Scrumptious Sugar-Free Key Lime Pie

School’s out for the summer, and I’m back in the kitchen. So happy to have a break from coursework, and time to create another low carb recipe! Here in Florida, the summer heat has me craving cool, creamy desserts and icy treats to enjoy. Enter a sugar-free version of the official dessert of the state of Florida: Key Lime Pie!

This is not your momma’s key lime pie…

…or at least if my mother made key lime pie (she grew up in North Dakota), it wouldn’t be like this! There are no egg yolks or sweetened condensed milk to be found in this version. With all of the tart, sweet flavor and none of the sugar, this low carb key lime pie will remind you of the slices you’ve enjoyed in Florida seafood restaurants. The pie has a slightly different texture than the original, though, with its airy, almost mousse-like filling. I can promise you that you won’t miss the sweetened condensed milk after tasting this pie. 

I think you’ll really like this super easy gluten-free nut crust. It’s worth making the pie just for the crust alone!

Removing the eggs and using xanthan gum as the binder helps keep the texture nice and crisp. It’s a natural ingredient that tremendously improves the texture of gluten-free and low carb pastries.

The flavor from the blend of pecan meal and almond flour is phenomenal! If you’re having difficulty locating pecan meal, just swap it out for more blanched almond flour. Our local Publix in Southwest Florida has a whole section devoted to products from the George Pecan Co. Their pecan meal is really finely milled and fresh tasting. I use it more often than almond meal sometimes, since I have to grind almond meal myself. Pecans do have higher fat percentage than almond, so a one-for-one substitution of pecan meal for almond meal might not work well in all of your recipes.

Sugar-Free Key Lime Pie

Sugar-Free Key Lime Pie

Serves 8
A luscious key lime pie that’s sugar-free and every bit as good as the original version! It is naturally sweetened with stevia and erythritol to make it a low carb dessert. Any combination of sugar-free (or regular sugar) sweeteners should work in this pie.

