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  1. This looks amazing Jenn! I love the idea of a frozen pie for Thanksgiving. I’ve considered hosting Thanksgiving with our family but I’ve always been a little intimidated by a lack of oven space LOL! We have a bit fam, so this is a great idea. Thank you!

  2. Great looking recipe. For those of use who are allergic to all dairy how much coconut cool whip would you suggest?

    Thanks so much

    1. Hi Laurie! Thanks for stopping by! I would recommend 2 cups since whipping cream doubles in volume after being whipped. However, I don’t know what you would use in place of cream cheese…perhaps you have a sub for that as well?

      1. Jenn, thanks so much for the reply, I was thinking 2 cups also thank you for the confirmation. There is a vegan version of cream cheese that will work perfect in your recipe.

        Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family

  3. I think my Grandmother made this pie for Thanksgiving one year. She loved trying new recipes and called us her guinea pigs, lol. 🙂 I didn’t mind as long I got to try all of the goodies from her kitchen.

    I’m pinning this to try! Thanks for sharing…hope you’ll stop by Farm Fresh Tuesdays this week to share on our 3 Weeks of Thanksgiving event!

  4. This sounds like such a unique pie. Love that you can make it in advance. I totally agree with you about making your own whipped cream and using Honey Maid Graham crackers.

  5. Hi Jennifer, this looks amazing, and I’ve never seen this recipe before. I love chilled pies and this is a perfect alternative to the traditional Thanksgiving fruit pie. Thanks so much for coming by All About Home, I’ll be sharing this post Monday evening.

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