Happy Fourth of July Pie

Happy Fourth of July everyone! I hope you are having a splendid day at a barbecue or the beach.  Of course there are lots of other things to do, but those just sound the most fun on this holiday.  I would like to share a pie recipe that is perfect for today as you can see.  This is my friend Megan's favorite pie and I am so glad she shared the recipe with me, and it is also called Dream Pie.  While I love making this for Fourth of July, it is perfect all summer long and could not be easier!  Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!
Dream Pie
Recipe Notes
One thing I would do differently that is not shown in my pictures is to put banana slices up the sides of the crust as well.   The bananas are delicious and you are going to want as many in each slice as possible!
Graham Cracker Crust (store bought works great)
1 egg white
8 oz. cream cheese
1/2 cup sugar
1 container of Cool Whip, prepared according to instructions on tub
2 bananas
Step by Step
1. Prepare pie crust according to package and allow to cool completely.
2. Beat cream cheese and sugar until combined.
3.  Fold Cool whip into cream cheese mixture until combined.
4.  Line pie shell with 1/2 inch slices of bananas, packing them as close together as possible.
5.  Cover banana slices with cream cheese mixture and press into pie shell until smooth.
6.  Top with blueberries and bananas.
7.  Refrigerate for 1 to 2 hours before serving.


  1. Yum! Wish I had this recipe 48 hours ago, although we did have a wonderful blackberry crisp with homemade vanilla ice cream last night. I have another great blueberry coffee cake recipe for you - I'll share this week at the office!

  2. This looks delicious for summer!! I can't wait to try it... Thanks for the recips

  3. Woohoo!! So glad these made it on your blog. I probably ate about 2 whole pies this weekend. Happy 4th!!

  4. Yummy... this looks delicious. Can you make it the night before?

  5. Marta, You can definitely make it the night before. It is best when the ingredients have a little time to meld together. However, I would give it no more than a day because the berries start to "bleed" their color into the cream topping.... still tasty but not as pretty!