Does a frozen cream pie recipe really get any tastier than this?
My mom was always the pie maker in our family. She learned how to make homemade pies from her mom and her mom taught her and so on and so forth. I am privileged to have taken on the honor of learning from her and being the new pie maker in town. Nobody knows how to teach a recipe like my mama. Anyway, mom used to make these awesome frozen cream pies that everyone would lose their minds over. She had chocolate, peanut butter, and vanilla. I’m super excited to give this Key lime version a whirl!
Thank you so much, Bless Us O Lord, for sharing your frozen key lime pie recipe with us. I took it to my church’s annual potluck supper last Sunday and everyone LOVED it!
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Thank you so much, Barbara, for sharing this awesome frozen key lime pie recipe with us. It came out of the freezer tasting fresh and delicious!
Check out what my pal Barbara from the Bless Us O Lord food blog had to say about this recipe:
One thing I like about this cookbook is it not only offers great ice cream recipes, but it offers recipes using those great ice creams. This recipe, however, does not use ice cream — it’s made to be just this pie. The crust is made with sugar cone crumbs (yum!), and it is topped with a macadamia nut whipped cream, which we unfortunately had to do without because of my son’s tree nut/peanut allergy (I’m sure it’s wonderful, however and I have included the measure of nuts in the ingredients in case you want to use them). If you don’t use the nut cream you could top the pie with some grated lime peel, or just leave is clean like I did.
I think it’s pretty cool that this recipe doesn’t use ice cream. Most frozen dessert pies do so this yummy Key Lime version i a quite a unique treat.
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