Light, cool and refreshing this three ingredient strawberry Yogurt Pie makes an easy no-bake dessert for family parties or holiday meals.
Any flavor of yogurt is mixed with Cool Whip and spread on a graham cracker or chocolate crust then chilled or frozen before serving this simple dessert.
Frozen Yogurt Pie Recipe
Like homemade frozen yogurt but made so much better with a chocolate crust and fresh fruit we love that this recipe only takes five minutes to mix up. When we’re short on time this is the perfect dessert to make for a carry-in, last minute party or summer picnic.
The first time I made this pie recipe was at a beach house vacation in Florida for a group of my friends. This easy yogurt pie really enhances a Simple Charcuterie Board for a fun lunch and cools you off on a hot day!
We tested this pie with both Greek yogurt and regular yogurt. The majority of the group prefers Greek yogurt as it is not as sweet, however we all agree both are delicious options. Use your favorite flavor of yogurt and pair it with a prepared crust that you think would work well.
Top or garnish with fresh fruit for a fairly healthy dessert option. While the pie filling is basic you can be creative and make beautiful patterns with slices of strawberries.
Variations of Frozen Yogurt Pie
Chilled or frozen when Cool Whip and yogurt are mixed together and served on a graham cracker crust to make a super easy and refreshing Yogurt Pie dessert. Any flavor or type of yogurt may be used and we highly encourage experimenting.
Strawberry cheesecake yogurt takes this dessert to the next level of sweetness. Using a mixed berry yogurt creates more diversity of flavors.
Strawberry yogurt garnished with fresh strawberries is our favorite combination for this yogurt Cool Whip pie!
A chocolate crust and strawberry filling combo makes this dessert delicious! I like the ease of using a store bought crust, but homemade is an option too. Check out this homemade graham cracker crust or chocolate wafer crust.
Next time I make this recipe I want to test using the strawberry yogurt filling in an Oreo crust!
I also want to test mixing a pack of Jello into plain yogurt to create other flavors like key lime and blueberry.
- Graham Cracker Crust or Chocolate Crust – A store bought crust saves time.
- Yogurt – we like Greek strawberry yogurt the best.
- Cool Whip – store brand of whipped topping works great too, just defrost before using.
- Fresh Strawberries – Washed, dried and stems removed. Can chop or slice to garnish the top of the pie as you please.
How to Make Yogurt Pie
Defrost Cool Whip or whipped topping according to the directions on the container. This usually requires about 4 to 6 hours in the refrigerator.
Mix defrosted whipped topping with yogurt.
Spread into pie crust and freeze for 2 to 4 hours until pie reaches desired firmness.
Top with chopped fresh fruit before serving.
We like to gently freeze when serving inside and freeze harder when the pie will be served outside in warm temperatures. A more frozen pie will thaw during the serving and eating process.
This frozen yogurt pie is best eaten within a day or two stored in the refrigerator. The pie can be wrapped in plastic wrap and covered tightly with foil before freezing for a week or two. Depending on the type of fruit garnish it will likely be best to add after defrosting.
More Easy Dessert Recipes:
Lime Jello Salad is tart and zesty with a sweet twist that creates an easy vintage green Jello salad recipe.
Farmhouse Blueberry Crisp tops sweet blueberries with an oatmeal streusel mixture that is wonderful when served warm with vanilla ice cream.
Pineapple Fluff is an old fashioned favorite that is also light and creamy.
Mandarin Orange Pie is another great no-bake pie with crushed pineapple and oranges for a sweet treat!
- 16 ounces strawberry yogurt
- 8 ounces whipped topping defrosted
- 1 prepared graham cracker crust
- 1 cup strawberries chopped
- In a mixing bowl stir together yogurt and whipped topping.
- Spread into crust and freeze for 1 – 2 hours.
- Garnish with chopped strawberries before serving.
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Originally shared on August 16, 2021 with updates made on June 15, 2023.