14 Reviews

I like the concept here...and the taste was, well, ok. I think the big box of SF gelatin was too much, the fake sweet taste was almost bitter. I would try this again with less gelatin.

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yogiclarebear April 20, 2007

I never would have thought of the pudding/jello combo. It was very good. A little gelatinous for me - I expected something a little creamier - so maybe next time I will try it with a small jello instead of a large one. Definitely a keeper, though. Great way to enjoy strawberries!

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vitalev November 10, 2006

I made this dessert for my Mom who is a diabetic. She really enjoyed having a sweet treat! I used 2 small boxes of jello because I couldn't find the 1 large. It was VERY jello-y. I had hoped it would be more of a firm glaze like the packages you buy in the produce department. If I make this again, I will reduce the jello to one small box. I might also put it in a pie crust made from oatmeal, graham crackers, and pecans. Thanks for a dessert for diabetics!

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ColCadsMom July 08, 2008

This was a great sugar-free, fat-free recipe. Thanks for posting.

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CaramelPie June 18, 2008

This tasted exactly like I expected it to taste......delicious!!! However, I did think the topping would be creamier. I suspect the addition of pudding made me think so. I used more strawberries that specified...I think about 6 cups...I just kept piling them on. So far I've only given it a taste test (I couldn't wait any longer) and will serve it for dessert this evening with a dollop of cool whip. Thanks for sharing.

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dojemi June 05, 2008

This was so good and creamy. A very nice treat that will not blow your food plan. Thanks for sharing with us.

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Amber of AZ May 17, 2008

As far as a dessert that is practically calore free - this is fantastic. I make it often, using a little more berries than 4 cups. Topped with a lite Cool whip topping and it makes for a real treat , especially for calorie counters. I make it several times a year. Easy to prepare with little time and effort. Thanks!

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Just Janie April 09, 2008

Great Pie! I am doing WW so this is a great treat. Made it for co workers and everyone liked it even those not dieting.

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jkamrath November 23, 2005

I have made this twice thus far and it has been a hit with my family! What a nice way to have a sweet ending without all the extra calories. Thank you for posting this!

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kitchendiva June 12, 2005

Yummy! I made this with a small box of sugar free jello and a large box of regular vanilla pudding. The consistency and taste was perfect! It turned out as a creamy thick jelly-like filling. Loved it! Also, I couldn't even taste the fake sugar in the jello as the pudding overpowered it. I will definitely be making this again!

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