Recipe by Sandra Faust
"This pie is a refreshing end to a meal. It is always a big hit when served at gatherings. Enjoy!"
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finely crushed pretzels
1 (14 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk
frozen limeade concentrate, thawed
green food coloring, or as needed
heavy whipping cream
We loved this pie! Very light and refreshing and the crust was yummy. I made mine in a springform pan, and after removing, I decorated it w/ some more whipped cream and lime slices...great dessert~YUM! Thanks for sharing. :)
Ehhhh......but I am not a huge dessert person. Not to sure if I would try again.
This was good. Pretty easy to make and nice taste. Was a hit at a potluck and the first dessert to be gone. I used gluten free pretzels for the crust and did not add the food coloring.
I made this exactly as written. Everyone loved it, I will make this again.
It was all I could do not to eat the whole pie myself! I omitted the tequila and food coloring and used a ready made graham cracker crust.
I used this recipe to make a strawberry daquiri. I replaced the two alcohols with three tbl of rum and the limeade with thawed frozen strawberry daquiri concentrate. It was loved by all just remember two things. The maker gets to lick the bowl and dont serve to underage children
This was a tasty pie...however I wanted it to be a little thicker. It was refrigerated over night and it was still soft. Tasted very similar to keylime pie...
This came out very well. I've made a similar recipe with Ritz cracker crust (no sugar), lemonade concentrate (whole can) and Cool Whip (whole thing of it I think) that I also remember liking, for those of you who are wondering if this would work with Cool Whip. I made this as directed but as usual my whipped cream didn't whip at the bottom of the dish (I don't know why I have that issue) so it wound up having a non-fluffy layer of rather icy stuff in the bottom of the pie which tasted fine but it really is better if you are able to whip it completely. I enjoyed the lime flavoring on this one, or maybe it was the tequila. Either way, great recipe, thanks!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Frozen Margarita Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 208
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