Best Cool Whip Pudding Pie

Best Cool Whip Pudding Pie

You won't find better easy pie recipes and no bake dessert recipes than this amazing treat! Whip up this Best Cool Whip Pudding Pie in simply no time at all! With only three ingredients this pie recipe is also easy to afford.


Note: This can be made with sugar-free Cool Whip and yogurt.

Cooking MethodNo Bake


  • 1 graham-cracker crust (enough for 8 servings)
  • 1 (8-ounce) container of Cool Whip
  • 2 (8-ounce) containers yogurt, any flavor


  1. Mix Cool Whip and yogurt gently, and fold into prepared pie shell.
  2. Freeze for at least 2-3 hours before serving. Serve with more Cool Whip if desired.

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I can't believe how easy this recipe is! I can't wait to try it in different flavors. I think I'll take Gracie's advice and try orange jello with orange yogurt first. Sounds like a creamsicle to me. Then I think I'll try strawberry after that.

I have made this pie for years. It was originally published in favorite brand name recipes cookbook in July of 2006. The most liked is orange jello and orange yogurt.

How can this be Best Cool Whip Pudding Pie if there is no pudding in it? Shouldn't the title be Best Cool Whip Yogurt Pie? There really should be more specific submission guidelines. This was quite misleading in it's title.

Just made one and its not bad can juice it up with fruit cocktail,blue berries or what ever.

Once again, the title is misleading...there is NO pudding in this pie! It is definitely NOT the best!

i love to make this type pies up because they are so easy and quick. i just made a fruit cocktail pie using a small pkg of vanille pudding mix, a 15 oz can of fruit cocktail and cool whip. i used about 2 cups cool whip. i covered the pie and place it in the refrigerator overnight so i am ready when hubby says, "what's for dessert?" it was simple and easy i do so love cool whip pies.

I have been making a similar pie for years, but I have always used fresh fruit as the flavoring. Strawberries, peaches, bananas, blueberries, raspberries and pineapple they are all great! If you use pineapple use canned or cook the fresh or it will curdle your yogurt. If i use blueberries I like to cook 1/2 in a little sweetner and water, thicken with corn stasrch, let cool then add with the freshberries to the pie mixture. If you substitute sugar free instant pudding for the yogurt you do not have to freeze, only refrigerate.

This is a great pie. But I add sugar-free jello. There is not enough flavor jut as it is written. You can also add say a sf jello (small), one sf yogurt, and a lite cream cheese. My Hubby will even eat this and he is a bit picky on his pies. No one really knows the pie is "lite" unless you tell them.

I agree, Mamacobber. I generally use two containers of yogurt and one small complementary flavored Jello.

I have a recipe that calls for diluting sugar free jello (1 box) in 1/4 cup boiling water. Add 2 containers of the same flavored yogurt ( I typically use orange jello and orange yogurt). Mix well then gold in a tub of cool whip. Mix and spread on a graham cracker crust. I usually combine graham cracker crumbs and vanilla wafer crumbs and it comes out delicious!


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