|It's Cool to Cook|
|by Elizabeth Anne Downing|
It's Cool to Cook! is the brainchild of Elizabeth Anne Downing. After teaching food studies to junior high and high school students for many years...
1 - 10 of 30 for blackberry pie cool whip
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Mix sweet milk, Cool Whip, and the 2 pie fillings, and the ... grapes, apple and nuts -- it's your choice. Caution: This is a very rich, sweet dessert.
In medium bowl, ... half of the whip cream topping. Spread mix in pie shell. Chill for ... calories per slice and 8 grams total fat, but taste like heaven.
Add almond flavoring ... and fold in Cool Whip. After cake ... Spread pudding mixture on sides and top of cake. Keep in the refrigerator and serve cool.
Double for 9 ... crust: 1st: pudding with crushed pineapple. 2nd: blackberry or raspberry pie filling. 3rd: mixture (well mixed) cream cheese and Cool Whip.
Dissolve Jello in boiling water. Add pie filling and crushed ... Once set, spread Cool Whip over all. Optional: ... blueberry Jello and blueberry pie filling.
Dissolve blackberry or black cherry ... 1 can blueberry pie filling. Pour into ... filling and pour over set second layer. After set, top with Cool Whip.
Dissolve Jello in ... sour cream and whip until smooth. Stir in pie filling. Pour into ... around sides or fill center of ring mold. Serves 12 to 15 persons.
Bake pie shell until brown. Set to cool. Mix blackberry Jello with boiling ... Put in pie shell. Top with Cool Whip and refrigerate until ready to serve.
An excellent choice for a brunch dessert. The berries provide an added bonus of 2 grams of fiber per serving. Pour milk, lemon juice and lemon peel ...
Mix all together. Place in refrigerator until jelled.
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