Whether you’re already on the keto diet or still undecided, these sugar-free pies are all a must-try.
There used to be a time when it was near-impossible for sweet tooths to cut back on sugar.
But, thanks to the ever-increasing popularity of the keto diet, recipes for sugar-free desserts started popping up everywhere.
One quick search and you’ll get thousands of recipes for sugar-free cakes, cookies, and yes – pies.
There are way too many options out there, and they all claim to be the best. So, this is my way of helping you narrow down your choices.
I swear I tried to limit this list to 15, but it simply could not be done.
There are 20 sugar free pies here for you to try, so there’s no time to waste. Let’s get occu-pied!
No Sugar Pies Everyone Will Love
Fellow pistachio fans, where are you at?! This pistachio pie is the definition of decadence.
Let’s start off with the crust, which is made of shortbread cookie dough loaded with actual pistachios.
From the crust alone, you’ll already know it’s amazing.
Then there’s the filling. Sure, it uses store-bought pistachio pudding, which doesn’t have the best flavor.
But folded with mascarpone, almond milk, and heavy whipping cream, it loses all that artificial taste we all dislike.
To top it all off is a generous garnish of whipped cream and chopped pistachios.
Oh, and in case you forgot: all of that sinful goodness is sugar-free. It couldn’t get any better than that.
2. Key Lime Pie
This Key lime pie has a buttery cookie crust, a thick and creamy Key lime filling, and a whipped cream topping.
The combination of keto condensed milk, cream cheese, heavy cream, and lime juice makes the filling rich with a wonderful citrus zing.
It’s decadent, but without being overwhelmingly so.
With its perfect balance of richness and lightness, it’s hard to believe how this pie comes together so quickly.
But as show-stopping as it is, it actually only calls for basic ingredients and very minimal effort. Isn’t that just awesome?
This pumpkin cream pie is the epitome of Thanksgiving desserts.
It’s just as delectable as the classic pumpkin pie. The filling is light and airy, while the crust is absolutely crisp and flaky.
The nuttiness of the almond flour even gives it an extra depth of flavor.
The fact that it’s sugar-free and low-carb means you can enjoy that second slice without the guilt.
This peanut butter pie reminds me of Burger King’s Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Pie.
It’s outrageously decadent, from the chocolatey crust to the light and fluffy peanut butter mousse filling.
The only difference is that this one isn’t high in sugar and carbs. Hurray!
Even if you’re not on a keto diet, I highly recommend trying this out. The fact that it’s sugar-free and low-carb means you’ll get to indulge without the guilt.
The classic chocolate whoopie pies are given a Christmas spin with peppermint.
These cookies were huge back in the 90s, and I say they deserve a comeback.
With soft, cake-like chocolate cookies and a thick and fluffy filling in between, this dessert will be a guaranteed hit.
Adding peppermint to the filling gives it that wonderful, Christmas feel. It makes it extra perfect for the holidays.
What do you get when you blend together fresh strawberries, whipped cream, and cream cheese?
An outrageously creamy and sensational pie filling, that’s what!
Think of it as a cross between strawberry ice cream and cheesecake filling. If that doesn’t make your mouth water, nothing else will.
It’s not just the filling that’s terrific, though. Made from crushed pecans, butter, and monk fruit sugar, the crust is also very flavorful.
Here’s another strawberry-flavored pie you’ll surely enjoy.
From the crust to the filling to the topping, there’s nothing you won’t love about it.
The crust is ridiculously buttery with a nutty flavor from the almond flour.
The filling is a smooth and refreshing mix of strawberry gelatin, cream cheese, and whipping cream.
Completing the ensemble is a topping of sour cream and fresh strawberries – a tart and fruity finish to the already refreshing dessert.
This next pie may be crustless, but it’s just as tasty as the others on this list. Even without the crust, this pie is seriously delicious.
You can eat it two ways – warm or chilled. When fresh off the oven it’s soft and creamy like custard.
When chilled for hours, it tastes like a coconut-flavored cheesecake. They’re scrumptious, either way.
Say hello to another coconut pie recipe, this time with a crust.
