Easy Fresh Strawberry Pie
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + cooling Bake: 15 min. + chilling
So good and makes a beautiful presentation. I'm a cautious baker and after reading other reviews I was worried about the gel setting up. Especially when I added the jello and it became runny again. My worries were put to rest when I took the pie out to serve, oh so beautiful.
Absolutely ?? awesome.. everyone loved... should of made 2 ... 4th of July and made exactly as directed added a spritz of reddi whip and a couple of fresh blueberries on top.. just for red white and blue... huge hit .. thank you big keeper
This is the OLD Stoney’s strawberry pie recipe. Many years ago they changed the pie and it’s nowhere near as good as this. It’s the best strawberry pie ever! I make it about 20-30 times a year!
This is my family's favorite strawberry pie recipe. We absolutely love it.
This is a response to the May 3 misinformed one-star review below. The recipe is called "Fresh Strawberry Pie." If you use fresh strawberries you have, by definition, made a fresh strawberry pie. To opine otherwise is nonsensical.
So simple and easy! Used our homegrown strawberries and it was such a fresh tasting pie! We loved it!
My favorite pie! I love strawberry pie, especially with a dollop of homemade sweetened whipped cream. The only change I made was that I made my own butter pie crust. Perfection.
My favorite strawberry recipe! I use a graham cracker crust. I like that because I do not use the oven in the summertime.
I had no strawberry flavored jello, so I used plain Knox gel. It turned out very well. I used home made butter crust. It tasted like strawberry shortcake with crunch! Next time I will more beautifully arrange the berries.
I have been making pies for many years, I have finally found one that is spot on with the directions, and results. I had never heard of, or saw the using of foil on the crust, what a slick idea. great job , I did change the size of the pie pan to a 10 inch, just added more berries, I also wash my strawberries before using them, so I put them on a paper towel to get the extra water/juice off, so as not to thin out the gelatin mixture