Crustless Sweet Potato Pie

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Crustless Sweet Potato Pie is a delicious pie made with sweet potatoes, a brown sugar-oat crumble topping and without a crust.!  Since there is no crust, this dessert is a healthier alternative and super easy to make!

Every Thanksgiving, I look forward to making Crustless Pumpkin Pie.  It’s always delicious, a bit healthier, and never disappoints.   This year I thought it would be fun to mix things up and try a sweet potato version of this favorite pie.  I love sweet potatoes just as much as I love pumpkin, so why not try a Crustless Sweet Potato Pie!

Sweet Potato Pie made without crust.

Making pies without crust not only saves calories, but it is so easy to just whip together in a matter of minutes.    No rolling, cutting, or messing with pie dough beforehand.  Just mix up the filling, pour it into the dish and bake. Since there is no crust or barrier between the filling and the pie plate, the key to making a successful pie without crust is to make sure it doesn’t stick.

For years I tried several methods, but the pie would still either leave a residue or just be difficult to remove.  Finally, I tried PAM Baking spray, which does the trick every time!  Just a little (zero calorie!) spray on the bottom of the pie plate and the Crustless Sweet Potato Pie slides right out.

Crustless Sweet Potato Pie

For this pie, I used fresh sweet potatoes, baked them at 425F for 45 minutes.   To make it easier to remove the skins, I ran the potatoes under cool water, slipped the skins off and put them in a food processor.  Then process the potatoes into a puree, add the remaining wet ingredients, and continue to process until smooth.  Last, I combined the sweet potato mixture with the dry ingredients, pour into the pie plate, sprinkle the top with a brown sugar-oat crumble and bake.  Easy!


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Crustless Sweet Potato Pie
Yields: 8 servings
  • ¼ cup packed brown sugar
  • ¼ cup oats
  • 1 tablespoon butter (I use light butter)
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 pound cooked, peeled sweet potatoes (see note)
  • 1 can (12 ounces) fat free evaporated milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • ½ cup packed brown sugar
  • ½ cup whole wheat pastry flour (or all-purpose flour)
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • ¾ teaspoon baking powder
  • PAM Baking spray
  1. Preheat oven to 350F degrees.
  2. First prepare topping: In a small bowl, combine brown sugar, oats and cinnamon. Add butter and mix until combined (I find it works best to use my fingers to mix this). Set aside.
  3. Put cooked sweet potatoes in a food processor and process until smooth. Add evaporated milk, eggs and vanilla and process again until combined.
  4. In a medium bowl, whisk together brown sugar, flour, cinnamon, pumpkin pie spice and baking powder. Add sweet potato mixture and fold until combined.
  5. Spray 9-inch round pie plate with PAM Baking spray. Pour sweet potato mixture into prepared pie dish. Sprinkle top with oat topping.
  6. Bake for 50 to 55 minutes, or until set. Remove from oven and cool for 10 minutes and then move to a refrigerator to chill for at least 4 hours to overnight.
I baked about 4 potatoes potatoes at 425F for 45 minutes, or until softened. To make it easier to remove the skins, I run the cooked potatoes under cold water and then remove skins before place in the food processor. Boiling or microwaving to cook the potatoes work fine too.

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  1. Looks so delicious.. love the color !

  2. That looks delicious! My favorite Thanksgiving food is the good ole Campbell’s green bean casserole. I keep saying I’m going to try a non-can of soup version, but it’s just so easy and good that way!

  3. Looks so good! My Mom’s stuffing is my favorite Thanksgiving dish.

  4. Mashed potatoes with gravy.

  5. This looks delicious! My mother-in-law loves sweet potatoes, I will have to try to make this for her.

    My favorite food for thanksgiving is broccoli cheese casserole. Growing up we always spent Thanksgiving at my aunt/uncle’s house, and they made the best broccoli cheese casserole. My dad and I would always fight over the leftovers. Before I had my first Thanksgiving at my husband’s parent’s house, his mom asked me what were my favorites for the holiday, and of course, I told her about the casserole. Sure enough, she makes it every year, and I love her dearly for it! Amongst tons of other things, of course 🙂

  6. Love sweet potato so much more than pumpkin. What a great pie! Pinned and shared.

  7. White meat turkey and mashed potatoes

  8. Pie. Pumpkin Pie (or I may be a sweet potato pie convert, I’ll have to try the recipe first to find out) is the best Thanksgiving food ever! I think I shall pin this too.

  9. I am a huge fan of dressing. I only have it at Thanksgiving so I go crazy for it when the holiday comes around!

  10. my fave is sweet potato pie! this looks delicious!

  11. Stuffing! I love stuffing with gravy poured all over it!

  12. I like sweet potato casserole.

  13. Mashed potatoes and stuffing are a tie. Yum!

  14. My favorite Thanksgiving food is definitely the green bean casserole. and stuffing. and mashed potatoes. and pumpkin dessert. Yeah, I’m a fan of Thanksgiving. 🙂

  15. My favorite thanksgiving food is a tie between my bacon and biscuit dressing and the rolls! Load me up with carbs and I’m a happy camper!

  16. My favorite thanksgiving food is stuffing.

  17. The stuffing is the best.

  18. Love hot, fresh rolls. And sweet potatoes any which way.

  19. Looks delicious! I love dessert the best. Homemade cinnamon ice cream and my grandma’s apple pie are my favorites.

  20. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is Sausage and Cornbread Stuffing.

  21. My favorite is turkey and stuffing and cranberries! Three!!

  22. Rebekah Bland says:

    Love the roasted vegetables! Brussels sprouts ,mushrooms, asparagus, bacon and onions

  23. love stuffing thanks

  24. My favorite is sweet potatoes and mashed potatoes with gravy.

  25. My favorite is this Pumpkin Butter Cheesecake Pie:

  26. My favorite food at Thanksgiving is turkey gravy slathered on everything! I love green bean casserole too, which I always make.

  27. Stuffing is one of my favorite foods at Thanksgiving. Thank you for this giveaway.

  28. Clarissa H says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving food is the desserts! Love the pie table!!

  29. Thanksgiving I always make room for my favorite – the pies!

  30. I absolutely love butternut squash I’ve been making it roasted with cranberries, apples, butter and brown sugar it is the best appetizer or snack on any fall day!

  31. White meat and mashed potatoes with gravy is the best.

  32. My favorite is our traditional cornbread dressing and gravy made from homemade broth. It’s totally decadent gravy but hey, it’s once a year.

  33. Love good mashed potatoes and good gravy.

  34. My favorite is mashed potatoes.

  35. I am a mashed potato girl. I love mashed potatoes with gravy. Although honestly I love all the traditional Thanksgiving foods…

  36. Becky Parker says:

    Fried turkey!!!

  37. My grandmas stuffing. I look forward to it all year!

  38. Susan Christy says:

    Thanksgiving side dishes are something I look forward to every year. Stuffing, crockpot corn, mashed potatoes, candied yams.

  39. Ramona George says:

    My husband loves sweet potato pie!!! I made a sweete potato pie pudding for the last two years because it doesn’t have a crust so I am putting this one on the menu for this year!!!!

  40. I love stuffing

  41. My favorite thanksgiving food is my Granny’s cranberry salad.

  42. Homemade Cranberry Sauce is very good too.

  43. My favorite Thanksgiving food is definitely apple pie!

  44. I always like candied yams.

  45. Sweet Potato Pie is my favorite Thanksgiving food! That’s how I ended up here – looking up a crustless version since I’m trying to be wheat – free 🙂