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Blueberry Refrigerator Pie

Blueberry Refrigerator Pie recipe
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It isn't necessary to have a tart pan to make this Blueberry Refrigerator Pie, but it does maximize the oohs and aahs if you're having company.
30 min
4 hr 30 min
10 servings
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Made this yesterday was very disappointed in the taste not a knockout at all. Needs more blueberries than 1.5 cups in the filling lemon flavor seemed over powering. Will not make this again.
Everyone loved this recipe.I cut back on the lemon.I also purchase Nilla wafer pie crusts. I used lite cool whip . They wanted the recipe.It was great!
It was OK. A little time consuming for a Jello recipe. The lemon layer was a little bland. I think it needed some lemon zest and/or juice to punch it up a bit.
Not the best Kraft recipe, but it was okay. It was very easy to make; the men loved it - I was on the fence. Overall, great summertime "cool" pie!
The creamy texture and blueberry taste are to die for. I made my pie using the orange zest, etc. It was great. I will make this again & again.
Made this pie as the flavours sounded appealing. Had to use an extra pkg of jello as no matter how long I let it set.. it was too runny to "Mound"..and I had followed the recipe exactly. The extra pkg. made all the difference.. I don't think I would make this one again..
Wonderful Recipe and not to hard to make. I made it for a family reunion and it went over big. The last piece was fought over ...who would get it and how much. It was wonderful! Even my picky 9 year old liked it.
I agree that this was a bit more involved than the standard jello-based dessert, but the results were very good and the dish looked just like the photo. A great summer dish! I made mine in a ceramic tart pan (witout the removable bottom) and it served beautifully as well.
A little more work than a traditional summer dessert but so worth it due to the flavor payoff!
This was delicious, but you have to like fruit and it is very filling like cheesecake- take a small piece! Easy to make and everyone wanted the recipe.
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