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For Crust
  1. 1 cup (4 ounces) blanched almond flour
  2. 1/2 cup (2 ounces) ground pecans OR blanched almond flour
  3. 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  4. 1/8 teaspoon pure stevia powder
  5. 2 Tablespoons erythritol*, powdered
  6. 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum
  7. 3 Tablespoons butter, melted
  8. 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  9. 1/8 teaspoon salt
For Filling
  1. 8 oz. cream cheese, softened
  2. 7 Tablespoons erythritol, powdered
  3. 1/4 + 1/8 teaspoon pure stevia powder
  4. 1/2 cup key lime juice** (the bottled kind works well)
  5. 1/4 teaspoon finely minced lime zest
  6. 1 packet (2 teaspoons) unflavored gelatin
  7. 1 cup heavy cream
For Crust
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Whisk together almond flour, pecan meal (if using), cinnamon, stevia powder, and xanthan gum together in a bowl.
  3. Grind erythritol in a coffee grinder to powder it.
  4. Whisk powdered erythritol into the rest of the dry ingredients.
  5. Stir vanilla and salt into melted butter, and add it to the dry ingredients.
  6. Knead together dough with hands until everything is distributed evenly throughout the dough. The color of the dough will appear to be even throughout when its ready.
  7. Lightly grease a large glass pie dish with butter.
  8. Press dough into dish in the shape of a crust, trying to make sure that the thickness is the same all over the pie dish.
  9. Poke holes with a fork all over the crust so to ensure that air pockets don’t form while it’s baking. Bake crust for 14-15 minutes. The crust is done once the edges have barely browned. Check the crust a couple of times while it is baking to see if bubbles form. Should you see air pockets rising under the crust, open the oven door, and gently prick those areas with your fork.
  10. Place dish on a cooling rack to cool, and wait at least 2 hours for crust to dry out and reach room temperature. You can cover the crust with plastic wrap, and store it in the refrigerator overnight if you’d like to prepare the filling the next day.
For Filling
  1. Set cream cheese out on the countertop for 2 hours to reach room temperature.
  2. Beat cream cheese with a mixer until smooth and free of lumps.
  3. Powder erythritol in coffee grinder.
  4. Stir erythritol and 1/4 tsp. stevia into cream cheese, then beat with mixer for 2-3 minutes on high speed to ensure erythritol has dissolved and texture is smooth.
  5. Refrigerate mixture while you perform the next step.
  6. Heat key lime juice, covered, in microwave on HIGH for 2 minutes.
  7. Add lime zest to hot key lime juice.
  8. Whisk gelatin into key lime juice until it has completely dissolved.
  9. Let mixture cool for 5-10 minutes, or until no longer hot to the touch.
  10. Stir key lime juice mixture into cream cheese mixture. You want the gelatin to start thickening as it cools down. Look for a pudding-like texture as you are stirring the cream cheese mixture around the bowl. If it is not thickening, make an ice bath with another bowl filled with ice and water. Set bowl with cream cheese mixture over the ice bath (making sure water doesn’t get into cream cheese mixture!) and stir the cream cheese mixture around bottom of bowl with a spatula. Do this for a couple of minutes until the mixture thickens to a pudding-like consistency and is cool to the touch. Remove bowl with cooled cream cheese mixture from ice bath, and set aside.
  11. In a separate bowl, beat heavy cream and 1/8 tsp. stevia until stiff peaks form.
  12. Use spatula to fold a dollop of whipped cream mixture into cream cheese mixture, and stir it around a bit. Fold the rest of the whipped cream into cream cheese mixture until texture is fairly even.
  13. Scrape filling into pie crust and refrigerate, uncovered, for 3-4 hours. Texture will be firm enough to cut pie into clean slices.
  14. Garnish pie with homemade whipped cream if desired. Pie will keep refrigerated for 3 days. If you don’t mind a few extra carbs, you can just use canned whipped cream to garnish the pie.
  1. *You can use any granular sweetener in place of the erythritol. Just taste the dough and filling to make sure they are sufficiently sweet, and make adjustments!
  2. **Bottled Key Lime Juice is sold in most grocery stores.
Healthy Indulgences

Nutrition Facts for Healthy Indulgences Key Lime Pie (1/8th Pie):

307 calories, 4g net carbohydrates (fiber subtracted), 30g fat, 7g protein

Nutrition Facts for a regular Key Lime Pie (Single Slice, or 1/8th):

553 calories, 84g net carbohydrates (fiber subtracted), 21g fat, 11g protein

Low Carb, Gluten-Free Key Lime Pie
But wait, there’s more! To celebrate the first new recipe of the summer at Healthy Indulgences Blog, I’m giving away a stevia prize package.  

1) A bottle of NuNaturals Liquid Stevia (perfect for your morning coffee!)

2) A bag of xanthan gum (shipped to you from

Feel free to specify whether you’d like to be entered into the drawing for only ONE of the above prizes (if you already have either stevia or xanthan gum).

Leave a comment stating your favorite pie, and email address, and you could win one of the following prizes: The giveaway is closed, and the winner has been contacted. 

In closing, I wanted to say “thank you!” for keeping up with this blog, and sending me your emails, even though I’ve been too busy with school to contribute much to the low carb community and blogosphere for the past year or so. Hope you are having a sweet summer!

  • Megan

    Apple pie!

    meg.row89 @ gmail . com

    (I'm excited to try this key lime pie! My family is going to love it.)

  • Brandon

    Oh my gosh! This looks sooo good! I love you Lauren, lol. :)

    My favorite pie would have to be your Chocolate Pie with the Peanut Butter crust. It was raw apple pie, but I like your chocolate pie so much better!

    My email address is may.brandon @

    Thank you Lauren!

  • Naija

    I too am going to have to vote your Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie. I have one in my fridge as I type. :)


  • Anonymous

    Coconut cream pie is my all time favorite with pecan pie running a close second.

