Low Carb Strawberry Cream Pie Dessert in a Jar

Just because a dessert is sugar free and low carb doesn't mean it can't be a feast for the eyes! This Valentine's Day, have a special treat without all of the extra sugar. This Low Carb Strawberry Cream Pie recipe is such a treat and who doesn't love a dessert in a jar?

I love a pretty dessert bar, so I pulled this one together with a ceramic white tray, red wood garland beads, a pink bowl, my favorite hobnail milk glass vase, and all the pretty camellias from my yard.

Bonus: I dipped the strawberries in Lily's White Chocolate Baking Chips. Lily's is a stevia sweetened, no sugar added baking alternative and tastes wonderful!

Sugar-Free Strawberry Cream Pie Dessert in a Jar

  • 8 oz. cream cheese

  • 1/2 cup water

  • one small pack of sugar free strawberry gelatin

  • 1/2 cup Swerve Confectioners

  • Voortman's sugar-free Almonette cookies

  • 3 Tbsp butter

  • sugar free whipped cream

Here's How

  1. Combine water with strawberry gelatin and Swerve Confectioners in a sauce pan and stir to dissolve. Bring to a boil over medium heat.

  2. Pour gelatin over softened cream cheese and mix to combine. You may have to let it set up in the refrigerator for a few minutes first. Use a mixer.

  3. Fold in half of the container of sugar free whipped cream.

  4. For the crust: Put the softened butter in a food processer with about 3/4 of the package of Almonette cookies and combine.

  5. Assemble your mason jars by adding a layer of the cookie mixture on the bottom, a layer of the gelatin mixture, then top with whipped cream and garnish with a strawberry. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

Makes 8-10 servings in half pint jars.

***To further cut carbs, you can do an almond flour crust instead of the cookie crust, or make it crustless.


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