Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins
I have made this lots of times and it is so good! It's a perfect dessert.
- 283.49 g package frozen sliced strawberries in syrup (thawed)
- 709.77 ml miniature marshmallows
- 226.79 g container sour cream
- 85.04 g package light cream cheese, softened (I used regular)
- 4.92 ml vanilla
- 0.25 ml salt
- 9 inch graham cracker crust
- 236.59 ml non-dairy whipped topping
- Mix strawberries and marshmallows in a large sauce pan, cook over low heat, stirring until marshmallows are melted.
- Combine sour cream, cream cheese, vanilla and salt, beat with a electric mixer until smooth.
- Add marshmallows mixture, mix well.
- Pour into prepared crust (careful it will spill over) chill for 4 hours.
- Top with whipped topping before serving.
This was wonderful! Light and refreshing on a warm summer night and so easy to make. A perfect dessert. I used fresh strawberries - I pulled out 10 oz from a 1 lb pkg and I sliced them and I put 1 Tbsp of sugar on them along with a couple of Tbsp of water to make a syrup. Came out perfect. The only thing I would do different next time is use the entire 1 lb pkg of strawberries! Another thing I might do next time is use a chocolate crust. Thanks so much for sharing!
LOVED LOVED LOVED this pie. At Pokeno last night we had a choice between chocolate cake and this pie (actually we could have had both). Since I'm a big fan of anything strawberry I chose the pie and I chose it again when I went back for a second small slice - LOL. After the first bite I knew I had to have the recipe and it's exactly like this one. Our hostess used regular cream cheese instead of light so I'm not sure if that made much of a difference. But, I do know it was very creamy and reminded me of a cross between strawberry yogurt and strawberry ice cream. It was wonderful and I wish I had another piece as I'm typing this review.
I have made this a few times for Easter dessert. It's delicious! I was wanting to make it again this year, but couldn't find the recipe. I wanted to thank you for posting this! :)