie in the Sky. Note: This recipe is for a low-sugar apple pie filling only. For a diabetic-friendly pie crust, try this recipe from the ADA . You will need to double the recipe, as it is only for a single 9-inch pie crust. Diabetic-Friendly Double Crust for a 9-inch pie, (See link above for a recipe from the ADA) 7 cup peeled, thinly sliced apples (about 3 to 4 lbs of a combination of McIntosh and Cortland or Empire Apples) Mix Splenda, cornstarch, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt in small bowl. Toss sliced apples with Splenda mixture, lemon zest and juice. Place bottom crust into 9-inch pie plate, leaving a -inch overhang. Pour apple mixture into crust and dot with butter pieces. Cover with top crust, tucking top edges around overhanging bottom edge to seal. Pinch edges together in decorative pattern. Cut 6 vents in top crust. Brush lightly with milk or cream for an even reddish-brown matte finish. Bake for 25 minutes at 400F. Lower oven to 350F and continue baking for 25 30 minutes or until filling is bubbling. Cool to room temperature. Continue reading >>

Free Diabetic Recipe: Easy As Pie Whole Wheat Pie Crust

Free Diabetic Recipe: Easy As Pie Whole Wheat Pie Crust

FREE DIABETIC RECIPE: Easy as Pie Whole Wheat Pie Crust Its perfectly fine if youre intimidated by making a pie crust from scratch. Fortunately, this simple recipe is a terrific way to help you overcome that fear. This recipe can also be quite appealing to veteran pie-makers looking to squeeze in a little extra health into their baked goods, since the crust is whole wheat and contains a scant amount of calories and fat. Calories: 92,Fat: 3 g,Saturated Fat: 2 g,Cholesterol: 8 mg,Sodium: 35 mg,Carbohydrate: 14 g,Fiber: 2 g,Sugars: 2 g, Protein: 2 g 1 1/2 cups whole wheat pastry flour, plus additional for dusting 3 tablespoons cold unsalted butter, cut into 1/2-inch cubes Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Whisk the flour, sugar, cinnamon, flaxseed meal, salt, and baking powder together in a medium bolw. Put the mixture in a food processor and add the lemon zest and butter. Pulse until the lemon zest and butter start to make the mix crumbly. Drizzle in the water as the dough pulses until it starts to pull away from the bowls side. Divide the dough in half and then shape each of the halves into a disk. Roll each disk out on a floured surface until they are around 1 inch thick. Wrap the disks in plastic wrap. Refrigerate 1 hour. When ready to use the dough. Remove the disks from the fridge and allow to stand for 10 minutes. Roll the disks out to 1/2-inch thickness and place into pie plate. If you want to add a little more texture and deeper flavor to the dough, you can add finely ground walnuts or pecans to the batter by sprinkling about 1 tablespoon over its center as you roll it out. FOR RECIPES LIKE THIS, CLICK HERE TO GET OUR FREE DIABETIC COOKBOOK. Continue reading >>

Oatmeal Pie Crust {easy Recipe For Cream Pies. Just 5 Ingredients!}

Oatmeal Pie Crust {easy Recipe For Cream Pies. Just 5 Ingredients!}

Tastes of Lizzy T is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. Any highlighted, clickable Amazon link you see is an affiliate link that we may earn advertising fees on. Tired of graham cracker crusts? This 5 ingredient, brown sugar, easy oatmeal pie crust makes the most delicious and unique base to creamy, no-bake pies. It tastes like an oatmeal cookie! Did you all have a great Thanksgiving Day yesterday? Get out those cozy pants. Im sure you need them after indulging in all of the wonderfulness called Thanksgiving. Im so thankful to be spending the weekend with family. 20 of us plus one dog under 1 roof for most of the weekend. Cousins playing. Memories being made. 4 generations. Thats something to be thankful for. And what better to do when you are with family? Eat. Although our Thanksgiving dessert table is filled with baked pies such as apple , pumpkin and cherry , I know many families love creamy, no-bake pies. Many times those pies have a graham cracker crust, but today Im kicking things up a bit and inviting you to try this easy oatmeal pie crust as a base for your cream pies. Its just 5 ingredients. The brown sugar gives a deep, rich flavor. Its easy. And the best part? It tastes like an oatmeal cookie. This oatmeal pie crust is a welcome change to traditional cream pies! Oatmeal Cookie Crust > Graham Cracker Crust brown sugar (I like to use dark brown sugar, just because it deepens the flavor. Light brown sugar works just as well!) cold butter, cut into cubes (Use real, 100% butter!) Throw all of these ingredients into a bowl and use a pastry cutter ( affiliate link ) to cut all of the ingredients together Continue reading >>

How To Make A Low Carb Pie Crust

How To Make A Low Carb Pie Crust

Following a low carb lifestyle gets easier when we learn how to make a How to Make a Low Carb Pie Crust I serve pie for dessert as a delicious way to top off a great meal. We like to eat pies because they are a nice way to celebrate a good bounty of fruit. We also use vegetables in pies as they also tasty when prepared as a pot pie. The average pie crust that we eat has over 80 carbs in it. Pie crust carbs come primarily from the wheat flour that is used in the recipe. We use an alternative to wheat flour instead. A substitute to wheat flour is another form of flour known as Carbalose Flour. Carbalose flour Because Carbolose is made mostly from wheat, it can be used as a wheat flour substitute. However, it lacks most non-fiber carbohydrates. Using a wheat flour alternative can work in recipes such as this one. My recipe calls for for the wheat flour alternative that is low carb. Carbalose can be used in this recipe because it contains 80% less carbs than regular flour. Carbalose is the main ingredient in Carbquick, the low carb baking mix that is used in this recipe. Continue reading >>

Sugar-free Graham Cracker Pie Crust

Sugar-free Graham Cracker Pie Crust

In a mixing bowl, combine the margarine and graham cracker crumbs with a wooden spoon. Press the crumbs firmly over bottom and up sides of a pie plate. This recipe does not contain any added sugar, but it will contain sugar if the graham crackers you buy contain sugar. Read labels and watch out for hidden sweeteners, if that's important to you. To make graham cracker crumbs, put the graham crackers in a plastic food storage bag, seal the bag, and use a rolling pin to crush the crackers until the crumbs are fine. You may also opt to put the crackers in a food processor and pulse until finely ground. It takes about 14 graham cracker squares to make 1 cup of fine graham cracker crumbs. This recipe calls for baking the pie crust, which is the best option if you are making a no-bake pie. For pies such as cheesecakes or key lime pies, you may want to skip baking the crust before, and simply chill it in the refrigerator or freezer before using. Looking for more ideas? Try these other graham cracker pie crust variations. Peanut Butter Graham Cracker Crust Recipe :Smooth or crunchy peanut butter takes the place of melted butter and is worked into the graham cracker crumbs along with sugar and a little water. This is a no-bake crust that is great with a chocolate cream filling. Vegan Graham Cracker Crust Recipe :This vegan version is made with a melted vegan butter substitute, graham crackers, and sugar. Dairy-Free Graham Cracker Crust Recipe :For those who can't tolerate butter, this crust is made with oil, agave nectar or maple syrup and dairy-free graham cracker crumbs. Continue reading >>

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