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10 Dreamy Cream Pies

Make one of these desserts in 30 minutes or less

By womantalks.com Staff Posted July 31, 2009 from womantalks.com

10 Dreamy Cream Pies

Photo: © Iain Bagwell

There is no need to spend a lot of time in the kitchen making dessert when you can create a decadent pie in a half hour or less. Forgo the standard fruit filling and focus on creamy fillers instead. From the super-rich Chocolate-Mint Cream Cheese Pie to the tropical-inspired Pineapple Coconut Cream Pie, these confections will make all of your culinary dreams come true.

Cream Pie Recipes:

1. Chocolate Cream Pie

2. Chocolate-Orange Mascarpone Pie

3. Lemon Meringue Pie

4. Chocolate-Mint Cream Cheese Pie

5. Pineapple-Coconut Cream Pie

6. Chocolate Bananarama Cream Pie

7. Cappuccino Mousse Pie

8. Key Lime Tarts

9. Tropical Cream Tart

10. Chocolate Truffle Pie

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Posted by PEC

Killer pies

I enjoy Woman's Day magazine and online site, but come on ..........are you trying to kill us !!! 657 calories/ 42 grams fat for the pineapple coconut cream pie !!!!!!
Would love to see lower calorie/ lower fat makeovers for your recipes !!

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Posted by Anna

Lemon Pie

I made the Lemon Pie . The Family loved it .Easy to make and was so good. I plan on making the Pineapple -Coconut for Sunday . I hope it's as delicious , as the Lemon Pie was. Thanks WD for the great recipes.

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Posted by Jess

Banana Cream Pie Facial DIY

I'm on a diet... so I get my cream pie fix by whipping up a banana cream pie facial, like this: http://www.pantryspa.com/free-rec...e/banana-cream-pie-mask/5/index.html

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