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Flat-Bottom Fruit Pie

Flat-Bottom Fruit Pie recipe
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Here's an easy pie that makes the most of summer's sweetest fruit, with fresh sliced peaches and berries piled high on a thick layer of vanilla pudding.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
7/12/2007
Big hit with the whole family, even my grandfather who's not so into sweets. Used peaches, raspberries and blackberries.
posted:
7/11/2007
First time that I made this, it was a big hit. When the pie crust was cooled, I spread lightly, raspberry preserves for a little extra flavor and it kept the crust from becoming soggy. I made no-sugar vanilla pudding and folded into that no-fat whipped topping. Topped it all off with strawberries and blueberries. Second time I made this, I dabbed a little bit of no-sugar hot fudge sauce over the raspberry preserves and used fresh peaches and raspberries. Very good when chilled for several hours. Will keep this recipie as a staple!!
posted:
7/1/2007
The day I made this, we ended up skipping lunch because we ate the whole pie instead. You can use any fruit you want. DO NOT attempt to cut with a pizza cutter...I had a beautiful presentation until I ruined the whole thing with the first attempt. Just use a serrated knife. Beautiful!
posted:
6/26/2007
My husband loves it!!! I am used to making Tiramisu and canolis, a little bit more involved desserts, but this was so easy. My husband has already requested it to have at least once a week. Whoever said dessert had to be complicated to be good never tried this recipe.
posted:
6/25/2007
I used frozen pastry puffs instead of the pie crust then sliced them in half, put filling on then fruit, and layed top back on - beautiful presentation and yummy! I also used fat free half-n-half and fat free Cool Whip for a reduced calorie version. Delicious, light summer dessert!
posted:
6/25/2007
I made this recipe Saturday with fresh peaches, raspberries, blueberries and strawberries. After I let the pie crust cool, I spread 1/2 of an 8oz package of cream cheese on it then topped it with the pudding/coolwhip topping. My oh my, so good it makes you smile. I'm making this again for our church luncheon to celebrate the 4th of July. I can hardly wait!!!
posted:
6/22/2007
I made this recipe and it lasted all of 10 minutes! Everyone loved it. I'm going to make it again now that the berries are getting ripe, blackberries, raspberries....yum!
posted:
6/22/2007
I made this recipe and it was delicious! Instead of fresh fruit I used frozen and everything came out wonderful. It was so easy and quick, I highly recommend it.
posted:
6/17/2007
I used sugar free pudding with skim milk & fat free coolwhip. It was still excellent and no one realized that the dessert was very low fat & calories
posted:
6/12/2007
My husband and I thought this was a great dessert for a hot summer day!
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