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    I've been experimenting with recipes for a diabetic friend. This pie is delicious, sugar-free and cholesterol-free. I really can't tell the difference! Enjoy,Robb in Cleveland Healthy Pumpkin Pie

    Recipe #2723

    4 Reviews |  By nomnom

    This has the TASTE and the TEXTURE of a graham cracker crust, but without the fat and calories and with necessary fiber. It's absolutely delish! Feel free to use more cereal if you prefer thicker crusts. The recipe is more than EASILY adaptable! Use for cheesecakes, pies, quiches, whatever requires a crumb crust!

    Recipe #58321

    This is a delicious crust for cheesecakes or pudding pies. You may also use other kinds of nuts.

    Recipe #30630

    From Pampered Chef... the salty pretzels really compliment the lime flavor.

    Recipe #2753

    This pie is so good I actually ASK people to give me zucchini so I can make it. If you like pumpkin pie, you will probably enjoy this pie as well. (In fact, when fall rolls around, this is the recipe I use to make my pumpkin pies.) The original recipe is from my husband's great aunt Gin. I have found it works well to freeze the puree for winter use. I just warm it slightly in the microwave before adding it to the other ingredients. That way it will be more like when I make it with freshly cooked zucchini. I have also found it works fine to use a can of sweetened condensed milk in place of the evaporated milk, sugar and honey.

    Recipe #97138

    6 Reviews |  By KelBel

    A rich pie served best with French Vanilla Ice Cream.

    Recipe #99267

    Adopted in the Great Zaar Adoption 2005. Cook time = Chill time.

    Recipe #40195

    Lower in colesterol than most recipes but still delicious! Use your own pastry recipe, store bought pie shells, my recipe for Pastry With No Trans Fat or my recipe for Whole Wheat Canola Oil Pastry - depending on how healthy you want it to be. Cover the filling with a full crust, lattice or use the topping from my Rhubarb Crumble Pie (#91390) and enjoy!

    Recipe #93163

    I was asked to post this recipe. I have never made it but it's one of the many I have that I keep saying I should make. Let me know how it taste please.

    Recipe #52861

    A guilt free pie!

    Recipe #107186

    12 Reviews |  By Derf

    Nummy! Serve warm or cold, topped with whipped cream.

    Recipe #12097

    No Way...WAY! The famous "no crust to roll out" Bisquick Impossible Pie turns Pumpkin for the holidays!

    Recipe #47596

    15 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This is from Alton Brown on the Food Network. Very Yummy and very easy to make! Cooking time is for chilling pie.

    Recipe #97365

    Butter tarts are a Canadian tradition. Waaaay back in the 1970s, a national contest here in Canada concluded that these butter tarts, originating from Wilkie's Bakery in Orillia, Ontario, were the best. I certainly think so and it's the only recipe I use. Add a sprinkle of toasted walnuts when you add the raisins, if you wish, or use only walnuts if you don't like raisins.

    Recipe #14756

    23 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    This is a favorite with all the men in our family. This was my great grand-mothers recipe that she made often. Simple to make - when cut you will see 3 different layer colors. *Note - due to several reviews I am updating to strongly suggest the following: You need to use at least a 9" deep dish pan for this recipe. A normal 9" will not work. This recipe does not set up if you halve it. The batter is very thin.

    Recipe #106199

    This recipe is for the dough and filling, made from fresh apples golden delicious works good. This make a very pretty tasty torte.

    Recipe #109983

    With this pie you can add your favorite liquer to the frozen yogurt to give it some "life". Time includes freezing time.

    Recipe #115293

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    I found this on a diabetic website, but i believe the carb count is to high. But it does turn out wonderful.

    Recipe #120485

    15 Reviews |  By JillAZ

    This is from a OAMC website. These are delicious and my kids LOVE these in their lunchboxes. I put them in frozen in the morning and they thaw nicely by lunchtime. Note: I have experimented with reducing the sugar in this recipe and find it works very well. I usually make a double batch and only added 1/3 cup sugar instead of 1 cup. They came out perfect - just the right amount of sweetness.

    Recipe #91412

    WW points 4 per serving, but it does not taste like a "diet dessert" Got this recipe @ a football party, while watching the Eagles lose again. Well at least I got a good recipe from the heartache.

    Recipe #82849

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