Keto blueberry pie, a healthy sugar-free sweet pie with chia seed jam and almond flour walnut crust. A delicious low carb gluten-free dessert, 100% paleo, vegan, and dairy-free.
The crispy almond & walnut crust is 100% gluten-free, low carb, and simply the best pie crust ever! The filling is boosted with antioxidant blueberries and chia seeds, simply sweetened with natural sugar-free sweeteners to cut out the calories, carbs without cutting on flavor.
It is definitely a great low carb dessert.
It is almost Christmas, and I am still busy in the kitchen developing healthy baking recipes to enjoy with my family on Christmas day. Our favorite Christmas dessert is usually a Linzertorte.
A Linzertorte is a crusty pie made with a nut crust using almonds, walnuts, and lots of sugar. The pie is usually filled with blueberry jam. Then the leftover crust is used to design a cross on the top of the pie.
This said you understand how this pie is far away from my new sugar-free diet. After a few trials and adjustments, I finally manage to recreate a similar Linzertorte pie with a similar crunchy crust and moist sweet jam-like while sugar-free.
Below this is the crust I developed made with a mixture of whole walnuts, almond meal, and coconut flour. I sometimes bake the crust in small dishes, as you can see below, or in a larger pie pan for a family size keto blueberry pie.
I used the leftover dough to design a star shape on the top of the pie. The texture of the dough is a bit more crumbly than the usual recipe, but it is really malleable like play dough, so it is still easy to use.
I highly recommend using a removable bottom pan to easily unmold the crust from the pan without breaking the crust. I filled the pie with a homemade blueberry chia seed jam.
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