Easy Low Carb Sugar Free Graham Cracker Crust Recipe

The Best Sugar Free Graham Cracker Crust recipe (diabetic friendly)

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This is a super easy Sugar Free Graham Cracker Crust that tastes like the real thing without the carbs and guilt of regular graham cracker crumbs.

Sugar Free Graham Cracker Crust recipe
Simple Sugar Free Graham Cracker Crust

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Recommended Kitchen tools

  • Blender of a food processor
  • Mixing Bowl
  • Measuring cups
  • Measuring spoons
  • large spoon or pastry blender
  • pie plate or desired pan

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Many sugar free graham cracker crust recipes use real graham crackers or almond flour. We have found an awesome substitute that tastes like the real thing and is nut-free, low carb and diabetic friendly. The ingredients listed in this recipe are must-haves for a diabetic-friendly kitchen.

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Helpful tips and FAQs

Do I need to bake this crust?

No, you don’t have to pre-bake this sugar free graham cracker crust but it is recommended.Pre-baking helps to retain the crispness in the crust. It is important to bake if you are using liquidy filling, to keep it from getting too soggy. It is certainly safe to eat unbaked, but baking is recommended.

Is this recipe Keto friendly?

I am not a keto diet expert, but the cereal used in this recipe is a keto-friendly cereal and the butter and sweetener are used in many keto recipes. So this should be keto friendly.

Can I substitute the sweetener?

I mention in many of my recipes that substituting ingredients can change nutritional values. If you have a preferred sweetener that you like to use, by all means. Make whatever alterations suit your taste and needs, keeping in mind that it can alter the nutritional information. I find that some sweeteners, that contain sugar alcohols have an adverse effect on my blood sugar, so I stick to Splenda or a Splenda stevia blend whenever possible.

Can I use oil instead of butter?

A non-flavoured oil, such as canola oil can easily be used in place of butter. Use the same amount of oil as butter. The calories in canola oil are slightly higher but it should not affect the carbs. You may want to add a pinch of salt to the recipe if using oil. Olive oil is not recommended as it alters the flavour.

Storing and freezing information.

Storing this crust works best if the crust is pre-baked. Store a prebaked crust in an airtight container for a few days refrigerated or frozen for up to 3 months.

Thawing Tip!

If you see any moisture in the crust when thawing, place it in a warm oven (an oven heated and turned off) for about 10 minutes. The oven should not be hot. Turn your oven on to 175 F (80C) and when it reaches the set temperature, turn it off. That will be warm enough to remove any moisture that has appeared on the surface of the crust.

Sugar Free Graham Cracker Crust for diabetics
Easy Sugar Free Graham Cracker Crust Recipe
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The Sugar Free Graham Cracker Crust Recipe

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Sugar Free Graham Cracker Crust Recipe

An easy to make recipe for diabetic friendly graham cracker pie crust.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 1 -9 inch pie crust

Ingredients
  

  • 2 cups Catalina Crunch Honey Graham Cereal
  • 2 tbsp Splenda Granulated Sweetener
  • cup Butter – Melted

Instructions
 

  • Preheat oven to 350 °F (175C)
  • Pour 2 cups of Catalina Honey Graham Cereal into a food processor or blender.
  • Pulse into crumbs.
  • Pour the crumbs into a medium sized mixing bowl.
  • Add granulated sweetener and stir until well mixed.
  • Pour melted butter over the crumb mixture and stir, using a pastry blender or spoon, until well mixed.
  • Pour into a pie plate or baking tin.
  • Press into the bottom and up the sides of the pie plate.
  • Bake in oven for 10 minutes.
  • Cool the crust completely before filling.

Notes

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Nutritional Information

The nutritional information listed below is for the entire recipe. When using this crust for your desserts, divide it by the number of servings and add it to your filling nutritional information, to find the nutritional values for your dessert. (example 1 sugar free crust divived into 10 servings will have 95 calories, and 1.1 gram of net carbs)

  • Calories – 950
  • Total fat – 89 gr
  • Saturated fat – 40 gr
  • Total Carbs – 56 gr
  • Fire – 45 gr
  • Net Carbs – 11 gr
  • Protein – 45 gr
  • Sodium – 522 mg

I hope you enjoy this easy diabetic friendly sugar free graham cracker crust recipe and make it a staple in your diabetic-friendly kitchen.

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