Custard Pie Recipe

Custard Pie Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

1 cup liquid egg substitute2 tbsp sugar1/3 cup sugar replacement1 tsp vanilla1/4 tsp salt1 tsp cornstarch3/4 cup instant dry milk2 cup water1 unbaked 9 pie crust1 ground nutmeg as desired

Preparation:

Combine all filling ingredients and mix thoroughly. Pour filling intounbaked pie crust.Sprinkle nutmeg over filling and bake at 475 degrees F. for 10 minutes.Reduce heat to 425 degrees F. without opening the oven door and bakeanother 15 minutes. Test to see if it is done by sticking a knife in thecenter of the pie - if the knife doesn't come out clean, bake another 5minutes. Cool to room temperature out of drafts. Cut into 8 pieces andserve 1 piece per serving.Nutritional information per serving (including crust): calories - 186,protein - 7 gm., fat - 10 gm., carbohydrates - 18 gm., sodium - 308 mg.Exchanges per serving: 1 Milk, 1 Vegetable, 2 FatFrom: The NEW DIABETIC Cookbook by Mabel Cavaiani R.D. copyright 1989

Serves: 8

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Is this Custard Pie Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Custard Pie recipe comes from our category covering diabetic Dessert recipes. Because we are ignorant of your individual health concerns & the advice your medical team has given you, we are unable to say for certain that this Custard Pie recipe is safe for you. For all that, as the original compiler designated it as `diabetic` it hopefully indicates that it, if nothing else, matches the minimum requirements, being low in carbs and fat, and consequently should be better for you than the non-diabetic equivalent. Even taking that into account, this Custard Pie recipe must only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the nutritional contents are OK for you.

Custard Pie Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Custard Pie Recipe comes from the diabetic Dessert recipes category. Obviously, it would be too much for us to prepare every one of the diabetic Dessert recipes to make certain that they are all 100% OK for diabetes sufferers. Our diabetic recipe site has more than 2000 recipes listed, and to check each recipe at one every 24 hours would take as long as 290 weeks. Our advice is to check the ingredients with due care to ensure that all the recipes are compatible with the nutritional advice your medical team has given you. If you suspect that this Custard Pie recipe is not appropriate, then kindly let us know & we will delete it from the diabetes friendly recipe collection.

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