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No Bake Lime Pie


A no bake lime pie recipe with a sweet biscuit crust. An easy make ahead dessert for summer BBQ's.

No Bake Lime Pie

NO BAKE LIME PIE



This No-Bake Lime Pie is a really easy make ahead dessert to have in your repertoire. It's a cross between a no bake cheesecake and key lime pie.

It's a real crowd pleaser and will happily sit in the fridge for a couple of days.

The pie is quite rich, so the recipe (made in a 20cm springform tin) will easily feed 8 - 10 people, the perfect size for a family gathering or summer BBQ.

No Bake Lime Pie

TOP TIPS FOR MAKING NO-BAKE LIME PIE


  1. Try using ginger nut biscuits instead of digestives for a more grown up taste.
  2. For a 'fancier' dessert, pipe some whipped double cream around the edge of the pie and decorate with slices of lime.
  3. I whip the condensed milk, lime juice and double cream with a hand held electric whisk but you can do it by hand if you want to, it will give you a good arm workout!
  4. You can make the Lime Pie up to 3 days before you need it so it's a great make ahead dessert.

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No Bake Lime Pie

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        NO-BAKE LIME PIE


        No Bake Lime Pie
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        No Bake Lime Pie

        No Bake Lime Pie

        Prep time: 15 MCook time: Total time: 15 M
        A no bake lime pie recipe with a biscuit crust. The perfect make ahead dessert.

        Ingredients:

        • Juice of 4 Limes (+ zest of 1)
        • 397g tin Condensed Milk
        • 300ml Double Cream
        • For the base:
        • 150g Digestive Biscuits, crushed
        • 65g Butter, melted
        • 25g Demerara Sugar

        Instructions:

        1. Line the base of a 20cm springform tin with baking paper.
        2. In a bowl place the lime juice, condensed milk and double cream and use a hand held electric whisk to combine until thick and creamy, set aside.
        3. In another bowl mix together the crushed digestives, butter and sugar then press into the base and about 2cm up the side of the tin.
        4. Spoon over the lime cream and decorate with the lime zest. Chill for at least 2 hours before serving.
        Calories
        476.59
        Fat (grams)
        28.83
        Sat. Fat (grams)
        17.67
        Carbs (grams)
        51.24
        Fiber (grams)
        1.39
        Net carbs
        49.86
        Sugar (grams)
        42.84
        Protein (grams)
        6.37
        Sodium (milligrams)
        194.69
        Cholesterol (grams)
        78.98
        Calories and nutrition for 1 serving

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        5 comments

        1. This is right up my street. I love anything with lime!

          I always make my key lime pies with a gingersnap crust. I love the extra zing you get from the gingery biccies!

          Katie xoxo

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          1. I love ginger biscuits too...but the kids prefer digestives

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        2. This looks gorgeous Beth. I adore key lime pie and my own chocolate lime cheesecake, so I know I'd find this sitting in the fridge very hard to resist!

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        3. omg I'm totally feeling the citrusy 'zing' ~ this looks amazing!

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        4. Love this - have pinned for later :)

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