Ohhh so refreshing!! Perfect for a hot summer day & it couldn't be any simpler. Stir
together only 4 ingredients & pour into the pie shell & freeze. You are gonna love this!!!
(Prep time does not include freezing.) Keep a couple of these pies on hand in the freezer
for when unexpected guests show up
Different from the others posted here. This recipe doesn't contain Jello but does have cream cheese, sugar, sour cream, vanilla extract, whipped topping (like Cool Whip), fresh strawberries and prepared graham cracker pie crust. I don't want to lose it and will make it soon. This requires 4 hours chilling time. This is from Parade magazine, June 14th, 2009
These are made with cottage cheese and thick, creamy, non-fat yogurt. They only take a few minutes to put together and are sure to impress. The prep time does include the 2 hours chilling but not the time needed to drain the yogurt.
It's like creamy, dense, chocolatey fudge in a pie shell. A recipe of my Mothers that I tweaked a little bit and have made in almost every restaurant that I've been in. A favorite of the chocolate crowd, easy to make and lasts 2 weeks in the fridge after baking (but it'll never last that long!).
This is how it is made in Barbados. The recipe is from totallybarbados.com. It is a great pie. It is sweet enough to be dessert, but with no sugar besides that in the crust and the fructose in the pineapple, it is good for those who don't like supersweet desserts. I used nonfat cream cheese for my own sake; please go ahead and use regular cream cheese if you prefer.
This is my late mother-in-law's recipe. My husband now makes it for our family and friends. He even entered it in a local pie contest and won a blue ribbon! We love the tart, lemon flavor! If you can, make it the day before serving since the taste actually improves after a day.
Note: This recipe uses eggs which have not been fully cooked. Please be sure of your egg source and keep the pie refrigerated.
My grandmother was a wonderful cook, made great pies, and this was my favorite. She always used a homemade pie crust and served it with a dollop of Cool Whip or whipped cream on top. She didn't give me any idea how many bananas to use...so I guessed. She would also use the same custard, making a half batch, for the filling in cream puffs.
I got a cookbook at a sale called The New Jefferson Cookbook and I am going through it to save the recipes that sound good. Next to this recipe, the previous owner wrote "great recipe" so I thought I would post it. The recipe was submitted by Eleanor Vogler. *The recipe didn't say how many apples to use- it simply said to fill a 10" pie plate with sliced apples. This would be great with vanilla ice cream.
While this recipe is good any time it is the first one requested when the fall apples ripen. It was passed to me by a family member. The recipe calls for an 8x8 deep baking pan. Family member uses a corning ware casserole dish for the baking which makes for a lovely dessert. I often bake it in a pie plate and when cool slice and serve as you would pie. Using white sugar in the crumb crust has it so tasting like pastry. Quick and easy to make. NOTE - recently found this recipe from an old family cookbook is called aunties 'Old Fashioned Crumb Cake' and calls for baking in a 425 oven for 40 to 50 minutes or until brown and crisp. Just made it and found baked at the higher temperature it very like an apple crisp - an absolutely delicious version of Almost Apple Pie and another great apple dessert to serve family and friends. Ovens vary - I used a slightly lower oven temp.
My sister-in-law just gave me this recipe from a friend of hers. She does Weight Watchers and I have just joined myself. Her friend told her she made eight pies one week! I am told that a whole pie is 4 points. I have made it crustless and also put it into a reduced fat graham cracker crust. You must adjust points for the latter. This is so easy and so tasty. I hope you enjoy! Don't forget the fat free, sugar free Cool Whip. I am also diabetic, so I added that to the title as well.