Diet pies: 10 simple recipes

1. Carrot pie

Photo by Massimo Adami on Unsplash

(112 kcal / 100 g, Proteins-5.2 g, Fats-4, Carbs-12 g)

Carrot – 300 g

Yogurt with zero fat, but with fruit additives – 200 g

Eggs – 4 pcs. (three squirrels and one yolk)

Oat bran – 300 g

sugar – 25 g

Baking powder Dtest – 1ch.l.

Milk – 180 ml

Butter – 10 g

Cooking:

  1. Separate the yolks from egg whites, after which whip three egg whites, one yolk, and sugar;

2. Pour milk into the oat bran (can be replaced with regular flakes). Peel the carrots and finely grate them, then mix with oat bran;

3. At this point, preheat the oven (up to 180 degrees). Add yogurt and baking powder to the dough with grated carrots. After that, mix the resulting mass with whipped whites until smooth;

4. Cover the mold with parchment paper and lubricate with sunflower oil. Pour evenly the dough into it, and put in the oven for 50 minutes;

5. Remove the finished carrot pie from the mold to need when it is cool a little.

2. Apple Pie

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(80 kcal / 100 g, Proteins-4 g, Fats-1.2, Carbs-7.3 g)

Semolina – 1 glass

Two chicken eggs (whites only)

Kefir with a fat content up to one percent – 1 tbsp.

Apples – 5 pcs.

Cane sugar – 2 tbsp.

Vanilla pinch

Cooking:

  1. Pre-soak semolina in kefir for half an hour so that the croup is slightly swollen.

2. Whip the whites of the eggs to a strong, fluffy foam.

3. Add sugar and a pinch of vanilla to the mass with semolina.

4. Quietly, add egg whites to this dough. Do it better with a wooden spoon.

5. The oven should be heated to 190 degrees. And while it warms up, cut the washed apples into thin slices. Remove the peel at personal discretion.

6. For baking, it is better to take a detachable mold, which is lined with parchment paper and sprinkled with the decoy.

7. Lay cut apples out on the bottom of the mold and fill with dough on top. On the dough, you can also put a few apple slices.

8. Bake the pie for about 40 minutes.

3. Pie in a slow cooker

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(101 kcal / 100 g, Proteins-9 g, Fats-4, Carbs-8.9 g)

Oatmeal flakes – 200 g

Rye flour – 140 g

Chicken egg whites – 2 pcs. and one whole egg

Kefir (1.5% fat) – 1 cup

Honey – 3 tsp.

Pear – 3 pcs.

Baking Powder – 1 tsp.

Cooking:

  1. In a separate bowl, you need to mix oatmeal, flour, and baking powder.

2. In another bowl, mix kefir, honey, and one egg.

3. Then whip the egg whites into steady peaks. To do this, they can be pre-cooled and add a little salt while whisking.

4. After that, combine the dry ingredients with the liquid components, after which gently add egg white foam into the dough. Mix all the resulting mass and leave for 15 minutes in a calm state.

5. Pears need to be washed, peeled, and then cut into cubes.

6. Cover the slow cooker bowl with baking paper, lay a pear cut into slices out there, and pour the dough on the top of the fruits.

7. Turn the slow cooker on for the Baking program, and cook the pie for about 40 minutes.

4. Cottage cheese pie

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(64 kcal / 100 g, Proteins-9 g, Fats-3.2, Carbs-7 g)

Zero fat cottage cheese – 300g

Ripe cherry (preferably fresh, but can also be frozen) – 200 g

Egg

Semolina – 2 tbsp.

Baking soda (pinch)

Sour cream (15% fat) – 1 tbsp.

Cooking:

  1. In deep dishes, mix the cottage cheese with semolina, add egg and baking soda. Mix all components thoroughly.

2. Wash and dry the cherry. Then add the berries to the curd mass.

3. At the very end, add sour cream to the dough.

4. Lubricate the silicone mold with a little butter, then pour the whole curd mass there.

5. Bake the pie in the oven at 180 degrees for about half an hour.

5. Oatmeal Pie

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(210 kcal / 100 g, Proteins-10 g, Fats-5, Carbs-21 g)

Oatmeal flakes – 2.5 tbsp.

Coconut chips – 0.75 tbsp.

Sugar – 175 g

Flour rye – 150 g

Baking Powder Half Teaspoon

Low-fat milk – 80 ml

Chicken Egg – 1 pc.

Cooking:

  1. Mix oatmeal with chopped coconut flakes.

2. Mix rye flour and baking powder, mix the dry ingredients together.

3. Separately, beat a chicken egg with sugar. Add milk there.

4. Combine the two mixtures, dry and liquid. Then mix the dough well.

5. Pour the dough into a silicone mold and place it in the oven for 20 minutes at 180 degrees.

6. Kefir pie

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(120 kcal / 100 g, Proteins-6 g, Fats -4, Carbs-22 g)

Corn flour – 80 g

Chicken eggs – 2 pcs.

Zero Fat Kefir – 110 ml

Bananas – 100 g

Baking powder pinch

Vanilla sugar – 10 g

Cooking:

  1. Mix cornflour with vanilla sugar and baking powder.

2. In a separate bowl, beat the eggs, and then add the kefir to them.

3. In a liquid mixture gently add the dry mass. In this case, it is tedious to constantly stir the dough so as not to form lumps.

4. Take a silicone baking dish and pour all the dough into it. Cut the banana into pieces and lay them on top in any order. Put the pie in the oven for 25 minutes (200 degrees)

7. Pie without flour

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(80 kcal / 100 g, Proteins-7 g, Fats -3, Carbs-13 g)

Peaches – 3 pcs.

