EASY AND DELICIOUS STRAWBERRY YOGURT PIE
...Just in Time for Valentine's Day
Sometimes you and your family want something for that sweet tooth, but you don't want to break
the bank, calorie-wise. Right?
Other times you want a fresh and dreamy dessert for family get-togethers, church fellowships,
school events, or neighborhood socials, but you don't have lots of time to spend in the kitchen.
This yogurt pie is the never-fail treat that you can whip up in a jiffy and serve to family
or guest in any setting.
Best of all, the pie only takes a few minutes to prepare. Then you can wash and invert the
plastic lid that came with the crust, and place it into the refrigerator until you are ready to serve
I don't know where I got the original idea. I'm sure I tasted it at a social function or read a similar
recipe somewhere. Mainly all I have done through the years is simplify it to a few quick steps using
My children loved the tasty treat. Now my seven
grandchildren love it, as well. I have served it to
guests, as well, for over thirty years who often
remark about the way it is the perfect combination
of light, fluffy, ice cream-ish, and almost guilt-free
People often think you spent a lot of time making it.
It is optional whether you `fess up or not about how easy
the pie is to make!
Also, if you don't tell people that one of the main ingredients
is yogurt, they will never know that, either.
Best of all, it doesn't cost much to make a dessert that tastes like a million bucks!
You can use many different variations of fruit and yogurt combinations, but why not try strawberry
first, especially sometime around Valentine's Day.
STRAWBERRY YOGURT PIE...Easy and Delicious
1 Keeblers Ready Crust® (Shortbread or Graham
3 Yoplait Original 99% Fat-free Strawberry Yogurt®
(6 oz. each)
1 Kraft Cool Whip® (8 oz.) thawed
1 16 oz. container of stawberries (diced)—save 4-6
large strawberries to cut in half to decorate the top
of the pie
Mix the yogurt and Cool Whip® together, then stir in You can also place the pie in the freezer for an hour or more and serve it as a frozen cream pie.
diced strawberries and pour into the crust.
Refrigerate and let the pie set up for a few hours or
Consider other options:
Blueberry yogurt with fresh blueberries
Cherry yogurt with fresh sliced cherries
Peach yogurt with fresh diced peaches
Blackberry yogurt with fresh chopped blackberries
Also, you may prefer another yogurt brand, but the thicker ones such as Yoplait® seem to work