KETO PUMPKIN PIE RECIPE! How to Make Keto Pumpkin Pie For Thanksgiving that's Only 3 Net Carbs!


Hey Everyone today we are making THE BEST KETO PUMPKIN PIE RECIPE! How to Make Keto Low Carb Pumpkin Pie For Thanksgiving that’s Only 3 Net Carbs!


1 1 /2 cups of Almond flour
ΒΌ cup of powdered sweetener (I use this one:
Β½ teaspoon of vanilla extract
ΒΌ cup butter melted
Pinch of salt

Pumpkin Filling
3 eggs
3/4 cup of powdered allulose (I use this one:
**PLEASE NOTE: If you are using erythritol or monk fruit, please HALF this amount and taste from there**
1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon
Pink of salt
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
1 teaspoon of pumpkin spice
1 (15 ounces) can of pumpkin puree
ΒΎ cup of heavy cream
3 drops of stevia

1. In a bowl add all ingredients and form dough
2. Press against pie dish and poke holes with the fork
3. Bake at 325 for 5 minutes
4. Set aside and allow to cool
5. Increase oven to 350F
6. Mix all pumpkin filling ingredients together
7. Pour in prebaked crust
8. Cut a big enough foil to cover the bottom and bring up to the sides to cover the edges of the crust to prevent burning
10. Bake for 30 to 45 minutes until knife comes out clean

Check the pumpkin filling taste and adjust if needed.
Wrap Pie with foil before baking to prevent direct head burning the crust

Per Serving (15 servings)
3g Net Carb
8g Total Carb
2g Fiber
13g Fat
4g Protein
154 Calories

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  1. Can you leave the recipe for me because I would like to try making that since it's low carb keto pumpkin pie and I want to get myself started on that to see if I can lose any weight I like all the stuff you're cooking it is delicious looking and I want to learn how to make all of it so if I can get the recipe that would be nice

  2. Do yourself a favor, if you're going to make this for a holiday meal and or guests or both, test this recipe first. All of our guests were unanimous in stating that it was terrible… zero flavor. They looked at each other with the "what the heck is this" look. Good thing I had a real one as a backup. I would rather eat the real thing than this tasteless pie. I suggest that people not use the 1-tsp of pumpkin pie spice and instead use 1/4 tsp of clove, 1-tsp of cinnamon and 1/2 tsp of ginger. The actual spices makes give it that "real" pumpkin pie flavor… and might salvage this recipe to some extent.
    1-tsp of pumpkin pie spice is hardly enough for this recipe. I guess if you like a bland and tasteless dessert, this one is for you. For us, this went right out the door with the turkey bones.

  3. Is the cooking time 30 – 35 minutes (in video) or is it 30 – 45 minutes (in the description below video)? My oven is a regular one (not convection), so the knife did not come out clean so back it goes for up to 10 more minutes. I am looking forward to trying this out tomorrow. Thanks for all your recipes for this special day, Myra!

  4. Love your recipe. Just what we needed. But we have to cook according to our needs and what we have, so here are our switches and substitutions. Almost out of almond flour, so it will be a mix with flax and chia seeds for the crust, and maybe some almond extract (which I love). Now, canned pumpkin has 19.82g carbs/cup and 7.10g fiber for 12.72g net carbs. I like a piece of pie thicker than a half inch, and I like a Thanksgiving meal of more than just pie, so we're going to cut the pumpkin carbs by mixing with either "mashed potato" cauliflower (2.8g net carbs/cup), peeled/seeded zucchini (2.75g net carbs/cup), or peeled/seeded yellow summer squash (2.59g net carbs/cup). Might have to sneak in some turmeric powder if the color gets too light, but the strength of the pie spices will cover that turmeric taste right up.

    Now, more math. 1 can of pumpkin is just under 4 cups, or 50.88g net carbs. So maybe 2 cups of pumpkin with 25.44g of net carbs and 2 cups of summer squash with 5.18g net carbs gives us 30.62g net carbs for the filling. Divide that into 8 healthy-size pieces gives us 3.8275g net carbs for the filling in one slice. It's all squash, right? Or go with 6 generous portions per pie for 5.1g net carbs for the filling in one slice. Making that simple substitution, I can eat twice as much pie for the same low carbs. Hmmm… Maybe one cup of pumpkin and 3 cups of squash for 20.49g net carbs sliced into 8 at 2.56g net carbs each.

    We came upon this idea when we found the recipe for no-apple keto apple pie here on YT. Delicious. Surprising to me, pumpkin has more carbs than apples.