Low Carb Walnut Pecan Tart

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Walnut Pecan Tart
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Smaller Crust 8”
  1. 1¾ C Almond Flour
  2. ½ C Ground Pecans
  3. 6 T Just Like Sugar Brown*** (Paleo) Or 9 Drops Liquid Sucralose***
  4. ½ C Melted Butter
Filling
  1. 2 Eggs
  2. ¾ C Just Like Sugar Brown***
  3. ½ C Melted Butter
  4. ¼ C SugarFree Maple Syrup***
  5. 2 T Heavy Cream
  6. 1 t Vanilla Extract
  7. 2 T Brandy (Optional)
  8. ½ C Chopped Walnuts
  9. ½ C Chopped Pecans
Crust
  1. Preheat oven to 350°.
  2. Put almond flour into a medium bowl.
  3. In a small processor add pecans and Just Like Sugar Brown and process until pecans are ground.
  4. Add pecan mixture to almond flour and mix in melted butter.
  5. Mix all ingredients and press into an 8"x1¼” removable bottom cake pans or corresponding sized spring-form pan.
  6. Blind bake crust 12-15 minutes and then “tamp down” as it will puff up. Return to oven for about 5-10 additional minutes or until it starts to turn just ever so slightly brown. If it has puffed up again knock it back down.
  7. Leave oven on.
Filling
  1. Add eggs, Just Like Sugar Brown, syrup, melted butter, vanilla to medium bowl & beat until smooth.
  2. Add heavy cream and brandy, if using, and mix thoroughly.
  3. Fold in nuts, pour into pie shell, and bake for 25-30 minutes. Tart will puff up and then fall when removed from the oven and should just giggle a little in the center.
  4. Put on rack and cool completely.
  5. For the very best results cover and refrigerate for at least 4-5 hours as the tart will get really thick just like any other pecan pie.
  6. Serve with a dollop of whipped cream.
  7. 10 Servings
  8. 415 Calories, 7.3g Protein, 42.2g Fat, 6.5g Carbs, 3.5g Fiber, 3.0g Net Carbs
Notes
  1. Nutritionals include crust.
  2. For a pecan tart or pie, substitute the walnuts for more pecans.
  3. Don’t think your crust will be dry. The filling soaks into it and it becomes just as dense and chewy as the filling.
  4. Nuts will not float to the top but stay nicely placed throughout the tart. (See Picture)
  5. Absolutely no need to grease pan as crust has so much butter in it. Each wedge will come out slicker than a whistle.
  6. Don't ask me how you can turn the ingredients listed into an absolutely fabulous low carb walnut pecan tart. It is beyond me and with a keto fat ratio of 91%.
  7. CAVEAT: I use the ingredients that I feel are the best available, for me personally. If you decide to make this (and I sure hope you do) I am unable to vouch for substitute sweeteners. I have multiple reasons for NOT using eryritol, oligosaccharides or food grade glycerin(e) and one of them is they are not as low in carbs as you may have been lead to believe.
  8. I do occasionally used EZ-Sweetz liquid Sucralose as it adds a different depth of sweetness rather than leaving something one dimensional and neither of the products used here have any carbs in them no matter how much you use. None of the above mentioned can begin to say that which is why you see a nutritional label for 1 t or God forbid ½ t.
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