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The whipped-cream topping is stabilized with gelatin so it doesn't collapse. The entire pie can be assembled up to a day ahead.

Source: Everyday Food, November 2008
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  • Carissa Byers
    26 DEC, 2012
    I made this for Christmas dinner and was excited to try gelatin in the whipped cream for a make-ahead pie. While the pie itself baked up fine, the topping it just truly disgusting. Whipped cream should be decadent and creamy and wonderful and sweet. This is reminiscent of some fake, non-dairy ick. Bake the pie if you must, but add real whipped cream without the gelatin before you serve it. I was embarrassed to serve this pie to my guests.
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  • Carissa Byers
    26 DEC, 2012
    I made this for Christmas dinner and was excited to try gelatin in the whipped cream for a make-ahead pie. While the pie itself baked up fine, the topping it just truly disgusting. Whipped cream should be decadent and creamy and wonderful and sweet. This is reminiscent of some fake, non-dairy ick. Bake the pie if you must, but add real whipped cream without the gelatin before you serve it. I was embarrassed to serve this pie to my guests.
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  • loveforxtina
    25 NOV, 2010
    I made this last night with the gingersnap crust from the other pumpkin cream pie recipe. Can't wait to try it today!
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  • jkot
    17 NOV, 2010
    I made this last year for Thanksgiving and it is wonderful. I love how the gelatin holds the shape of the whip cream so it doesn't get sloppy. I will be making this again next week for Thanksgiving!!
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  • lorihmatthews
    27 NOV, 2009
    This was a great pie for Thanksgiving. Adding the cream to the pie filling and a topping is unbeatable. I will definitely make this every year! I saved some time by using a refrigerated crust and it worked fine.
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  • Annabananalyse
    18 OCT, 2009
    AMAZING!!! I promise You won't regret making this pie... It's FORK
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  • dhmbr4
    16 NOV, 2008
    This pie turned out great! Very easy to prepare. I opted to use a frozen pie crust instead, but it worked out just fine. This is definitely a great new twist to the "traditional" pumpkin pie we have grown to love!
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  • dhmbr4
    16 NOV, 2008
    This pie turned out great! I opted to use a frozen crust, which work out just as well. Definitely a good swing on the "traditional" pumpkin pie we have grown to love.
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