Single egg

Low-fat kefir – 500 ml

Oatmeal – 4 tbsp.

Semolina – 5 tbsp.

Baking soda

Cinnamon and vanilla

Dates – 7 pcs.

Cooking:

  1. In a bowl, you need to pour kefir and add a little baking soda to it.

2. Then separately beat the egg and add it to kefir, and mix the whole mass.

3. Add semolina into the same mass, oatmeal, vanilla, and cinnamon too. Mix all the dry ingredients together, and leave the dough for 15 minutes so that the decoys will swell.

4. Wash the dates, remove the seeds from them, and cut them into small pieces.

Wash and cut into thin circles the peaches. Then lay the fruits out on the bottom of the silicone mold, after which pour the dough on the top of the fruits.

5. Bake the cake for 40 minutes at 190 degrees. It should be removed after complete cooling.

8. Pumpkin pie

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(150 kcal / 100 g, Proteins-7 g, Fats-8, Carbs-16 g)

Pumpkin pulp – 500 g

Oatmeal – 270 g

Two eggs

Low-fat yogurt without sugar and fruit additives – 210 ml

Walnuts – 120 g

Cooking:

  1. Peel and clean pumpkin from the seeds, and then cut into pieces. Then bake it in the microwave to a soft state.

2. Then beat the pumpkin with a blender to make a puree.

3. Mix oatmeal with chicken eggs, and then add yogurt to these ingredients.

4. Chop walnuts finely with a knife, mix them with the dough, and then add the baked pumpkin there too. Thoroughly mix all ingredients.

5. Grease the baking pan with a small piece of butter, pour the dough into it, and put the pie in the oven (200 degrees) for half an hour.

9. Orange Pie

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Calories / 100g: 124.22; Fat / 100g: 1.72; Protein / 100g: 5.93; Carbs / 100g: 21.9

Ingredients:

For the dough:

– 200 g of cottage cheese;

– 50-60 g of honey (you can use dietary syrups or sugar substitutes);

– 1 egg;

– 30 g of corn flour;

– 100 g of oatmeal;

– 0.5 tsp. baking soda;

– a little salt.

Ingredients for the filling:

– 200-250 g of orange;

– 200-250 g apples;

– 40-60 g of honey;

– 20 g of starch (potato or corn).

Topping:

– 30-40 g of oatmeal;

– 3 g butter;

– 1 / 3-1 / 4 tsp. honey

Cooking:

  1. Mix cottage cheese, egg, and honey. If the cheese is granular, it is better to use a blender. If it is in a pack (pasty), then it can be mixed with a spoon or fork.

2. Pour oatmeal, cornmeal, baking soda, and a pinch of salt. Stir well. Depending on the humidity of the curd, more or fewer flakes may be needed. You can replace some of them with oat bran.

3. The consistency of the resulting mass should be thick and slightly sticky.

4. Put the curd mixture on the bottom of the silicone mold. Distribute evenly with wet hands, while it is not necessary to strongly press down the mass. Set aside for baking soda started working and the dough rose a little.

5. Prepare the ingredients for the filling. Remove the cores from the apples and cut them into small cubes. Orange is used completely. Zest (including the white part) with three small graters. Cut the flesh with a very sharp knife so that as little juice as possible flows out. Add starch and honey, mix thoroughly. The amount of honey is adjusted depending on the sweetness of apples and oranges.

6. Distribute the fruit mass on top of the dough layer.

7. Cooking topping. Hands mix the oatmeal with softened butter, honey, and a pinch of salt. Should get a crumbly mass. Sprinkle the pie over the top. Put it in the oven for 30-40 minutes (until browning crumbs).

8. Healthy and tasty pastries are ready. Crispy dressing keeps the juiciness of the filling and does not form a dry crust.

Orange pie is suitable for traditional hot drinks – tea, coffee, cocoa. Ideal with savory fermented milk products – kefir, ryazhenka, yogurt, low-fat sour cream. As a festive dessert option, you can serve a slice of pie with a scoop of ice cream or whipped cream.

10. Banana-Blueberry Pie

Photo by Anna Wlodarczyk on Unsplash

Per 100 grams – 120 kcal

Ingredients:

Ripe bananas – 2pcs (400g);

Frozen or fresh blueberries – 1 cup (200g);

Honey – 3 tablespoons (75g);

Oatmeal – 1 cup (60g);

Walnuts – 20g;

Skimmed milk – 200g;

Baking powder dough – 1/2 tsp;

Cinnamon – 3/4 tsp;

Egg – 1 pc (70g);

Vanilla – 1 tsp;

Powdered sugar (for decoration) – 1 tsp;

Baking Foil

Cooking:

  1. Preheat oven to 190 C.

2. Cut bananas into rings and lay them out on the mold. Add half the blueberries, 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon, 1 tablespoon of honey, and cover with foil and bake for 15 minutes, until the bananas are soft.

3. Mix oatmeal, half of the walnuts, baking powder for the dough, and the remaining cinnamon.

4. Separately, beat the remaining honey, milk, eggs, and vanilla.

5. Get bananas with blueberries from the oven and sprinkle them with oatmeal on top.

6. Then evenly pour the mixture out of milk.

7. Sprinkle with the remaining blueberries and walnuts.

8. Bake the pie in an oven preheated to 190 degrees for about 30 minutes, until a golden crust forms on top.

9. Decorate with icing sugar. Serve warm.

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