Strawberry Icebox Pie Recipe – Everyday Food with Sarah Carey

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Sarah Carey makes a Strawberry Icebox pie in this Everyday Food video, it’s so simple to make, the only thing you need to bake is the crust, enjoy!

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Sarah Carey is the editor of Everyday Food magazine and her job is to come up with the best ways to make fast, delicious food at home. But she’s also a mom to two hungry kids, so the question “What’s for dinner?” is never far from her mind — or theirs, it seems! Her days can get crazy busy (whose don’t?), so these videos are all about her favorite fast, fresh meals — and the tricks she uses to make it all SO much easier.


39 thoughts on “Strawberry Icebox Pie Recipe – Everyday Food with Sarah Carey”

  1. It looks amazing! I would have loved to see it sliced to see if the slice would come out clean and hold it's shape.

  2. My son and I made a video recipe using cornstarch for a strawberry pie too! It is so easy and yummy. I like to use lemon juice in mine. I'll have to try a graham crust sometime. 🙂

  3. Omg you're an angel!! I am definitely making this but maybe adding in a bit of blueberries too. Thanks so much sarah!!

  4. Hi Sarah, my CSA basket gave me two cabbages. One purple and one green. Can you please share ur favorite cabbage recipes? Thank u!! ?

  5. There are quite a few things that I will change to make this recipe good for me. But it is an awesome idea. Thanks for the inspiration 🙂 Yum!

  6. Oh my, strawberry pie! This will be on my table for Independence Day…garnished with blueberries :). Thanks!

  7. This look not only so easy to make but with strawberries now in season, this is a must to make. I just need to buy graham crackers and strawberries and my husband and I will be two happy campers. Thank you.

  8. Made this yesterday. The flavors are good but it never quite gelled even after being in the fridge overnight. So maybe now I understand why it wasn't sliced on camera. I really hope it was not to hide a flawed recipe.

  9. Sweet! Laura and her daughter Scarlett are the big fruit pickers on our team so I'm sure they'll want to try this.

  10. I didn't have fruit juice so I just substituted some lemon juice and water, and sued a whipped cream cheese topping.

    It was like a deconstructed strawberry cheesecake – soooo good!

  11. Old School Tips: Stir the cornstarch into your cold liquid before adding to any food, sauce, or gravy. You'll never have another lump. To make a richer flavor and color in any berry pie or smoothie, add a literal PINCH of cocoa to the recipe. That touch of earth brings out the fresh tartness in the berries.

  12. you're so amazing, I always have to pry myself away from your channel. I get so lost in the recipes, you, your brilliant ways and overall attitude. I love you!

  13. Thanks Sarah, this looks wonderful. I went blueberry picken and froze some, can I use this same recipe but use blueberries?

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