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Crust: spongecake or pound cake , sliced thin Filling: 2 lbs whole strawberries 3/4 cup sugar 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice 1 envelope unflavored gelatin whipped cream for topping Marshmallows as needed Having a ton of strawberries left from my daughter's wedding reception I decided to make a bunch of different strawberry recipes. This is "adapted " from June Gourmet. Best if served the day made; the pie is very delicious. It originally called for a shortcake crust made from cookies. I had none and used my leftover sponge cake, giving the pie a more cake like texture. I also added the marshmallows to decorate it. Press cake into a 9 inch pie pan to form the bottom crust. Set aside. Select 20 large berries of the same size and set aside. To remainder of berries, chopped in 1/4 inch pieces and mix in with the sugar and lemon juice and let sit 30 minutes. Drain and press our as much liquid from the mixture, reserving berries. To the berry liquid add enough water to equal 2 cups. Transfer liquid to saucepan, stir in gelatin to soften , let sit a minute. Then heat and stir mixture just until mixture comes to a simmer. Remove from heat and place in metal bowl set over another bowl of ice water and mix and stir until mixture begins to mound ( about 20 to 20 minutes ). Or place in refrigerator to chill until mixture begins to gel. Place the whole berries decoratively in pie shell. Pour the partially gelled mixture of berries evenly over whole berries. Slice some marshmallows and fit decoratively around edges of pie. Chill pie at least 4 hours till mixture is firm. Garnish whole pie or pieces with whipped cream. Pie can be chilled and loosely covered for up to one week.

Strawberry Shortcake Pie


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(posted June 14, 2008)

Crust:
spongecake or
pound
cake , sliced thin

Filling:
2 lbs whole strawberries
3/4 cup
sugar
1/4 cup fresh
lemon juice
1 envelope unflavored
gelatin
whipped
cream for topping
Marshmallows as needed

Having a ton of strawberries left from my daughter's wedding reception I decided to make a bunch of different
strawberry recipes. This is "adapted " from June Gourmet. Best if served the day made; the pie is very delicious. It originally called for a shortcake
crust made from cookies. I had none and used my leftover sponge cake, giving the pie a more cake like texture. I also added the marshmallows to decorate it.

Press cake into a 9 inch pie pan to form the bottom
crust.

Set aside.

Select 20 large berries of the same size and set aside.

To remainder of berries, chopped in 1/4 inch pieces and mix in with the
sugar and lemon juice and let sit 30 minutes.

Drain and press our as much liquid from the mixture, reserving berries.

To the
berry liquid add enough water to equal 2 cups.

Transfer liquid to
saucepan, stir in gelatin to soften , let sit a minute.

Then heat and stir mixture just until mixture comes to a
simmer.

Remove from heat and place in metal bowl set over another bowl of
ice water and mix and stir until mixture begins to mound ( about 20 to 20 minutes ).

Or place in refrigerator to chill until mixture begins to gel.

Place the whole berries decoratively in
pie shell.

Pour the partially gelled mixture of berries evenly over whole berries.

Slice some marshmallows and fit decoratively around edges of
pie.

Chill
pie at least 4 hours till mixture is firm.

Garnish whole pie or pieces with whipped cream.

Pie can be chilled and loosely covered for up to one week.


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from Granite Falls,Wa, United States wrote:0  0

The recipe for Strawberry Shortcake was suppose to show5 stars up above where I made a conment about it but it only shows 1 star unstead of 5.
Its easy for me to make. And I can't make it fast enough for my family.
They love it.
5 starsJune 14, 2008


 
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