Key Lime Pie
Traditionally made with the juice of key limes, this delectable pie is the state pie of Florida, where it originated in the Florida Keys. Try a classic version or add pizzazz with a recipe such as Fudge Surprise Key Lime Pie.
Key limes are golf-ball size citrus fruits with thin skins and plenty of juice. They add the telltale zing to this easy tart recipe.
Billowy frosting cloaks a moist and buttery lime-flecked cake whose subtle coconut flavor comes from canned cream of coconut.
Macadamia nuts and coconut flakes make a crust for the creamy citrus filling in these tropical dessert tarts.
Light-as-air, cool and refreshing, this low-calorie citrus pie will be a hit at summer parties.
The coconut sprinkled on the bottom of the pie crust in this creamy dessert recipe rises during baking to form a golden-brown crust on top.
Rather than fussing with a pastry pie crust, spoon key lime filling inside mini phyllo dough shells.
This pie recipe tastes more like cheesecake than a traditional Key lime pie. The filling is made with cream cheese and whipped topping, but has plenty of tart lime to satisfy devotees of the Florida specialty.
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