Recipe by WORKINGMOM2004
"This is a wonderful pie for parties, or just for yourself. It's great on a hot summer day, but you could make it any time of year - so refreshing."
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1 (14 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk
1 (6 ounce) can
frozen pink lemonade concentrate, thawed
1 (8 ounce) container
frozen whipped topping, thawed
2 (8 inch)
prepared graham cracker crusts
OH MY GOODNESS!!!
Made this today (half recipe) and between 4 of us there is not one piece left.
I did add a slight touch of red food coloring to make it pinker.
Wondering if other frozen juices would have the same FABULOUS results?
Such as Margarita Mix, Grape Juice, Orange Juice, Guava Juice, etc.
I see myself experimenting with this one.
Comapny is coming tomorrow and I know this will be on the menu ...
Thanks WorkingMom2004 for a great, quick and easy dessert.
Definitely freeze this, and definitely only let it thaw about 20-30 minutes before consuming. Mine turned into a puddle and we ended up just scooping it out in clumps. The taste was very good if you like tart, though. I skipped the sweetened condensed and used 1 package of cream cheese and 1/4 cup sugar as some suggested.
Because a lot of the reviews said the pie didn't hold it's shape, I eliminated the sweetened condensed milk and used 8 oz. of cream cheese and 1/3 c. white sugar instead. I creamed those together, added the lemonade concentrate, and followed the rest of the recipe except I also thought it was better in just one pie crust. Very good!
I made this recipe last night for a goign away party for two friends. Everyone to had a slice loved it!
I do have a suggestion though, make this pie the night before and put it in the freezer, it get firmer that way which adds to the goodness of the pie! ENJOY!
YES, YES, YES! Quick and easy hardly any mess. On my second time making this I made some changes that made all the difference. 1 – Add a few drops of Red Food color (like others did here) 2 – Don’t fold in the whip topping in…. get out your hand mixer and beat this bad boy till it gets fluffy and “spoons” into the pie shell. If it “pours” you didn’t beat it long enough. ? I made several and they freeze nice. Make a bunch a head of time and keep in the freezer for parties and potlucks when you don’t have time to make anything… try putting a carton of fresh raspberries on top before serving for an added kick. My next try I will use Bacardi Mixers (freezer section) – Pina Colada!
This is the same recipe my grandmother made me my whole life. What I do is make the recipe twice (not double, make it separately twice), then I pour it into three pie crusts and give two away.
I left this pie in the freezer for a whole day prior to serving, and it was still runny. I definitely recommend frezzing for at least 2 days to help it set. The flavor was great, even still.
My grocery store only had frozen lemonade and limeade, but no pink lemonade, so I decided to try making this exactly as the recipe calls for, but using limeade. OH MY GOSH, IT MAKES THE PERFECT KEY LIME PIE! I couldn't believe it! For years I have been making a much more difficult key lime pie, and this super easy recipe tastes exactly like it! So, I will have to try the original recipe with pink lemonade, but I wanted to say thanks for helping me discover a super easy delicious way to make key lime pie from now on!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pink Lemonade Pie
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 99
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