Watermelon Pie

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Reviews (3)
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Have Made It

This six-ingredient pie is simple and can be altered to taste by using a flavored gelatin. We divided ours into mini pies, but you can also make into 2 full-size pies for family-style sharing.


  • Yields

    Recipe yields 2 full size pies, or 16 servings.


Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Separate two cups of watermelon juice into a microwave-safe container and pour the gelatin packets on top. Allow the gelatin to bloom for about 2-3 minutes.
  2. In a mixing bowl, combine the remaining three cups of watermelon juice with lemon zest, lemon juice, sugar and cream. Whisk until sugar is completely dissolved.
  3. Place the gelatin/juice mix in the microwave and heat for two minutes on high, stirring midway to help dissolve the gelatin entirely.
  4. Slowly whisk the warm gelatin mix into the other mixture.
  5. Once combined, pour into the prepared pie crusts and refrigerate several hours or overnight.
  6. Serve chilled with whipped cream.


Nutritional Facts

Serving size
1
Calories per serving
210
Fat per serving
11g
Saturated fat per serving
3.5g
Cholesterol per serving
10mg
Sodium per serving
140mg
Carbohydrates per serving
23g
Fiber per serving
<1g
Sugar per serving
11g
Protein per serving
8g

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Reviews

Kathi Taylor

Flavorful and refreshing. It is truly a unique dessert that showcases the total flavor of watermelon

Melissa

I got a request for a watermelon pie. So I looked for a recipe. This one looked pretty easy, so I gave it a shot. It’s not particularly hard to mix up but moving the extremely liquidy pies to the refrigerator did not work out well, at all. The filling sloshed everywhere and I had the pie crust on a sheet pan. I think it’s a little heavy on the gelatin, as I can really still taste it. I may try to tweak it but I don’t know…

Watermelon Board

We are sorry to hear that your watermelon pie recipe trial didn’t work out well, from the texture to the taste. We will test it again in our kitchens and try to revise so watermelon is what you taste. Thank you for the comment and bringing this to our attention.