How to make it

  • Mix yogurts and gelatin mix in a small bowl.
  • Place mixture into crust.
  • Cover with Cool Whip.
  • Refrigerate till served!

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  • dahlka 10 years ago
    Good points, elihnig. You are obviously very food-wise. It's too bad I prefer "easy" over "what's healthier" for me! Making my own whipped cream and pie crust would certainly make me a more seasoned cook! I just like this recipe when I'm in a rush and need a quick, tasty dessert!
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  • elihnig 10 years ago
    You can also use whole milk, full fat yogurt or greek yogurt to lower the carbohydrate count and make real whipped cream with whipping cream and Splenda to avoid the trans fats found in Cool-Whip.

    Don't forget the ready made pie crusts may also include trans fats and simple carbohydrates that will turn into glucose (sugar) in your body.
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  • dahlka 10 years ago
    I've done this too in the mini-graham cracker crusts...might be more conducive to cooking with kids! Being a teacher, I love no-bake recipes like this when cooking with kids! You can also use lemon yogurt with lemon gelatin mix. Also, if you want to be healthier, you can use no sugar added jello mix and and fat free yogurt! That's how I convince myself this is good for me! Have fun! Hope your kids like it!
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  • invisiblechef 10 years ago
    This one I added to cooking with kids, as it seems like it's fun and easy enough to do with the kids.
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  • zena824 10 years ago
    this sounds easy enough......
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