Monday, January 3, 2011

Mango Pie

Mango Pie

I know it has been a while that I posted a recipe on FoodZone. These days I haven't cooked much, and even if I cooked, those recipes were already there on the blog. I wanted to post some special recipe for Christmas but couldn't and then thought of doing that for new year and that did not happen either. Holidays have been busy with friends, parties and travelling around.

Hope you all had a merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year.

My cousin 'S' sent me this Mango pie recipe and pictures to put on my blog on the last day of the last year :) I wanted to add it to the blog immediately as a new year post, but I just could not find time to do that. I did not even know where my laptop was. The day was that crazy. In fact today morning, before going to work, I literally had to search for my laptop. Sometimes I wish we had something like Google to search for things in the house.

Anyways coming to the recipe, she said it is a simple but a super yummy pie. So if your still i n the holiday mood and want to treat yourself with some more goodies, go ahead and try this pie. All it needs is some ready made ingredients and few minutes to put them together.

Mango Pie

 1 can Mango Pulp(available in Indian stores)
Kraft Cool Whip : 8 oz
Unflavored gelatin: 2 packets
Graham Cracker Pie Crusts: 3
Walnuts for garnish.


Boil 1 cup water and add gelatin to it. Mix it untill the gelatin dissolves in water. Now mix mango pulp, cool whip and dissolved gelatin in a bowl and pour it in 3 pie crusts. Garnish with walnuts. Let it set in the refrigerator for atleast 4 hours.


Tanvi@SinfullySpicy said...

Hey..where have u been..Wish u a happy new year..Mango pie looks yum.I really like such semi homemade easy recipes at hubs is a big mango fan..would make this onefrom him!

Prathibha said...

Wow..the pie looks simple n tasty....lovely!!

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