Creamy Milk Chocolate Pie – Sugar Free

By lynns5216

Creamy, chocolatey, and delicious, this pie will quickly become a family favorite. And with only 10g of carbs per slice, you can enjoy without feeling diet guilt.

Creamy Milk Chocolate Pie – Sugar Free
Ingredients
  • 3 oz. Sugar–Free Chocolate Jello Pudding

  • 1 c. 2% Milk

  • 1 c. Heavy Whipping Cream

  • 4 oz. Philidelphia Cream Cheese

  • 4 oz. Sugar-Free Cool Whip

  • 1 - 9” Fifty 50 Foods Sugar-Free Graham Cracker Pie Crust

Directions
  1. Mix Jello Pudding mix and milk together with a whip for 2 minutes.

  2. Add Whipping Cream, Cream Cheese and Cool Whip.

  3. With mixer, whip mixture until thick and creamy.

  4. Pour into pie shell and freeze. Thaw for an hour before serving.

  5. Serve with whipping cream on top while pie is still a little icy.


Nutritional Facts

Servings
8
Serving Size
1/8 Pie Slice
Calories 110
Fat 11g
Cholesterol 28mg
Sodium 73mg
Carbs 10g
Fiber 0g
Sugar -1g
Protein 2.2g

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22 replies

Anonymous
Anonymous 2016-04-13 03:46:54 -0700 Report

Negative Nellies STFU - the Carbs are correct if you FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS - y'all suck at that part because I am tired of the complaints. Leave the site for the rest of us.

junerune
junerune 2015-03-14 12:32:15 -0700 Report

Now, after having made the recipe, this thing is ridiculous. My last review was only about the math, and this is well… You need two cups of milk, not one. One cup of milk makes it far too thick to do anything with, let alone "pour" it into the pie crust. Like trying to pour freaking cement. And I'll be cutting this into tiny pieces, 16 for a 9" pie, just to keep the carbs reasonable. This recipe is far from "sugar-free" and not exactly "diabetic friendly" either. Please don't make and eat this pie thinking it's only ten carbs; your blood sugar will shoot through the roof…

junerune
junerune 2015-03-14 12:11:12 -0700 Report

If anyone cares to do the math here, the nutrition info is incredibly wrong. There's actually something closer to 30 grams of carbs here per 1/8 of the pie… This is a huge problem and I suggest that you think twice before making this recipe

jonlover50
jonlover50 2014-02-06 16:57:06 -0800 Report

OMG, the horrors of Cool Whip and artificial sweeteners, lol! Get a grip people. This pie is wonderful.

ohneclue
ohneclue 2014-02-06 16:04:00 -0800 Report

This is NOT a sugar-free recipe for the following reasons. Milk has lactose which is sugar. You can't ever remove the sugar from milk like you can the fat. Each cup has 12 grams sugar called lactose.

Cool Whip HAS calories at the rate of 15-25 per serving in the 8 ounce container and when you multiply 25 servings by 15 calories you get 375 calories.

When you have the 25 calories per serving and there are 25 servings in the 8 ounce container, you get 625 calories!

The 2nd ingredient after WATER is "corn syrup" so Cool Whip is simply NOT a free food when you use the entire container or half of it as this recipe does.

So if there's truly no "sugar" in this product as the label implies until you read it better, it is the ONLY corn syrup in the world that ends up "sugar-free" or zero calories.

This label is the most dishonest in the food industry. It makes people think they're "safe from sugar" and they're not. There are tons of recipes out there using Cool Whip in recipes and everyone thinks they're doing something good for themselves and their health — NOT!

Grandmama16
Grandmama16 2014-01-22 12:23:26 -0800 Report

I haven't made it yet but will. However I can't think of why there's 4 oz of cool whip in it. Doesn't make sense. What's 4oz?1/2 cup? Just put in more whipping cream if you are going to beat it with the cream cheese anyway, which should be softened first and I'd probably start with beating it, then adding the cream. The only time I use cool whip is when I fold it in to a mixture to make it fluffy. I've never beat it into anything. I might try altering this recipe. It does look yummy. Can't see the crust in the photo tho and I've not seen 50/50 sugar free crust in the stores here.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2014-01-21 15:44:48 -0700 Report

and what i meant to add, is that now I probably won't be making it considering the oils in it! (non dairy coffee creamer!)

Anonymous
Anonymous 2014-01-21 16:38:22 -0600 Report

i make something like this only i use non-dairy coffee creamer-fat free and fat free cream cheese and no cool whip. Cannot have honey as I am so allergic to bee stings that even eating honey (which is sugar!) will make me swell up!

Anonymous
Anonymous 2013-11-12 17:24:40 -0800 Report

I agree about the poisons of some sugar substitutes and hydrogenated oils, but many of us are not able to use dairy at all or use Stevia among many other ingredients. I cannot because of kidney failure caused by diabetes. Being between a rock and a hard place, this is a very once-in-awhile treat.

Beverly Davis
Beverly Davis 2013-10-28 14:08:18 -0500 Report

I agree cool whip is horrible for you just buy organic whipping cream and add some stevia or somersweet( all natural made by Susanne Sommers) and whip the cream your self takes a few minutes but worth it.

rontexas2
rontexas2 2013-10-28 07:16:09 -0700 Report

My concern with this recipe is the hydrogenated oil in the "Cool Whip". NOT good for the body. The same reason to stay away from most margarine.

lcf74
lcf74 2013-10-25 11:15:25 -0700 Report

Will have to ask my doctor next month but he told me they were fine to eat.

daizie
daizie 2013-10-25 07:45:15 -0700 Report

Can't you give us recipes that don't use that poison? My doctor ordered me not to use any of that stuff. Stevia, raw honey, agave but nothing else. For pete's sake. I even had Mom's doctor order this at the Assisted Living NO ARTIFICIAL SWEENTERS. They were invented as bug killers for plants and gardens not for human consumption.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2013-10-24 18:16:53 -0700 Report

i know alot of these sugarless products have synthetic sweeteners i will not eat.. i only use stevia and raw honey..

Anonymous
Anonymous 2013-10-24 18:15:05 -0700 Report

i dont want any of those substitute sweeteners unless they are stevia or raw honey and i know that most of that stuff that says sugar free has some kind of sweetner i will not eat..