Mini Lemon Cream Pies (No Bake)

"These take about 5 minutes to prepare - how's that for quick? My kids love having their own little pie. I got this recipe from the top of a yogurt container - it's a Rachael Ray recipe."
 
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Ready In:
5mins
Ingredients:
4
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Spoon 2 tablespoons of lemon curd into each crust.
  • Top with approximately 1/4 cup+ of vanilla yogurt- so the lemon curd is covered but yogurt isn't spilling over the edges.
  • Sprinkle with lemon zest.
  • Serve or refrigerate.
  • (Not sure how long they can"sit" in fridge. I made 1/2 hour before dinner and they were fine.).

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Reviews

  1. Dreamgoddess
    For a dessert that came together so quickly (took me about 2 min to prepare this) and is made up of such simple ingredients, this sure packs a punch! This dessert is very cool, tart and refreshing...and will be perfect for a hot summer evening. Thanks for sharing this!
     
  2. Calee
    Very easy and fast to make. It's easy to make one or as many as you need. I would have never thought of using vanilla yogurt for a topping. Im going to be keeping those little graham cracker pie shells on hand for a quick and tasty treat throughout the summer. a few fresh strawberries or raspberries would be nice with this as well. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
     
  3. Kizzikate
    I made these using recipe #61278 for the Lemon Curd. So glad I didn't resort to "store Bought"! Instead of using lemon zest as a garnish, I topped each tart with a sliced strawberry. Doubling the recipe still left a lot of the lemon curd, so we are using it on gingersnap cookies and graham crackers, as a spread. Thanks, DDW! This is a keeper.
     
  4. Chef guruow
    This is a quick and easy way to make a pie. A suggestion. Buy a jar of dried zest and keep some in a container in the refrigerator with just enough water to moisten. Also, why not use Lemon flavored Yogurt?
     
  5. rosslare
    If you can open a jar you can make these. They also are scrumptious and instantly ready to serve. Calees idea to top these with some berries is super!
     
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  1. Kizzikate
    I made these using recipe #61278 for the Lemon Curd. So glad I didn't resort to "store Bought"! Instead of using lemon zest as a garnish, I topped each tart with a sliced strawberry. Doubling the recipe still left a lot of the lemon curd, so we are using it on gingersnap cookies and graham crackers, as a spread. Thanks, DDW! This is a keeper.
     

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