Cutting the carbs is key to managing prediabetes.
My favorite prediabetic friendly pie crust recipe!
Working hard to manage your blood sugar? Then try this recipe that tastes great & won't send your blood sugar to the moon.
Managing your prediabetes diet can sometimes be downright difficult.
Your health care professional likely recommends reducing the amount of carbohydrates consumed. Unfortunately, a low carb diet can sometimes feel tiresome & lonely...and you can find yourself missing comfort foods like bread, pasta, pizza, muffins, chips....
Sometimes you just need to feel like there's something you can actually eat - that tastes good & won't send your blood sugar levels soaring to the moon.
That's where this simple pie crust recipe comes in handy. It uses coconut flour as a main ingredient - low in carbs & high in flavor. Along with butter & egg, this pie dough does the job in satisfying cravings.
I like to fill it with prediabetic friendly ingredients - savory things like eggs, cheese, veggies, bacon & spices to create a main entree for breakfast or dinner.
Quick to make - this recipe just needs your creativity to turn it into something amazing!
Prediabaetic Friendly Pie Crust
- 1/2 C coconut oil or butter
- 2 eggs
- 1/4 t salt
- 3/4 C coconut flour
In a small bowl, stir together oil & egg until combined. Add liquid mixture to coconut flour & mix until well combined.
Roll crust into shape between 2 pieces of parchment paper and lift into pan. Or, easier still, press it into shape in pie or tart pan. Then add filling - bake at 350 degrees and enjoy!