No-Bake Million Dollar Pie


No-Bake Million Dollar Pie


No-Bake Million Dollar Pie
No-Bake Million Dollar Pie

Simple and memorable, this No-Bake Million Dollar Pie will sweep you off your feet. This creamy pie recipe consists of Cool Whip, crushed pineapple, chopped pecans, shredded coconut, and more. To make this easy no-bake dessert, all you have to do is mix these ingredients together, pour the mixture into a graham cracker pie crust, and refrigerate for four hours. When it's set, you'll have a creamy treat that will keep you cool on a hot day. Top with Maraschino cherries for a brilliant dessert.

Chilling Time4 hr

Cooking MethodNo Bake

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Thankfully you don't have to be a millionaire to enjoy this No Bake Million Dollar Pie. You just can't go wrong with the combination of pineapple and coconut. It is quick and easy to make, the hardest part is waiting the four hours for it to freeze. It's well worth the wait. I would make this pie even in Winter, just to enjoy a taste of Summer on a cold Winters night.

This looks really good. I'm not a huge fan of pineapple, but add enough Cool Whip, pecans, and coconut, and I'm quite happy. On the other hand, my wife loves pineapple so this pie would be something she'd absolutely adore. So, given the ingredients, this is definitely going on our make list for use later this summer. One of the comments on the original recipe wondered if one could substitute strawberries for the pineapple, and I might try that sometime, too.

I also agree that the combination of these ingredients is so appealing and work so well together! Again, I agree that the graham cracker crust is what makes this pie worth a million dollars! This is a great summertime recipe that will impress your family and friends without costing a fortune or taking too much time or effort!

I loved the pineapple and coconut combination, but I think that the graham cracker crust was my favorite part. I'm not a huge fan of pastry crusts, so I loved that this one had a graham cracker crust. It was the perfect pair to the creamy tropical filling.

So refreshing! A great tropical treat for the summer, and so easy to make, too :)

This pie was nice and cool. It's a nice dessert to bring to a potluck.

I'm not a big fan of coconut so I was hesitant to give this recipe a try but it looked so good and I had a taste for a dessert. I'm glad I tried it! It tasted great... maybe I'm more of a fan of coconut than I thought!

This was an absolutely delicious pie. I could easily see myself eating it at a cook out or BBQ!

In my opinion, coconut makes everything better...and this pie is a summer dream come true! I can't wait to make this for the 4th of July :D

YUM. The combo of ingredients and the fact that it's served so cold makes it perfect for summer. Memorial Day potluck, here I come.

I'm not usually the biggest pineapple fan but oh. my. gosh. The graham crackers are the perfect complement to the sweet, fruity filling. I'm definitely saving this recipe!

looking for pea soup recipe and also clam chouder

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