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Non-Fat, Sugar-Free, Low Calorie Dessert :)

July 3, 2009

Need a low calorie, non-fat, sugar-free dessert of the 4th of July weekend? Try this recipe!
My grandmother always makes this for me when I come out to visit.
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Crystal Light Pie

Ingredients:
– 2 cups Fiber One cereal
– 4 tbsp. LAND O LAKES Whipped Light Butter (melted)

– 1 3.5oz package of Jello Instant Sugar-Free Lemon Pudding Mix
– 1 3.5oz package of Jello Instant Sugar-Free Vanilla Pudding Mix
– 1 large container of Crystal Light Lemonade drink mix
– 8 oz Fat-Free Sugar-Free Cool Whip
– 3 1/2 cups Fat-Free Milk (I love Almond Milk… and it’s only 40 calories)
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Directions:
– Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
– To make the pie shell, blend up fiber one cereal to make a bread-like consistency
– Mix fiber one cereal with melted butter
– Spread into a non-stick pie dish
– Bake for 10 minutes
– Set aside to cool

– Mix together the vanilla and lemon pudding mixes, crystal light, and milk
– Fold cool whip into mixture
– Pour the mixture into pie shell
– Put pie the refrigerator for a few hours or until chilled

ENJOY!

4 Comments leave one →
  1. July 3, 2009 11:44 PM

    I was looking for a dessert to take to a cookout. Thanks for posting!

    • Ruth permalink*
      July 6, 2009 10:03 PM

      Hope you liked the dessert!

  2. Anonymous permalink
    October 14, 2010 2:34 PM

    So many chemicals!

  3. Deborah permalink
    January 5, 2013 1:26 PM

    I’ve had the Almond milk in pudding before and had negative results with the pudding not setting up. Suggest skim milk
    instead.

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