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Easy Recipe – Strawberry Pie

Since spring is finally here, sort of (it snowed here in Denver on Easter day, sigh), I thought I would share one of my favorite strawberry recipes with you. It is a pretty simple recipe that does not even require any baking. Start to end, it takes about 20 minutes. As I do at my baking site, I am going to share with you here the tale behind the recipe.

Cream Cheese Strawberry Pie

Strawberries are my favorite fruit. I always have them around when they come into season in the spring. It always brings back memories of going to pick berries with my family in the summer. We would all pile in the car with buckets and ice cream pails, keen to taste fresh summer berries. We would go to one of the nearby berry farms that had acres and acres of berries. I remember it seemed so huge to me as a kid and I could not believe how many rows upon rows upon rows there were. All of us kids of course finished up eating just as many berries as we picked. There is nothing that has quite as much flavor as a strawberry fresh from the field, warm with sunshine. Makes me want to go hunt down a local berry farm so I can share that memory with my daughter!

1 package (8 ounces) strawberry flavored cream cheese1 package (3.4 ounces) vanilla flavored pudding 2 cups cold milk1 (6 ounce) ready-to-use graham cracker pie crust1 pint of strawberries

Prepare the vanilla pudding according to the package directions. (Place the pudding mix and the milk into a bowl and whisk together for 2 minutes.) Allow it to set for 5 minutes. I usually use this time to start washing and cutting the strawberries. I typically just cut them in half for this recipe. Once the pudding has set, place the cream cheese in a medium sized bowl and mix with an electric mixer for 30 seconds at low speed. Add the pudding to the cream cheese and mix for about one minute on low speed. Place the mixture into the pie crust and place it in the refrigerator for 10 minutes. Continue washing and cutting the strawberries while the pie is in the refrigerator. Place the strawberries on top of the pie. Store any leftovers in the refrigerator.

Delight in your spring (and your berry picking adventures)!

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With a passion for baking and anything sweet, Jill Seader enjoys sharing her yourbakingstory.com”target=”_blank baking recipes and tales . She also invites you to share your own tales and recipes on her site. Pleased Baking!



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