Meyer Lemon Pie (No Bake and 2 ingredients)

It’s true. You can take 2 ingredients and make a fabulous pie. Well, technically, with the graham cracker crust it’s 3 ingredients, but seriously, this is so easy and delicious.

This is an easy pie that would make a great addition to Easter dinner too.

Meyer Lemon Pie (No Bake and 2 ingredients)
  • ½ cup fresh Meyer Lemon juice (can also use regular lemon juice)
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk (I use fat free)
  • 1 graham cracker crust or 6 mini crusts
  1. Squeeze lemon juice (through a strainer to catch the seeds) until you have ½ cup.
  2. Pour into a bowl with 1 can sweetened condensed milk.
  3. Mix to combine.
  4. Place lemon/milk filling into pie crust.
  5. Refrigerate until cooled & thickened.

I made mini pies for portion control purposes! The filling is a sweet and tart, creamy, custard-y type and can be topped with meringue or whipped topping.  I prefer mine plain, but my mom always adds meringue (which I don’t like and when I was young, would always take it off and it would drive her bonkers :-) What are kids for?!)

With Meyer Lemons in season, it’s a great time to whip one of these pies up. It takes no time at all, and the burst of citrus is exactly the thing for breaking through those winter doldrums!  (For lots more citrus recipes, check out the recent Ingredient Spotlight: Citrus)

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  1. Sherril McGann says:

    I agree with you on meringue. Never could stand it. Everyone else I know loves it.

  2. Hi,
    Just wondering what size yor condensed milk can is, we usually only have 300 ml (Canada), that’s about 10 ounces. Is that the same measurement you use? Thanks

  3. This looks delicious! And so easy! This would make a great dessert for Easter or any spring function!

  4. Katie B. says:

    Where can you find meyer lemons. My local store doesnt have them. Would trader joes?

    • I got mine from Sam’s Club and Wal-Mart. It is the end of the season for Meyers, and not such a good citrus season overall, so they will probably be harder to find. I don’t have a Trader Joe’s nearby, so I don’t really know – but they seem to have everything else! You could call your nearest store and ask. Regular lemons can be used in this recipe, as well as bottled lemon juice, it will just be more tart. (Lime juice can be used as well). Hope this helps!

  5. Mary Ann Kinman says:

    I do this with orange juice and a chocolate cookie crust, then drizzle with chocolate syrup…..Yummy!

  6. Michelle says:

    You can add pkg of cream cheese to make it even better!

  7. Great, just a little too sweet! Any suggestions?

    • Sorry for the delayed response! The only thing I know of would be to either add a meringue or maybe cool whip to cut the sweetness (if it’s already prepared) or make it with regular lemon juice instead of Meyer lemons.

  8. Has anybody Tried this recipe

  9. virginia crisp says:

    i use 1/2 c lemon juice i caN MILK BUT MY PIE DOESN’T GET HARD ENOUGH why???

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