Easy recipe for a low-carb, grain-free pie crust with low oxalate keto flour option for all your baking needs during the Holidays or other family celebrations!
Last Autumn, I posted this recipe for a gluten-free pie crust, which I used over the Holidays to meet our guests’ dietary needs.
Several of you tried it and gave it great reviews!
However, others requested a grain-free version for those keeping the carbs in check for digestive or weight loss reasons.
I am happy to report that I now have a low-carb pie crust recipe to share so that you have a broader array of healthy choices this Season!
The recipe consists of five simple ingredients: two blended types of keto flour, butter, egg, and fine sea salt.
While almond flour is my preferred base ingredient for this particular recipe, those sensitive to oxalates can substitute roasted sunflower seeds milled into fresh flour using a coffee or herb grinder.
Your choice of which one to try!
If there is a dairy sensitivity, I suggest no taste, expeller-pressed coconut oil instead of butter.
I don’t suggest ghee for this particular recipe, which is another healthy butter substitute for those sensitive to dairy proteins. The strong flavor of grassfed ghee seems to affect the pie crust flavor in a manner that I don’t find enhancing.
Need more pie crust ideas? Here are a couple of others I make in our home.
Low Carb Pie Crust
Easy recipe for a low carb pie crust with low oxalate keto flour option for all your grain-free, keto baking needs.
Mix flour and sea salt together in a bowl.
Beat egg in a separate bowl and then blend with melted butter.
Slowly mix dry ingredients into the wet ingredients to form a dough ball.
Press out dough with your hands in a greased pie plate to about 1/8 inch thickness. There should be enough dough to go up the sides of the pie plate which you can pinch for decorative purposes if desired.
Prebake pie shell at 375 °F/ 177 °C for 10-15 minutes.
Cool for 10 minutes. Add the desired filling to prepared pie crust and bake as usual.
Low Carb Pie Crust
Amount Per Serving (1 slice)
Calories from Fat 162
% Daily Value*
Saturated Fat 8g40%
Polyunsaturated Fat 1g
Monounsaturated Fat 9g
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.