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Yogurt Berry Pie

This is a perfect pie for summertime. It is a little lighter and healthier than many pies, but it still has a rich and creamy texture and taste.

This is really like a no bake cheesecake and it can be served with any type of fruit or fruit sauce. You can easily vary this by the type of fruit you serve with it and it is even good on its own.

The original recipe for this pie had it with a granola crust and that is how I served it, but you can easily make this same pie on a graham cracker crust.

Adapted from Martha Stewart’s New Pies and Tarts

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. This is perfect! I have a tub of vanilla yogurt and an 8 oz block of cream cheese that I wanted to be sure to use up before our trip next week. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Sandy N. says:

    This sounds great. I’m totally making this but I will be using greek yogurt instead of the regular yogurt. Not only will it make it a little healthier, it will save the draining step as the greek yogurt is already thick. Love it!=) Thanks Lynne!

  3. This looks so easy and delicious!

  4. I made this today for my in-laws coming over later. The yogurt didn’t drain much, but it’s setting up very nicely! I made it with a graham cracker crust because I didn’t have any granola made. Oh, and I did a strawberry sauce! Thanks for sharing this – I love new desserts to try out and any excuse to use strawberries (or any fruit, really!) with it is great!!

  5. My yogurt pie didn’t turn out as thick as yours looks, but I think it’s because I used an all natural yogurt, so maybe it didn’t drain as much. Regardless, it was delicious and I will make this often..so easy! Thanks for the recipe.

    • @Beth, I am guessing it would be the yogurt and I would just let it drain longer. Even overnight would probably work well. I am glad you liked it!


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