Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Sunday, March 22, 2015

THREE INGREDIENT CRUSTLESS KEY LIME "PIE"-OR LEMON PIE

Ladies & Gentlemen~
You are going to bow down and kiss my 
 pedicured unpedicured feet after you try this!
Seriously!

I was craving
KEY LIME PIE.
Being completely honest here-
I did NOT have Key Limes nor did I have 
Key Lime juice.
So---I made this with one of those 
funny little squirt cans of
LIME JUICE.
So- I am calling this 
SPRING LIME PIE

So-ALL you need for this pie?
Egg yolks, Lime Juice & 
SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK
Heavily butter your pie dish
because there is NO crust.
Whisk all ingredients together and 
pour into pie pan.
Bake, Eat, Enjoy!
That's it!  That's all she wrote, folks.
Above is the 
PRETTY VERSION.
However, when it is served here it looks more like this!
We like a 
LITTLE PIE with our WHIPPED CREAM.

Here's the recipe:

3 INGREDIENT CRUSTLESS KEY LIME PIE

Preheat oven to 350.
Heavily BUTTER a glass pie dish.

3 egg yolks (or 3 eggs*)
1 can SWEETENED condensed milk
1/2 cup LIME juice.

Beat eggs yolks slightly (*If you use whole eggs you will get more of  a cheesecake consistency-which is also good)
Add sweetened condensed milk and lime juice.
Whisk or stir until well blended.  
Do NOT beat mixture.

Bake in preheated oven for about 30 minutes...then keep checking every 5 minutes until it is completely set and a knife inserted in center comes out clean.  The very outer top ridge will be just slightly brown.  Do not overbake.

This cuts and serves beautifully -as if it had a crust!

Serve with whipped cream.

This is so good and so easy and you can substitute lemon juice for the lime if you like.

Remember about kissing my feet?
Okay...
start kissing....
Have a GREAT SUNDAY and
EAT SOME PIE!
SPRING LIME PIE!

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62 comments:

  1. Yum! I love whipped cream too so I'd serve it the same way! I need to try this recipe!

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  2. That's how mine would look too,Diana, I love Key Lime Pie. This would also be good with a graham cracker crust. I'll have to try this recipe.

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  3. Diana, Your pie looks good and your feet are beautiful. LOL. Sorry, that is not enough whipped cream on the feet. LOL That recipe sure seems so easy. I think, I'll be telling my daughter's about this recipe. Tell Hero, I want him to do me a favor...please kiss your wife's feet for me. :):) Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  4. My husband would love this pie! Limes and lemons are in season here right now. Enjoy your Sunday sweet friend! Hugs, Diane

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  5. YUMMY that sounds so good Diana...everyone in my house would love it!

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  6. yes, if you are going to have whipped cream, have whipped cream!!!!!!!!!! >,-)

    such feet! hahhhhhhhhh... only a model, who makes her living with her feet, could have such feet! so there!!!! -harrumph-

    >,-)

    >,-)

    >,-)

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  7. Yum! Have to try this one...thanks for sharing, Diana!

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  8. YUM YUM YUM! Oh how I would love a taste of that, and I agree, lemons would be great as well.
    Who would have thought you could make a pie with out crust?

    Have a beautiful day,
    Debbie

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  9. Wow - three ingredients? Not even a pie crust? Sounds like a recipe I gotta try - easy simple, and delicious... plus the smothering of whipped cream, definitely up my alley!! :)

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  10. That sounds YUMMY!!! Will have to try. You certainly have young looking feet. LOL

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  11. I learned how to make key lime pies a few years back and now everybody always asks for them...i enjoy making them and we do the exact whipped cream mess yall do....Lol!! I will sure try this recipe! Thanx!

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  12. When is a pie not a pie????
    When it has no crust!!

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  13. Diana, my mouth is watering! The whipped cream, I mean the pie, looks amazing! (And 3 ingredients? Now, that's my kind of 'cooking'! :)
    Susan

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  14. Is kissing feet as humble as washing feet? HaHa... If your feet had as much whipped cream as your delicious pie... I would lick your feet. HaHaHa.

    Will sure try this recipe. Thanks.

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  15. Man, oh man! Another easy recipe that I will be trying this week. I'll take mine without the whipped cream. I may be the only US Citizen that does not like it, but there you go....I'm a little different. I bet some crushed graham crackers sprinkled on top would be good. I love your pretty little square plate. Have a great Sunday. It's raining here, but I managed to ride the bike a little over 8 miles.

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  16. I just had some coconut cream pie last night haha! Oh my, this key lime pie looks delicious, Diana. And I just love those red plates every time I see them on your posts. They are perfect for Easter.

