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Frozen Strawberry Kiwi Pie

By: Tess from Slow Cooking Kitchen

Frozen Strawberry Kiwi Pie
This image courtesy of Tess from Slow Cooking Kitchen

Perfect for the summer, this delicious fruit pie recipe is as colorful as it is delicious. Made with sweet summertime strawberries and fresh kiwis, the pie filling is made of strawberry Jell-O and melted chocolate. Keep cool and enjoy your dessert.

Preparation Time: 10 min

Chilling Time: 4 hr 10 min

  • 1 (9-inch) Ready Crust shortbread pie crust
  • 1 (3.4-ounces) strawberry flavored Jell-O gelatin
  • 3 blocks of white chocolate flavored Almond Bark
  • 2 cups water, divided
  • 10 fresh ripe strawberries
  • 3 fresh ripe kiwi fruits
  1. Using a pairing knife, cut ends off kiwi fruit. Carefully slide a teaspoon between kiwi peel and fruit and gently twist counter clockwise until peel has been completely dislodged from fruit and will slide out with gentle pressure.
  2. Cut tops off strawberries and slice to desired thickness; set aside.
  3. Melt almond bark in microwave safe dish for 30 seconds at a time on 50% power until smooth. Spread over inside of pie crust.
  4. Bring one cup water to boil on stove top; remove from heat. Add Jell-O and hot water to mixing bowl and stir until well dissolved. Add one cup ice water to mixture.
  5. Fill pie crust with kiwi and strawberries; scoop small amounts of Jell-O mixture over fruit, filling to half way. Freeze for 2-3 hours or until fruit is solid.
  6. Carefully tip pie sideways allowing excess Jell-O mixture to pour out; discard excess Jell-O. Return pie to freezer for one hour; serve frozen. Pleasant Tastings!

Due to the enzymes in kiwi fruit, the Jell-O will not set as normal making it necessary to drain excess and keep frozen.

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