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10+ Savory and Sweet Keto Pie Recipes

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  Published on September 6th, 2023
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  Last modified August 11th, 2023
Keto pies in a pie dish

From savory, satiating chicken pot pie for dinner to a delightfully sweet pecan pie for dessert, pies are as versatile as they are delicious, and sometimes you might just be craving pie! Since many pies are surrounded by a crust made of grain-based flour and filled with a sugary filling, or are topped with carb-heavy mashed potatoes, you might be wondering if there are any keto-friendly pies out there. 

Fortunately, just because you’re keto doesn’t mean pies are a mere memory. While finding a keto-suitable pie from a restaurant or even a grocery store may be difficult, you can make your own at home. Our talented recipe creators here at Ketogenic.com have been hard at work conjuring up a selection of sweet and savory gourmet keto pie recipes to satisfy your palate. 

Keto Savory Pies for Lunch and Dinner

Pies don’t have to be sweet, and especially in the cooler months, there’s something special about a warm, filling pie for lunch or dinner. Check out these keto main dish pie recipes from Ketogenic.com:

Shepherd’s Pie

This keto shepherd’s pie is a low-carb twist on a traditional and beloved British dish. You might be surprised to learn that this recipe only takes 35 minutes to make. You’ll use many of the classic expected ingredients, such as eggs, butter, and ground lamb (or substitute ground beef). 

keto shepherds pie

You’ll need to use other ingredients like cauliflower to act as your keto replacements for carb-heavy mashed potatoes. This recipe also includes other ingredients for added flavor, such as almonds, smoked Gouda, and basil leaves. British banger sausages are paired with the lamb for extra meatiness!

Taco Pie

It doesn’t have to be Taco Tuesday for you to enjoy a keto taco pie! This unique low-carb pie dish is inspired by tacos, perhaps the most popular Mexican street food. To make this keto taco pie, you’ll need 10 minutes of prep time and 22 minutes of cook time for a total of just over half an hour. The dough is made of mozzarella cheese, almond flour, cream cheese, and a large egg. The filling has ground beef, taco seasoning, and other seasonings. The dough and filling are surprisingly easy to make. Top your taco pie with the usual taco classics, including sour cream, avocado, and shredded cheddar cheese. 

Chicken Pot Pie

This keto chicken pot pie recipe is the perfect low-carb replacement for a traditional carb-heavy chicken pot pie made with grain-based flour pastry. This recipe takes just over an hour to complete, including 20 minutes of prep time. Your keto crust is comprised of mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, almond flour, one large egg, chopped basil, baking powder, and garlic powder. For the chickenlicious filling, you’ll need butter, chicken breast, onion, garlic powder, onion powder, heavy cream, chicken broth, green beans, and broccoli. Members of the keto community here at Ketogenic.com are raving about how this low-carb crust tastes so similar to the traditional refined flour crust used in most pot pies.

Vegetable Pie

vegetable pie

Growing up, you might remember being told to eat your vegetables. Eating veggies is part of a healthy balanced ketogenic diet, but you might not always be craving them. It doesn’t always have to be broccoli on the side; this keto vegetarian-friendly vegetable pie is one way to level up your veggie game and keep things interesting.

You’ll need 15 minutes of prep time and 40 minutes of cooking time, and you’ll be enjoying your veggie pie in just under an hour. The crust is a blend of almond flour, chia seeds, xanthan gum, butter, egg, and salt. For the filling, you’ll need more eggs, cream cheese, shredded cheese, broccoli, garlic, and your choice of leafy greens. Top with goat cheese for a creamy garnish.

