Lemonade Cream Cheese Pie
On a hot summer day, this cream cheese lemonade pie recipe is just the thing you need. This dessert recipe is creamy, tart and full of lemon flavor. This easy dessert is a refreshing, and easy to make. You can taste the lemonade and the tartness of with each bite. And the best part is that you only have to use the oven for making pie crust between 10 to 12 minutes. The pie filling doesn't have to bake, you will, however, have to let it set in the fridge for at least four hours. This easy dessert has a graham cracker crust and creamy filling made with cream cheese, instant lemon pudding mix, evaporated milk and lemonade concentrate. For the full step by step dessert recipe and video tutorial, you'll want to take a look at the Great Grub Delicious Treats site.
When it comes to making pie crust, graham cracker cookies crust are the way to go. For this lemonade dessert recipe, the pie crust calls for graham cracker crumbs, sugar and butter. The cookie crust is one of the easiest ways of making pie crust. They are typically a combination of cookies, butter and sugar. Cookie crumb pie crust is a pie baker's dream, especially if you don't have a lot of time. All it takes is to crush some cookies, add in some melted butter, and you press the crust into the pie plate. Cookie crumb pie crusts don't require any chilling, no rolling, and no stress Cookie crumb pie crusts are great for ice cream pies since the crust firms up when chilled and don't really need to be baked. When making pie crust from cookies, this technique also works great for cheesecake and some custard pie recipes. You can use Oreos with the filling, gingersnaps, graham crackers, shortbread, or any other cookies, whatever you think would complement the flavor of your pie filling. When making pie crust from cookies it helps to have a food processor, which will help to turn your cookies into crumbs in seconds, but you can also crush the cookies for the pie crust in a plastic bag using the bottom of a sauce pan.
Some cookie crumb pie crust recipes call for adding in some extra sugar to the cookie crumbs, but it's not necessary. You could, however, add in some finely chopped nuts to the pie crust recipe. A basic cookie crumb pie crust recipe is 1 1/2 to 2 cups of cookie crumbs, 5 or 6 tablespoons of melted butter, that's it. The exact measurements for the cookie crumb pie crust recipe will depend on how big the pie plate is and how far up the sides that you want your pie crust to go. If you want the cookie crumb pie crust to extend all the way up the sides of the pie dish, then you want to use two cups of cookie crumbs and at least six tablespoons of melted butter. You can always add in a little more. The goal of this pie crust is to have a moist mixture that will hold together when you pinch it. To form the pie crust, simply pour the cookie crumb/butter mixture into the bottom of a pie plate and then press it out and up with your fingers. With a cookie crumb pie crust, making pie crust is a breeze.
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