Is there a good low-fat pumpkin pie recipe?
There is a good low-fat pumpkin pie recipe, mmng23! The great thing about pumpkin is that it’s fat free. It’s actually really good for you! The most fattening part of the pumpkin pie is usually the crust, so I would personally start there. Use a low-fat crust and you’ll have a low-fat pie. Also, pumpkin pie usually calls for a can of evaporated milk, but you can use any milk, even fat-free, as long as you compensate correctly for the amount of liquid being used. One method you can use to achieve the low-fat crust is to use no crust at all, like in this recipe from Cooks.com: http://www.cooks.com/rec/doc/0,1737,158167-232204,00.html. Graham cracker crumbs are sprinkled on top of the pie in lieu of an actual crust. Another option for lowering the fat in pumpkin pie recipes is to replace the evaporated milk with fat free sweetened condensed milk, as shown in this recipe from AllRecipes.com: http://allrecipes.com//Recipe/low-fat-pumpkin-pie/Detail.aspx. Yet another way to reduce the fat is