By sexyswamprat

Tart cherries in a sweet, creamy filling make this a pie that’s sure to please.

  • 2 (16 ounce) cans pitted tart cherries (in water - no syrup)

  • 1 large box cook & serve sugar-free vanilla pudding mix

  • 1 small box sugar-free cherry gelatin

  • Sugar substitute to equal 4 teaspoon sugar

  • 1 baked 9-inch almond flour pie crust (recipe below)

  • 1 1/4 cups almond flour

  • 3 packets of Splenda

  • 4 tablespoons softened butter

  1. Drain cherries, reserving juice. Set cherries aside.

  2. In a saucepan, combine cherry juice and dry pudding mix. Cook and stir until mixture comes to a boil and is thickened and bubbly. Remove from heat; stir in gelatin powder and sweetener until dissolved. Stir in the cherries; transfer to pie shell. Cool completely. Store in refrigerator.

  3. Pie Crust: Combine almond flour, splenda, and butter to form a pastry dough. Evenly spread dough in pie tin and bake at 350 for about 10-15 minutes until browned.

Nutritional Facts

Calories 176
Sodium 293 mg
Cholesterol 0
Carbohydrate 24 gm
Protein 3 gm
Fat 8 gm
Diabetic Exchange
1 starch
1/2 fruit

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15 replies

dapiper828 2015-03-07 15:10:03 -0600 Report

I agree with bigmustangmike, Its an idea of how you can make a cherry pie. I f you
dont like some ingredients subsituet with what works for you. I like reading receipes
then I adjust to fit my taste.

bigmustangmike 2015-02-20 15:23:26 -0600 Report

Gee whiz people…If you don't want to eat this pie don't make it… this recipe isn't promoting pie as a wonder drug for weight loss or great food for diabetics, it a recipe for slightly healthier Cherry Pie. This is geared to those of us who want to sin occasionally and this is much better for us than making a pie with regular white sugar, that's all. Lighten up, if you want healthy living, no calories or low carb. deserts, just go on out into the backyard and graze. Please save us your righteous indignation, we don't care and we actually do know it's not perfect!

evaziem 2014-05-17 15:45:56 -0500 Report

Sorry, all bad ingredients…
- How about some fresh cherries?
- Pudding is made from corn starch. Starch is a simple carb that raises one's blood glucose. Corn is 90% GMO. Sugar free? What's in it? Aspartame (marketed as Nutra-Sweet or Equal)? I hope you are not drinking this poison. Google it.
- The same applies to sugar-free gelatine.
- Pastry shell is made from simple carb-white flour, a non-no for diabetics.

Anonymous 2014-02-13 02:48:30 -0600 Report

I made this, but instead of pie crust I used a thin graham cracker crust only on the bottom … Tastes great. I don't know how many carbs that got rid of, but I'm guessing it's a good bit.

Grandmama16 2014-02-11 23:21:53 -0600 Report

Sounds good but the carbs are too much for 1/8 of the pie. I'm thinking there must be a way to make a crust with less carbs. Oh phooey…eat more and make it a whole meal.

Deanna60 2011-02-17 10:18:35 -0500 Report

This is not the calorie count for 1 pie! It is for 1 serving. If you can read a label, you know the cherries have more calories than this and then add the pie crust and other ingredients. You are kidding yourself if you convince yourself you can eat the whole pie, but your body knows the truth

Mair01 2011-02-16 13:54:42 -0600 Report

I wish it would list the amount of fiber in this Cherry Pie recipe so that my weight watcher calculater can tell me the number of points per serving.