Strawberry Jello Pie

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One of the bazillion things I love most about this time of year, is that berry prices start dropping. Through the winter months, they are horribly expensive here. I always take full advantage of the lower prices and buying berries often, to bake with and also to eat fresh. 

When thinking of a ‘Strawberry dessert recipe’ to feature this week, so many good ones came to mind. There’s so many delicious desserts with strawberries! Yet, a friend suggested trying Strawberry Jello Pie, a dessert that she basically grew up with. On her urging, that is what I made. 

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The recipe consists of a graham crust, the filling and whip on top – a great combination. It is a fairly simple recipe, yet you do need to allow proper time for cooling, so it does need to be made hours before you can enjoy. Also, it does melt quick, so it’s not a recipe that you’d want to take to a function. You’ll just have to enjoy this one at your home, all the more for you though!

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Strawberry Jello Pie
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GRAHAM CRUST
  1. • honey graham crumbs
  2. • butter
STRAWBERRY JELLO FILLING
  1. • 1 {85g pkg} Strawberry Jello
  2. • 2/3 cup boiling water
  3. • 1 cup ice water
  4. • 1 cup whipping cream
TOPPING
  1. • 2 cups strawberries
  2. • 1 cup whipping cream
Instructions
  1. Make the Graham Crust in a pie plate as per the package directions {you'll need butter for this}. Set aside and allow crust to completely cool.
  2. In a medium bowl, add the strawberry jello and whisk in 2/3 cup boiling water. Mix until the jello is disintegrated completely.
  3. Whisk in 1 cup of ice water until all the ice cubes have melted.
  4. Fold 1 cup of whipped topping into the strawberry jello until it is completely combined together. There may be a few small lumps when done, and that is alright.
  5. Chill the filling in the refrigerator for about 30-40 minutes until it's thick enough to spoon out into the pie crust {but not longer}.
  6. Spoon the filling into the pie crust and place the pie with filling into the freezer for at least 2 hours.
  7. Garnish the pie with fresh sliced strawberries and pile on the whipped topping. Enjoy!
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Comments

  1. I want that entire pie for myself. I love how cute it looks. Thanks for sharing! I might try to make this with my 6-year old, she loves getting in the kitchen with me.

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  3. I love how easy this is to make. I actually make something similar with lemon jello :)

  4. My sister actually makes something similar to this with strawberries and it’s a BIG hit among our family! Who doesn’t love a nice refreshing pie during the Summer months? :)

  5. Now this is a pie that I know would be devoured in 10 seconds flat in my house! YUM! Definitely making this for Canada Day Long weekend!

  6. Yuen C says:

    Going to make it this weekend, I have all the ingredients!

  7. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    Now this is the kind of deliciousness I like having for breakfast!

  8. I love anything with strawberries in it! Especially pie!

  9. What a refreshing pie. I truly forget about using jello in pies and not sure why they make such a great and delicious pies. Thank you for reminding me. I am going to try your recipe :)

  10. nicolthepickle says:

    This looks so yummy! I’d like to make it some time.

  11. Darlene Demell says:

    What an easy recipe this is. Just looking at this pie makes my mouth water. Its a recipe I will have to try for sure. Thanks for posting.

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