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Words cannot begin to describe the awesomeness of this lime coconut pie.
So, currently, the temperature is sitting at a balmy 5 degrees here in western Pennsylvania. How is it in your neck of the woods? I don’t know about you guys and gals but I like to make tropical desserts when it’s wintertime. I came across this lime coconut pie on the Bless Us O Lord food blog and instantly knew that I had to make it for my freezing cold family. You’ll find that this dessert really thaws you out!
I am singing the praises of the Bless Us O Lord blog today because this lime coconut pie is amazeballs. Thank you so much for sharing your talents with us, Barbara.
Are you ready to get the details on how to make this amazing recipe courtesy of Bless Us O Lord? Head on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions.
Recipe and image courtesy of Bless Us O Lord.
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Quick Tip: This is a wonderful pie to enjoy when the weather is cold as it reminds you of warmer days ahead.