I found a very low fat and somewhat comparitively low sugar attractive apple tart recipe today. I made it and it was quite good considering this. Moist! If anyone is interested, find it at aseasyasapplepie.com/low-fat-apple-cake/
I used a 9 inch pie plate and found the recipe called for one too many apples. That would lower the calories and carbs a little. The author said it serves 10 to 11, but in my world it serves 8. The nutrition info based on 10-11 servings with all of the apple, which I found too much, is as follows:
I used Granny Smith apples and made the recipe exactly as directed, other than the apple reduction. My Central European husband liked the lemon zest flavoring with the apple. I liked it, but still feel like the more typical American cinnamon flavoring would be even yummier. The author is clearly European, I think. Just a difference in taste.
Current daily goals I try not to exceed (at least by much):
1,240 calories, 155 g total carbs (25 g fiber), 41 g fat (14 g saturated fat), 63 g or more protein
My main goals are to get back into my normal BMI range, lower my cholesterol, and maintain my other normal blood levels.
cyndee , Thanks for the link. We love Granny Smith apples. I'll go with cinnamon when I make it.
I'll confess that though my hubby likes just the lemon zest flavor, I have actually sprinkled the pie with cinnamon because I prefer it so much.
The recipe calls for 700 g thinly sliced apples. I think I only used about 550 g or so (just about or even under 3 large Granny Smith apples). The batter should pretty much completely cover the first apple layer spread evenly. Only the second apple layer should be above the batter level.