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This is very good using WW Mixed Berry yogurt and then adding in some drained unsweetened frozen raspberries.

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55tbird December 24, 2010

WoW!!! What a wonderful tasting pie!! I used Strawberry yogurt and topped it with a few fresh strawberrys. Thank You for a wonderful easy recipe. Hugs

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Braunda July 25, 2009

Tried this tonight- used light lemon yogurt and a bit of lemon juice like someone else suggested. Then I took 2 tbsp of low cal/sugar raspberry jam, warmed it up and plopped it around the pie. Then I swirled a knife through it to make it look pretty. It was really good for low calorie dessert. Nextt time I am going to try coffee yogurt and a spash of lowfat/sugarfree chocolate syrup.. or stawberry yogurt with stawbwery jam and some crushed graham cracker crumbs.....mmmm.!

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debbiec July 13, 2009

This pie was obviously very good because I went outside and when I came back in to get a piece there was not a single crumb left! That one was made with blueberry yogurt My family all loved it! Hopefully, I can try it soon! :)<br/><br/>*UPDATE* I got to try it today...and it was so very good! This one was made with mixed berry yogurt...mmmm!! It is my dad's "new favorite snack" ...Thank you so much for a wonderful recipe...I am planning on making another one tomorrow too with key lime pie.. :)

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sparkeigh September 21, 2013

I love this. It's almost like I am cheating. I didn't use a crust because I don't tend eat them when I'm not on WW. I plan to use lemon next and add a little bit of lemon juice to add more flavor.

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JennRay July 03, 2009

I was looking for a lower in fat recipe for Super Bowl weekend and am very glad I picked this one! I used FF cool whip, low fat vanilla yogurt and reduced fat graham cracker crust. It was very tasty and no work at all! Will definitely make again and again with different types of yogurt. Thanks for the recipe!

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nemokitty January 31, 2009

I've made this several times and it's amazing. My favorite is a chocolate peanut butter and banana version. Mix chocolate peanut butter powder with fat free greek yogurt to taste. Add a little sweetener. Then mix with the fat free cool whip and add in a chopped banana. Put in the pie pan and sprinkle with two tablespoons of chopped nuts. I used the ones labelled chopped mix nut topping. Tastes like a banana split. Soon glad I found this recipe. Endless possibilities!

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Wendyloumoo March 19, 2016

There are so many great reviews so I thought this would be so good! I found it bland and boring. I would rather eat yogurt as is. I feel like I should try it again. Maybe a different brand or flavour?

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Sugar Doll September 14, 2015

Super !!! I just started WW online and searched recipes, and found this one. I used reg. graham crust, FF cool whip, and 2 small Dannon Strawberry Greek yogurt. I will make again.

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Shirl (J) 831 April 26, 2014

this was really good!! i added a cup of strawberries to this and used activia light strawberry yogurt . with the addition of the strawberries this came to only two points plus for a 6th of the pie according to my recipe builder on weightwatchers.com . this is going to be an awesome treat in the summer!!! thanks for sharing this!!

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lisam427 January 09, 2014
Weight Watchers Easy Tasty Frozen Pie