Jan's Key Lime Pie

Jan's Key Lime Pie created by SharonChen

Delicious and tart this pie is very refreshing. Use only juice that specifically says "key lime" juice. Egg whites can be beaten with sugar and added to top if desired.

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  • Combine condensed milk, egg yolks and juice and blend with mixer until smooth.
  • Pour into crust and bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.
  • Let stand 10 minutes and refrigerate.
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"Delicious and tart this pie is very refreshing. Use only juice that specifically says "key lime" juice. Egg whites can be beaten with sugar and added to top if desired."
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  1. khim.wang28
    will regular limes do if key lime is not available where I live?
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  2. Naomie In Castaic
    Added lime zest to the mixture and also as additional garnish on top.
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  3. Naomie In Castaic
    Love this and I added the zest of one lime. Has anyone found a way to use less sweetened condensed milk? Maybe half sweetened condensed milk and half unsweetened whipped cream folded in? The fat and calories is why I do not make this more often. I love anything citrus, especially lime!
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  4. jrwil1949
    Is this the actual nutritional value of one serving? Or should this be divided by the number of servings of the pie. AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUECalories 2633.2 Calories from Fat 957 36%Total Fat 106.3 g 163%Saturated Fat 38.6 g 192%Cholesterol 633 mg 210%Sodium 1895 mg 78%Total Carbohydrate 383.7 g 127%Dietary Fiber 4.1 g 16%Sugars 309.9 g 1239%Protein 49.2 g 98%
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  5. SharonChen
    The filling was not enough to fill up my 10-inch graham cracker crust according to this recipe. It went halfway. If I had another can of condensed milk, I would totally double the filling. Glad that I had some cool whip in the fridge, so I filled the crust up with that and served. So easy and delicious!
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