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.See Popular Key Lime Pie Recipes
A refreshing Key lime pie gets the benefit of high fiber when the crust is made with Fiber One® original bran cereal. It's delicious!
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.
This recipe combines two all-time favorites--key lime pie and ice cream--into one amazing tropical dessert creation. Lightly sweet, cool and tart, it's a wonderful dessert to savor on a warm summer night. Enjoy. It's National Ice Cream Month!
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.
Light-as-air, cool and refreshing, this low-calorie citrus pie will be a hit at summer parties.
Macadamia nuts and coconut flakes make a crust for the creamy citrus filling in these tropical dessert tarts.
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.
Rather than fussing with a pastry pie crust, spoon key lime filling inside mini phyllo dough shells.
Summer is about simple make-ahead desserts that are refreshing and tasty-such as this Key Lime Tart with Coconut Whipped Cream.
Pass the Chicken-Fried Bacon and the Pizza Cones. And maybe we'd better have a Fried Coca-Cola to wash them down with, followed by, for dessert, a Hot Beef Sundae or perhaps a little Key Lime Pie on a Stick. State fair food has always been crazy, but the website Delish has found the absolute craziest of the crazy items. (Watch 10 Most Unusual State Fair Foods.)
Longtime readers may recall the story of my first Thanksgiving pumpkin pie, but I'll share it again anyway. I remember walking past an end-cap display at the Key Foods on 7th Avenue in Brooklyn, then backing up to take a closer look: Cans of pumpkin pie filling. Packages of graham-cracker crust.
Discovering how to make apple pie filling is one of those things that practically defines being an American...well, an American home cook, anyway! Making pie crust is a close second.
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