But a piece of pumpkin pie is typically 14 WW points. So if you are trying to stay on track and want to enjoy pumpkin pie, you will love this this Weight Watchers Crustless Pumpkin Pie. Not only is it low WW points (only 2 WW points on blue per serving!), it's low-carb and gluten-free and has no artificial sweeteners/sugar substitutes, so it's a healthy crustless pumpkin pie.
You know how sometimes when you have ice cream you want a cone and sometimes you just want the ice cream? Well, this is the same thing.
Don't get me wrong, I LOVE crust, especially my No Fail Pie Crust (Cold Water Pastry), However, I don't always want all the calories and carbs that come with pie crust. Sometimes I just want pumpkin pie filling and this No Crust Pumpkin Pie (also known as Impossible Pumpkin Pie) is perfect for those times! In fact, it's so perfect that you won't even miss the crust.
I have been following the Weight Watchers program for 20 ish years. I'm not a WW representative, I just believe in the program because it mirrors my own healthy balance philosophy. Weight Watchers simply provides you with the tools to be able to accurately track how much you should eat of what foods, in order to achieve that balance. And it's great for those of us who are obsessed with food - we still get to think about it all the time, but in a healthier way! You can read about my read about my personal Weight Watchers (WW) Journey HERE, if you are interested.
🍰Weight Watchers Desserts
I started creating my own Weight Watchers recipes (making dishes lighter and healthier) when I found a dish I liked, but was super high in points. But it was when I noticed a shift to artificial sweeteners that I was really motivated to start creating my own WW dessert recipes. Artificial sweeteners were not even 'a thing' when I first started Weight Watchers back in the day. And I cannot stand the taste of them or how those sugar substitutes make me feel. So if you feel the same way, check out my other Weight Watchers Dessert Recipes (WW dessert recipes) without artificial sweeteners!
This no crust pumpkin pie is a really great way to 'have your pie and eat it too' when you are following the Weight Watchers program. There are a lot of recipes for this type of pie out there, but this one is real food and WW friendly! For this recipe, you'll need:
- pumpkin purée (real or canned)
- eggs (there's no need to use an egg substitute because eggs are zero points on the blue plan)
- maple extract
- pumpkin pie spice
- brown sugar
- fat-free evaporated milk
💭Can crustless pumpkin pie be made in advance?
Yes, you can make this no crust pumpkin pie in advance, but I wouldn't make it more than a day ahead - it's not as springy and gets a little spongy/soggy. You can store it for up to 3 days in the fridge but again, each day it gets spongier.
This Weight Watcher Crustless Pumpkin Pie is light, quick and easy to make and totally satisfying. I serve it with light real whipped cream because it’s only 1 point for 4 tablespoons and I love whipped cream! There are a couple of different brands you can buy (see Recipe NOTES.) And this WW dessert is one that the whole family will love. My kids really loved this pie as well!
If you're looking for a WW friendly Thanksgiving meal (gluten-free) then give my Slow Cooker Turkey breast with Quinoa Cranberry Dressing (6 WW points on blue) a try!
🥗Weight Watchers Friendly Holiday Side Dishes
If you are looking for WW friendly holiday side dishes to go with your holiday dinner and dessert then try these!
Turnip & Apple Casserole (Light) (3 WW points on blue)
Corn Succotash (Gluten-free) (1WW point on blue)
So, if you are looking for an easy and delicious WW friendly crustless pumpkin pie (without artificial sweeteners) that the whole family will love, give this one a try!
📋 Crustless Pumpkin Pie Recipe
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F and spray a pie plate with non-stick cooking spray.
- In a mixing bowl, combine all ingredients. Mix with an electric mixer until combined (30 seconds) scraping sides of bowl.
- Pour into a pie plate.
- Bake at 400 degrees F for 15 minutes.
- Reduce heat to 375 degrees F and bake for 30-40 minutes more, until pie is set (cake tester or toothpick comes out clean)