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.
I made 2 of these the first time I tried this. It was to take to a dessert auction at church. This went for $19. Not bad! Easy, healthy, and tasty. From a Weight Watchers 2001 Cookbook. As written, when cut into 6 pieces, each piece is 3 WW points.
An easy, great looking and tasting pie. It looks like an odd combination but it really is very good! This is a recipe from Kraft. I use sugar free jello and usually omit the drizzled chocolate, which lowers the carbs for diabetics.
and when she says fat free she means it. I am ecstatic. I have hunted for one like this forever. It will not be flaky. If you want flaky, use oil. If you want fat free or need fat free.. here it is. Note I am still working on this one making it.
Ok I see I didn't make this clear enough. If there are any problems you can reach the chef Bryanna Grogan at:
Her messageboard for Vegetarian/low fat/fat free is at vegsource.com
and you can find her main page at bryannaclarkgrogan.com
She responds very quickly to questions or problems and can suggest fillings that will work well with this crust. She also is very open about her work.
Adapted from a recipe in her book “The Almost No-Fat Holiday Cookbook”. Makes a 9” double crust pie or a 10” freeform pie Note: This is per the chef. See the post at the bottom.