Monday, May 29, 2017

Strawberry Whipped Sensation Pie

 I'm having a slice of this Strawberry Whipped Sensation Pie that my darling granddaughter and I made the other day, when I picked her up after school.  I have more in the freezer, if you'd like to stop by.

 

 This Roy Kirkham teacup is one of my favorite summer ones.  It's called Alpine Strawberry and I love the bees that are on the cup and the saucer.


 Here's Cissy busy squeezing the lemons.  I had lots of lemons, but I would never judge, if you'd like to use bottled lemon juice.  In fact, we used a shortcut and used prepared crusts for our pies.  Making things easy for kids is a good idea.  We also doubled the ingredients and actually got three pies.  I have one to take to a friend that recently had surgery.


Happy Memorial Day!  xo

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Strawberry Whipped Sensation Pie

I tried this as a dessert from Kraft, but decided that it was easier, and less messy in pie form. It's really a perfect, cool, easy summertime recipe.

INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 cups fresh strawberries
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/4 cup lemon juice
  • 1 tub (8 oz.) frozen whipped topping, thawed and divided
  • 1 Oreo cookie crust (or make your own)

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Mash 2 cups berries in large bowl.
  2. Add the sweetened condensed milk, lemon juice, and 2 cups of the thawed whipped topping.
  3. Pour into the pie crust. Frost with additional whipped topping. Cover and freeze for 6 hours.
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Thank you for your visit!  xo
I am sharing this with these lovely parties:

48 comments:

  1. Looks yummy! I need to make something with an Oreo crust. '-)
    Always fun to see your little helper in the kitchen. I know you two have fun together. The cup and saucer are delights with their buzzing bees.

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  2. Yum. I'm coming right over.
    Amalia
    xo

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  3. Hi Kitty! I have made that recipe many times! Your teacup is a pretty, a cup of tea and pie sounds good to me! Wish I could join you! You are blessed to have such a sweet granddaughter to share your love of cooking! Lucky little girl! Have a great Memorial Day!
    Hugs. Nancy

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  4. Your pie looks delicious!Beautiful teacup!Hugs.

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  5. This pie looks so good and yummy and perfect for the summer Kitty!
    Hope you have a nice Memorial Day.
    Thanks for sharing this at C&C with J&J.
    Julie

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  6. Looks delicious, Kitty! I am going to try this! Your Cissy and her competence in the kitchen reminds me of my granddaughter Mackenzie at that age.

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  7. Your pie looks great Kitty! I'm sure it will warm up enough here to enjoy it soon:@)

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  8. Your pie looks great, Kitty! I loved seeing your little helper. I think she is getting quite a cooking education from you! I have never seen the device she is using to juice the lemons; mine is quite different: a glass jar on the bottom, and on top something you put the lemon on and twist it, and the juice runs down into the glass jar. Have a nice summer!

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  9. I would love to stop by and chat as we indulge in a piece of your pie. Have a nice Memorial Day and a blessed week.

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  10. This looks so delicious! I am totally trying this out soon :) Love your blog!
    -Jenna <3
    Follow me back? The Chic Cupcake

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  11. Your whipped pie is just what I need for this heat. Summer is here! I have a similar lemon squeezer. My parents use lemons all the time so a few years ago, my brother (who lives in a different province) got them a fancy electric squeezer. Of course, they only use it when he's around. HA!

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  12. Kitty, oh my, that pie looks perfect for this holiday weekend. Wish I could pop on over for a slice! xo

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  13. Wow is that ever easy! Thanks for the recipe &other darling photo of your sweet granddaughter! She is growing up right before our eyes!

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  14. Well I should NOT be reading this at 9:30 at night when I'm hungry. Good thing I don't have the ingredients....yet! This looks SO good. Love that cup and saucer and your little helper!

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  15. Oh, my goodness...this looks SO yummy! I LOVE strawberries! Thank you for another wonderful recipe. You are such a blessing! I am praying for you, sweet friend, and sending lots of love to you. God bless you!

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  16. What a simple and easy dessert! Looks fantastic. And fresh lemon juice? Why yes...I do think I'll have a big piece or two. Lovely! So tickled to know you had a little helper!

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  17. You and your granddaughter not only make delicious desserts but memories as well.

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  18. That Strawberry Whipped Sensation Pie looks positively wicked! The tea cup is such a sweet one. Bees and strawberries, a perfect match.

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  19. Oh my...that pie looks so delicious and also refreshing treat for summertime. Your strawberry teacup is just perfect for sipping along as you enjoy the yummy treat...I love the bees as well! And I love the expression on Cissy's face...squeezing lemons is a hard job! Have a blessed week, Kitty! HUGS!

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  20. Yum, that strawberry pie looks delicious. Love the pretty tea cup and saucer. Kitty, another thing we have in common, I have a cousin with the name Cissy, like your adorable grand. Love the cutie in the snap with the pretty bow. Enjoy your week.......

