|1 small blotz flavored yogurt
||1 small package blotz jello
|4 oz. Cool Whip
||1 graham cracker pie crust
Make the jello double strength (that is, use half the usual amount of
water). Let it cool, but do not let it set -- get it to the point
where you can stand to touch it. Add 1 cup of the super-jello to
the yogurt and the Cool Whip, and mix it all together until smooth.
Pour into the crust and refrigerate; it should set solid in an hour or
Notes and Variations
"Blotzfruit?" I hear you say. "Blotz", in this case, is a
variable -- you can substitute almost any fruit flavor for it. Grandma
traditionally makes this as a lime pie, but in general, if you can find
yogurt and jello of the flavor(s) you want, the recipe works.
This is a very easy-to-make dessert, and quite nice during the hotter
months. It's basically a cheap and easy Key Lime Pie, that can be
trivially transformed into, eg, cherry.
Apparently pretty common; I got it from Grandma Waks.