    I will be trying this key lime though, it looks so cool and refreshing.

    squirtzip @ yahoo .com

  • Anonymous

    My favorite pie is a millionaire pie. Way too many calories though! I love fruit pies too.

    Thanks for everything!


  • Jessica

    Ooh I am going to have to try that soon! I have whipped cream in the fridge just need to pick up some key lime juice!

    My favorite pie would have to be a good cherry!!

  • Jessica

    Ooh I am going to have to try that soon! I have whipped cream in the fridge just need to pick up some key lime juice!

    My favorite pie would have to be a good cherry!!

  • Jessica

    oh forgot my email

    jessica.scoby @

  • Laura

    I am so excited you are back to the kitchen! I recently started following you, and I am so happy to have found your blog. Key Lime Pie is my husband's favorite so I am really excited to try this! I have plenty of stevia, but I am out of xanthan gum. As soon as it gets here(just placed my order today), we will be tasting this pie for sure :) My favorite pie is apple or blueberry.

  • Laura

    oh and here is my email: laura . sohn @ yahoo . com

  • Anonymous

    handiqueeni @ msn. com

    Thanks for your amazing blog! I can't wait to start making some of your recipes! I just bought Stevia and Coconut Flour today!!

  • Anonymous

    my favorite is key lime!!! i am so excited to try this!

    nesssf at gmail dot com

  • Anonymous

    Hi Lauren

    I can't wait to try out this pie. Can I grind pecans into meal just like almonds?

    My favorite pie is lemon meringue pie. My mom used to make me one every year for my birthday.

  • wendyusuallywanders

    Hmmmmm…I'm not a fan of pies. Before going low carb I guess my favorite was Dutch Apple Pie. I'm looking forward to trying key lime pie :-)

  • Lisa

    Coconut cream pie!

    ayustar @ gmail. com

  • Lisa

    Also that looks amazing by the way! I am going to have the chocolate peanut butter silk pie for my birthday! I will leave you a message under that recipe to tell you how it was!!! This blog is amazing by the way!

  • Claire

    RHUBARB! Low sugar, preferably. Would looooove to win the Stevia, bvut not sure if this competition is open to UK readers?

  • Silje

    Im too a recent follower, and I just love your blog. Soo much lowcarb indulgence that its almost out of this world.

    In case norwegians readers can apply for the competion, Ive would say
    apple pie is my favorite.
    and my email is

  • Missy

    I used to think apple pie was my favorite, but that was before I discovered the coconut cream pie at our local Brazilian steakhouse. It's almost more of a coconut cheesecake, heavy and rich. I made a version with a nut crust, and it came out great!

    themissy at

  • Anonymous

    Chocolate Tofu Pie!

    ciajo04 at

  • A in NL

    I'd be happy with either–I have stevia but one can always use more. However, I don't want to leave my email address on a public forum, so I guess I won't be getting either (Too bad it's not an option to make it available to just the blog owner.)

    Raspberry pie is my fav.

  • Siobhan

    As a former Floridian, this sounds fab!

    My favorite pie is strawberry/rhubarb pie!

    I love your recipes and have been following you for almost two years now… Keep 'em coming!

    sioboop at gmail dot com

  • January

    Keylime baby. Love that stuff.

  • Anonymous

    My son loves Key Lime Pie, I will be making this soon.
    donaengland AT

  • Valen

    Oh this recipe looks awesome, its funny cause I was looking around for lime puddings and pie recipes today!

    I would love to have that stevia! My favorite pie would be pumpkin!

  • plannetofmars

    Strawberry-rhubarb pie with fresh, local strawberries and rhubarb. Yummmmm. Bonus points if you pick it yourself!

    plannetofmars @

  • Bethie


    The pie looks AWESOME!!!!

  • Katie

    This looks SO good!! My favorite is pumpkin pie.

    socorrokpa at yahoo dot com

  • Anonymous

    Pecan pie!

    ilona at witty dot com

  • Alex

    Yum! I was actually just thinking of something similar…have you ever had the Tempt brand of hemp milk frozen dessert? My favorite is the coconut lime and I was just thinking yesterday if I could tweak one of your ice cream recipes to make my own low carb version of it…but key lime pie sounds awesome! I don't eat pie much at all, but I like key lime and coconut or banana cream the once in a blue moon when I do have it.

