This no-fail recipe makes the best Key Lime Pie you'll ever taste. Keep a few cans of Carnation Sweetened Condensed Milk on hand for quick baking projects.
by D. Deborah
, Delaware on Apr. 2011
Looks yummo, cool and refreshing for summer!!
Key Lime Pie
by R. Rebecca
, Indianapolis on Apr. 2011
If it taste half as good as it looks then you have a real winner.
orange-key lime pie ->Delicious
by M. Monica
, , on Aug. 2010
This is a great treat for the summer. The only thing I made different was I added orange peel and juice to the recipe along with the limes (1/4 cup of each juice), so it was an orange-key lime pie and it was really delicious. I also substituted whipped cream w/ lime and orange peel and topped the pie with this cream rather than a cool whip topping.
Carnation Key Lime Pie
by V. Virginia
, Feeding Hills, MA on Jul. 2010
A delicious way to cool off on a hot summer day. It was a big hit with everyone.
Delish with minor adjustments
by V. Virginia
, Norco, CA on Jun. 2010
First off, I decided to use key limes instead of limes and it totally made the pie more flavorful than I think a regular lime would.
Secondly, after I mixed the sweetened condensed milk with the lime juice, it seemed that the consistency was too flat so I folded in the whip cream (8 oz tub). This gave it a nice fluffy consistency. Thirdly, this pie was delicious!
by l. lisa
, lansdale, PA on Jun. 2010
I love the simplicity of this recipe.
by R. Rachel
, , on May. 2010
This recipe is awesome... It is very tasty and takes almost no effort. Made it multiple times and it was a crowed pleaser every time. I even wrote about it in my blog where I like to post recipes that worked out for me.
by l. lynne
, sarasota, FL on Apr. 2010
I use fresh key lime juice with the zest from the key lime tree in my yard here in Florida.
by K. Kathy
, on Mar. 2010
Fantastic, "sublime" lime flavor, but I folded the lime and condensed milk into the whipped topping for a thicker texture. Light and delicious!
by G. Gloria
, Alabaster, AL on Mar. 2010
This is the only way I make Key Lime Pie. I just substitute key lime juice and away you go.
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