Key Lime (Or At Least Lime) Pie - No Bake, No Muss, No Fuss

Everyone knows this pie. Your mother made it. Your grandmother perfected it. It's lime juice and a can of sweetened condensed milk. Period....more
Just Beet It I know, right? Sweetened condensed milk and lime juice (or lemon juice). Nothing ...more

Lightened Up Key Lime Pie

Coty and I love key lime pie, particularly this one. I, however, have more of a fondness to this limey treat because it was also my wedding cake. Not traditional in the least, but nothing is traditional when you get married in Key West, Florida....more

Key Lime Pie

This classic pie is easy to make and a huge crowd pleaser. Graham cracker crust, tangy line filling and whipped cream topping - you can add your own slight touches on it to suit your fancy.http://www.italiangirlcooks.com/key-lime-pie/...more

Springing Forth from the Sea: The Queen of Pies

  Anna Maria IslandGiven the sheer Shangri-La beauty of the place, it’s no wonder Charles Roser agreed to help develop Anna Maria Island in the late 1800s. Mr. Roser, by the way, is the inventor of the beloved Fig Newton and one of the founders of a small company now known as Nabisco....more

Oreo Key Lime Pie

Oreo® Key Lime Pie - Creamy, tangy, smooth filling with an Oreo® cookie crust and a dollop of fluffy whipped cream.  Simply divine! ...more

Key Lime Pie

I love to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.  Mexican food is my second favorite ethnic food and although I tend to Americanize it a bit, I love any opportunity to have an all Mexican night.  For dessert, I made a frozen Key Lime Pie with a salty pretzel crust.  Check out the full post here! ...more
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