Key Lime Kelly Pie

    This special recipe comes from Mary Bishop, who attended Coker College and worked in the cafeteria there to help put herself through school.

    The cook, named Kelly, made a wonderful lime pie, which she loved. When she graduated from Coker in 1957, his gift to her was his recipe for “Kelly Pie”. And now we share it with you.

    This pie is a feast for the eyes – and the tastebuds!


    • 1 can nonfat condensed milk
    • 1/3 cup lime juice
    • Zest of 2 limes
    • 1 cup Cool Whip


    Mix condensed milk, lime juice, and lime zest together (it will get thick). Fold in Cool Whip. Place in a graham cracker crust or a baked pie shell. Keep refrigerated.

    Recipe shared with ESPB by Elizabeth Bishop Later,  A Place Called Home