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Every year, we have strawberries that make their grand entrance behind our house. Now, I really have to keep an eye out for their arrival because if they are left on the bushes for too long the birds and other critters will have a smorgasbord of them. I don’t have a problem with feeding my feathered and furry friends but dude, I want those strawberries! I need those strawberries to make this scrumptious pie. However, if I need to I can always hop on over to my local farmer’s market and get all the berries that I need.
See what my friend Cathy Smith from Just A Pinch had to say about this recipe:
We love strawberrkies, even our dogs love strawberries. Couple of years ago I made a strawberry pie and asked how it was and everyone said good, it’s good. My daughter said I just wish it was…strawberrier. Good, just good, strawberrier, how dare they. But I picked up one of those berries and said like every good Southern woman, as God is my witness, they will never say just good again. So it took about a year to finalize this pie, so it was strawberry enough and not too soupy and we think it’s good. As a matter of fact, my daughter says she triple dog dares ya to eat this without loving it.
Haha! I bet my dogs would love a slice of strawberry pie, too.
1/2 c water
1 envelope of Knox unflavored gelatin
1 (10 ounce) can Bacardi frozen strawberry daiquiri mixer thawed
1 c Domino sugar
1 pkg strawberry jello ( the small one)
1/4 tsp almond flavoring
4-6 c fresh strawberries, hulled and cut in quarters lengthwise
1 (9 inch) Pillsbury pie shell
1. Pre-bake your pie crust and let cool completely. Note: I have never used frozen pie crusts but I did buy a couple because I was making extra pies for neighbors and if I ever do use frozen they will be Marie Callender’s.
2. Pour water into small saucepan then sprinkle the unflavored gelatin over it and let bloom while doing the other things.
3. Combine sugar and Bacardi frozen Strawberry Daiquiri mixer in small saucepan. Heat over medium heat until sugar dissolves and bring to a boil. Remove from heat and add strawberry gelatin. Stir until it dissolves.
4. Now heat the water with gelatin until it is dissolved. Stir this into the daiquiri mixture. Stir in almond extract.
5. Mix berries in gelatin before placing in pie shell. Pour into pie shell let chill 2 or 3 hours.
6. Garnish with whipped topping. ENJOY!!! This will even be good with berries that are not quite as good as others.
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