Sugarless Pumpkin Pie

Sugarless Pumpkin Pie

Rating:

(10 votes) 4 10

This pie recipe couldn't be easier and ensures that everyone will be able to have a slice of pie at Thanksgiving – even the sugar-free eaters.

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Time needed

7 min preparation + 6 min cooking

Serving Size / Yield

6 servings

Ingredients

  • 1 9-inch baked pie shell
  • 2 small boxes sugar-free instant vanilla pudding
  • 2 C. milk
  • 2 C. plain canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie mixture)
  • 1/4 tsp. nutmeg
  • 1/4 tsp. ginger
  • 1/2 tsp. cinnamon

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Directions

Blend all ingredients in blender until smooth. Pour into baked pie shell and chill until ready to use.

Reviews (7)

  • This is also tasty with out the crust as a puddling!

    Flag as inappropriate maciccu  |  October 22, 2008

  • To count carbs, read the labels for all of the ingredients and add up all of the grams of carbohydrate. Then divide the total by the number of servings that you make out of the pie. Note to people with diabetes, even though this does not contain "sugar", there is carbohydrate ( sugar or starch) in the crust, the pumpkin, the milk, and the pudding mix. This is not a "free food " for people with diabetes.
    Canned pumpkin is already "cooked". This is tasty also wi

    Flag as inappropriate maciccu  |  October 22, 2008

  • Obviously the pumpkin has been cooked Olelocks or it wouldn't be canned. Trust me it will be delicious.

    Flag as inappropriate Ozarks42  |  July 9, 2008

  • how do I calculate carbs for the pumkin pie

    Flag as inappropriate coop  |  February 7, 2008

  • The pumpkin is already cooked - it is not raw pumpkin. I made the pie with fresh cooked pumpking and it was good. I used the fat free/sugar free cheesecake pudding and pumpkin pie spice. It is also good to use as a dip for cookies or fruit.

    Flag as inappropriate TamiNC55  |  November 21, 2007

  • I made this, (my husband is a diabetic), this weekend and it really was quite tasty, thou I made it more like a pudding topped with cool whip, which only has 1 gram of suger per serving. 4 grams equals 1 teaspoon of sugar.

    Flag as inappropriate Imaveggy  |  November 19, 2007

  • I have a diabetic son-in-law and would love to try this recipe. Could someone let me know ASAP--you don't cook this stuff? I can't imagine the canned pumpkin not cooked? Help!

    Flag as inappropriate Oldelocks  |  November 15, 2007


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