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Old 05-02-2002, 11:37 AM   #11
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16 Oz. Dream Whip

i use 16 oz. cool whip i make 2 small 9 inch. pie
but you could use the 8oz. if you want

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Old 05-03-2002, 02:32 AM   #12
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Dreamsicle pie

Since I only made one pie, I used about 8 oz. of CoolWhip and kept the rest of the amounts the same. I put it in the freezer because I thought it might be nice as one of those frozen cream pies. Thanx.

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Old 05-04-2002, 02:56 AM   #13
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Dreamsicle pie

Well, my grandson certainly seemed to enjoy it. As I only cook for myself, I took the rest over to my daughter's. Freezing it seemed to be a good idea. I've got a tummy virus now so can't eat at all:( :(
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cookie - thanks for the report on the pie!! Sounds like a keeper.

Sorry to hear you are under the weather :( I'm sending you some virtual ginger ale, fluffing your pillow and straightening the covers!:)

(my favorite things for someone to do when I am sick)

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Old 05-05-2002, 03:31 AM   #15
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Hi there

How nice of you to send me those virtual helps for my sick tummy. I think one of the things that made it worse is I bought whole milk instead of my usual 2%. I know it's a bug but the whole milk just made it worse. I'm now chewing papaya too and that will help.

Thanks for the virtual ginger, pillow fluffing, etc. and the covers really needed straightening.:D :D :D :)
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Old 05-13-2002, 03:13 AM   #16
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Kat, just sampled the finished product...Unbelievable! Tastes like a mouse filling that took hours to prepare!!! I used cherry Koolaid, and 'Nilla wafer ready made crust, garnished with a marashino cherry, and "BAMMED" it with a touch of powdered sugar. No extra topping is needed...for sure! All of 5 minutes to prepare! My 3 year old granddaughter thinks the cherry version looks and tastes like bubblegum...she loved it, and since it made two pies, she was able to take her own "bubblegum pie" home with her after todays visit at Nanna's

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