this was very good. hard to eat just one piece.
Delicious! I chose this recipe because all the others I looked at called for Jello and I didn't have any. Am I glad I picked this one! It's wonderful. Easy and tasty and made with ingredients that you don't have to run out to the store to get. I added about a teaspoon of lemon juice and 3 drops of red food coloring to the glaze after it was done cooking. I used 2 pints of sliced strawberries and I tossed the berries in the glaze before pouring into my pie shell. My whole family loved it! Thank you!
The flavor was phenomenal!!! The only amendment I would make is to slice the berries first, in addition to adding more...perhaps 1 1/2 or 2 pints. Enjoy!!!!
Best eaten after chilled 3-5 hours. Was very delicious and so easy to make!
What a stunning pie. I used Diplo-mom's cardamom cookie dough as a pie crust (Cardamom Cookies) and the pairing was indescribably good. As suggested, I added a few crushed strawberries to the sauce as it was cooking, and it came out with its own delicate strawberry flavor that stood on its own very nicely. I ended up tossing my berries in the sauce and then spooning them into the crust which left some of the sauce in the pan, and the emphasis was more on the fresh berries, which was exactly what I wanted. We all ate our pieces with a bit of Cool Whip on the side just for dipping, and everyone agreed this is the best strawberry pie in the history of strawberry things.
This is a good pie but i have made this for years and if you add a small box of strawberry jello after you cook the glaze it makes this pie great
This was excellent. I used coconut sugar in place of the white sugar, and things still turned out great! I also made my own pie crust, since everyone in my house is health conscious, but we want to splurge a little bit once in a while. It definitely tastes better chilled.
very good recipe. EASY to make and natural - without strawberry jell-o.<br/>i used the "no-roll" pie crust also found on food.com.<br/>very good dessert and a great way to use up the fresh berries.<br/>cut the sugar in half - you won't miss it in this pie!<br/>thanks for posting this.
I didn't get to taste any, so I guess it was pretty good. I crushed about half of the berries in with the sauce, and left the other half whole. Super quick and easy, thanks foxjen.
You need to eat this pie as soon as possible. I made it 24 hours in advance and the crust was soggy. The pie was still tasty and was a great way to eat fresh strawberries, but it wasn't perfect. I wish I made it the day of eating.