Keto Sweet Dessert Pies

The recipe section on our site offers so many tempting dessert pies, it might be hard to believe they’re low-carb, sugar-free, and perfectly suited for keto dieters. Appease your sweet tooth with these keto dessert pie recipes:

Pumpkin Pie

It doesn’t have to be fall or Thanksgiving for you to enjoy the distinct flavor of a pumpkin pie. Did you know the average slice of pumpkin pie has a whopping 25 grams of sugar? This 1-hour keto pie pumpkin recipe from scratch is exactly that; everything down to the crust is made from scratch, so it’s surprising that there are only 15 minutes of prep time, and each delectable slice only has three grams of net carbs! Go ahead and have another if your macros allow. You deserve it! The ingredients for the crust include eggs, coconut oil, coconut flour, and sugar-free powdered sweetener. The filling is a smooth blend of unsweetened pumpkin puree, non-dairy milk of your choice, keto maple syrup, cinnamon, and arrowroot powder.

If you already have a keto pie crust ready, try this classic keto pumpkin pie ready in 45 minutes. Just add the filling and bake! 

Apple Pie

Apples aren’t really keto-friendly. Just one medium apple clocks in at around 20-25 grams of carbs, which could be enough to push you out of ketosis. [1]

Some keto dieters include a minor amount of apples in their diet here and there, while others don’t. That being said, this delicious keto apple pie recipe topped with a buttery crumble uses just two medium red apples for the entire pie. One or two slices of apple won’t be too many carbs for most keto dieters and gives you the delightful experience of eating real fresh apples. This recipe takes just over one hour to complete, and it’s best paired with keto ice cream!

Keto apple pie

Apple Pie Trifle

Kick it up a notch and impress your guests with this 25-minute keto “apple” pie trifle. Apple pie is popular during the holiday season and just about any time you want something sweet and comforting. This recipe uses chayote squash instead of real apples to provide the texture of fruit without the carbs. The brown sugar sweetener alternative, cinnamon, and erythritol bring the honeyed flavor. The result is a sweet, rich, cinnamon-spiced dessert won’t leave you feeling deprived.

Apple Cake With Apple Pie Crumble

Apple cake is a comforting classic dessert, but it’s generally not an option for keto dieters trying to keep it low-carb. However, you can sink your chompers into this 45-minute keto apple cake with apple pie crumble recipe that uses a small amount of apple along with other keto sweeteners like erythritol and a brown sugar replacement. Ingredients like bourbon vanilla bean powder, eggs, butter, cinnamon, and almond flour come together to make a rich and satisfying cake with a coconut flake topping.

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Pie

If you’re a peanut butter lover and a chocolate fanatic, this 30-minute keto peanut butter and chocolate pie is the ultimate dessert recipe for you. Your low-carb tastebuds will rejoice when you pair your keto peanut butter chocolate pie with keto ice cream and some vibrant berries. This recipe calls for butter, almond flour, cocoa powder, mascarpone cheese, peanut butter, heavy whipping cream, and monk fruit sweetener. Add unsweetened chocolate chips if you’d like.

Pecan Pie

keto pecan pie

You don’t have to avoid dessert when the pecan pie comes around; instead, you can enjoy this keto pecan pie! There are only 10 minutes of prep time and 57 minutes of cook time before you can dig into this low-carb take on a carb-heavy holiday dessert. The keto pie crust is brimming with a pecan filling that uses whole pecans, sugar-free maple syrup, eggs, butter, and vanilla extract.

Keto Pie Crust

If you have a pie crust ready to go, it’s easy to add a keto filling and whip up a keto dessert pie on the spur of the moment! You could even have some fun with it and experiment with different fillings to invent your own low-carb pie. This golden brown keto pie crust recipe only requires 20 minutes and four simple ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, eggs, and grass-fed butter.

Steph Green is a content writer specializing in and passionate about healthcare, wellness, and nutrition. Steph has worked with marketing agencies, written medical books for doctors like ‘Untangling the Web of Dysfunction,’ and her poetry book ‘Words that Might Mean Something.’ In 2016, after four years of struggling with her own health problems and painful autoimmune disease, Steph developed a life-changing and extensive knowledge of keto, nutrition, and natural medicine. She continues on her healing journey and enjoys helping others along the way.



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