3 Ingredient Strawberry Pie

3.5 / 5 (2 reviews) 12 Comments

Strawberry Pie

Good-Till-the-Last-Bite Strawberry Pie

Ever have one of those pies you just LOVE?! Well, this is my husband’s FAVORITE pie. It’s so simple, virtually sugar free, yet tasty enough that he can eat an entire pie in one sitting. No joke! It’s what we’re making for Valentine’s Day dessert…it’s turned into a fun tradition we all enjoy! I make it for him every year, and also sometimes on the 4th of July too when we get together for a family pie sampling picnic!

We also have several other Valentine’s Day Recipe ideas you can choose from to serve up some love from breakfast all the way until dessert. Surprise your sweetheart with a special treat for a special day! Check out all of the recipes here.

Valentine’s Day is a fun one for the kids to share a little kindness and love as well! This is a great opportunity for them to make new friends, show a few acts of kindness or even go out of their way to show someone they are thinking of them. We have been working on several fun and frugal ideas you can do with the kids for their Valentine’s Day parties. If you are aiming toward a sugar-free card we’ve totally got you covered with these ideas! Check out all of the Non-Candy Alternative ideas here!

We also have several fun projects you can do around the home or to make as a gift for a friend or family. I really enjoyed making decorations with the kids this year and we like to keep them up for the entire month of February. It’s a fun reminder to not only show our love toward family one special day of the year, but throughout the entire year! See all of our Homemade Crafts and DIY projects here!

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3 Ingredient Strawberry Pie

3.5 / 5 (2 reviews)
Prep Time: 30 minutes | Cook Time: 4 hours to chill
Yield: 1 pie | Serves: 8


  • Frozen Pie Crust
  • 1 bag frozen strawberries (can use fresh strawberries too!)
  • 1 small box strawberry or raspberry Jell-O (we use sugar free)
  • 1/3 cup boiling water


  1. Bake frozen pie crust.
  2. While crust is baking, microwave frozen bag of strawberries until mashable, mash to desired chunky consistency & set aside (For a sweeter pie, you can add sugar to the strawberries at this stage.)
  3. Dissolve Jell-O into 1/3 cup boiling water.
  4. Mix Jell-O/water w/ crushed strawberries & pour into now-baked pie shell.
  5. Refrigerate until solid.
  6. Serve w/ whipped cream.
Meal Type: Desserts, 4th of July, Easter, Father's Day, Mother's Day, Spring, Summer, Thanksgiving, Valentine's Day
Categories: Fruits, Pie, Oven

Comments & Reviews

  • Sounds and looks delish! I’m def going to try this soon. One question though, my family is hyper-sensitive to dyes, especially Red 40. What else can I use besides flavored red jello?

    • Use plain gelatin & then replace the boiling water with boiling fruit juice to add flavor. That might change it a bit, but you should still end up with a delicious pie!

  • I’m a person who needs measurements. How many cups of crushed strawberries are we talking about? Thanks!

    • How many ounces of berries are required. i have lots of frozen strawberries from our garden and I would love to make one of your pies. Thank you for the recipe.

  • This is so easy and yummy! Only took moments to make, gone just just about as quick! Already had requests to make it again, its a keeper

  • Could this be made with blueberries and blueberry Jello? Have you tried other berries and if so, how has it turned out? This looks so yummy, can’t wait to try this recipe and maybe blueberry too!

  • Approximately how many grams jell-o did you use?

  • For crying out loud! What size bag of strawberries? Is that to difficult to list if you’re posting a recipe?

  • How many ounces of berries are required. i have lots of frozen strawberries from our garden and I would love to make one of your pies. Thank you for the recipe.

  • Unfortunately I did not know the size of a package of frozen strawberries. I used part of a package from Costco. I guess I had too many strawberries because the small box of strawberry jello did not set. It would help, in the future, to designate an amount of strawberries. I’m sure this is a wonderful recipe if the strawberry mixture sets.

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