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JELL-O Easy Patriotic Pie

JELL-O Easy Patriotic Pie recipe
photo by:kraft
Looking for something other than the ol' strawberries and blueberries on pound cake? Check out our easy layered pie for a new take on patriotic desserts.
20 min
2 hr 35 min
8 servings
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It was very easy my husband loved it and a diferent twist to just having jello as my husband does for his treat after dinner. Thanks again Kraft for these wonderful recipes.
This is a very versatile recipe. I also added berries (blueberries and Strawberries) and it was a big hit. Another yummy combination is peach gelatin with peaches and raspberry gelatin with fresh raspberries. I also made this with sugar free Jell-O and reduce fat Cool Whip and a reduced fat crust to keep it "diet friendly"
I made this yesterday with great success! I used the 9oz pie crust instead of the 6oz, which left a little too much room (but better than not enough!) so I had room for another layer of Cool Whip on top. I allowed both of the jell-o layers to set at least 20 - 25 minutes, and spooned the red layer on to prevent the coolwhip from floating. I also placed raspberries in the blue layer and blueberries in the red layer for a neat contrast. I am a total novice and this was very easy to make!
I love the blend of jello, whipped cream and a delicious crust. This is a great dessert for serving at a July 4th bbq and can be made ahead. It is festive and tastes great.
I made this recipe last year for the 4th and am planning on making it again this year. It turned out great and tasted wonderful! I made a cheesecake filling for the white part instead of using just the Cool Whip. I also accidently let the red jello sit longer, so it didn't pour onto the pie. I stirred it up so it was little chunks and then spooned it on. I think the "cracked" effect looked better than the smooth top it was supposed to have! This also solved the problem of the red jello overflowing, since it was already set and stayed in place.
i've made this pie 4 or 5 times- it can turn out phenominal if you are willing to take your time and be gentle with adding the top jello layer! :) everyone loves it- especially the teenage boys! :)
Not bad at all but it's looks have more appeal than the texture & flavor.
I made this recipe for the holiday and it was super easy, especially for a new cook like me. It was also gone before the fireworks started! Love it!
Easier than it looks! Light and tasty. Don't let it sit too long or the crust gets soggy.
I had a really hard time with this recipe. It seems really easy but, buy the time I got done with the blue jello, I knew I wouldn't have enough room for the red layer. I tried to limit the whip cream as mush as possible, but I had red jello spill all over the place. I tried to save it by putting the rest of the cool whip on top and decorating the pie like a flag with blueberries and strawberries. I still didn't take it to my family function because It still looked sloppy. All in all, If you decide to make this recepe, do not use all of the blue and red jello, you'll just make a mess!!!!!!! P.S. I does taste good, I just be cautous when making it.
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