Recipe for Easy Strawberry Pie

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I am sharing an easy recipe for strawberry pie!

Have you ever eaten at a Shoney’s restaurant?

More importantly, have you ever eaten their delicious strawberry pie?
Yum!
This easy strawberry pie recipe takes me back to the days of suffering the awful embarrassment of being seen with my parents in public just so I could get a slice of
Shoney’s strawberry goodness.
Were you embarrassed to admit that you had parents, much less actually be seen with them, when you were a teen?

Strawberry Pie recipe from Worthing Court.


Strawberry season will be here before you know it!

Strawberry pie on a white plate.

 

Strawberry pie graphic.
Ingredients
2 pie shells – I used Pillbury’s ready made pie shells
1 quart fresh strawberries, sliced
2 cups sugar
6 tblsp strawberry Jello – this is most of a large box of Jello
6 tblsp corn starch
2 cups water
Directions
Bake pie shells according to package directions – allow to cool
Place sliced strawberries in the bottom of the cooled pie shells
Mix sugar, Jello, corn starch and water together in a sauce pan and bring to a low boil, stirring often
Boil for 10 minutes, continuing to stir often.  Reduce the heat to keep the mixture from splattering
Allow to cool completely
Pour cooled mixture into the pie shells, over the strawberries
Place pies in refrigerator and allow to chill
Serve with your favorite whipped topping
Yield: 2 pies
 
The strawberry pie in a glass pie plate
 I’m so glad you stopped by!

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8 Comments

  1. Suzy, this recipe is a keeper… easy and delicious! Two magic words when it comes to making dessert! I LOVE LOVE LOVE strawberry pie and yours looks so delicious! I have never eaten at Shoney’s but here in Amish country strawberry pie is big. Here is what I say…. YUMMY… and thanks!!!!!
    I’d love you to share this at ON THE MENU MONDAY. Link goes live every Sunday at 8:00 pm. It would be a big hit!!!
    xo

  2. This looks so yummy! I love strawberries and can’t wait for fresh ones. I’m looking forward to hearing about your High Pt adventures- still bummed that I wasn’t able to go. 🙁

  3. Great pic and recipe. Do you have a plugin that will print the recipe? I know people love to use that and I don’t remember from my blogger days what I used.

  4. This looks like the same recipe that I used at Easter! It was so quick and simple and was totally delicious!

  5. I love strawberries ~ this looks so juicy and tasty!

    Thanks for sharing at Project Inspire{d}, Suzy and have a lovely week.

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    Hugs, Mary Beth