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Very good recipe...I used raspberries and raspberry jello. Will make again.

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55tbird September 28, 2011

I grow a lot of raspberries and this is the same recipe that has been our family favorite. I often use a ready-made choc. orea crust for the raspberry pie and it is to die for!!

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jude September 19, 2009

This is a new favorite! I used raspberry jell-o powder instead of strawberry and a tsp. of vanilla since the amount was not specified. Also, I did not use the extra 2 tsp. of cornstarch and it turned out wuunderful! So good.

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New Flavor July 26, 2009

Instant family favorite! We were hooked at the first bite and are already dreaming up variations on the theme...won't always have raspberries available.

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dbbldutch June 21, 2009

We picked wild thimbleberries today and decided to make this pie. We used Splenda instead of sugar, honey instead of the corn syrup and we used "wild strawberry" jello. Topped it off with whipped cream! All the berry lovers were happy! Thanks!

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Oolala July 30, 2005

I substituted a few things with sugar free/splenda to make it WW friendly for 3pts a slice. It is so yummy! I definitely recommend making it. Even the crust was great and I used light butter.

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ILove2Cook in Queens May 02, 2005

What a great treat and a good way to use fresh raspberries! We loved the taste of this raspberry dessert. I didn't have strawberry gelatin, so I used cherry. I didn't see a measurement for vanilla, so I went through my cookbooks to find comparable recipes and ended up adding about 1/4 tsp vanilla. I don't have a 9x9 pan, so I used one that is closer to 8x10. I wish I'd had the right size pan. I didn't press the crust up the sides of the pan, and I should have because the crust was a little thick on the bottom. I have two small children, and I liked that I could work on part of the recipe and then come back later to do something else. It didn't require me to stand in the kitchen for hours on end. Just 15 minutes here and there. My husband had been skeptical, but really liked the dessert. We'll be making this again! Thanks for a fun, easy recipe.

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JRiggs July 02, 2004
Raspberry Pie