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Peaches 'n Creme Pie

Peaches 'n Creme Pie recipe
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This airy chiffon pie is the perfect refreshing ending to any meal.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
3 hr 30 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
7/28/2005
I don't know what the people are doing that can't get this to work. I have made it twice and it came out great both times. I use already made reduced fat graham cracker crust ,sugar free jello and cool whip free. Makes the best low fat pie ever.
posted:
7/28/2005
My first try per directions resulted in a droopy slice of pie but very tasty. Tried again and substituted the recommended 4-serving Jello with an 8-serving pack and diluted with 1 cup water otherwise followed directions. The pie sets up beautifully!
posted:
7/28/2005
My family really liked this recipe. We tried it the next night with strawberry jello and fresh strawberries. I also used sugar free jello and cool whip to cut down on the calories. The whole pan was gone by bedtime and I made a double batch. We will definately be making it again.
posted:
7/27/2005
This recipe was nothing special. It set up fine. I used apricot jello because that's what I had on hand and added an extra cup of peaches. I doubt I would try it again.
posted:
7/27/2005
This pie is fantastic! I'm sorry I can't agree with any negative reviews. I even reduced the calories by using sugar free jello and light cool whip (other than not being as fluffy as I'm sure full fat cool whip would have been) it was fantastic. I brought it into work for a luncheon we were having and everyone loved it! Definitely a fantastic summer dessert! I highly recommend!
posted:
7/27/2005
I made this recently and the jello just would not thicken. Even tried putting it in the refrigerator for a half hour - nothing worked. We called it spoon pie! It did, however, taste good, so if anyone knows something that would make the jello thicken, I would try it again.
posted:
7/27/2005
This is by far the worst recipe I have ever tried. I followed the recipe to the letter and it came out a mess. The jello never set and I ended up wasting a crust along with some dvery good peaches and cool whip. A total waste of money and time. It might have been better adding a substantial substance such as creme cheese instead of just cool whip. I would never make this mess again. I read one review before I made it that said the same thing I did, but I thought maybe she didn't let the jello thicken enough and she apparently did and ended up with the same dmess that I did.
posted:
7/27/2005
I made this dessert with sugar free jello and it did not set up and was watery. I made it again with regular jello and it set up a little but broke down. It tastes good but it did not look like the picture. Mine was drinkable.
posted:
7/26/2005
A friend of my brought this over for dessert. I was so pleased - Peach Pie is my absolute favorite!!! This was so refreshing especially since it was an exceptionally hot day! I'd make this myself anytime. My co-worker thoroughly enjoyed it too - since Peach Pie is her favorite also.
posted:
7/26/2005
My husband seldom cared for sweets until I made this pie. He had two large slices at one sitting! It is the easiest recipe I have used in a long time and I will be making it again and again!
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