I can't remember where I got this recipe but I found it while rummaging through my recipes the other day and thought I had better try it and blog about it. MMMMM. This was yummy. I chose to make peach flavored pie but you can make whatever your favorite flavor is. Just remember to put some fresh fruit with it to make it even more spectacular. This is definately a repeat recipe.
These are the players in this very easy, very tasty skinny pie.
Boil the water and add to the gelatin. Stir to dissolve. When it feels cool to the touch, add the yogurt and mix and then the whipped topping. This stuff if good!
Pour into the reduced fat graham cracker crust and chill for at least three hours if you can stand it. I actually licked the bowl and it is much better after it chills so wait-you won't be sorry.
I was in a hurry with this pie. If I had thought ahead better, I would have topped it with fresh peaches. MMMMMM. That would have been the best. I hope you will try this light and yummy dessert that won't break your points or your weight watching. You can make any kind of combination. Play with it and see what you love best. I know that I will be making this pie again. Good luck and have fun :0)
Skinny Creamy Pie
1 pkg. Sugar Free Jello
1/4 C. boiling water
2- 8 oz. Fat Free Yogurt
1- 8 oz. Fat Free Whipped Topping
1 Reduced Fat Graham Cracker Crust
Boil the water and mix with the gelatin to dissolve. Whisk in the yogurt and the whipped topping. Pour into the crust and chill for at least 3 hours. Can top with more whipped topping but adjust your points. Enjoy!!
So as I struggle with keeping this blog going and doing my Weight Watchers (I tend to cook very basic things instead of trying new recipes-I need to turn over a new leaf and try new things -haha) I have dragged my feet in posting. So I have a couple of new things to share. I will do one now and one in a couple of days. This is just a two ingredient little piece of heaven when you are having one of those days. Why is it that sweet goo can turn any day into a special day. Anyway. These are super easy and super tasty. Hope you like them!!
Mix the peanut butter and whipped topping with a spoon until completely mixed together.
Divide evenly into 12 cupcakes and freeze. After you freeze them you can put them in a ziploc bag.
This is a perfect little bite of rich yummy bliss and the best part is that it is only 1 points+ Weight Watchers points. It really can satisfy on one of the days when you just need a sweet treat. Give it a try.
Frozen Peanutbutter Fluff
3 Tbls. creamy peanutbutter
1 8 oz. fat free whipped topping
Mix all together and divide into 12 cupcake papers. Freeze. Drizzle with a tiny bit of chocolate syrup and enjoy.
*Note-you could add just a touch of vanilla to enhance the flavor of it all :)
This blog is dedicated to my beautiful, sweet and sassy daughter, Natalie. It was her dream to learn to cook and make delicious recipes that we had never made before and then blog about them. Before she died, she asked me to continue with the blog. I might not get to it every single week as she wanted but as I cook and blog she is in my heart and I hope that she is pleased with the results. It is our hope that you will be motivated or at least humored by my attempt. It is definately done with love.