Strawberry Daiquiri Pie – A super simple summer dessert made with strawberry daiquiri mix!
Well everyone…it is officially summer at my house now. My kids had their last day of school yesterday. Yes, it is very early. The past few years we have finished up the third week in May. This does mean, though, that we will be going back into the school swing of things in early August.
So I need to get creative this summer so that my kids don’t want to spend all their time watching the iPad or playing the Wii. That drives me crazy. I’m thinking of doing some sort of time limit system where they have so many minutes a day for that kind of stuff. During the school year, that isn’t really necessary because we are always so busy with homework and other activities.
I know the key to my sanity will be getting out of the house. This will help keep them busy and keep the house destruction to a minimum because I can only pick up the same toys and sweep the floors so many times a day y’all.
But I do want to take in every moment of this summer. It goes by so fast, and before I know it, they will all be a year older. Right now they are ages 8, almost 7, 3, and almost 1. The fact that my oldest two kiddos are that old already is so bittersweet.
So while we are trying to make the most of our summer, I plan on having fun making lots of sweet summery treats like this Strawberry Daiquiri Pie. It is really easy to make, and my kids are pretty much obsessed with strawberries.
And that awesome strawberry flavor comes from a combination of canned frozen strawberry daiquiri concentrate and fresh strawberries.
Oh and my other favorite ingredient ever…sweetened condensed milk. You cannot go wrong with that in my opinion!
Strawberry Daiquiri Pie
- 1 baked pie crust, cooled
- 1 10 oz. frozen strawberry daiquiri concentrate can, thawed
- 1 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
- 16 oz. cool whip
- 2 1/2 cups chopped strawberries
- 2-3 whole strawberries for topping
- In a large bowl, beat daiquiri mix and sweetened condensed milk until combined.
- Fold in 3/4 of container of cool whip (reserving the last 1/4 for topping).
- Fold in strawberries.
- Pour into pie crust.
- Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or overnight.
- Pipe remaining cool whip along edges using a large star tip. Top with sliced strawberries and one whole strawberry in a flower pattern in the center.
- Serve chilled.
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And if you are in the mood for chocolate and pie, here you go! You are welcome!
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Kate @ Diethood says
Waaaaant! Everything about this pie is truly amazing! I’d eat the whole thing. 😀
We have two more weeks before school is done… that means, I will need to stock up on strawberry daiquiris just to get through the next two months! 😉
Kacey @ The Cookie Writer says
Wow, school does let out early in your area! We just got another cold front so I am glad school is not out for the kids in my neighbour. This is an amazing looking pie! I cannot wait to try it!
Julie @ Julie's Eats & Treats says
This looks amazing! Enjoy those kiddos this summer!
Nora @ Savory Nothings says
Wow, I can’t believe summer is here! Time is flying so fast with kids!
This pie looks so delicious – and such amazing flavors going on!
Your kiddos are so lucky to have you as their mom! Sounds like the summer is going to be great!
Ashlyn @ Belle of the Kitchen says
I can’t even handle how much I want a giant slice of this pie right now! Love this, Jaren!
Joanie @ ZagLeft says
What a cool and refreshing pie and so perfect for summer. My daughter has 2 weeks left of school and we both can’t wait. This would be a great pie for the two of us to make together. She loves helping in the kitchen.
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It sounds like our summers are going to be pretty much the SAME….which means I’ll have to make this pie to keep up with you! It looks amazing, Jaren!
Nutmeg Nanny says
This so so sweet and delicious looking! Love that you used strawberry daiquiri mix….yum!
Thanks so much!
Darya Osokina says
I made this pie tonight (Christmas Eve) to take with me to Christmas parties. I couldn’t help but lick the spoon as I was cooking, the filling is just THAT good! The one flaw I found is that there was way too much filling so I ended up making 2 pies, I used a leftover frozen pie crust for one pie and crushed some waffle cones and mixed with melted butter for another pie (b/c I didn’t have any Graham crackers on hand). The pies are now in the fridge settling until the morning. I cannot wait to try them!
Hi Darya! Hope you all loved them! I love that waffle cone idea too! I think you’re on to something there!
Nici Ahrenholz says
Delicious!! So easy too. I also ended up with WAY too much filling and used both my crusts. It’s ok…I’ll run back to the store for more! I plan to share these with so local businesses for “National Daiquiri Day!”
Glad you liked it! What a great idea!