I have been making this for years... it is also great with any frozen concentrate ( pina colada etc)... and had some pineapple or tosted coconut on top.
I was very skeptical because of too few ingredients, but this is excellent! I would suggest getting more whipped cream for the top as I need to run to the store to get more!
My son made this as part of his "man-can" campaign. Very easy assembly and very very concentrated flavors. Here's what we learned: we filled one crust and felt that it would have been too thin if you had split it between two crusts. It is not a very firm filling, so while it "sets up" a bit, it is a bit messy for serving. On the positive side, it's a snap to put together and as we said, the flavor is great.
I have made this several times and it is always a hit! Thanks for sharing!
Wow this was good! I had seen another version that uses real lime juice but in the interest of time I chose this recipe. Can't get any easier than this! I also froze my pies, I liked that texture better.
This was absolutely wonderful and couldn't be easier. I also used only one graham cracker crust, filled it to the top, and then put the rest in a bowl to eat when the pie was gone. I garnished with dollops of cool whip and half slices of lime. I made this for my son's birthday and he loved it. Thanks for sharing!
I made this pie and must say it was simply scrumptious. It was eaten on the same day. Will prepare it for company and during the holidays.
This was so simple to make and delicious. Very refreshing on a hot day. I agree with SassyLassy about adding the food coloring. The only other thing I would note is that the filling fills one pie crust nicely. It's a little skimpy for two pie crusts.
This is also delicious with frozen pink lemonade, and always a big hit!
I've used a similar recipe for years (non-frozen lime juice) and its ALWAYS a big hit. I like to add 2-3 drops of green food colouring for a cool lime look. This pie is perfect for church banquets and even family reunions! Couldn't be easier to prepare.