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I will definitely make this again. It was very good. Next time, I would probably mix the raspberries into the gelatin mixture before adding it to the crust. And my bottom crust got really soggy. Maybe it's supposed to be that way? At any rate, no one cared because it was so good. I made two pies and they were both gone in one day. Do not forget the whipped cream!
I've never made a pie like this before. It turned out great! A previous comment said that the crust was soggy...just cook it longer next time. Cook until it's nice and brown. Mine turned out so good that I'm sure to make it again! I used frozen raspberries.
This is a nice refreshing dessert! The only thing different that I do is to stir the raspberries into the sugar mixture after cooling it in the refrigerator for 5 to 10 minutes rather than putting raspberries directly on the bottom of the crust. It tastes wonderful.
I get raves every time I make this. I prefer to fold the berries into the gelatin mixture before pouring it into the pie crust, and a 9 inch, premade graham cracker crust works great too. Also, I reduce the white sugar to ¾ cup to let the tartness of the raspberries come through. This is a simple, elegant, tasty summer treat!
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