The best way to eat fresh strawberries? In a pie! This one is easy to make. Make your own pie crust or buy one (I won't tell!)
1-1/2 cups cool water
2 Tablespoons cornstarch
1 (3 oz) pkg strawberry Jell-O (or you can use sugar free)
1 pound (or as much as you can fit in your pie crust) strawberries, hulled and halved
1 pie shell
Pre-bake pie shell as recipe calls or as instructed from box or package. Cool.
Meanwhile, in saucepan mix together water and cornstarch with a whisk. Cook until clear, it will thicken. Remove from heat and add Jell-O. Let cool for at least 10 minutes. You don't want it to cook your strawberries.
Add strawberries to cooled pie crust.
Pour Jell-O mix over strawberries taking care to make sure the strawberries have a little layer of the mix on them.
Chill until set. Serve with whipped topping if you like.
You had me at strawberry and then pie, too. Seriously, love strawberry pie this time of the year and your recipe looks so easy and delicious, too. Pinned, shared and hope you will link up at the Pin It Hop over at my blog today when you can :)ReplyDelete
yep, that looks amazing!! I love fruit pie and I've never made one quite like this. Pinning to try!! EmilyReplyDelete
It's so easy, I see many in our near future!Delete
Strawberry Season, Yeah! I was out picking berries and eating them faster than I could put them in the bowl. Might be awhile, before they make it to the house! When they do, this pie will be on the agenda...Thanks for the great recipe.ReplyDelete
I do that too but even this had too many to eat and plenty left for the pie!Delete
Been needing to make a pie with all the strawberries we have been getting out of our garden then this morning your post was the first thing I saw on Facebook, going to make this today!!ReplyDelete
I have had this pie before but not with homegrown strawberries..that would make it even better, Thanks for sharing on the Thursday Blog HOp!ReplyDelete
Fresh homegrown strawberries are certainly the star here! So much better than store ones!Delete
Strawberry pie is so summery and fresh, love it.ReplyDelete
Don't forget the whipped topping! ;)Delete
What a great easy recipe for a lovely dessert.ReplyDelete
It sets up fairly quickly so even if you don't think you have time, you do!Delete
I am drooling! Thanks for coming and linking up at The Weekend Social. Please be sure to come back next week starting Thursdays at 9PM EST on culinaryflavors.gr ! I hope to see you there!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful pie Jenny, and I love that it only has five ingredients!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
Fast and easy, always good qualities for food!Delete
What size pkg. Jello?ReplyDelete
Small one, 3 ounce. I'll add it to the directions!Delete
We have been picking a ton of strawberries from our garden lately. This is perfect. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xoReplyDelete
Perfect for Summer, Jenny! Thanks so much for sharing at Freedom Fridays! Pinned and scheduled to share on FB! :)ReplyDelete
Pinned and will be sharing on FB!!ReplyDelete
Hugs from Freedom Fridays!!
Hi Jenny, I am featuring your pie at The Weekend Social tonight on KitchenDreaming.com Thanks for stopping in last week and linking up! I hope to see you again this week!ReplyDelete
Thank you Jenny for partying with us at Simple Supper Tuesday Linky Party, your yummy PIE has been featured this week at Moore Or Less Cooking! NettieReplyDelete
Looks so springy and yummy! I'll make it sugar free for my diabetic hubby! Thanks for sharing on our PiDay link up!ReplyDelete