    Have a nice Sunday.

    love, ~Sheri

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  17. Ohhhhhhh, yummmmmmm! Thanks for sharing and have a groovy day! XOX

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  18. Sounds good....was just looking at a key lime pie recipe last night and here you come with one today....okay, I must try, sounds easy enough!!Have a wonderful sunny Sunday.
    Louise

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  19. oh good grief charlie brown!
    or should i say "get thee behind me satan!"
    if i ever fall off this no sugar healthy eating plan... that is the FIRST thing i'm going to try.
    be still my heart.
    i have tagged this in my favorites. xoxo♥

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  20. Your pie looks delicious . . . and I want my slice the way to serve it at your house . . . extra whipped cream please :)

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  21. Seriously? Is that all you need? I know what will be in my shopping trolley tomorrow!! Now then, where's my whipped cream :-) xx

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  22. That last picture is how my pie looks if there is a can of whipped cream around. Will have to try this. Sounds great.



    But, I have to pass on the feet :)

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  23. Yum! I love Key Lime pie, save a piece for me! It IS low calorie, right? The best I ever had was at the (sadly) now closed restaurant in Savannah that Paula Deen and her brother owned, called "Uncle Bubba's Oyster House". She used pecans in the graham cracker crust, and the whipped cream was SO good! Better than just about any I'd ever had, I think it must have had a higher butterfat content in it or something. Knowing Paula, I am sure it did:)

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  24. Looks pretty yummy, Diana - especially the miles of whipped cream!!!! Love an easy dessert like this. Too bad I have sworn off all the stuff.... :(

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  25. Now, this is my kind of recipe!!! So easy and simple, yet so, so good! I LOVE anything lime or lemon flavored. Thanks for sharing it!

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  26. That looks so GOOD! I wish I would have seen this before I went to the store. Might have to make another trip!

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  27. I love anything that's easy!! Looks delicious, especially with lots of whipped cream.
    Mary Alice

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  28. looks wonderful and so easy I think even I can make it. At least, I'm sure gonna try! Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  29. Yummo! Thanks!

    (paint those toes!)

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  30. That looks good, I like all that cream too.
    Are they your feet, much better looking than mine.
    Merle...............

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  31. Yummy...and please send me your address. ;-)

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  32. This sounds delicious! Grandmother made an easy recipe that was cheesecake with cherry pie filling on top.

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  33. This sounds delicious! Grandmother made an easy recipe that was cheesecake with cherry pie filling on top.

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  34. I love key lime pie in the warm months. It's such a tart and sweet light dessert. Perfect for summer! I have never made it homemade. I had no idea it was so easy. My favorite version comes from a local grocery store bakery down the road from me.

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  35. Hello, and thanks for stopping by and for the sweet comments. I have been strolling through some of your posts. That pie looks delish and I love to watch the dance recitals.

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  36. Oh my gosh, this looks so good, Diana! I am all about easy recipes, too, so I'll be pinning this one. Thanks for sharing!

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  37. that sounds wonderful and easy as well! Pretty feet!!!

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  38. Crust or no crust Key Lime is my favorite pie! So of course I will try your recipe, but I do adore a crust.... Hey no calories there- right?
    xoxo,
    Vera

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  39. I'm keeping that recipe for sure!!!!!!!

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  40. YUM!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love Key Lime Pie:)
    xo

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  41. I make one similar to this but wish I had a piece of yours RIGHT NOW! :) Seriously looks delish! I gotta have a crust though.

    xo
    Pat
    P.S. Would you let me know if this comes through your email? Trying something else... Thanks in advance!

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  42. Yeah, I think I should start kissing your feet! You're making the most delicious recipes. Here again I need to save this one, I love limes, and I know my family will love this! Thx. :)

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  43. I love a little pie with my whipped cream too...lol!

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  44. I've made that pie often, but never thought of making it without a crust. Great idea!
    Mister sometimes requests this for his birthday, rather than cake.
    I wish I had a BIG piece of it right now!!

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  45. I like a little pie with my whipped cream too!!
    ~Cindy

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  46. This pie is a delicious treat. My son-in-law grew up in the Florida Keys so this is his favorite and my daughter finds the Key Lime juice at a specialty store so she can whip this up for him! Hee Hee. Have a great week sweet friend.

    Hugs, Annie

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  47. Hubby gave up sweets for lent therefore so did I, it has been a long month without any desserts of any kind. This sounds (and looks) so good and I am in such a mood for lemon or lime pie, either one would make me happy. I will keep this in mind for Easter Sunday.

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  48. Oh my gosh this is right up our alley! My daughter loves key lime pie so I'm definitely sharing this with her. Oh and we like a little pie with our whipped cream too. :)

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  49. I have to try this and you save calories with no crust right?!

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  50. This is the type of recipe that I love SIMPLE! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe and I can't wait to try it out!
    Hope you had a nice day today!
    Julie

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  51. I don't know how I missed this post! Only 3 ingredients?? Wow! We love a little pie with our whipped cream, too! Your proportions look about right for my taste!

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  52. Diana, This looks so good! We will be having friends over for dinner soon and I'll be making this-yummy. Can't wait. Have a wonderful day my friend.
    Hugs, Noreen

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  53. WHAAAAAT I am kissing your feet right now and I haven't even pinned this yet to try...which is what I will be doing this afternoon!! Thanks for sharing.

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