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A huge favourite at our house, using other flavours of jello as well. I make it without the crust, and sometimes add some co-ordinating pieces of fresh fruit (raspberries with raspberry jello, etc.) This is such a satisfying dessert for so few calores.

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Sweet Baboo June 09, 2010

I've used this recipe for many years with great success. My friends and family especially like it using orange gelatin & yogurt... it tastes like a creansicle! But I usually make it without the pie crust and serve it as "mousse" in small glass dishes or a large crystal bowl (double thr recipe) topped with additional whipped topping - and using fat free and/or sugar free whipped topping, it's only 1 point.

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gypsygrandmom March 31, 2010

Great dessert (even if you aren't on Weight Watchers). I served this to company and it was a hit. It was nice having a lighter dessert after our meal. Instead of making a pie I put the filling into parfait glasses, topped with a few graham cracker crumbs and served it ... we didn't miss the pie at all. I'll be experimenting with other flavors ... orange, lemon ... the possibilities are endless!!!

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GramCracker February 20, 2011

Light & delicious & look forward to to changing it around with different Jello/yogurt. If anyone else has difficulty figuring out the 1/16ounce jello as I did it works with 0.3oz (8.5g). i had a box of lime jello that is 3oz and had to figure out the proper weight for the jello which again is 0.3oz(8.5g) and it worked just fine.

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Va. March 10, 2010

This is very yummy and easy. I don't "do piecrusts" so I made it like a mousse pudding. I used 1/2 cup hot water and 3 containers of yogurt to make it less stiff. The fun is in choosing and mixing different flavors of jello with yogurts. Lemon jello mixed with pineapple/mango/passion fruit yogurt has a tropical flavor. Lemon and lemon tastes like lemon chiffon pie. Cherry and cherry is especially good. Using a better quality yogurt makes a difference. I keep a container in the frig for light snacking or dessert. It goes fast and no guilt. Thanks for the inspiration.

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Bren in LR January 30, 2013

I have made this recipe before. My whole family loves it. I always make whatever dessert they want for their birthday and this has been chosen more than once. I love using orange jello and vanilla yogurt, tastes just like a dreamcicle. I sometimes just make it in a bowl and dip graham crackers or vanilla wafers in it. VERY GOOD!

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michaelsgirl July 19, 2011

Yummy! Made this with sugar free lime jello, sf cool whip and dannons light & fit key lime pie yogurt! I just crumbled some graham crackers and sprinkled them on top before serving. Tasty treat guiltfree sensation!!

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MaMere June 28, 2010

this was wonderful......Even the people that did not know they were eating weight watchers loved it...

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CIndytc July 26, 2010

I have made this several times. The lime version is great, but I also used raspberry jello with chocolate yogurt in a chocolate crust (so it is worth more points), orange jello and orange creamcycle yogurt, and my favorite, wil strawberry jello with strawberry banana yogiurt. This recipe is a whole lot of fun!

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Girly_Girl_Lori March 02, 2008

There is something wrong with the measurement of gelatin & hot water. It's gotta be more of one or the other. To fill a pie crust I would double the filling.

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almey8 April 12, 2015
Weight Watchers Key Lime Pie