Amish Country Strawberry Pie

"I love this pie! It's so pretty and tastes so good."
 
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Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
10
Yields:
1 pie
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ingredients

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directions

  • Beat cream cheese with powdered sugar, spread carefully over bottom of baked pie shell.
  • Arrange berries in shell.
  • Berries should be sliced.
  • Cook sugar, syrup, water, salt, and cornstarch over medium heat until thick.
  • Add Jello mix and cool.
  • Pour glaze over berries and refrigerate.

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Reviews

  1. ThatJodiGirl
    Absolutely the best strawberry pie I have ever tasted! I made this one tonight and it was superb! We usually use cool whip or whipped cream on our strawberry pie, but with the cream cheese mixture on the bottom of the crust, it makes the pie extra special. Everyone must try this one, simple and delicious!! YUM!
     
  2. Lorac
    I made this for tonights dinner and guess what? There is a piece missing and I am the only one here. Must have a ghost! Well, at least the ghost has good tastes. This IS the very best strawberry pie I have ever eaten.(oops!)
     
  3. tealeaf
    Mmmmmmmmmmm. so good. The first strawberry pie I've ever made and the only recipe I'll use from now on.
     
  4. Kat in Texas
    TRIPLE Yummm! I can't believe how easy, pretty and how FABULOUS tasting this is! I doubled the amount of cream cheese (just Because). However, be warned that this is very VERY sweet (and I'm a sweet freak). I wonder if you cut the sugar to 3/4 Cup or less for the glaze + perhaps substituted red food coloring for the jello, if the glaze would still "thicken"? I will try that next time. Meanwhile, this is going to become one of THE summertime desserts at our house!
     
  5. Frank Petrozza
    I made this to bring to my sister-in-laws for Easter. Everyone loved it! This is the first time I was not offered any deserts to bring home! The only thing I did differently was I used a premade Graham-cracker crust because I was in such a rush and I brushed it with a little egg white to keep it together and give it a glaze. Very gooooood!
     
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  1. Kat in Texas
    TRIPLE Yummm! I can't believe how easy, pretty and how FABULOUS tasting this is! I doubled the amount of cream cheese (just Because). However, be warned that this is very VERY sweet (and I'm a sweet freak). I wonder if you cut the sugar to 3/4 Cup or less for the glaze + perhaps substituted red food coloring for the jello, if the glaze would still "thicken"? I will try that next time. Meanwhile, this is going to become one of THE summertime desserts at our house!
     

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