Frozen Boston Cream Pie Bars

Frozen Boston Cream Pie Bars Recipe

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Patsy Fowler


this is a great dessert it is cool and refreshing


★★★★★ 2 votes

15 Min


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1 can(s)
(12 oz) evaporated milk
containers (6 oz each) yoplait light fat free boston cream pie yogurt
containers (6 oz each) yoplait light fat free red velvet yogurt
1 pkg
(0.81 oz) thin chocolate crisps, crushed (from 4.86 oz bowl)

How to Make Frozen Boston Cream Pie Bars


  • 1line 8x4 inch loaf pan with plastic wrap, leaving edges hanging over sides of pan. divide evaporated milk evenly between 2 small bowls.
  • 2stir boston cream pie yogurt into one bowl, stir red velvet yogurt into remaining bowl. cover and refrigerate red velvet yogurt mixture.
  • 3spread boston cream pie mixture into lined pan. sprinkle with crushed crisps. freeze 2 hours. spoon and spread red velvet yogurt mixture on top. freeze at least 2 hours until firm.
  • 4when ready to serve, dip bottom half of pan into hot water about 1 minute to loosen yogurt mixture. use plastic wrap to lift frozen yogurt from pan.
  • 5pull back wrap and remove. let stand 5 to 10 minutes to soften slightly. cut into eight 1 inch thick slices. serve immediately.

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About Frozen Boston Cream Pie Bars

Course/Dish: Pies
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids

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