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COOL 'N EASY Strawberry Pie

COOL 'N EASY Strawberry Pie recipe
photo by:kraft
This easy, creamy strawberry pie is cool and refreshing but not overwhelmingly sweet. It's just right!
time
prep:
10 min
total:
6 hr 40 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
7/29/2009
i was afraid after reading the reviews, that i would also have trouble with the jello setting. i took someones advice and only used 1/2 cup of cold water with enough ice to make it 1/4 cup and it did just fine. it was very good my hole family oved it. although it was not as pretty as picture still very good.
posted:
7/28/2009
Loved it! We used sugar free jello, fat free cool whip, reduced fat graham crust
posted:
7/26/2009
this looks so good.i am going to make it.
posted:
7/24/2009
Delicious! Mine was slighty messy, but that was the best part, according to my kids.
posted:
7/21/2009
very easy and very tasty:-)Absolutely no left overs!!!!!
posted:
7/15/2009
This was soooo easy to make and it really tastes great. My whole family loved it!
posted:
7/13/2009
It is very light and delicious, my toddler and husband both loved it (and so did I)! It chilled for 6 hours, though, and still hadn't thickened enough. But it still tasted great and looked really cool!
posted:
7/9/2009
it was good but it did not look as pretty as the pic(of course) I thought it was messy to pour into the crust. But all in all it was a good summer dessert!
posted:
7/7/2009
I did not add the 1/2 cup cold water, instead I put the gelatin mixture into a measuring cup and added enough ice cubes to equal 1 cup. Let the ice cubes melt, removed the ones that didn't and transfered the liquid to a mixing bowl large enough to add the cool whip to. After mixing in the cool whip, I added about 2 cups of the chopped fresh strawberries vs. only using 1 cup. Put that mixture in the fridge for about 45 minutes to set and then spooned into the Oreo pie crust. Then topped with sliced strawberries and put back in the fridge to continue setting over night. Took it to my in-law's house and it was a hit! I will definitely make this pie again and again!
posted:
7/6/2009
My pie would never set up. I think adding the ice and taking it out must have done it. Maybe it melted too much. I don't know, I carefully followed the directions.
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