Brownie Pie: Chocolate Recipe Diabetics and Dieters Love

Brownie Pie

Imagine liking something so much, but you couldn't have it. Well, then welcome to a diabetics world. I am not diabetic, but could only imagine what it would be like not be able to have sweets as much as I'd like.

Linda Wilson shares her recipe for all chocolate lovers to enjoy including dieters and diabetics.

Great for get-togethers or suprise someone on their birthday. Check out what Linda has brought for us today. Thank you Linda!

Yum-yum Brownie Pie Recipe Suitable for Diabetics and Dieters

Yum-yum Brownie Pie Recipe Suitable for Diabetics and Dieters

Author: Linda Wilson

Are you looking for a different pie recipe? Do you want to impress your family and friends with something new? Why not try this brownie pie recipe? It is yummy and will impress any chocoholics in your group. And the best part? It is suitable for the diabetics and dieters in the group. Get out the pie plate and give it a try today! You don't need to wait for a special occasion; treat yourself. You're worth it! HINT: This also makes a good birthday treat for those who prefer pie over cake.

1 stick of butter

1 cup Equal Sugar-Lite

1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

2 eggs beaten or 1/2 cup egg substitute

1/2 tsp vanilla

1/4 cup flour

1 cup chopped pecans or walnuts

Prepare your favorite sugar-free piecrust shell but do not bake.

Melt butter in saucepan and blend in cocoa powder. Blend in other ingredients, except nuts. Mix well. Add nuts and mix in. Pour into pie crust shell. Bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes.

For a special dessert, add a scoop of sugar-free vanilla ice-cream to each pie slice and drizzle sugar-free chocolate syrup (I love the Russell Stover brand) over top of ice cream. Sprinkle with chopped nuts, if desired.

Note: For a chocolate lovers' birthday treat, dress each slice as mentioned above and insert a birthday candle into the ice-cream of the honorees' slice. Or you could put the candles on the pie before serving, then cut into slices, add the ice cream and syrup after the candles have been blown out. That would probably work better with a child and the other method better for an adult.

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About the Author

A grandmother with diabetes along with other autoimmune diseases. I like to share what I've learned with others thru writing. I also write novels. You can find more of my recipes and writings by visiting

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