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Key Lime Margarita Pie

Key Lime Margarita Pie recipe
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While there’s no alcohol in this creamy frozen dessert, it sure tastes real. The hint of salt comes from the pretzel crust, while the citrus zip is in the creamy filling.
15 min
6 hr 15 min
10 servings
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Awesome summer treat! Big hit with the family and the pretzel crust is delightful! The salty and sour flavors go well together. Can't wait to make it again!
Not quite as good as another Lime Pie recipe I have but still very good and easy to make. Well received at church supper.
Great pie, don't skip the pretzel crust it's just not the same!
I have made this delightful treat many times. People love it and it is easy to make....even for a working mom with two little kids.
This was a very good dessert. The only thing I would do is melt more butter for the crust, mine crumbled slightly when cut.
The salty crust was a wonderful surprise. Everyone loved this dessert.
This was a perfect summer recipe & it got a lot of compliments! I used fat free condensed milk & Coo Whip and Splenda instead of sugar so the calorie/fat intake was slightly lower!
I can't believe anyone would leave out the pretzel crust. Without it you just have a plain old key lime pie. I did bake mine at 350 degrees for about 8 minutes. It turned out great. Very easy to slice and didn't crumble at all. I put a nice, big dollop of whipped cream on each slice and it helped to cut through some of the tartness. I will definately make this again. I might even substitute a tablespoon or so of tequilla for some of the lime juice. :)
I love this recipe...the only thing missing is the tequila! It's easy and great for BBQ's. I'm often asked to bring it and my friends and family have asked for the recipe. I do have trouble finding Lemon-Lime Kool-Aid but I think it tastes great with the plain lemon one as well! And I definitely would not substitute anything for the pretzel crust...guys that's the whole idea and is what makes this dessert unique!
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