Crystal Light No Bake Lemonade Pie

"I have made this for many picnics. Yummy lemonade pie that is quick and easy to make. Cooking time does not include chilling time."
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Ready In:
2 pies




  • Mix pudding and milk.
  • Mix tub of Crystal Light with Cool Whip and combine with pudding.
  • Pour into pie crusts.
  • Refrigerate.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Suehadley49
    Whole milk are skim


  1. Outta Here
    This is so easy and refreshing! A great recipe for making in the RV. I only made one pie, and the little store near where were staying only had raspberry-lemonade Crystal Light. I used 1/2 tub, but after I tasted the mixture, I added the rest of the tub, since it wasn't as tart as the regular lemonade. I think this would work with some of the other flavors, also! I also used sugar-free Cool Whip. Thanks for a light dessert!
  2. LORI HA
    Cut the recipe in half and put in a plastic container in the fridge. Served like a pudding with crushed graham crackers - yum!! Will make again.
  3. Tara AKA Mommy
    This is super easy to make and very tasty! Even my son who is a picky eater loved it. I have a wheat allergy so I made one pie for the rest of the family and I made one "pie" without crust (ate it as pudding) with blueberries on top as my dessert and it was wonderful.
  4. invictus
    Made this last minute for the 4th as our plans to travel fell through. This was a yummy pie that I topped with raspberries and blackberries to make it a bit more festive. Thank you!
  5. SrtaMaestra
    My girls and I just loved this! Okay, it's actually still in the fridge chilling, but we licked the bowl when we made the filling, and we all loved it! The girls are 4 and 5 years old and enjoyed helping me stir this together. I was tempted to replace the vanilla pudding with lemon, as one reviewer suggested, but since I made this for 'please review my recipe,' opted to follow the recipe as written, and I am glad I did. The sweet of the vanilla and the tanginess of the lemon crystal light blend together into something fabulous! I used a generic brand light whipped topping, and the reduced fat version of the keebler ready crust. I am thoroughly impressed by this, because I really cannot stand crystal light because of the heavy aftertaste of the artificial sweetner, but the other ingredients in this filling cover it enough that I can really enjoy it! The sweetness of the vanilla pudding should also balance this enough to make it a hit for my husband, who is not a big fan of lemonade. I'd like to try this with other flavor combinations of pudding and crystal light. Maybe the cheesecake flavored pudding and the raspberry crystal light? Thanks for a great recipe! UPDATE: My husband likes it too! :)


  1. Koechin Chef
    YUMMMMMMMMMMMM!! :-) We love anything Lemon. Had to try this right away! I cut the recipe in half and to further increase the lemon flavor used lemon pudding instead of vanilla! :-) I am going to serve it as a mousse with "sugared lemon zest" sprinkled on top. Thanks for a wonderful treat! :-)


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