Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is light, healthy and delicious. A great summer dessert. Although this is fantastic in a graham cracker pie crust, I think it would be good using Vanilla wafers too. Also, it is wonderful without the pie crust, just add some fresh fruit and you have an awesome pudding. NOTE: Match or mix the jello and yogurt flavors.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Dissolve jello in hot water.
  2. Mix in yogurts.
  3. Fold in container of Cool Whip.
  4. Place into pie crust.
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4 5

This is actually pretty easy to do sugar-free, too. All of the ingredients except the crust are readily available in sugar-free versions. For the crust, make your own out of crumbled sugar-free cookies and melted butter. I like to do lime yogurt with lime Jell-o. It's not key lime pie, but it's not far off for how fast it comes together,

5 5

This turned out very nice! I made mine with lemon jello and Dannon lite and fit vanilla (which I had to use 3 cartons as they were only 4 ounces each). I was more than a bit concerned when I added the yogurt to the jello mixture as the coldness of the yogurt hit the jello and it set up partially on the bottom of my bowl. But if I did end up losing a small amount of jello, I was happy to find that there was plenty of flavor in the finished product. I put the pie mix into 6 of those graham cracker tarts and found I had about 4-6 ounces of the pie mix extra so I popped that into a small sealable bowl. I would say the mixture tried to weep as I filled the tarts, so I had to keep restirring and worked quickly to get it all into the refrigerator to set up. Much nicer than I expected- I am eager to try this with many other flavors of jello and perhaps make some differently flavored and layered parfaits. Now wouldn't that call for a Shrek film fest? Thanks for sharing- ~Sue

5 5

I've made this pie many times, with different flavors and it's a wonderfully light dessert. Key Lime and Harvest Peach have been my favorite flavors of yogurt to use.