For a light and refreshing dessert, try our Key lime pie recipes. Easy to make, you can even skip the baking if you have a shop-bought pastry case!
Zesty, easy and better than cheesecake. The original key lime pie is made with - it is in the name - key limes, a smaller and tangier version of a normal lime. I, however, used normal limes, because they were easier to find at my supermarket and it still turned out great.
Key Lime Pie made healthier but just as delicious
A delicious dessert. This is so easy to make you can put your feet up and relax with a nice cup of tea/coffee.
This refreshing dessert is so easy to make - you just need to be patient while it chills and sets in the fridge!
This key lime pie is refreshing, full of citrus flavours and just irresistible! Ideal served as a cool end to a special meal with family and friends.
I recently went vegan and so adapted some of my old faithful dessert recipes! This is a super dessert with a sweet base and a zingy, fresh top.
This is a recipe I've fine-tuned to suit my vegan mother's taste, which is quite the challenge considering her strict diet. So far, no one has noticed the avocados until I tell them! The base is made with ground almonds and dates instead of butter. The filling is sweetened with agave nectar so no refined sugar is needed. Decorate with grated coconut.
The key lime pie, as the heading says, has a ginger biscuit base that goes beautifully with the rich creamy texture of the key lime tangy cream filling. The recipe is for 12 to 16 people but can be reduced to what amount you want. This recipe makes three 22cm key lime pies.