By SaraFish on April 20, 2004
"Decadent and rich, tart and sweet with a buttery crust - for just 150 calories a serving? Yes! Easy and delicious, this 4-ingredient pie is a dieting dream! Cook time is chill time."
Serving Size: 1 (75 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"What a real treat this is. I am borderline diabetic, and my triglycerides are up, so I'm doing low fat and low sugar. It is in the refridge setting up, but couldn't resist licking the bowl. Such a good flavor. I can hardly wait to try it. I am going to be making pies for a church function, and I think this will be one of them. There are a fair amount, that are watching their sugar content, and I know they would appreciate having their pie and eating it too, so to speak. Thanks so much for posting. I think I may try this with other flavors too."
"Great tasting and low calorie/carbs. Great for diabetics."
"I didnt do this according to the directions because I left my directions at work. So I did not add the Cool-Whip to the jello-yogurt mixture. I mixed them together, put it in the frige to cook and then topped it with the Cool-Whip after it was set. The results were wonderful and the kids loved it!"
"Very good!! I had some local peaches frozen from back in the summer and wanted a good excuse to use them. This pie was it! I think next time I will use a bit less cool whip, was a bit much. Thanks for posting!!"
"This pie is so great. I love that you can change it up with different flavors!! Great low cal desert!"
"Oh my gosh we could not believe how rich, creamy and peachy this pie was! It was perfect for our 4th of July party. Thank you so much for sharing it."
"Another great summer dessert. My kids couldn't wait to eat it. I originally just gave this 4 stars, but had to come back and give it 5!"
"I made this recipe except substituted strawberry yogurt and jello and it was absolutely delightful! It's a great light dessert, and it doesn't taste low-cal!"
"This is soooo good. Also easy to make. I dont use the crust, just leave it in the bowl. I make this with lime jello and yogurt also. Don't know which I like best. They are both so good. Thanks for a great, easy recipe. "
"OOOHHH!! What a great dessert, light, fluffy, cool and low calorie!! It was very creamy and really satisfied my dieters sweet craving !! Thanks for sharing the recipe, I plan to try other flavor combos like some of the other reviewers suggested"
"Very good! We are pigs in our family, we only got 6 servings."
"This was so easy to put together, and turned out light and fluffy and yummy. A perfect summer dessert. Uncharacteristically for me, I did use the Cool Whip Free (store brand) and the reduced fat crust - also sugar-free jello. My yogurt was Breyers light, which has less sugar. The flavor was really good, and nobody noticed that it was a "diet" dessert! As Amanda Beth suggested, we also thought that other flavor combinations would be good to try as well."
"Absolutely delicious!! Very fast, very easy...who could ask for more? I plan to try this with stawberry gelatin and yogurt, and lime gelatin and key lime yogurt. I think the flavor combos are endless! Thanks for a great recipe!"