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10/27/11 9:39 A

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Thanks Mimi. I wrote this up to try for the holidays.

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PERSISTENCEMIMI Posts: 13,062
10/26/11 8:48 P

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No Bake Pumpkin Pie

I got the recipe from a girl who lost her weight on WW and became a lifetime member.
She is now already 10 years on maintenance, doing it only at home, very successfuly.

Delicious!
No baking!
Make it in 3 minutes
Just mix the ingredients and freeze.Before it is too hard, take it out and cut to slices, wrapping each slice individually, and put back in the freezer.

Ingredients

One Ready made low fat graham crackers crust
15 oz. can of pure, solid pumpkin
One small package, sugar free, fat free, instant vanilla pudding
8 oz. evaporated skim milk ( it comes in 12 oz. can. That's why I make THREE pies: two cans are 24 oz - good for three pies)
1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice

2 cups fat free Cool Whip (1 1/2 cups mixed with the ingredients, and 1/2 a cup as topping when serving it)

Combine in a large bowl all ingredients except Cool Whip.
When all is mixed well, add the Cool Whip. Pour into the ready made graham cracker crust and freeze.




Edited by: PERSISTENCEMIMI at: 11/1/2011 (18:29)
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