    I have tons of stevia, but no xanthum gum so that would be my pick!

    My email is

    PS: Everything I have made from your blog has been mouth-wateringly delicious, and way better than the ordinary carbed/sugared up "regular" versions! I am cooking my way through everything on your blog! So excited to see a new post…thanks so much for all your hard work!


  • rachel

    Lemon pie :) followed closely by cherry…

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for all your great ideas, Lauren! My favorite is a tie between any chocolate pie or raspberry pie.

  • Laurie

    This looks incredible but I can't have dairy (or soy). Do you think there's any way to make something similar that's dairy-free?

    By the way, your recipes are GENIUS! Thank you.

  • Anonymous

    Looks yummy!
    I love pecan pie.

  • Jacob

    Pecan pie is my favorite.

    jrdanks2003 at yahoo dot com

    Thanks for your wonderful blog!

  • Eris

    Lemon meringue pie!!!

    I really want to try this pie, but I don't have idea where I can buy xanthan gum in my country!! I think I'll ask in the shops where they sell baking suplies… is there something with I can replace it?

    atheris @ hotmail (dot) es

  • Anonymous

    So glad to have discovered your blog. Thanks for all the great recipes! Favorites: pumpkin pie and pecan pie. This key lime pie looks amazing. Will definitely be trying it out.

  • Joanne M

    Pumpkin Pie!

    So glad to see you 'back'! Happy Summer.

    jemm1966 at gmail dot com

  • Juanita

    I'm so glad you're back. My family has missed your recipes! LOL

    My favorite is pecan pie.

    My email is I don't have the stevia or the xanthan gum. I do have guar gum and was hoping to use that up before I bought xanthan. Thank you so much for your recipes and your generosity.

  • bookgoddess

    OMG, I'm going to try this one for sure! Although my fave is a traditional lemon pie, very light,
    this looks awesome. (If you ever
    want to look at it, and maybe convert it, just let me know :-)),
    it's a family heirloom recipe)
    Love fruit pies too, like peach.
    Thanks so much, love your blog!
    Hugs, Leigh

  • Anonymous

    your chocolate peanut butter pie

  • Amber

    I can't wait to try this pie! But if you came gave us a recipe for coconut cream pie, I'd be in heaven!

  • Anonymous

    I just tried this Key Lime Pie…MMMM. A huge hit. We doubled the recipe. Licked the beaters and decided to ad a pinch more stevia but other than that didn't change anything!

    Thank you!

  • Angelica

    Yum! That looks amaaazing. I'm completely in love with cold creamy pies, like this… or my current favorite, an almond peach ice cream pie (which I make with stevia!).

    grapefruitrobot @ gmail . com

  • Anonymous

    This looks so good! I am passing it on, as I always do, to everyone I know!!

    My fave pie, being from KY and a horse lover, and a chocolate lover is Derby Pie!

    Thanks Lauren you are the best!

    jstarh @ gmail .com

  • Martha

    I love grasshopper pie!

    I'd love to try the liquid stevia. I've only used the powder so far.

    oscar-n-me @

    Glad to see you back!

  • Anonymous

    Love your recipes! The first one I tried was the red velvet cake and it was awesome. Either product in the giveaway is okay for me.
    My email address is:
    lawannagrace @


  • Jackie

    Hershey's Sundae Pie or any type of cheesecake top my list.

    jackier24 at gmail dot com

  • Matvraket

    Great to have you back :D

  • Palila

    I love a good apple pie, made with apples that don't need much sugar (I use pears instead of sugar sometimes.)

