Diabetic Friendly - Millionaire Pie Recipe

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penny jordan


This is a recipe I rec'd. by a friend when I first found out I was diabetic in 1991.
I have made it many, many times and it is a very good one!
Low in calories and carbs...
I don't know the exact nutrients per serving but I feel sure the total carb. count is well under 30g./serving.
Hope you enjoy!

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About 8
20 Min


1 - 8 oz
lite cream cheese, softened
1 large
can crushed pineapple, in it's on juice, undrained
3/4 c
chopped pecans
1 pkg
(8 or 12 oz.) lite or sugar/free cool-whip
1/4 c
1 %, or skim milk (optional)
1 large
box, sugar-free/fat-free instant, vanilla pudding/pie filling
1 large
graham cracker pie crust


1MIX: Cool-whip and cream cheese until well combined and creamy using hand mixer.
ADD: Pudding, slowly and continue to mix as before.
ADD: Crushed pineapple and juice and continue to mix well.
(If needed add milk to make to a acceptable consistancy for pie.)
ADD: Chopped pecans and fold into crust.
REFRIGERATE: Several hours before serving, (when pie is set.)ENJOY!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pies
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy