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
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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.
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!
Break out your double boiler to make this super-simple meringue, then spread generously on top of this zesty key lime cake. Garnish with coconut chips and lime slices.
Macadamia nuts and coconut flakes make a crust for the creamy citrus filling in these tropical dessert tarts.
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.
Summer is about simple make-ahead desserts that are refreshing and tasty-such as this Key Lime Tart with Coconut Whipped Cream.
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.
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.)
Isn't it about time limes found their way to the culinary lime-light? Absolutely, says one of the country's great fruit experts. David Karp (also known as the Fruit Detective) reports in the Los Angeles Times that our taste for the citrus fruit is going way beyond cocktail garnishes, noting that in the last decade per capita "consumption of limes more than doubled, from 1.55 to 3.61 pounds, according to Department of Agriculture statistics."
Make the most of fresh, spring produce by putting them to use in these delicious pies.
There's something about recipes for spring dessert bars that seems to herald the end of winter as fast as any robin or daffodil. They taste better, too. If spring is a celebration, then these healthy and easy-to-make desserts are the festive conclusion to any meal.
It's as American as ... well, yes, apple pie.NPR recently asked Americans to pick their favorite pies, and 14,000 people responded.
From fruit studded bars to chocolaty confections, whip up a pan of these dessert bars to share at your next gathering, party, or potluck.