    Though, when my aunt & uncle's garden agrees with it, I go nuts over a rhubarb/gooseberry pie. It's weird, but really fantastic.

    palila [at] gmail

  • dreamweaver1104

    Love your blog soooo much!!! My favorite pie is coconut cream pie but I also love Mississippi mud pie too. Love to be in the drawing for Stevia, I haven't tried that brand before and I go through liquid Stevia like crazy, love the stuff when its mixed with xylitol. Have a great day and thanks for all the great recipes.

  • Karen

    MMMMM, peach cobbler the old Southern way (does cobbler count as pie??)

  • Sarah

    Thanks for all you do Lauren, I make your chocolate bean cake all the time. I also cannot wait to try this key lime pie… my husband's favorite :)

    My favorite pie would have to be rhubarb pie!

    johnson717 @

  • Nancy

    Well, my fave pie is actually cheesecake. Though cherry is a runner up! I love cheesecake and have yet to find a recipe that I can do (I'm slightly all thumbs in the kitchen) which is really low carb and tastes like cheesecake and not cream cheese cake, which is how most of them turn out. Its so depressing that I have zero energy left for trying new recipes. Do you have a perfect tasting cheesecake recipe that wont depress me further? LOL

  • Debbie

    My favorite is Chocolate Pie with Peanut butter Crust!

  • Anonymous

    homemade apple pie with vanilla ice cream!
    p.s. i heart your recipes : )

  • Hallie

    So excited to see you are back!

    I can't wait to try your key lime pie!

    My all time favorite is the very simple, yet classic, pumpkin pie!

  • Hallie

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  • Charski

    LAUREN! You've done it again, girlfriend, this key lime pie looks divine – my Mom's favorite, and she's diabetic, so I will surely make this for her soon!

    MY favorite pie is pecan. It's hard to make a good LC pie without massive sugar alcohols though, or polydextrose, which doesn't make me pleasant to be around after eating it! LOL!

    If I win the drawing you may contact me here:

    charski at pacbell dot net


  • kerismith

    Pie is a weakness for me. Hard to choose a favorite. I would have to say cherry or blackberry a la mode.

    I would love to try the xantham gum in some new recipes. Keep them coming!

  • Anonymous

    My favorite would have to be your pumpkin pie.

    I would love to have either the Stevia or the Xanthum gum as I'm just trying to get into baking your ideas but too broke to buy ingredients right now. They would be much appreciated.

    my email is

  • Joan

    The key lime pie wins hands down.

  • Jen

    I love your blog! I've been sharing the Pavlova cake a lot – and since I can't do fruit for my allergic baby, I eat it with russian custard for a satisfying and GAPS legal treat!

    my e-mail is koolkora AT gmail DOT com


  • Live Free ~ Love Free.

    My absolute favorite pie is my grandma's Butterscotch pie – which is super sweet, thick and creamy. I haven't had it for YEARS!

    A close second is Lemon Meringue Pie – tho I'd never pass up a piece of any type of pie (well, when I could eat sugar anyway!)!

    I would be happy to include either of the giveaway prizes in my pantry! Thank you for hosting such a great giveaway!!!

    reach me: bonnie.stone76 @ yahoo . com

  • Anonymous


    So happy to have you post another recipe. I just finished up another bean cake of yours. I'll get some lime juice tomorrow… can't wait to try the lime pie.

    My favorite pie is blueberry!

    Cathy :)

  • cat @ medical equipment

    i've never had key lime pie before but that sure does mighty tasty perhaps i should give it ago

  • Rødhette

    Aww, pies aren't really a big thing here in Norway, so I don't have a favourite. Would love to try out the deliciouis lime pie you mention in this blog though! But I do lack that xanthan gum (not even sure I can get hold of it here …) and would be a very happy winner of the giveaway if I was to be so lucky! (I already have stevia powder.) I just found your blog and will dive into older posts as soon as my hubby and I have established ourselves in another city here in Norway. (Changing jobs and hence also geography.) I really need to eat less soy, carbs, gluten and sugar! *sigh*

    Keep up your wonderful work!!

