8/21/12

White Chocolate Pie (Sugar Free)

Because I love dessert of all kinds, plus I love to bake, there is always a ready supply of goodies at my house to satisfy my sweet tooth. But the calories, oh my, the calories. This recipe is one that I don't have to feel guilty about making because it's a sugar free dessert. Everyone at my house loves this pie, and I don't think they can tell the difference between this and a high calorie creation.

This pie is a cool summer dessert, and it makes a great take-along for a pot luck.







White Chocolate Pie (Sugar Free)

3 cups low fat milk (1% or 2%)
2 boxes Sugar Free instant White Chocolate pudding mix (1 ounce each)
1 (8 ounce) container Sugar Free Cool Whip
2 prepared reduced fat graham cracker pie crusts
Fresh strawberries or other fruit (optional)

In a large bowl, combine the pudding mix with the milk; mix until smooth. Blend the Cool Whip into the pudding mixture. Divide the filling between the two crusts; chill for several hours until firm. If desired may be served by topping with sliced strawberries or other fruit sweetened with Splenda or sweetener of choice.






To make the pie filling, mix the milk and pudding mix, then blend in the Cool Whip. So easy!







And for a double delight, this recipe makes two pies.






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11 comments:

  1. Mmmm ... your recipes always look so good, Anita!

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  2. SO good! Pie, white chocolate....sugar free? YES!

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  3. Oh what a good friend you are! I LOVE this kind of dessert - quick, easy and delicious. We enjoy this kind of thing often in our home. MMMM! Thinkin' I'm gonna make this again soon. Thanks for the reminder.

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  4. This looks delicious. So cool and fruity! Thanks for stopping by this week and leaving me a sweet note about the Chipper Chicken Soup. I love that gadget...especially when I make potato soup. Have a great week!
    Blessings,
    Nici

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  5. I'm sure your friend appreciated the sugar-free, low-cal pie, Anita! I love that kind of dessert, when it takes care of the sweet tooth, tastes great and saves calories!!

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  6. This look amazing and easy!! I would love for you to link up to Tasty Thursdays at The Mandatory Mooch. The party is still live for a few more days. http://mandatorymooch.blogspot.com/2012/08/tasty-thursdays-5.html

    Thanks,
    Nichi

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  7. This looks delicious! My husband loves white chocolate so he'll be getting this soon :)

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  8. This sounds so good ... I love white chocolate! You could incorporate any pudding flavor in this recipe, couldn't you?! It reminds me of a coconut pie I made a long time ago ... alot like yours here, only I used coconut pudding but added extra cool whip on top with lots of toasted coconut! I honestly haven't made that one in ages, so thank you for sharing this one, which I'm definitely going to try! And thank you for sending that email message after I commented on your Hawaiian Crockpot Chicken! I'm going to pin this one as well! I'm also your newest follower! :)

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  9. Could you tell me the nutritional value for a slice? Thank you. Enjoyed this at church last night.

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  10. Could you tell me the nutritional value for a slice? Thank you. Enjoyed this at church last night.

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    1. Hi Jo Beth, So happy to hear you enjoyed the pie! I believe this recipe originally came from a Weight Watchers meeting, and I don't have the nutritional value for a slice. Some sites that I have been told will calculate the values are NutritionData and SparkPeople, but I have not tried them. I always think of this pie as "guilt free".

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