Strawberry Pie with Jello

Strawberry pie with Jello is an easy, No-Bake pie piled high with fresh strawberries on a chocolate covered graham cracker crust. The strawberry Jello glaze holds everything together for a delicious slice of summer! This easy strawberry pie comes together in just three steps that don’t require any special baking skills – coat a homemade or store bought graham cracker pie crust with chocolate, layer with fresh strawberries, and then glaze with strawberry jello.

Ingredients – 1 baked 9-inch graham cracker crust Chocolate Ganache Layer – 6 ounces semisweet chocolate, finely chopped – ¾ cup heavy cream (6 ounces) For the Strawberry Pie – 4 pints fresh whole strawberries – 1-½ cups water – ¾ cup granulated sugar – 3 tablespoons cornstarch – 3 oz. package of strawberry Jello – 1 cup sweetened whipped cream (optional)

Make the chocolate ganache and spread it over the graham cracker crust. Let the crust chill in the fridge.

Step 1

Make the gelatin mixture: heat the cornstarch, water, and sugar in a saucepan until it thickens. Remove from heat and add the strawberry jello powder. Let the mixture cool slightly.

Step 2

Arrange a layer of sliced strawberries on the bottom of the chocolate coated crust. Add ⅓ of the Jello over the strawberries, then arrange another layer of berries. Repeat the layers two more times.

Step 3

Chill in the fridge until the strawberry pie filling sets up. Serve with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprig of mint.

Step 4

Whether you’re eating this stunning dessert as a family gathering’s dessert or taking it on picnics, this easy strawberry Jello pie recipe is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Fresh strawberry pie with graham cracker crust is one of those classic recipes that stands the test of time, with a flavor profile that leaves everyone asking for seconds.

– You can add different fresh fruit along with the strawberries, such as blueberries, raspberries, or blackberries. – Instead of a graham cracker crust, make a chocolate shortbread crust or a flaky all butter pie crust. If you use a traditional pie crust, you can cut fun shapes out of the crust to use as a decoration.

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