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simple amazing pie recipe

1 shortbread pie crust (keebler makes them)
1 small tub cool-whip
1 box of pina-colada jello

make jello according to directions, allow it to set about 75%. Using a hand mixer, blend with the cool-whip until completly incorporated. It will be thin, pour into pie crust, and refridgerate 3 hours. It will be light, cool and very refreshing. The pina-colada jello is a limited time flavor for summer.


It's great with any jello flavor, tell people you are bringing watermelon pie and they look at you like you are nuts, but will love this pie. You can also make it with sugar-free jello, to save on calories. I have also used the limited edition margarita flavored jello with a homemade crust, from grahm crackers, and add a few crushed pretzels for the salt from the margarita.

Some tried and true flavors:
watermelon
strawberry
strawberry-banana
blue rasberry
peach (my fave)
orange (dreamsicle anyone?)



The only way I think it's gross is with grape.

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this sounds like a refreshing summer treat, I might try it.

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There a bunch of neat stuff you can do with cool whip as a base that you blend other things into for nice cold desserts or even sides. If one has a food processor, you can throw a bunch of fresh fruit - even jarred or canned can work ok too for time constraints - mandarin oranges, peaches, pineapple, pears etc.. Frozen fruit is nice too and just blend it up just enough until you have a consistency (which will thicken up once you chill it again) to put into a ready to go pie crust or even cups... cover, chill and enjoy. The cool whip holds its shape better than the real dairy stuff (yeah yeah, chemicals... so what, it tastes good!).

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Also you can now buy unflavored jello, and make it with any juice or pop flavor you want. I found it in the grocery section of super-walmart. You can also make the jello with strawberry puree, and water to make the 2 cups. It gives this pie a different texture, and the little seed bits look really pretty in the coolwhip.

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There a bunch of neat stuff you can do with cool whip as a base that you blend other things into for nice cold desserts or even sides. If one has a food processor, you can throw a bunch of fresh fruit - even jarred or canned can work ok too for time constraints - mandarin oranges, peaches, pineapple, pears etc.. Frozen fruit is nice too and just blend it up just enough until you have a consistency (which will thicken up once you chill it again) to put into a ready to go pie crust or even cups... cover, chill and enjoy. The cool whip holds its shape better than the real dairy stuff (yeah yeah, chemicals... so what, it tastes good!).
put some ball brand pectin in with that fruit. They make a freezer jam pectin that doesn't require heat to set. You just mix it with pureed fruit and let it sit in the fridge, makes a great afternoon project for kids. It also will help the fruit you mention to set up more firm.

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