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Pralines & Crème Butterscotch Pecan Ice Box Pie

Contributed By: BnBFinder | See all of BnBFinder's recipes
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Active Time:  15 Minutes
Total Time:  2 Hours
Please family and friends with this easy no-bake butterscotch pie.
RECIPE INGREDIENTS
1 Qt of Plain Yogurt
2 Boxes of Jell-0 Sugar Free/Fat Free Butterscotch Pudding
1 TBSpoon of Splenda Brown Sugar Substitute
2 Cups Crumbs from Food Processor or Ready Made from Box Keebler Brand
1/2 Cup Butter
1 Cup of Vanilla
1 Lg Tub of Cool Whip Plain or Low Fat or Low Sugar
DIRECTIONS
Mix 1 Qt of Plain Yogurt, 2 Boxes of Jell-0 Sugar Free/Fat Free Butterscotch Pudding and 1 TBSpoon of Splenda Brown Sugar Substitute w/ a Wire Whip till firm.


Set aside in Refrigerator


Make a Graham Cracker Crumb Crust or Buy Ready Made


Put into microwave proof or glass Mixing Bowl med. size;


2 Cups Crumbs from Food Processor or Ready Made from Box Keebler Brand, 1/2 Cup Butter and 1 Cup of Vanilla


Melt and Stir Crust Mixture after 1 Min. in Microwave


Prepare Lg Deep Pie Pan by spraying with Pam


Spread & Press Crumb Mixture into Pie Pan


Spread Butterscotch Filling in Crust and even out & put in Freezer to hold about 1 Hr.


Thaw 1 Lg Tub of Cool Whip Plain or Low Fat or Low Sugar


Spoon Lg Dollops on top of Pie and Spread Gently and Swirl


Drizzle ready made carmel topping like grocery store next to Granny Smith Apples


Suggest drop in thin drizzle off teaspoon back & forth in Square Tattersaw Pattern


Top with whole or chopped Pecans and Re-freeze till ready to serve about 1 Hr.


Store left-over Pie in Freezer


Date Added: 11/02/2009
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Rating: 1
by: Delight Reviewed: 11/29/2011
WHAT???????????
This is a horribly written recipe. It calls for ONE CUP of vanilla. I'm sure it's probably supposed to be 1 teaspoon, but even that seems a bit excessive. The butterscotch pudding has such a strong taste, that I would imagine you would only want about 1/2 teaspoon vanilla. On top of that, it doesn't say how much to use of the pecans. A tablespoon or ten cups? LOL
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