  • Anonymous

    It's a tie between coconut cream pie and applie pie. Peacan is good too. Hell I like em all hence the need for dieting.

    reedusf (at) sbcglobal(dot) net

  • Lexi

    Wonderful! I love anything RHUBARB!!!!

  • LB

    My favorite is blackberry cobbler made like a pie. However, I have not tried the chocolate peanut butter pie on your site yet…

    I love your blog! I can't wait to try this! My kids are excited too because now my low carb desserts are actually good since I found your site! They used to whine and ask… Is this low carb?

    My email is lbarker30 @


  • Bear and Bones Mama

    my favorite pie? hands down, apple and green chili – crustless. with vanilla ice cream. ooooo soo sweet and spicy!

  • Lori

    Mmm, right now, I'm thinking coconut cream pie for my favorite, but it's seasonal, and I think apple pie is next up! :-)
    lbennard at

  • Lori

    oops, I should have added that I already have a lifetime supply of xanthan gum, so would like to try the stevia!
    lbennard at

  • Emily

    Ohhh, I love all pies, but the first one that comes to mind is pumpkin pie!
    emmymc98 @ aol. com

  • Suze

    oh..key lime! this sounds soooo yummy..

  • QFMVCunctator

    So happy to see a new post! I've never been a big fan of key lime, but I adore pumpkin pie. I do not need the xanthan, but I can always use more stevia. Thank you!
    Couponcatie at gmail dot com.

  • Anonymous

    Cherry pie
    avandewa @

  • Laura

    I just made this over the weekend. It was so good. I shared it with my diabetic grandmother and she absolutely loved it as well. Thank you so much!

  • maja

    I love apple pie! I'm gonna try this key lime pie soon, it looks so good!

  • Zahid

    Coconut cream pie is my all time favorite. I am all time miss this. And more miss Master Cleanse

  • Anonymous

    Made this last night and I'm currently eating it for breakfast. I used the pecans, and I only mixed 1/8 tsp Stevia with the cream cheese instead of 1/4. It's SUPER good, thank you so much!

  • Adam P.

    ajp23310@ space yahoo .com

    My favorite pie is and always will be key lime pie, so I can't wait to try your recipe.

    I have to say that your blog has been my go-to for tasty recipes. I took six summer classes to finish up my associates degree this summer and just did my last Public Speaking course speech on your low carb chocolate cake recipe (I made it into cupcakes). I used 8 egg whites and 1 egg instead of 5 eggs –also used the swiss meranigue buttercream recipe instead of the chocolate icing one and it was a SMASH. I did the speech yesterday and even still today two people from the class complemented me out of the blue for how great the cupcakes tasted and one said they were going to use the recipe themselves. Thank you Lauren for all your recipes. I just tried the pizza recipe today and it was AWESOME.

  • shari Auldridge

    peanut butter pie!

  • Jennifer

    Lauren, I just checked my blog links and could not find yours. I really thought I had it in there. I don't know what happened. Anyhow, will add your blog back post-haste.

    So happy you are back in the kitchen! Welcome back! Look forward to your lovely creations.

  • Anonymous

    Can't wait to try the Key Lime pie! My all-time favorite pie is pecan.

    ladcraig at hotmail dot com

  • Josh Healy

    Hi, hope it's OK to contact you here. We would love to include your blog on our giveaway search engine: Giveaway Scout ( Have a look and if interested, use our online form to add your blog ( ). thanks, Josh

  • Mary

    I am so excited (and I am drooling!) after visiting your blog. My newly diagnosed pre-diabetes is well controlled with carb restriction, but I have always loved to bake, and for a while I thought I would have to forgo that pleasure. Your recipes give me new hope–they look as if they produce really good results. Thanks so much. P.S. My all-time favorite pie is apple.

  • Debbie

    My fav would be the Chocolate Pie with the Peanut Butter crust also. email address is

    debbiekirk1 at mac dot com.

    And I would love to receive the stevia if I'm one of the lucky ones to be chosen. P>S> welcome back. Great new recipe.

  • Kristin

    My favorite is the Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie!! Although I am super excited to try the new Key lime pie! Thank you for doing this blog! I love it!

