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Yogurt Jell-O Pie

Looking for easy quick pie recipes you can make any time your sweet tooth strikes? Yogurt Jell-O Pie is a no bake dessert you can whip up on the spot or make ahead for a frozen treat!


If you use prepared pie shells, they may come with a lid, which allows you to stack several pies inside your freezer compartment. Simply double or triple the recipe above to make several pies ahead and freeze them. It takes 30 to 45 minutes for a pie to thaw. Freeze them only about a week in advance.

Cooking MethodNo Bake


  • 1 (3-ounce) package fruit-flavored Jell-O
  • 1/2 cup boiling water
  • 2 (8-ounce) containers fruit-flavored yogurt, stirred
  • 1 (12-ounce) tub Cool Whip, thawed
  • 1 (8-inch) graham cracker pie shell


  1. Dissolve Jell-O in boiling water in a large mixing bowl.
  2. Add yogurt to Jell-O and stir until creamy and smooth.
  3. Be sure to let the mixture cool completely before adding the Cool Whip, or the Cool Whip will lose its fluff. Fold the Cool Whip into the yogurt mixture just until the whipped topping is the same color or marbled into the mixture.
  4. Spoon filling into graham cracker crust immediately. The filling will set up very quickly. Do not stir too much, as this will also cause the Cool Whip to lose its fluff.
  5. Freeze until 45 minutes before serving. Thaw and serve.

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Kmak, there is no instant Jello. This is made with Jello flavored Gelatin (your choice of flavors), NOT pudding. You need the boiling water to dissolve the gelatin so no you can not omit the water.

After printing recipe-Is it instant jello or regular jello that you use? Also what is the water for? Do you need it or not? What difference does it make if you leave it out?

I make a similar pie that is so much easier although it's not frozen, just refrigerated. Just mix the 8-oz yogurt, pkg of jello and the 12-oz cool whip together, and put into the pie crust either a regular or graham cracker, either is good, and refrigerate. Easy and delicious during the hot summer.

I made this today, with Peach jello and yogurt,Its Great! But, there is enough filling for 2 pies.And it took about 1 1/2 hours to freeze.

Can somebody please tell me what Cool Whip is? I'm a Kiwi and we don't have a product by that name here.Is there something else I could use?Thanks

Cool Whip is the name brand, also known as Whipped Topping. Here in the States, they keep it in the freezer section.

it is supposed to be Diet Jello, I have made this pie many times.

You can use either. But the very best is sugar-free both on the jello and the yogurt. You are right.

I find that yogurt curdles when added to Jello. Instead, I get a nice mixture when I temper the Jello very slowly stirring it into the yogurt.

I have this recipe but I never have used the water. I always mix it dry. I think it works really great. But I use sugar-free jello never sugared.


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