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    2 Reviews |  By SXYNTV

    I saw this on Facebook and thought it would be fun to make. It looked easy, and I thought it would be a great recipe to share with everyone on Food.com.

    Recipe #507064

    This was from Prevention- March 1994. You can't go wrong with this flavorful dessert. With only 10% of calories from fat, this recipe is a lifesaver when your sweet-tooth is aching for a treat. I don't know what Zaar will come up with, but here are the stats from Prevention: Serves 8, 156 calories, 1.7 g.fat, 2.1 g.dietary fiber, 5 g. protein, 32.6 g.carbs, 2 g.cholesterol, 80mg.sodium.

    Recipe #321620

    My mom made this dessert for Thanksgiving the first year I was a Weight Watcher and it went better then the pecan or pumpking pies. 3 points per serving. Sorry, this recipe isn't core.

    Recipe #158671

    I found a delightful little box in my bottom turnaround. It was labeled recipes. I sifted through and separated all the hand written ones: My mother's patience for baking was thin, but she did make this no-bake pie every year come Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #220625

    5 Reviews |  By Bayhill

    This is a delicious change from the traditional pecan pie.

    Recipe #164670

    After moving to Texas from the north, I was introduced to baked sweet potatoes as a side dish, a nice change from the usual baking potato. These are "baked" in the microwave, a real time-saver!

    Recipe #128804

    I've been making this wonderful pie for years. It's so easy and tasty. Everyone wonders what's in it. This pie can bake while you eat dinner and then, voila...hot apple pie for dessert. Yum! UPDATE: I've been asked if instant pudding mix is OK--yes! When the recipe was published there was no instant; tried the instant in it--works fine! LOL

    Recipe #100480

    This is soooo yummy and rich with chocolate. It is also super easy to prepare and comes out looking and tasting delicious. Chill time not included.

    Recipe #29084

    This is a delicious, refreshing, and very easy change of pace from ordinary pumpkin pie. Very light!! (Not a cheesecake!) My hubby prefers this to regular pumpkin pie!

    Recipe #131049

    Okay, I know this has a weird name, but we call my ex husband the Plumber and these are his FAVORITE pies and after we divorced, the nut had the nerve to call me and ask for the recipe. IF he finds it here, he can count himself lucky because neither I, my mom, my grandma or my kids would give him the recipe!!! This recipe has been around my family for over 20 years. It can easily be doubled to make 2 pies.

    Recipe #216990

    A recipe the you will have fun with! This will also make a good treat for Halloween! Adapted from Cooks Recipes.

    Recipe #192364

    Another favorite from the now closed "Miss Daisy's Tearoom" in Franklin, Tennessee. This is the quintessential southern dessert. Her recipe varies slightly from the others on this site, and it's so good I just had to share it. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #113137

    This is a perfect summer pie. I've often used the fat-free versions of cream cheese, sour cream and Cool Whip, and it's still wonderful.

    Recipe #75434

    Took this to a church supper and brought the pie plate home virtually licked clean!

    Recipe #97740

    12 Reviews |  By AB_Fan

    Simply delicious. The tartness of the cream cheese and cherries with the sweetness of the condensed milk and graham cracker crust. Let me just say it's present at just about every family gathering. Chill time not included in Time to Make.

    Recipe #230150

    35 Reviews |  By Derf

    Special dessert for company or special occasion. Make it at least once through berry season. Easy no-bake recipe.

    Recipe #12210

    This chilled pie will be gone right before your eyes. I would buy 8 Butterfingers. One to crush on top of the pie. One to eat.

    Recipe #29478

    28 Reviews |  By KelBel

    I love this dessert. It tastes like a coconut macaroon, and it is simple to make. Drizzle melted chocolate on top and it tastes like a "mounds" bar. This comes from Bisquick.

    Recipe #99952

    It was really hot last weekend here in TX, and I wanted something cool to make. My friend had sent this to me a while back and I decided to make it...boy am I glad! It was delicious!! Very cool and creamy and oh so easy! I used strawberry Jell-o and it turned out a really pretty pink! I can't wait to try lemon Jello-and maybe strawberry-banana Jell-o and wonder what orange Jell-o would be like? Cook time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #102305

    This pie is rich and fantastic. A friend gave me the recipe.

    Recipe #105863

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