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Frozen Pumpkin Mousse Pie

November/December 2007

Your rating: None Average: 4 (215 votes)

While pumpkin pie deserves respect as a Thanksgiving icon, it's fun to shake up tradition. Surprise your family and friends with a frozen pie this year—it just might become one of their holiday favorites. No need to let them know how easy it is.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was an amazing recipe, easy to make, full of taste, the teenagers loved it as well as the adults! "

21 Reviews for Frozen Pumpkin Mousse Pie

07/30/2011
Light and Delicious

I made some modifications based on what I had in my kitchen.
First of all, I cut the recipe in half and used 1 pre-made graham cracker crust
I substituted lite cool whip for ice cream
I also used 1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice instead of the spices recommended

It satisfied my pumpkin craving and my husband enjoyed it as well!

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Anonymous wrote 2 years 38 weeks ago

Please note that cool whip

Please note that cool whip uses partially hydrogenated oils which are just as bad for your heart and building placque as saturated fats .

11/27/2010
Anonymous

This was an amazing recipe, easy to make, full of taste, the teenagers loved it as well as the adults!

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11/25/2010
Anonymous

A big hit with adults and kids alike! For an amazingly simple 3-ingredient variation to lighten the load of a busy kitchen, use a ready-made graham crust and 1 cup pre-spiced pumpkin pie filling with the 4 cups light vanilla ice cream.

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11/17/2010
Anonymous

I made this for Thanksgiving last year and it was AMAZING! I love it even more than regular pumpkin pie. It will definitely be a staple for Thanksgiving dinner for years to come! :-)

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11/11/2010
Anonymous

Amazing! Tastes just like pumpkin pie but not as thick or filling! And love love love the ginger snaps as the crust! Will make again indefinitely!!

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