Sugar Free Pecan Pie Yum!

"I found this recipe on a diabetic recipe site, and after searching here found no recipe for sugar free pecan pie. So here it is! My dad loves this."
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  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Mix eggs with the sugar substitute. Then stir in the syrup, melted butter, and pecan halves.
  • Line a 9-inch pie pan with dough. Pour in filling and cover edges of pie with foil.
  • Bake for 25 minutes, remove foil, and then bake for another 25 minutes or until you can insert a knife and it comes out clean.

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  1. I have to wonder if the other people who have reviewed this recipe have ever tasted a real pecan pie. For one thing, real pecan pie has what "The Joy of Cooking" calls a "transparent" filling; this filling is more of a custard. I do not consider this an acceptable substitute for pecan pie, nor is it tasty enough to make for its own merit.
  2. I made this pie for my boyfriend who has diabetes...I was very excited since he loved the pie and asked me to make it for him again...I enjoyed it as well...WHAT A TREAT!!!!!
  3. I was wanting pecan pie, this was a nice try. I love pecans so I added more...not good. The ones that were submerged got weird soggy since the filling wasn't sugar. The taste and texture was good. Next time I think I will lightly toast the pecans or sprinkle 2 teaspoons of sugar on top to help the pecan get carmelized. I used a regular pie crust, but rolled it out to twice the size to cut the carbs and still be easy. that worked great.


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