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A deliciously refreshing treat that doesn’t need baking, this no-bake cream cheese lemonade pie is ideal for hot summer days when you don’t feel like dealing with the oven. The American treat probably had its start in the 20th century, when cream cheese was all the rage and found its way into a wide variety of sweets. After a heavy dinner or during a summer party, this pie’s creamy texture and lively lemon taste provide a welcome burst of freshness.
Pairing this no-bake lemonade pie with a glass of lightly sparkling wine or iced tea brings out the best in the tangy and creamy flavors. You may add a decorative touch and offset the tanginess by serving it with a side of mixed berries or whipped cream.
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Eight servings of a no-bake lemonade pie with cream cheese

Recipe Items
One 9-inch graham cracker crust that has been prepared
1 (8-oz) tub of softened cream cheese
sweetened condensed milk, one 14-oz can
quarter of a cup of thawed lemonade concentrate
1/2 teaspoon of zest from a lemon
1.5 cups of whipped topping
What to do

1. In a mixing bowl, combine the softened cream cheese with an electric mixer until it’s completely smooth.
2. While mixing, slowly pour in the sweetened condensed milk. Mix thoroughly to combine.
3. Once the lemonade concentrate has thawed, add the zest of the lemon and stir until the mixture is well combined.
4. Gently fold in the whipped topping until the mixture is airy and light.
5. Use a spatula to level up the top of the mixture before pouring it into the graham cracker crust that has been made.
Step 6: Put the pie in the fridge for four hours, or until it sets and becomes firm.
7. Optional: Before serving, garnish with more lemon zest or whipped topping.
Tips and Variations
To add a little variety to the taste profile, consider using lime or orange concentrates instead of the regular lemon. Optional sugar-free sweetened condensed milk or low-fat cream cheese might make it a little healthier. A nut-based crust, such almond or pecan, may transform this dessert into something completely different for those who want a crunchier foundation than what’s often used (graham cracker crust).

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