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No-Bake Pumpkin Pie

No-Bake Pumpkin Pie recipe
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When your oven's busy or just needs a break, make this delicious No-Bake Pumpkin Pie: smooth, creamy and happy to chill in the fridge.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
4 hr 25 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
2/6/2009
Easy and tastes so good!
posted:
11/28/2008
Years ago as a young bride, I made a pumpkin pie in my new blender. I made it for years during the holidays. My uncle-in-law loved the spices and said it tasted like his Mother's. I have lost the recipe over the years and was wondering if this is the same? I remember using Knox Gelatin and refigerating for a couple of hours if not overnight.
posted:
7/14/2008
This was amazing! I couldn't wait to eat it so I set a timer for 4 hours and ate it as soon as it was set. However, it was way better the next day. So my advice is try your best to wait!
posted:
11/5/2007
YUMMY!! The only thing I did different was add about a tbsp of vanilla to it. Very easy and quick to make (10 min tops!!). Whoever said it's too time consuming was doing something wrong
posted:
10/25/2007
I gave this recipe 5 stars b/c of it's simplicity and it's wonderful taste! I made a healthier version and used fat free condensed milk and Lite Cool Whip and it was still so rich and creamy! I will definitely be making it again. I also reduced the ginger amount from 1/2 tsp to 1/4 tsp b/c i don't really like the taste of ginger!
posted:
9/7/2007
I didn't believe this would work but I felt brave enough to try it. It worked! And it was a BIG hit. I will make it again for Thanksgiving and Christmas to be sure. Just to note too that this recipe works great with the bigger can of pumpkin (1 lb. 14 oz.) easy or regular - just double the gelatin and water mixture. It will make two pies though so be sure and have two pie shells! I used a frozen deep dish pie shell and had it baked and cooled for the pumpkin to set in. Absolutely delicious!
posted:
11/24/2006
I normally don't comment on here but when I made the no-bake pumpkin pie, tell everyone about this pie. The pie was a hit 10x over. We had an abundance of pies at our Thanksgiving dinner and mine was said the be the best of all of them. I will no doubt make this again. No a couple of notes. The recipe called all the spices (nutmeg, etc...) I used the same amount of pumpkin spice. Also the recipe says to use a 16 oz can of pumpkin. The stores I go to have 15 oz cans. Is this possibly a typo? It still worked out using 15 oz.
posted:
11/24/2006
This was so simple...everyone was so surprised that you didn't need to bake it, but it tasted just like regular pumpkin pie! I will make this every Thanksgiving.
posted:
11/10/2006
This recipe was so great because I didn't have to worry if I was over or undercooking the pie, and I had more time to make the rest of the thanksgiving dinner.
posted:
9/8/2006
I made two of the no-bake pumpkin pies for dessert this labor day, needless to say they disappeared in a hurry and a request for me to make them for Thanksgiving instead of the baked pumpkin pies.
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