are some tips to get you started: instead of corn syrup, try
experimenting a little by substituting with maple
immediately cuts the amount of carbohydrates in half! Remember the
golden rule: cook healthy, cook smart! Always be on the lookout for the
best results with the least amount of “feel-guilty” calories and carbs.
Also, be sure to use roasted
pecans in all of the recipes. If your pecans aren’t
roasted, your pie won’t be crunchy, and that would be a slight
disaster. You can use pre-roasted pecans, or you can roast the nuts
yourself: while pre-heating the oven, put them in for about 10 minutes
until they appear slightly roasted.
Keep the mixed stevia and syrup boiling on low heat at all times before
adding the other ingredients, to ensure that the filling hardens
properly when it’s finished. You'll know that your pecan pie is ready
when it’s completely solid
in the middle, so after the oven phase, give it a gentle
shake as a test. Serve with diet whipped cream and/or a scoop of stevia
pecan pie tends to end up too runny, you’re probably using too much
butter or alcohol. Use these ingredients sparingly! An extra teaspoon
can also help de-moisturize the filling. Go
easy on the stevia sweetener: you don’t need an excess of sweetness to
make a pecan pie.
about half a teaspoon of stevioside will suffice, and you can always
add some extra drops of stevia
liquid to taste
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