Recipe by Maker of SPLENDA® Sweetener Products
"This apple pie is wonderfully old fashioned in flavor, but has a lot less sugar than the pies Grandma used to bake!"
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prepared double pie crust
baking apples, thin-sliced, cored, peeled
SPLENDA® No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated
You cant ask for a better sugar free apple pie than this! I made this for my fathers birthday since he is diabetic and he just loved it. I did make several adjustments however. Since reading alot of comments on here complaining about aftertaste I cut the splenda down to just 1/2 cup and used two types of sweeter tasting apples. Fuji's and Red Romes. Because these apples arent as tart as lets say Granny Smith apples, it wasnt necessary for so much splenda. I used more cinnamon as well, 3tsps. I didnt have nutmeg so I used 1/4 tsp of clove which goes great with apples as well. I used flour instead of cornstarch. Also the mixture does look at bit dry so I used 3 tbs of sugar free orange juice that I happened to have on hand (crystal light). This all worked so great together. You must try this pie if you cant have sugar!!! Also I only cooked this pie on 400 degrees. Hope you try this, you'll love it. Make it with the 1-2-3 pie crust here on this website. It was great as well.
OK, I give this three stars with a couple of reservations. I've only tried it once, but here are my comments: I detected a slight to moderate aftertaste that was more evident when the pie was hot. I recommend that you make sure your splenda mixture is very well distributed, I think this will help with the aftertaste. Also, the addition of a bit of lemon juice and/or a small amount of butter under the top crust might help. I would add 2-4 tablespoons of apple juice or water if the apples are not very juicy. If all else fails, I was able to mask the aftertaste with vanilla ice cream :)
This pie was VERY runny. Also, if you don't wait until it's chilled, it has a horrible aftertaste. Once chilled, it's not too bad. I had to lower the oven temp. because, baked as stated, it would have burnt. I caught it just in time to spare it. Not sure I would ever make this pie again.
Excellent apple pie. Tasted just like if it were made with sugar.
I've had a gastric bypass and thanks to splenda I never feel like I can't eat like regular people! I added the splenda/spices mixture a little at a time to the apples mixing well after each addition. It came out perfect. My husband and son absolutely loved it...I will defenitely be making this again and plan on sharing this recipe with my bariatric support group meeting!
Very good. Couldn't even tell it was made with splenda!!
this pie was so delicious. I had never cooked with splenda before so i was a little intimidated when i smelled the splenda.... But, the pie cooked just like a normal apple pie and tasted the exact same as the applie pie i made with regular sugar. I made it for thanksgiving because my boyfriend is on the Atkins diet and can't have all the sugar of a regular applie pie. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
I made this for a friend who is diabetic. You would of never have known that this pie was made with splendia. Everyone love it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Nostalgic Apple Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 136
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