Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart

Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart

by Soft blue crystal

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Who said that desserts must be high-sugar and high-fat foods? But without sugar, how can it be called dessert? In fact, sugar is not necessary to make desserts. You can also use the taste of the food itself to increase sweetness, or use certain sugar substitute products to reduce the body's intake of sugar.
This low-sugar and low-fat dessert bid farewell to traditional pastries. It looks more like a mousse cake in shape, but it does not use oil, butter, milk, cream, sugar, and traditional high-fat ingredients.
Instead, it uses oats and pumpkin as the main ingredients. The pumpkin polysaccharide contained in pumpkin is a non-specific immune enhancer, which can improve the immune function of the body, promote the production of cytokines, and exert various regulatory functions on the immune system by activating complement and other means. . The β-glucan in oats can slow down the increase in blood glucose, prevent and control obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The dietary fiber rich in oats can clean up the intestinal waste.
Stevia leaves are the same natural plant with extremely low sugar content and high sweetness. The sweetness of stevia leaves is 200 times that of sucrose, and it contains very low calories, fat and sugar. Stevia leaves can be used to replace sugar and become a healthier food sweetener or food additive than sugar. The tea made from stevia leaves can be drunk by diabetic patients, and it is not easy to cause the blood sugar to rise. It can also improve the pancreatic function of diabetic patients, produce body fluids to quench thirst, and relieve dry mouth and tongue.
The calories of pumpkin is 22 calories/100g, the calories of oatmeal is 367 calories/100g, and only 20g of oats are used here, so the calories of this small dessert are really low enough for those who are afraid of fat. Eat it with peace of mind.


Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart

1. Make oatmeal cakes first. Soak the stevia leaves in boiling water for 1 minute.

Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart recipe

2. Remove the stevia leaves and pour into the oats.

Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart recipe

3. Heat on low heat until the oats become larger, and pour them on a baking sheet lined with greased paper. Use a scraper to smooth the oats.
Put it in the oven and bake at 170 degrees for 10 minutes. Take out and let cool.

Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart recipe

4. Pumpkin sliced and steamed.
Put the cooked pumpkin in a cooking cup and beat well. Put the pumpkin puree into the piping bag. If there are still particles that are not evenly beaten, you can use a rolling pin to crush them through the piping bag.

Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart recipe

5. Use mousse rings to shape the cold pumpkin pie.

Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart recipe

6. Place the mousse ring on the plate, spread a piece of oatmeal cake for the base, and then squeeze it into the pumpkin puree filling.

Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart recipe

7. Put another piece of oatmeal cake flat, and then squeeze into the pumpkin puree, and put the four pieces of oatmeal cake and pumpkin puree directly.

Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart recipe

8. Bring the water soaked in stevia leaves to a boil, pour it into the ice powder and stir evenly.

Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart recipe

9. Pour the ice powder liquid into the mousse ring and let it stand for the surface to solidify.

Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart recipe

10. After the surface is solidified, decorate with colored beads, this step can be omitted.

Sugar-free and Oil-free Pumpkin Oatmeal Tart recipe


1. The oatmeal cake must be spread evenly, so that there will be no pores on the surface after baking.
2. After the pumpkin is steamed, there is a lot of water inside. If you add water when whipping, the filling will become very wet. But without water, it is more difficult to make a fine paste. It can be beaten a few times and then mix well and continue to beat.
3. Ice powder powder is a white powder that melts in boiling water and solidifies after cooling. It can be bought online.
4. The surface decoration can be omitted, but it must be decorated before eating, otherwise it will melt.


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