Recipe by Carol
"This is a great pie, and a little different to our usual lemon meringue."
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cream of tartar
1 1/3 cups
heavy whipping cream
I had a pie like this 40 years ago in a small diner in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and have been looking for a recipe ever since. This is a great recipe but make it easier on yourself. Fold fresh whipped cream into a cooled, cooked lemon pudding and pie filling mix (I like Jello brand); pour into a prepared cooked crust. Refrigerate at least 3 hours and you'll have the best dessert ever!
I am not even sure where to start with this review. I noted others and cut the meringue mix down by one egg white and it was still way too much, so I decided to pipe it onto parchment paper instead of putting it into a pie dish. When I tried to move it onto a serving dish it crumbled like crazy. How it would have been in a dish I can't imagine. I used key lime juice instead of lemon but the flavor was very thin and watery - it had no depth to the flavor. I played around with it and added more lime and a little more liquid sugar but it just ended up like some nasty instant pudding mix. I am going to crumble the meringue and fold it into whipped cream and serve with strawberries. Taste good but not the special pie I wanted for Easter. Gonna go now and make Chantals cheesecake! Sorry bout this but it is an expensive mistake.
I made two pies one "Key Lime Pie VII" and the Lemon Cloud Pie II. The Key Lime was excellent, but I received rave reviews for the Lemon Cloud. It was the hands down favorite. It is a bit of work to make but well worth the effort. I was somewhat suprised by how much the meringue expanded in the pie dish.
Yum, delicious. I made it for a dinner party and even those who claimed to hate lemon and meringue licked their plates clean. A real winner.
Very good pie Carol. I'm not a fan of whipped cream so I used Cool Whip instead. Could have been a bit more tart for our tastes, however, all in all, a light and refreshing dessert that I'll make again but add more lemon next time. Thanks so much!
I used to make a similar pie in the 70's and had lost the recipe. It's labor-intensive, but well worth the effort. You'll get rave reviews if you serve this to guests (unless your family gobbles it up first!) It is FANTASTIC!!
My grandmother, Jessie Hammer would make this lemon 'angel pie' for our Easter dinners. The only difference is... she added a third layer to the top ~ whipped cream. My mother carried on the tradition and so have I. My cousin has asked for the recipe so, I'll refer her to this. This is sooo yummy & nostalgic!
I went to an Oscar party with movie themed food, so I made this "cloud" pie for "UP IN THE AIR". the movie didn't win but this pie was heavenly. It is time consuming to make ,but worth it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Lemon Cloud Pie II
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 356
** Calories from Fat: 127
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