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Orange Ice Cream Pie

Orange Ice Cream Pie

"'This dessert is so good that you'll fix it often,' promises Barbara Sigwald of Baltimore, Maryland, The five-ingredient pie get its refreshing taste from soft drink mix. 'We like orange Kool-Aid best, but feel free to try it with you family's favorite flavor.'"
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10 m servings
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  1. In a large bowl, stir drink mix and water until dissolved. Add ice cream; mix well. Fold in whipped topping. Pour into the crust. freeze until firm. May be frozen for up to 2 months.

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I love this pie!! I made this with Tang, very good! It's also really good with Lemonade drink mix like country time. I wish I could give this 10 stars!

This is an old time favorite taste, a 50/50 bar! Sooo good and refreshing! Really quick to put together. I also used the tang like was suggested and the hubby gave it a 9:) the kids were not th...

This also works with either unsweetened drink mix, like Kool-Aid, or Crystal Light. I will use a fat-free frozen yogurt and if I'm watching my carb count, I'll forgo the crust. Really refreshing.

My 12 year old daughter made this for dessert. It tasted exactly like a creamsicle! Make sure the whipped topping is thawed so it doesn't clump up. Very easy to make!

Great, super-easy dessert! I also used Tang. I made it for a summertime BBQ get together and it was a hit! I am definately going to try this with some other flavors too.

Fantastic!!!!! Orange creamsicle in a pie!!!!

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