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This was so easy and everyone loved it. We ate 2 of these in 2 days! Mine came out a little runny. Next time I'm going to add gelatin or cream cheese or something to help it firm up. Thanks, chia!

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Realtor by day, Chef by night July 11, 2011

This pie could not be easier and more delicious, but it did not set at all for me. I did have a forebodying about it, but since it's Chias recipe and most others had no probs, I decided I was just being paranoid and went ahead. I used the whipped topping, which I usually never use, to get it set better. But, no. Running all over the place. Still yummy, though. Nevertheless, the recipe is worthy of tinkering for me, and I will add 2 teaspoons of unflavored gelatin in lemon juice in future. Hence 3 stars, only.

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rosslare March 01, 2009

Everyone enjoyed, but it came out a little runny for me. I used whipped cream with the sweetened milk and Cool Whip as the fold in. I was still delicious.

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iridemore July 30, 2006

Truly delicious! And SO simple to make! I made this on a balmy autumn day and everyone who sampled it really enjoyed it. And when I explained why I had made it - for the 2005 Strawberry Swap - there were suggestions that I make it again with other berries. As it requires no baking, this recipe would be even more welcome in really hot weather. So I really recommend adding it to your summer deserts cookbooks. I made it with fresh strawberries for the 2005 Strawberry Swap and, since I have no idea what a graham cracker crust is, for the benefit of OZ Zaarites, I used a packet of crushed Granita biscuits with melted butter to make the crust. Granitas are plain, sweet biscuits, almost the standard biscuit used in OZ to make cheesecake crusts. The consistency of this pie was creamy and the lemon juice gave a nice tang to what otherwise could have been too sweet a flavour for some palates. Next summer, I'm looking forward to trying this pie with blueberries and I think with a mixture of raspberries and blackberries. Thank you, chia, for such a delicious and easy-to-make recipe!

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bluemoon downunder June 03, 2005

Wonderful!! This was very easy to prepare and didn't take that long to set up. The only change I made to the recipe was I added strawberries instead of the blueberries for the recipe swap and its worth trying this way too! I can't wait to make it again next time with blueberries.Thanks for a great recipe Chia

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Tearanii May 18, 2005

Delicious! This was the perfect ending to my "I'm not cooking, it's too hot" meal. It was easy to prepare and set up nicely over just a few hours. Blueberries are not a fruit I use often, so this was a nice treat for us.

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Soup Fly * August 01, 2004

Wonderful No Bake pie, chia! Perfect for a summer's day! I made this exactly as directed and the pie is excellent! Creamy, cool and delicious! I whipped heavy cream with a little sugar to use for the 1 cup whipped topping to fold into the pie and it could not have worked out better. Thanks for sharing the recipe, Chia!

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Bev July 19, 2004
Blueberry Cream Pie- No Bake