Sugar-Free Chocolate Cream Pie (Diabetic)

"Sweetened with stevia."
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Ready In:
1 pie


  • 13 cup cocoa or 2 ounces unsweetened chocolate, chopped
  • 4 3/4 teaspoon liquid stevia or 1/2 teaspoon pure stevia
  • 14 cup cornstarch
  • 14 teaspoon salt
  • 3 14 cups milk
  • 1 12 teaspoons vanilla
  • 1 (9 inch) baked pie shells
  • whipped cream


  • In a saucepan, mix together cocoa, stevia, cornstarch and salt.
  • Stir milk in gradually.
  • Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture boils; boil 1 minute. Remove from heat.
  • Blend in vanilla.
  • Cool 10 minutes. Pour into pie shell; refrigerate.
  • Top with whipped cream before serving.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Stephanie H.
    Hi i just made this pie it is still cooling. The pudding tastes very bitter. I used 1/2 tsp of stevia and unsweeted almond milk flavored vanilla. I did not put in the vanilla on top of the milk being flavored with it. Tips suggestions please. Thank you Sharrod46
  2. hollykostera
    Can you use almond milk in place of milk? You are getting 42 grams of sugar using 2% milk. If you use unsweetened almond milk not only do you cut all the saturated fat out, but you cut all the sugar too. How much more liquid stevia should you use if you use unsweetened almond milk?
  3. tkmalin
    Can granulated stevia be used instead of liquid?
  4. Karen T.
    How much stevia do you use???
  5. mdwood7777
    Tried this morn. Was confused with your portion size on Stevia. There is a 4 in the margin but then you say 3/4 teaspoons of Stevia. Are you saying 3 to 4 teaspoons of Stevia or three quarters of a teaspoon? I ended up using 1 teaspoon of Stevia and it was bitter. Guess you meant 3 to 4 teaspoons. Not being familiar with Stevia, I can't believe it would take 3 to 4 teaspoons. Oh well, could someone please explain. Also, no way would my pudding boil in 1 minute on medium as stated in the recipe. With cold milk and medium heat, it wouldn't come to a boil even after 10 minutes. Finally turned up electric burner to almost High and finally got it to thicken. Way too much confusion in this recipe.


  1. Gmainwa
    Very good recipe. Made exactly as called for using Stevia in the Raw....It is delicious. Sweet, but not too sweet. I used Herhey's Special dark cocoa...gave it a rich chocolate flavor. Definitely a keeper.
  2. lblake1948
    This has become my favorite when I have a gotta have it now chocolate craving. I cut the recipe in half, no crust, and have chocolate pudding in a few minutes, also topped with whipped topping.
  3. AliceRoger B.
    I made a layer with dark chocolate & one milk chocolate....delicious!
  4. mdbaumbach
    Diabetic? You're kidding right? I see cornstarch and white flour in the ingredients. And whipped cream? No. No. No. The ONLY thing this recipe has going for it is Stevia. I won't bother with it, but I would try using pre-cooked walnut or pecan pie shells, use a little xantham gum instead of the cornstarch with a little extra milk and sugar free cool whip. There's some carbs in the milk, but they should be acceptable.
  5. elleinaddanielle
    I love it! I couldn't use the stevia because I didn't have some so I used regular sugar instead, but I think it would have been better with the stevia


  1. lblake1948
    Works as pudding too.



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