Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
This recipe was given to me by a co-worker who has lost over 100 pounds. She likes this as the pie with the graham cracker crust; however, I think the filling is great spooned into parfait cups. Strawberry and key lime are the best, IMHO.
- 1 (3 ounce) package sugar-free jello, any flavor
- 1⁄4 cup boiling water
- 2 (6 ounce) containers nonfat yogurt, in any flavor that compliments the choice of jello
- 1 (8 ounce) container fat-free cool whip
- Combine jello and boiling water until jello crystals are completely dissolved.
- Stir in yogurt until combined well.
- Gently fold in Cool Whip.
- Can be poured into fat free graham cracker crust or spooned into parfait glasses, then chilled.
- NOTE: Don't worry if you get a little "stir-happy" when folding in the whipped topping. You can pour it into the crust or parfait cups and pop it into the freezer for a tasty frozen treat.
Very good low calorie dessert. I got a copy of this at Weight Watchers. Light and refreshing .
I Don't know where i saw a variation on this first but this was the closest to my recipe. 1 cup yogurt (or two small containers) 1 packet jello, 8 ounces frozen whipped topping. I put it on a meringue crust, (which disintegrated deliciously) and I used peach yogurt and peach jello. I would make it again as a mold. Very easy to do.
Decent whipped snack. (I too did not use a graham cracker crust.) The main problem I had was that I have never seen a sugar free jello package at 3 oz. Mine were .4 oz or about .8. I went with the bigger box (using orange) but I wonder if the smaller one wasn't meant. A decent lunchbox snack for the kids, though I think it might need a little tweaking. Some fruit added in, maybe? I found it to be good right away but the longer it sat the less I liked it. So I'd suggest that you eat it the day you make it. Thanks for a fun one to try.