Venn Piagram – Koolaid Pie

Guess what today is!!! Pi Day! and we can’t celebrate pi day without some pi. This year I decided to make a Venn Piagram. Get it!

The assembly of this actually took a while but making a koolaid pie is super easy and requires no baking.

You need graham cracker crust, jello (three flavors of your choice), cool whip and condensed milk.

To assemble this you need to remove part of the crust. I used the lid as a guide to trace the curve onto the pie shell. The I cut the side of the pie pan, leaving the bottom. Fold it over the other pie shell. I used aluminum foil to hold everything together.

With the extra graham cracker crust, make a paste by using some melted butter.

Patch up the missing crust. Place the pie shell in the fridge to firm up while making the filling.

For the filling, mix together the Coolwhip and condensed milk. You will need to make a total of two recipes for this pie. Save about 1 1/2 cup of mixture for the middle portion.

For the color scheme I decided to go with blue, red and purple as those were the flavors I thought I would like (Berry Blue, Strawberry, and Grape). You could definitely try other flavor combinations too.

To the three portions add 1 package of jello to the outsides (red and blue) and 1/2 a package for the smaller middle portion (purple)

Then scoop out the filling. It is thick and kind of messy. Place the pie in the fridge to set for a couple hours. Or you could try putting it in the freezer to get more of a ice cream cake texture.

Hope you enjoy this recipe. Happy Pi Day!

Kool Aid Pie

  • 1 tub of Cool Whip (whipped topping 1 L)
  • 1 can of sweetened condense milk (300 ml)
  • 1 package of Koola Aid mix (I used Berry Blue, Strawberry and Grape)
  • graham cracker pie shell

Mix all ingredients together and scoop into the pie shell. Place in the fridge for a couple hours to set. Or place in the freezer to have an ice cream like texture. Enjoy!

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