Easy Jello Pie

Jello Pie

This Jello Pie is any kids dream!  Easy No Bake Recipe is perfect  for summer! It will be a hit at any holiday, cookouts, picnics and fun family gatherings!


Jello Pie


You can’t look at this pie and not get a smile on your face! It’s so easy! Combine  different flavors of Jello and a tub of whipped topping. Pour the mixture into a prepared graham cracker crust, and you have a creamy, fun dessert that requires no baking!





  • It’s quick and easy to make, and it helps that it is no-bake dessert.
  • Uses a few ingredients to make fabulous multi-layered creation.
  • A yummy dessert that you can make it your own by choosing the different flavors of gelatin.
  • Creamy, cool, and refreshing.
  • Perfect pie for Easter or a summertime picnic or potluck.




  • Tasty Toppings: Top your pie with fresh fruit, skittles, mini chocolate Easter eggs, colorful sprinkles, marshmallows, or little extra cream.
  • Cookie Crust: You can use crushed chocolate graham crackers, snickerdoodle cookies, or Oreos and create the perfect crust.



  •  Store any leftovers covered in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
  • Freezing this dessert probably wouldn’t be a good idea. The gelatin doesn’t freeze well.


Jello Pie




1 small box Blue Jell-O

1 small box Yellow Jell-O

1 small box Purple Jell-O 

1 small box Pink Jell-O

2-16 ounces Whipped Cream divided

4 cups Boiling Water

2 cups Cold Water divided


  • 3 1/2 cups Graham Cracker Crumbs
  • 2 sticks Butter, melted


  • Melt your butter in the microwave until it’s fully liquified.
  • Combine the graham cracker crumbs and melted butter in a medium bowl and mix until a thick, sand texture occurs.
  • Place the mixture in your springform pan and spread it across the bottom and up the sides, pressing it down so it packs in.
  • Place the crust in the freezer until you’re ready to add layers.
  • Place each color of Jell-O powder in its own small bowl. Place 1 cup boiling water in each bowl and stir until no graininess remains on the bottom of the bowl.
  • Place 1/2 cup cold water in each bowl and stir once more.
  • Place the bowls of Jell-O in the fridge for about 20-30 minutes. You don’t want it to be solidified, just thickened.
  • Add 2 cups of whipped cream to each Jell-O bowl and vigorously mix until fully combined. This may take a minute or two, per bowl.
  • Place the first color (I used yellow, but you can do your own color order) in the crust and spread even. Place the pie back in the freezer for 5 minutes, then add the next color, then back in the freezer for 5 minutes. Repeat this process until all 4 colors have been added.
  • Leave the pie in the freezer for 3-4 hours or until completely solidified all the way through.
  • Top with whipped cream, if desired, and enjoy!




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8 thoughts on “Easy Jello Pie”

  1. Thank you for this colorful dessert. I am thinking of making this for Easter either as a pie or a trifle with either angel food cake or pound cake. How pretty would those layers be in a trifle?! First, could you please tell me if this can be served unfrozen as a light, airy pie? Do you think this would make enough filling for 2 pies? Seems like it would make a lot. Thank you for your help!

    1. you can serve it unfrozen, but I would keep it refrigerated until you serve it. It’s easier to cut if it’s a little frozen. Yes, you would have enough to fill 2 8 inch pie crusts.

  2. Do you whip the cream, before adding it to each different Jello? I’m confused because it says mix vigorously but that would deflate the whipped cream.

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