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No Bake, Delicious, Fresh Green Grape Pie.

Updated on July 3, 2011

Seedless Green Grape No Bake Pie.

Mix together ingredients, cool and pour into a graham cracker  no bake pie crust.
Mix together ingredients, cool and pour into a graham cracker no bake pie crust. | Source
Spread whipped topping on top of cooled pie filling.
Spread whipped topping on top of cooled pie filling. | Source
Cut and serve.
Cut and serve. | Source

Fresh Green Grape Pie.

Along came the No Bake Method.

This summer pie recipe is good to make all year long. It can also be made diabetic friendly. For those hot summer picnics and bar-b-q get togethers, this recipe will knock it out of the park!

I've made this pie with fresh strawberries and strawberry gelatin, and a few other fresh fruits, however, Blueberries do NOT do well. Try this recipe at your next gathering and let me know how everyone likes it. Your friends will be amazed at how clever you've become. Don't worry, I won't tell them that you got the recipe from me!

Fresh Seedless Green Grape Pie.

1 Graham Cracker Pie Crust

1 1/2 cups water

2/3 cup sugar

3 Tablespoons Corn Starch

1 small packet of Lime Gelatin (sugar free gelatin can also be used in place of the gelatin containing sugar.)

2 cups Fresh Green Seedless Grapes, cut each grape in half, (I know, I know... but believe me, It won't take long and it will be worth the effort.)

Whipped Cream or Non Dairy Whipped Topping

Put the Water, Sugar, & Corn Starch in a saucepan. Bring to a boil stirring constantly, lower the heat as the mixture thickens. Add the packet of Lime Gelatin. Mix it in well. Remove from the heat and cool for 15 minutes.

Fold the grapes into the Gelatin mixture and pour the mixture into the Pie Crust.

Cover the cooled Gelatin/Grape mixture with your choice of Topping.

Serves 6-8

Enjoy!

Until we meet again... Francesca27

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      ajthesmeagol 6 years ago

      How did you think of this? Very interesting.

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      WandasHomePlace 6 years ago

      So easy to make, and refreshing for the summertime. Thanks for this recipe.

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      chonett 6 years ago

      Nice recipe and an original one, too! You'd better get that cookbook

      going. it's overdue! Thanks!

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      gidget911 6 years ago

      I can't wait to try it... tonight.

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      bri36 6 years ago

      check this out! one of the best pies that i have made so far. thank you Francesca27 this is a really good idea.

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      NTR57 6 years ago

      I never thought of using grapes in a pie. I think that I will try this!

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      WandasHomePlace 6 years ago

      Looks gorgeous! My kids will love it. Can't wait to try it. Thanks again.

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      Francesca27 6 years ago from Hub Page

      At a boy... you go bri36!!!

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      bri36 6 years ago

      this looks really good, making some today with the green jello i found in the pantry.

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      mseptim 6 years ago

      This just sounds delicious!

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      Francesca27 6 years ago from Hub Page

      I can't believe I thought about this yesterday, when I bought some fresh seedless green grapes. My husband doesn't like grapes too much. There were too many for me to eat alone so I put this recipe together. We just had a piece... it is very refreshing, and no baking to heat up the house. Let me know if you try it.

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      Susan Zutautas 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      What a great recipe. I would never have thought about grapes for a pie.