Easter Pie

Easter Pie with Jelly Beans!


Very easy. Me and my Mom made this pie and she was amazed at how easy it was. Everything goes in one bowl and then is "dumped" into a prepared graham cracker crust. I toasted the coconut flakes in the toaster oven - smells so yummy when it toasts... mmmm....  And then add jelly beans which was the very fun part!

Recipe for Easter Pie with Jelly Beans


1 graham cracker pie crust
8 oz. package cream cheese, left at room temperature to soften
1 can sweetened condensed milk
3/4 c. water
1 package instant vanilla pudding
1 1/2 Cool Whip
toasted coconut flakes and jelly beans or any Easter candies

Cream the cream cheese and slowly add the condensed milk. Put in the pudding and water alternately a little at a time. After a few minutes the "pudding" will start to set up. At that point, add Cool Whip by folding it into the "pudding mix" carefully, so as not to deflate the fluffiness of the pudding mix. 

At that point just pour it into the graham cracker crust. Add jelly beans and toasted coconut.

Cool for a few hours.

No kidding, this took about 10 minutes to make but is really festive looking for Easter, isn't it?

A few years ago, I made this Egg Door Decoration and 

I have a full tutorial on how to make it also.

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  1. It does look so fun! I swung by from Wake Up Wednesdays to check it out and I'm saving it to my yumprint.com cookbook to try with the kids this Easter! Thanks for sharing! HUGS

    1. Thanks, Cheryl. My sister tried the pie also. She said her grandson wolfed it down. :)

  2. What a cute idea. :)

    Thanks again for joining the Link Up this week!

  3. Cute and looks delicious too. I love coconut -

  4. Sounds easy and yummy! and so cute for Easter Andi

  5. I love cheesecake. This is the perfect pie for Easter!!! :)
    xx Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

  6. What a cute pie! Looks really good! Pinned for later.

    1. Thank you for trying, Meredith! I checked it out and I was able to pin my own. I hope it is working now.

  7. OK I was going to pin but it is telling me that stuff on your page can't be pinned, so I +1 you instead!

  8. This is so delish ..... I have to make this, im crazy for cheese cake and jelly beans, maybe ill make it with these gourmet jellies i have! thanks maria

    1. Thanks, Maria. Hope you enjoy it. It's so jelly beanish!

  9. Such a pretty & delicious pie, Linda! Thanks so much for sharing it at SNF!

  10. Oh, my. The kiddos will certainly love this pie. Thank you for sharing such great Easter inspiration. ~Kelly

    unDeniably Domestic


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