Posted: 5/3/2011 1:24:11 PM
Use 11oz. Mandarin Oranges, drained in place of oranges.
Topping: Use 8oz. Cool Whip, thawed.
Posted: 3/18/2011 12:43:05 AM
Loved the recipe, it has a mild orange flavor to it. Tastes more like whipping cream, very light and fluffy, I will make again, but maybe use orange gelatin. Make it more orangey flavored, the pie itself is huge! It's a mile high pie!
Posted: 4/11/2010 5:32:43 PM
Absolutely delicious! Also makes two 8" pies perfectly. Tastes like a creamsicle in pie form, and it's very easy to make! Make sure to get flavorful oranges; tangerines would also work very well.
Posted: 4/10/2010 11:51:30 PM
I really didn't like this doesn't taste as good as it looks
Posted: 7/10/2009 2:08:24 PM
I made this for a family reunion and it was a big hit...I should've made two!
Posted: 6/11/2009 3:41:02 PM
Well I saw it on here and went directly to the store and bought the stuff to make it. %0d%0aIt was pretty simple and my family loves it. I was abit conserned cause I let the gel mix sit for the 15 min and didnt really think it had thinkened enough so I left it for another 5 min or so. It turned out GREAT. I will definetly make it again.
Posted: 6/10/2009 10:24:04 AM
This pie was delicious both with regular crust and the graham cracker crust. So light and refreshing. The only problem is locating the Yoplait yogurt for the top. Sometimes the Pillsbury recipes call for various flavors and they are either hard to find in our area or are not made anymore. I almost always have to improvise.
Posted: 4/15/2008 7:04:03 PM
This was great except i made it with a graham cracker crust,%0d%0ait was geat. I suppose you could use any fruit with this and it would be great. It also tastes just like the orange%0d%0afluff recipe that you make during the holidays..
R. Yoder said:
Posted: 4/2/2008 5:13:40 PM
One of the most refreshing deserts I've tasted in a very long time.