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This pie is AMAZING!!! I did not have any cornstarch so I used flour. Still thickened no problem. We had it for Easter dinner desert, but my family has decided it would be a great pie to bring to a BBQ. New favorite in my house...
If you boil the gelatin too long it will not set. Adding the gelatin to the mixture after you remove from the heat is a better idea. Oh and we made a biscuit crust with digestive biscuits. It was amazing.
Family really loved this and it was quick and easy!
I thought this saying may be helpful regarding how many strawberries in a pint "A pint's a pound the world around". Some will disagree but this is my story and I am sticking to it.
I just realized I forgot to rate this recipe. I made this in June for a family cookout and it was a huge hit. We had just picked fresh Strawberries that morning so it was extra delish!
Quite good and so easy :) But I admit I still prefer a cooked pie...
This is sooo good. I will be making this for years to come...thanks..
Yeah, this is THE definitive strawberry pie - a Shoney's copycat, which is a great thing to be! I agree with the review that I could have probably gotten 2 pies from the Jell-O mixture - mine went up and over the crust, seeping between the crust and the pan. No worries - it's all about the taste!
This was the pie my grandmother made that I have been craving every summer for years. I had enough extra Jell-o mixture I could have probably made two pies or a deep-dish pie. I think I'll try the latter next time. Thanks for posting, Sandra!
easy easy, yummy yummy