With three layers of deliciousness, this pie is dangerously addictive. Good thing it’s keto-friendly.
At the base is a buttery crust made of coconut flour and melted flour.
For the filling, you’ll be treated to a smooth and luscious blend of cream, coconut milk, and coconut flour.
And for the topping, delight your tastebuds in whipped cream and crisp coconut flakes.
As you can see, this pie has coconut from the bottom to the top. It’s what tropical dessert dreams are made of.
10. Mixed Berry Pie
Next up is a classic mixed berry pie that’s as delicious as any.
Trust me, this has exactly the same flavors and textures as a regular berry pie, but minus the sugar.
Also, unlike the traditional pie, this one only has a top crust, not a bottom one. That’s one of the things that makes it guilt-free.
You can make a lattice weave on top to make it fancy, but if you don’t have time, don’t sweat it. A regular flat crust on top is also fine.
Remember those buttermilk pies your mom or grandma used to make? This blackberry custard pie tastes exactly like them, but it’s low-carb and sugar-free.
The crust is made of crushed graham crackers, while the filling is a creamy blend of buttermilk, heavy cream, and eggs.
It’s sweetened by low-carb sugar, spiced by nutmeg, and thickened by gelatin.
But the star of it all is the fresh blackberries. This sweet, juicy berry makes the pie a true standout!
With a crumbly graham cracker crust, a gooey lemon filling, and a sweet and billowy toasted meringue topping, this pie is a certified crowd-pleaser.
Each layer is scrumptious on its own, but it’s together that they’re at their best.
With just 3 grams of net carbs per serving, you can go ahead and take that next slice.
13. Lemon Cloud Pie
A mash-up between a coconut pastry and almond shortbread cookie, the crisp and toasty crust alone will get you hooked.
The filling is simply to die for. Nothing beats the goodness of whipped cream, butter, and lemon!
Together, both components will absolutely send you to cloud nine.
French silk pie is a heavenly confection made of a flaky crust, a smooth and silky chocolate filling.
This is the dessert no chocolate lover can ever say no to.
The blend of coconut milk, cocoa powder, instant coffee, and vanilla results in a ridiculously rich, ice cream-like chocolate mousse that’s absolutely irresistible.
15. Pecan Pie
A collection of pie recipes is not complete without the classic pecan pie!
And yes, even this traditional treat has a sugar-free and low-carb version, and it’s delightful.
Where most pies use corn syrup so create an ooey-gooey filling, this one uses sugar-free caramel sauce.
That way, you’ll still get that iconic chewy goodness, without the sugar. It’s genius!
First of all, how pretty is this pink raspberry cream pie? Just by looking at it, you can already tell it’s refreshingly delicious.
And it definitely is. Fresh raspberries lend color and flavor to billowing whipped cream and rich cream cheese.
Resting on top of a delectable chocolate cookie crust, it’s like eating two desserts in one.
17. Brownie Pie
Regular brownies are terrific, but here’s a recipe that’ll take the classic to the next level.
This brownie pie is extremely fudgy, chocolatey, and downright delicious.
Here’s the surprise, though: it’s made of chickpeas! It seems strange, but don’t knock it until you try it.
18. Apple Pie
The classic apple pie is given a keto twist by using squash!
Yep, this pie isn’t just sugar-free and low-carb, it’s also apple-free. Because unfortunately, an apple contains over 20 grams of net carbs.
But just because this pie doesn’t have apples in it, doesn’t mean it isn’t delicious. Don’t take my word for it, though. Try it and see for yourself.
19. Banoffee Pie
Banoffee pie is an indulgent dessert that combines the goodness of ripe bananas and caramel.
It’s not the healthiest pie, but this vegan version is. With an almond flour crust at the bottom and a coconut, banana, and caramel filling, this pie is a winner.
20. Pumpkin Pie
This keto pumpkin pie is the one thing missing at your Thanksgiving spread.
With a silky pumpkin custard filling and a flaky pie crust, it’s exactly what a pumpkin pie should be.
But it’s keto-friendly and sugar-free, which gives it an edge.
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