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Thread: Weight Watchers Key Lime Pie

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    For those that were interested from the "pumpkin" thread ... here's the recipe with some modifications

    2 small or 1 large box of sugar free lime jello
    1/3 cup boiling water
    2 8oz key lime pie flavor yogurts (we liked the Yoplait light thick & creamy the best)
    1 8oz frozen fat-free whipped topping, thawed
    1 9" reduced fat graham cracker crust

    Dissolve jello in boiling water. With wire whisk, stir in yogurt. With wooden spoon fold in whipped topping. Place mixture in crust. Refrigerate over night. ENJOY!

    You could you any jello/yogurt combinations you prefer.

    Suzy

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    My absolute Fav. PIE!!!!
    Thanks for cutting the Calories for me!!!

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    funny you sent this they gave us same recipe at ww mtgs couple weeks ago its so yummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuzyQ
    For those that were interested from the "pumpkin" thread ... here's the recipe with some modifications

    2 small or 1 large box of sugar free lime jello
    1/3 cup boiling water
    2 8oz key lime pie flavor yogurts (we liked the Yoplait light thick & creamy the best)
    1 8oz frozen fat-free whipped topping, thawed
    1 9" reduced fat graham cracker crust

    Dissolve jello in boiling water. With wire whisk, stir in yogurt. With wooden spoon fold in whipped topping. Place mixture in crust. Refrigerate over night. ENJOY!

    You could you any jello/yogurt combinations you prefer.

    Suzy
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    THANK YOU! I had this at a party and it was deeelicious! She had made a lemon one and key lime... they were ENJOYED BY ALL!!!

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    Thank you. Just might have to try that one soon!

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    I have made this, really good refreshing dessert.

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    Thanks interested in any recipe with less calories. LOL

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    Thank you for sharing.

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    Thank you

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    Thanks, SuzyQ, this sounds delicious and easy to make.

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    Sounds yummy, next time I go to the store I picking up the ingredients. Can't wait.

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    Sour cream blends better, and makes a stiffer result....use the same amount as the yoghurt. and is about the same or less calorie count.
    Plus it is quite tasty too!
    I leave the whipped topping out! You will see you do not need it.....although the results make this recipe look more like a real Bavarian Cream dessert.
    Besides, I do not like its artificial taste.
    If you want, put more of the sour cream on top, or use real whipped cream, for an authentic old world glamour.
    Experiment.... I use more hot water... as much as the full amount asked for on the box, and layer it in a pretty bowl.
    This is great with orange jello,
    or rasberry for Christmas or Valentines day or the 4th....

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