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  Cool and creamy Yogurt Pie with a squish of pineapple and a smooth crumbly graham cracker crust. This recipe will convert your most skeptical taste testers. Don't let them hear the word "yogurt" until the entire recipe is safely satiating appetites and the requests for seconds have become futile pleas. 

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Assemble Equipment and Ingredients

STEP #1 Make graham cracker crust by blending together:
melted butter   For topping blend with a fork until crumbly, set aside: A plastic bag will facilitate cracker crumbling
Note: This step can be completed while the blender is operating in #3 to save time.


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Yogurt Pie
  
A light, low fat dessert and so easy to make!   
Your anti-health food eaters will not guess that it is made from yogurt.

AMOUNT: 8" Square Bake Pan (Serves 9)

   

THE NUTRITIONAL NUMBERS
Per serving of 9 (optional coconut and fruit garnish in #8 not included): 185 Calories, 4.5 g protein (10%), 9 g fat (43%), 23 g carbohydrate (47%), 1.5 g dietary fiber, 25 mg cholesterol, 100 mg sodium, $.40

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graham cracker crumbs Sucanat or Rapadura (preferred) or brown sugar or sugar
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Blend together             STEP #2 PAT CRUMBS INTO BOTTOM OF 8" SQUARE BAKE PAN AND CHILL IN FREEZER
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STEP #3  Drailn, reserving juice: 8 OZ can crushed pineapple, unsweetened STEP #4 Blend together and let stand 5 minutes to soften:
Drained pineapple juice 
2 envelopes (4 tsp) unflavored gelatine
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STEP #5 To dissolve gelatin bring juce-gelatin mixture to a boil over medium-low heat, stirring constantly with wire whisk: remove from heat and blend in thoroughly: 1/4 cup honey    STEP #6 Blend together well in mixing bowl with wire whisk:


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Plain yogurt
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Reserve crushed pineapple (from can) Dissolved gelatin and honey
medium shred coconut, unsweetened, optional
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coconut extract, optional (add with coconut)

STEP #7   Pour onto graham cracker crust

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  Chill in refrigerator to set. To serve score into servings and garnish each.

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With graham cracker crumbs or . . . . . . . with kiwi fruit and 1/2 strawberry Left over for Whom?

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