This Luscious, Creamy, No- Bake Fresh Strawberry Cream Pie is Keto, Gluten Free, Grain Free, low carb and even nut free too!
Fresh Strawberry Cream Pie
No Bake ecipes are the joy of the spring and summer season for me. Fresh strawberries are in season and I love to use them when they are nice and ripe. You could certainly use another low carb berry of choice like raspberry, but my family loves strawberry. If you're into Blueberry I've got this awesome No Bake Blueberry Cream Pie!
Life a little easier when no oven time is needed and you just want to put together a pretty dessert for company or to take to a party.
Nut Free Low Carb Strawberry Pie
This pie is everything you want in a dessert. It's mouthwatering layers of crunchy crust, smooth sweet mousse, perfectly ripe strawberries and sweet sugar free vanilla whipped cream, make it one of those recipes your family will ask you to make over and over again. I make many of my recipes nut free using coconut flour or sesame and even sunflower since my youngest is allergic to tree nuts. You can definitely replace the sunflower seeds in the crust with a nut if you prefer.
The strawberries on top are not included in the nutritional info below as I went a little heavy on them for the pics and this would increase your carb content. Just a few will do for decoration when serving.
As long as you have a few kitchen appliances like a food processor or chopper of some sort and a KitchenAid mixer or handheld mixer, this recipe comes together quickly.
Did you know you can even make desserts in your slow cooker? I love doing that in the summer and have this yummy Blueberry Custard Cake you might love!
Low Carb Keto Strawberry Cream Pie
I love to WOW my friends and family when I make a pie like this and everyone is shocked when they taste it because they just can't believe it's made without sugar, low in carbs, and nut free too!
Love that, don't you?!
Love Strawberries? You might also like my No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Dip or something savory like my Strawberry Salsa Shrimp Lettuce Cups.
Low Carb No Bake Strawberry Cream Pie
Crust (First Layer)
- 1 cup sunflower seeds raw, unsalted
- 1 cup coconut shredded unsweetened
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- ¼ cup butter softened
Filling (Second Layer)
- ¼ teaspoon Berry liquid stevia or Vanilla or clear
- 1 teaspoon gelatin
- 4 oz strawberries
- 8 oz cream cheese softened
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- ½ cup heavy cream
- 2 tablespoon water
- 8 oz strawberries sliced
Topping (Last Layer)
- ½ teaspoon Vanilla liquid stevia
- 2 cups heavy cream
- Place all crust ingredients into a food processor and pulse until they are the consistency of fine crumbs. Grease a 10-inch springform pan. Spread crust ingredients onto the bottom of the pan.
- Place the water into a small saucepan and sprinkle the gelatin over it. Heat on low, stirring constantly until the gelatin completely dissolves. Allow to cool.
- Place all the remaining filling ingredients, except heavy cream, into the food processor and process until smooth. Remove and place this filling mixture into a stand mixer and add heavy cream. Combine, on high, until mixture is whipped. Slowly blend in the cooled gelatin for another minute. Spread this mixture onto the crust. Lay sliced strawberries over the filling.
- For the topping, pour the heavy cream into a stand mixer with Vanilla Crème Sweet Drops and blend until whipped. Taste and adjust Sweet Drops as needed. Smooth this over the strawberries. Refrigerate for 2 – 3 hours or overnight.
Hi Brenda, I prefer baked crusts. Do you have a substitute I can use? Does not need to be nut free for me. Thank you
I made this for our Mother’s Day party and it was such a hit with everyone! I’m the only one in the family eating keto, but this pie made everyone happy! I wish I could post a picture of the pie because it was so pretty. Perfect for a spring celebration.
Wondering if I can use the sunflower seeds I already have which are toasted and salted. Recipe calls for raw and unsalted, but it seems to my taste buds that a little more crunchy (toasted) and salty would make a great crust...?? Excited to make this for the family for VDay! =D
So after two months of this pandemic of eating carbs,. It was time to go back low carb and sugar free. Your site makes it easy for our household and we are grateful! For dessert I decided to try this recipe. we love iit! But i had to substitute and change some things with what i had at home. So I used a sf jello mix and used 1/2 c. Of water, put in a small sauce pot until disolved and omitted the stevia and fruit. It came out great. We will be using this recipe again for our sweet tooth. By the way I liked your comment when you say you make these recipes for the picky eater. Your recipes are quick and simple. Thank you!
Thanks so much!
Can i use frozen raspberries thawed as substitute for fresh strawberries?
Sure, I would just thaw and drain the frozen raspberries.
This may be my new favourite recipe. I don't bother with the crust, just make a Strawberry Mousse and I love it!
Pcan I make the dessert a day ahead?
Hi Brenda, how long does this stay good in the fridge? I need to make it the day before we actually eat it.. Was planning on making it in the afternoon and we would be eating it the next day at noon. Thank you!
Oh it's fine for up to 3 days in the fridge.
I'm dairy and gluten TERRIBLY INTOLERANT. What can I use for heavy creamer. These desserts look so delicious. Thanks
This looks amazing! My daughter loves strawberries.
Can I replace the Stevia liquid with Erythritol?
Of course, use whatever sweetener you like. I'd say if you have the Swerve confectioners to use that as any granulated sweetener will make this gritty not smooth.
hey Brenda, my name is Trevor I've been working on learning how to bake , with my sister just , want to say thankyou for all your recipes this one was a real hit.
all i can say is this is mouthwatering. I cant wait to try it myself
How long would this keep in the fridge, please? Also, have you ever tried freezing it? I was thinking of making individual portions so I can save some for later, rather than keeping the whole dessert in my fridge. Thanks!
This recipe isn't sugar free, you still use Stevia, which is still technically sugar.
Incorrect. Stevia is not technically sugar. It is a natural plant, completely sugar free, doesn't spike blood sugar and is not artificial. No relation to sugar in the least. The leaves are boiled down to produce the liquid stevia. Please do some research.
Where is the video please?