Super Easy Lemon Pie

"I don't remember where I got this recipe, but it is my husband's favorite summertime pie. Using reduced fat or fat free items makes this a tasty but low calorie dessert. Cooking time is time to freeze."
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Ready In:
8hrs 10mins




  • Combine yogurt, dry gelatin and Cool Whip mixing well. Spoon into the pie crust. Freeze for several hours or overnight.

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  1. ladyfingers
    I hate to admit it, but this four ingredient, ridiculously easy pie tastes very good! Gave it a trial run before our Cool-Whip loving daughter visits--she's sure to love this lemony and creamy pie. I bet other reviewers will agree.
  2. alligirl
    Wow, such great taste and a lot of flavor, with only 4 ingredients! I know this will be devoured quickly, and I also know that I'll be making it again. I used regular Jello, with RF cool whip and light yogurt. I did look for the brand of yogurt you specified, and didn't find it, but didn't let that deter me! Thanks so much for sharing, DeniseBC!
  3. Laura O.
    Good basic quick lemon pie.
  4. SB61287
    What a wonderful treat this pie is. So incredibly easy too. Made for your 2010 Football pool win.
  5. Sherrybeth
    I was craving somethign sweet last night so I ran to the store and got ingredients for this pie for your 2010 Week 5 Football Pool win. It was so easy to put together and the creaminess was really surprising.<br/>I will be using this recipe again as it was fantastic!


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