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  21. Hi Kitty, Oh how delicious this looks. Love it and the easy quick recipe it is. Great to make and have on hand. Your friend will love it. Cissy is so cute preparing the lemon juice. She is gaining so many homemaking skills that are going to be so helpful in life.
    Love your beautiful teacup and saucer. The bees are so cute. Such a lovely setting on a warm afternoon. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
    Have a great new week sweet friend. xo

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  22. OH yum, anything with sweetened condensed milk in it is always good! A wonderful recipe for young bakers! She's adorable Kitty!
    Jenna

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  23. That looks so delicious! So did those oatmeal cookies on your last post :)

    I hope you're not having the blues still, my sweet friend. If so, eat more sweets ;)

    xo,
    rue

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  24. Oh yes, I would LOVE to stop by! And not just for the delicious looking pie, but also for some sweet fellowship with you, my friend.

    Love and hugs to you!

    P.S. -I did receive your email and Lord-willing, I will reply soon {{smiles}}

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  25. Such a decadent looking pie and easy enough to make. I purchased a bottle of lemon juice to use for baking etc. but when I read the label it contains sulphites so I'm not sure I want to use it.

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  26. I love the teacup, and the Pie looks delicious!
    Your Granddaughter is so pretty!

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  27. This sounds delicious but, not being in the states, I wonder what frozen whipped topping is?

    Diana

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  28. What a pretty tea cup and saucer... and wonderful dessert! :)

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  29. Looks so wonderful! I just went to the orchard yesterday and got a flat of strawberries! This will be delicious1

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  30. Hello Kitty, this strawberry dessert looks perfect for the summer.
    thanks for sharing this at C&C with J&J.
    Enjoy the week.
    Julie

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  31. YUMMY TO MY TUMMY! Just pinned this. Looks so cool and refreshing. I need something cool cause it's do dang hot in my neck of the woods and summer hasn't even begun! I love the tea cup Kitty. When we first built our house I done my kitchen in strawberries. Of course since then it has changed it's looks. I might have to whip us up one of these pies for Sunday dinner. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  32. Can one ever have too many strawberries??? I think not! Your teacup is a favorite of mine and the pie looke wonderful! Saving that recipe! Nice to have such efficient helpers! Thanks so much for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
    Ruth

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  33. Looks wonderful and I love anything with an Oreo crust! I would love a piece right now :-) My sweet 92 year old neighbor Isabelle just brought us two pieces of rhubarb pie, so I will make your pie to return the favor. xoxo

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  34. Looking fabulous Kitty. The strawberry cup is so cute and perfect to compliment your luscious strawberry cream pie. I wish I could join you.

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  35. Oh delicious Kitty!! I think my mother used to make this pie. She is still the queen of the frozen dessert pies and my dad loved them, especially with oreo crusts. My now 25-year old son remembers fondly making blueberry pie with my mother, so you can be sure you are making happy memories for your beautiful and clever Cissy! Linda

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  36. Hi Kitty, this is great. I hope you bring it over to Food on Friday as part of Pot Luck. You'll find a link towards the top of my sidebar. Cheers from Carole's Chatter

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  37. this looks sooo good...my mama made a Strawberry pie that was beyond good..i think i have the recipe somewhere...must look.
    your g'girl is so pretty with her big bow...xo

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  38. I'd love to eat a slice and sip tea from that pretty teacup! The pie sounds delicious Kitty! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  39. That looks delicious and light...probably wrong on that last point. Wonderful attention being paid to the lemon squeezing. 🙂

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  40. Kitty, it looks so pretty! And I love that teacup and saucer. I've never seen that pattern - strawberries AND bees!

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  41. The pictures are beautiful.
    I loved knowing the blog.
    Janicce.

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  42. Hi Kitty,
    So nice to visit you today! The strawberry pie that you made with your lovely granddaughter looks so pretty and very delicious! AND a chocolate crumb crust to boot! WOW! It is the perfect summer pie plus I imagine it is quite refreshing as well! Love your strawberry theme and your tea cup is so sweet! Hope you are having a nice weekend! xo
    Linda

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  43. Kitty, I just made the pie and it's in the freezer for later. I'm going to include it in my Flag Day blog post. It's perfect for our local strawberry season which is coming up soon.

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  44. I am loving this, it looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing this at the Dishing It & Digging It Link Party.

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  45. Hi Kitty, this would fit perfectly in Food on Friday: June under the berries theme. Hope you bring it on over. You'll find the link towards the top of my sidebar. Cheers from Carole's Chatter

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  46. Congratulations Kitty,
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week with the most page views! Thanks so much for sharing it with us, we have really enjoyed it and hope you enjoy your new Red Plate!
    Miz Helen

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