From the kitchen of One Perfect Bite... The most treasured of my gifts are those that have been made especially for me. I hope that mine are not singular treasures and that you, too, appreciate gifts that speak of thoughtful time and care. I know that many of you will be hosting gatherings next Sunday and I thought it would be nice to share a recipe that the kids can make for Father's Day. This simple dish is truly child's play, and as long as it is allowed to chill for several hours it can't go wrong - unless, of course, it's dropped on the floor. If the kids are going to make the pie, you'll want to provide some type of pre-baked pie shell, and if your assistants are very young, you'll want to oversee the transfer of boiling water from pot to pan. They really can make this pie themselves, so, while you'll want to keep the eyes in the back of your head focused, let them have at it. It won't look as pretty as yours, but I guarantee that Dad will think it's beautiful. Here is how this light and airy dessert is made.
Greek Yogurt, Lime and Honey Pie...from the kitchen of One Perfect Bite courtesy of Larry Sales
1/4 cup boiling water
Juice of one lime
2 tablespoons honey, plus extra for serving
1 (3-oz.) box lime-flavored gelatin
2 (7-oz.) containers plain Greek yogurt
1 (8-oz.) container of frozen whipped topping
Prepared graham cracker or baked short crust pastry shell (8 or 9-inch)
1) Add boiling water, lime juice and honey to a bowl and stir to dissolve honey. Add contents of gelatin packet to dissolve. Whisk in yogurt and whipped topping until smooth.
2) Pour into pie crust and refrigerate for 2-3 hours until set. Drizzle slices with additional honey if desired when serving. Yield: 8 servings.
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