I manually calculated the calories on this recipe as is and I came up with 184 calories and 19 carbs for 1/8 of pie (1 piece). I think recipezaar is not counting the pie shell correctly (A Philsbury deep dish shell is 90 calories & 11 carbs per 1/8th pie). Without the crust I came up with 94 calories and 8 carbs. I made it a little healthier by using 2% evaporate milk and egg beaters. That saved 32 calories (but it made no difference in carbs).
My family liked this better than the recipe on the back of the Libby pumpkin can, our standby forever. The first time I made it with the Splenda. The next time I substituted a squirt of liquid stevia for 1/2 of the Splenda since Stevia is better for my blood sugars than Splenda. Next time, I will use all Stevia. What a great recipe! Thanks!
myfamily didn't know this was sugar free until I gave them the news.
You couldn't tell this is sugar free and I don't like splenda! This was also incredibly easy. Thanks for helping make it a real thanksgiving for my diabetic family members.
I made this pie and took it to my friends for Thanksgiving. I increased the spices, I admit, personal preference. My friends, who are also diabetic, kept asking in disbelief "are you sure this is sugar free?" Thank you very much!!!
AWESOME! I have sugar issues and this was my first sf pumpkin pie. It was great! I took another reviewer's advice and prebaked my pie shell for about 10 minutes. Using my grandmother's trick, I used 1/2 C Splenda white and 1/4 C Splenda brown - not too sweet at all. I used both some nutmeg and cloves - just personal preferance. Highly recommend!!!
This was a HUGE hit at the Christmas party and NO ONE knew it was Sugar free! My son and I are newly diagnosed diabetics and were happy happy happy we could have this!!!! I also left out the cloves and added nutmeg instead and a wee bit of vanilla. Huge hit!
This recipe has way too much Splenda. I made it and had to pour it out. I might try it later and use less Splends
My husband was feeling denied this Thanksgiving and wanted a pumpkin pie he could enjoy guilt-free. I made this recipe with the understanding that he would break in to the sugar-full pie if he didn't like the sugar-free version. He loved it and has announced that I need to make it all of the time. I followed the recipe exactly - adding only some decorative leaves to the top of the pie after the first 15 minutes of baking. Thanks for the excellent recipe!
This was definitely the hit at the dessert table yesterday!