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Meat Pie

Orange Icon  Meat Pie

Orange Icon  Meat Pie

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Submitted by: Vonnie

Prep Time: 10 Minutes

Cook Time: 0 Seconds

Servings: 8

I was thinking of Bisquick Impossible Pies and decided to make a healthier version.

  • 1/2 c. flour, spelt, whole-grain, organic
  • 3 egg, omega-3, cage-free, organic
  • 1 c. almond milk, unsweetened, organic
  • 2 c. vegetables, mixed, your favorite, organic
  • 4 oz. cheese, shredded, any type, raw, organic
  • 1/2 tsp. sea salt, unrefined and pure
  • 1 tbs. seasoning or spices of your liking
  • 12 oz. beef, ground, free-range or grass-fed, organic
  • 1/2 tsp. baking powder, organic, gluten & aluminum-free
  • 4 tsp. olive oil, extra virgin, unrefined and unfiltered, organic

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. (190 C)
Mix together spelt flour, baking powder, eggs, milk and olive oil. Set aside. In casserole or large pie plate layer: Meat Vegetables seasonings and salt cheese Pour batter evenly over layers. Cook in oven for 30 to 40 minutes. Let it set for 10 minutes before slicing and serving.

The meat can pretty much be any cooked meat. (I used diced cooked chicken) Great recipe for leftover meat.

Choose your favorite vegetables. (I used mixed vegetables and portabello mushroons) Other good choices might be diced roma tomatoes, spinach, bell pepper, olives, etc.

I also used Mrs Dashs Tomato Basil Garlic and organic mexican blend cheese.

I'm estimating the proteins, carbs and fats. You will need to keep track of what you add and then divide by the number of servings. One cup almond milk = 1 Protein. If you use whole milk - 1 cup = 2 carbs. If you use coconut milk it's free so does not count towards fats, carbs or proteins. If you use coconut flour, it's a free item. I'm estimating the carbs based on the spelt flour and the vegetables divided by 8.
Coaches feel free to correct the counts.

This made a very large pie. Would go well with a nice lettuce salad.

I'm thinking of making a bacon cheeseburger pie next.

If you try this let me know what changes you made. (My husband really liked this pie - it sure did not taste like diet food!)