Fantastic Frozen Lime Pie Dessert

"A co-worker shared his mother's recipe. The sky is the limit because all the employees made this recipe using different flavored concentrates. I also made this recipe, using orange concentrate and grated orange zest on top, it was also fantastic. Although, you will need to freeze this overnight, it is the fastest dessert you will ever make. It makes two pies and you will be glad you have two because the first one will be gone in no time."
photo by Tinkerbell photo by Tinkerbell
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photo by Tinkerbell photo by Tinkerbell
Ready In:
2 pies


  • 1 (12 ounce) can frozen limeade concentrate, thawed
  • 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk (can use fat-free)
  • 1 (8 ounce) container sour cream (can use light)
  • 1 (8 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed (can use light)
  • 2 prepared pie crusts (graham, shortbread, chocolate or whatever you desire)
  • grated lime zest, for the top (optional)


  • In a large bowl, combine thawed limeade and sweetened condensed milk.
  • Add sour cream and whipped topping. Stir until smooth.
  • Pour half the mixture into each pie crust.
  • Top with grated lime zest, if desired.
  • Place in freezer and freeze pies overnight.

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  1. lindatherese
    We've made this a few times and love it! So smooth and creamy and very yummy! Our favorite so far is the Lime but I want to try Pink Lemonade next time. We often make mini pies and keep in the freezer and can take out as many as we need at a time.
  2. Michelle in KY
    A light, refreshing summer dessert that only took 5 minutes to put together! I used a pre-made shortbread crust for this pie and it turned out good! Will definitely make again!
  3. Cat19
    Absolutely delicious! I took one pie to a friend and ate the other by myself!
  4. Eldeevee
    I really loved the taste and texture of this pie and the only issue I had was the crust - it was a nightmare to cut through while the pie was frozen. I think that when I make this pie again I will buy the pre-made crusts as I expect that they would be simpler to cut through than the home made ones. You may be able to pop the entire pie out with the flexible aluminum pie plate too. Thanks for posting a new favourite Judy.
  5. Tinkerbell
    A five star recipe for sure! I'm generally not a frozen pie lover. There is one I made about once every other year on request. But this did sound like a good flavor combination. It's super, super easy. I usually make my own cookie crusts but had a time issue yesterday so I bought pre-made ones. Everyone went ga-ga over the flavor. We used the lime version with graham crusts but can't wait to try lemon & orange this summer. The first flavor to hit your taste buds is the tangy lime which then quickly marries with the rest of the deliciously creamy filling. So simple, yet nothing lacking & no flavor overpowers any other. I truly mean to make this again & again with the following variations (just for fun, not because it needs to be tweaked). I'd like to do lime again with some shredded coconut stirred in or just sprinkled on top. Maybe tinting the coconut a pale green at the same time. I'd like to try orange pies in the chocolate cookie crust and of course lemon will be awesome in a shortbread crust. I'm so glad Judy posted this recipe to share with us & I wish I'd found it sooner. Made & enjoyed for the Cookathon in memory of Judy-Jude.


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