Sunday, January 4, 2009

Raspberry Fluff Pie

For the last couple of weeks I've been trying to clear my cupboards of the stockpiles of candies, chocolate chips, pie crusts...and all of the other tempting sweets that I am not giving a chance to call my name once I start low-carbing again.

After looking through several no-bake cheesecake recipes, I came up with this Raspberry Fluff pie recipe. It's not at all like cheesecake, instead it's more fluffy (hence the name).

Raspberry Fluff Pie

1 small box Sugar-Free Raspberry Jello
1-8oz package cream cheese, softened
3 TBSP sugar
1/2 C. milk
1 small tub of Cool Whip
1 graham cracker crust

Cream together Jello, cream cheese, sugar and milk until it's smooth and creamy. Fold in Cool Whip until combined. Pour mixture into the crust. Cover and refrigerate for 4-5 hrs. or until firm. You can set it into the freezer for 30 - 45 minutes for a speedier set up.
Everyone seemed to really like it--even my son, who doesn't usually eat any type of pie. This would be good made with any flavor jello that you have on hand.


Michelle said...

Yummy! This recipe is so versitile since you can use other flavors of Jello. I buy sugar free all the time.

Barbara Bakes said...

Sounds delicious! I wonder what the calorie count would be with reduced fat ingredients? Sounds delicious!

Anonymous said... some for me ok?

Tami said...

Thanks, Ladies, it was yummy!

Barbara, I'm not sure on the calorie count but I bet that the taste would be just as good!

Michelle said...

Tami I gave you a Butterfly Award since I love your site. See my blog!

Susan said...

You sure are baking up a storm with that new Kitchen Aid...I look forward to the rest of 2009 and all your wonderful creations! Happy New Year...

Anonymous said...

This is such a fun idea. It sounds like a tasty treat and a neat way to use up those ingredients :)! I'd like to share your recipe with our readers. Please let me know if you're interested!

Sophie, Key Ingredient Chief Blogger

Unknown said...

My grandma used to do something like this with strawberry jello but she didn't put it in a pie shell, just in a dish, then she would put sliced strawberries on top. The recipe was the same otherwise though. It was really good! I bet the raspberry in a shell would be good too, and it seems very versatile.

MaierHousehold said...

WOW...this looks yummy!

I have a easy pie recipe that you might enjoy...

1 small container of fruit flavord yogurt
1 container of cool whip
1 pkg of sweet-n-low
1 graham cracker crust

Mix yogurt, coolwhip & sweet-n-low together and pour into crust. Refrigerate before eating and you can even top with your favorite fresh fruit or canned fruit that matches your yogurt.

Tami said...

OOOHhhh, Kim, your recipe sounds really good! Thanks for sharing it with me!

Minny said...

Tami, this sounds similiar to the peachy squares recipe I have. Use peach jello & drained sliced peaches in it.

Tami said...

Hi Minny!

I think that there are quite a few variants of this recipe out there. I bet your peach squares are delicious. We went to SC over the weekend and bought some huge peaches. They are SO sweet!

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