  • Mima

    Key Lime Pie is my absolute all time favorite and I am stoked that you have a sugar free version now for me to try! Thanks! I love all your recipes!!

  • Danny

    I love pumpkin pie!

    daynipp @ gmail . com

  • Kaydee

    Can I just say I LOVE YOU! I just found your blog today…and you posted key lime pie, my absolute FAVORITE pie! I had to go gluten free last month and have mourned this favorite. Thanks for giving me hope that I can enjoy it again — and many others I see in the sidebar.

    kaydeeaych at hotmail dot com

    P.S. Since you already did my favorite, cherry pie is my next favorite.

  • karlmacphee

    This looks wonderful! I just found your site and love it already…thanks for posting your secrets!

  • Stephanie

    I love Coconut cream pie, YUM!


  • Carapace

    You're back! Ohjoyohrapture! I'd almost given up hope!

    My favorite pie is Pecan, far and away! Done right, with a lot of nuts and not too much piegoo. My husband makes a GF version with coconut flour, just for me. But I'd love to see you tackle it!


  • Anonymous

    I am SO glad I came across your website. Key Lime Pie is my absolute favorite – and I thank you for this low-carb recipe.

    kacey at usa dot com

  • Simone’

    I just bought some fresh key lime juice from Key West and can't wait to try this….Your blog inspired me to go back to school and explore nutrition…started my own blog too..thanks Lauren!

  • Simone'

    I just bought some fresh key lime juice from Key West and can't wait to try this….Your blog inspired me to go back to school and explore nutrition…started my own blog too..thanks Lauren!

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    I've eaten key lime pie since my school days. Hundreds of different presentations, and I have to say that, unfortunately, the more sugar it has, the better it gets.

  • Anonymous

    I can't wait to try this pie! Key Lime is dh's favorite.

    My favorite is Low Carb Pumpkin Pie.


  • Anonymous

    Your Quick and Dirty Chocolate pie! OMG!

  • Anonymous

    Your chocolate pie!!! mandy_j88@

  • lynn

    I havnt made either pie, Just keeping the tabs open so I can decide which have energy to make. Really wish could be at your house to eat and convince my teens to eat GF (I'm on SCD now).
    The chocolate silk pie looks so beautiful, but cant have chocolate. and the key lime looks perfect for the quite hot weather having.

    Lynn D

  • Anonymous

    Your recipes are always fantastic! Just wish I could eat them, as I get anaphylaxis from eggs and anything with a shell (yeah, it sucks, as a lot of LC recipes are ruled out for me).

    My dream recipe from you would be custard tart. They're little individual tarts, with custard, and I adore them.

    I know you probably won't read this, but if you do, custard tart, please? They're not pies, though, but they're close!

    (Egg-free, pretty please with stevia on top?)

  • Anonymous

    I appreciated your kindness to share your information on this blog. I also same like you would like share with friends good things. This is what I been found and have tried the healthy recipes on this website.
    Have a Blessed and Wonderful Day!!!

  • Tina

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  • chewingoncherries

    my favorite pie is fig and pear pie with a maple sugar crust with toasted walnuts with ginger and caradmon and cinamon of course! only made it once but it was absolutly phonomenal!
    id love the xanthum gum!!!!

  • Sue Bone

    What a delicious sounding recipe. I love lemon tart.

  • Sue Bone

    oops my e-mail is

  • snhks

    I happen to find your website tonight and I'm thrilled! Just love your blog and great recipes! I can't wait to try the key lime pie! Thanks for sharing! My email is

  • Scotch Mist

    Quick question could I use a teaspoons of honey in place of the Erythritol in this recipe?


  • christigpa

    I just discovered your website tonight and LOVE LOVE LOVE Key Lime Pie – cannot wait to try it for Thanksgiving! Just starting this low-carb journey and would love to add the Xanthum Gum to my currently bare pantry.

    christigpa at gmail dot com

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  • kellgy

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