Kenny Chesney Key Lime Pie Recipe

The wonderful recipe for Key Lime Pie by Kenny Chesney is ideal for presenting big crowds. But most people aren’t aware they don’t create key lime pies. Some people use real key limes to make pies, but what makes a pie made from a key lime exceptional compared to using a real key lime? 

The community has only recently become familiar with key lime pie. I set myself a small challenge to make a key lime pie that was just as delicious as a real key lime pie.

Kenny Chesney Key Lime Pie Recipe

Kenny Chesney Key Lime Pie Recipe

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Recipe by Lindsay G. Cabral Cuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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Who loves the tangy and sweet flavors of key lime pie, and here’s a recipe. Key lime juice and key limes are required if you wish to recreate the flavors of key lime pie. For those who love Key lime pie, this recipe can be used to make them. For your upcoming party, it makes a wonderful dessert for sure.


  • Graham Cracker Crumbs 1 ½ Cup

  • Melted Butter 6 Tbsp.

  • Sugar 1 Tbsp

  • Sweetened Condensed Milk 2 Cups

  • Blue Chair Bay Key Lime Rum Cream ½ Cup

  • Kermit’s Key Lime Juice ⅓ Cup

how to make Kenny Chesney Key Lime Pie

  • Making The Crust: Take 12 to 14 graham crackers and crush them into crumbs. Measure out 1 1⁄2 cups of crumbs and place in a medium bowl. Add Melted butter and sugar to the  bowl and mix until the mixture is sticky.
  • Bake Pie Crust: Pour the crust mixture into a pie pan and press it firmly into the bottom and up the sides. Bake for 6-7 minutes at 300 degrees, or until light brown. Set the pie crust aside to cool.
  • Pie Filling: At low speed, blend  the milk, egg yolks, and Blue Chair Bay, Key Lime Rum Cream until smooth. Lastly add Key Lime juice and finish the mixing. Pour the batter into the pie crust.
  • Pie Baking Time: Bake for 15 minutes at 300 degrees. Pie needs 20 minutes to cool before refrigeration. Right before serving, let the food completely cool.
  • Serving: Top with whipped cream. Cut into pieces and serve on a plate.

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What’s So Special About Key Lime Pie?

An American dessert pie is key lime pie. Lime, egg yolks, and sweetened condensed milk are the ingredients. It may be served plain, with whipped cream on top, or with an egg white-based meringue topping. 

You  can bake without a crust, in a pie crust, or in a graham cracker crust. The meal is called after the little Key limes, which have yellow rather than green juice and are more aromatic than common Persian limes. A Key lime pie’s filling is also yellow, mostly due to the egg yolks.

What State Is Famous For Key Lime Pie?

According to history, Key West, Florida, is where the sweet and sour pie first appeared in the late 19th century. The usage of sweetened condensed milk, a vital element, is most likely due to the fact that the remote Florida Keys lacked access to fresh milk and refrigeration. 

The treat comes in a variety of forms, with the chocolate-dipped key lime pie sold on a stick in Key West adding an unique twist. The tart key limes cannot be easily obtained in Florida Keys restaurants, unlike key lime pie, which was designated as the state pie of Florida in 2006. 

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Frequently Asked Question

Can I use regular limes instead of Key limes for pie?

Ans: Yes, you can use equal parts of regular fresh lime juice and fresh lemon juice as a substitute if you are unable to find key limes anywhere.

What is Key lime pie filling made of?

Ans: Simple sweetened condensed milk, enough lime zest and juice, and just enough egg to give it a good set are the major components of lime pie.

Can I freeze key lime pie?

Ans: Yes, you can store Key lime pie leftovers in an airtight container or sealed ziploc bag. Your pie will remain tasty for as long as a month.  Just be sure to give it 15 to 20 minutes to defrost on the counter before serving.

Who made the original Key lime pie?

Ans: According to some historians, although I’m not sure if it’s true. The first self-made millionaire in Florida, William Curry, had a cook who went by the name of Aunt Sally. In the late 1800s, Aunt Sally invented the pie.  It’s possible that Aunt Sally already knew how to create lemon icebox pie, which also calls for egg yolks and sweetened condensed milk. But she used the easily available key limes from the area in place of lemons. 

Final Word

Your Family members will love the key lime pie recipe from Kenny Chesney. And your taste will definitely be pleased by the key lime’s sharp, sweet, and tangy flavor. In addition to tasting fantastic, it also has a lovely appearance thanks to the yellow filling, and the bright white topping. You can share this recipe with friends and family.

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