Lowfat Chocolate Pie (1 gram per slice)

We are all on a lowfat diet now and desserts have become non existent because of the high fat! Here is my recipe for a low fat chocolate pie.

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Ingredients:

Crust:

  • 2 1/2 cups Oreo O's cereal

Filling:

  • 2 Family size packages cook and serve Jello brand chocolate pudding
  • 5 cups skim milk

Directions:

Put cereal into the blender and grind until you have crumbs. Put in the bottom of a 9 inch pie plate, evenly. This pie does not have a crust on the sides, just on the bottom.

In microwaveable large bowl, whisk pudding and milk together. Microwave on high heat for 4 minutes. Whisk again. Microwave in two minute intervals until pudding is boiling, whisking in between each time. Let pudding sit for about ten minutes to cool, whisk again.

Slowly pour the pudding into the pie plate until full. Leave on counter for about 15 minutes to cool a bit more (if you do not like the "skin" cooked pudding leaves cover pie with a piece of wax paper, to be peeled off prior to eating). Put in fridge for about two hours and serve with fat free whipped cream.

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Note: This pie will be good for about three days, if kept in the fridge. Each slice has about one gram of fat (if you cut the pie in six pieces).

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