Nutrition Facts

 

Serving Size: 1 slice

Servings Per Container: 8

 

Amount Per Serving:

Dry Mix

Calories: 95

Total Fat: 0 g

Saturated Fat: 2 g

Polyunsaturated Fat 0 g

Monounsaturated Fat 0 g

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Sodium: 12 mg

Potassium <1 mg

Total

Carbohydrate:

24 g

Dietary Fiber: 0 g

Sugars: 24 g

Protein: 0 g

 

Customer Comments:

 

The Dreamsicle is my favorite of the desserts!

Melissa Poulson from Creve Coeur, IL

 

Dreamsicle pie rocks as a dip...I have yet to make it into a pie:) I often will make the pies a dip.

Michelle Reed from Mapleton, IL

 

This is a very easy mix. I keep it in the freezer almost up until serving. That way, it tastes like a frozen dreamsicle pop!

Robin Pottorff from Marysville, PA

 

Representative’s comments at an arts and craft show:

 

Rep Name: Jenifer Elliott

Rep City/State: Coal City, IL

Customer Comments: Dreamsicle is refreshing and tastes just like the real thing. Customers loved how versatile the Mexican Fiesta dip is.

Rep Name: Christian Norsworthy     

City/State: Cheyenne, WY
Customer Feedback: Everyone LOVED the Mexican Meatloaf (I made as meatballs) and the Dreamsicle pie didn't last 20 minutes!

 

Full Name: Betty Cowger
City, State: Cleveland, WV
Sampled Mixes: DREAMSICLE-SOLD OUT!  STRAWBERRY LEMONADE-SOLD OUT!  BAKED POTATO SOUP- SOLD OUT!  PEANUTBUTTER FUDGE- SOLD 12!
Customer Comments: My customers loved the mixes, especially how easy they were to make. I even had several return customers find me from my last show.

Rep Name: KAREN MANN
City/State: MCCALLA, AL
Customer Comments: THEY LOVED EVERYTHING.
Additional Comments: I ALMOST SOLD OUT OF EVERYTHING I HAD. THEY JUST RAVED OVER AND OVER ABOUT THE CHOC CHIP CHEESECAKE DIP AND THE DREAMSICLE PIE.

Rep Name: Ashley Kissinger

Additional Comments: Sampled Dreamsicle pie, and it was a big hit!

 

Rep Name: Cari Morey
City/State: Minot, ND

Customer Comments: Could not get enough of the Dreamsicle pie! Thought it would be great as a fruit dip.

 

Additional Recipes:

 

The following recipes can be found in our cookbook! 

These recipes were donated by customers and distributors all over the United States, and each of these recipes uses the Dreamsicle Pie.

 

Baybreeze Dip

Citrus Trifle

Cran-Orange Cream Cheese Spread

Creamsicle Martini

Dreamsicle Cake

Dreamsicle Smoothie

Dreamsicle Shake

Flavored Martini Dip

Halloween Rice Crispy Treats

No Bake Triple Layer Cake

Orange Sunrise Dip

Orange Essence Sweet Potatoes

Orange-Lemon Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Sunshine Cookies

Sweet and Crunchy Summer Salad

 

Made the Dreamsicle Pie for Church Sunday! Everyone loved it!

I did change it up a little...I was out of graham cracker crust that I usually use so I put it in a reg. pie shell....was still yummy!

And someone years ago suggested using one cream cheese and 1 can of condensed milk instead of the Cool Whip.  They were cut in little pieces to serve,  so the rich pies were yummy!!! I made 2 pies out of one mix....and they were gone!

Debbie Rhodes from Ellisville, MS

 

Dreamsicle Pie Ice-Cream Sandwiches

1 pkg. DREAMSICLE PIE MIX

16 oz. softened cream cheese

8 oz. whipped topping

graham crackers

 

This makes a lot of filling so you may want to make the pie first and use the leftover for this recipe!  Prepare mix as stated on package.  Spread about 1 T. of filling between 2 graham cracker squares.  Make as many sandwiches as you would like and store in a freezer size ziplock bag or large kitchen container.  Freeze at least 2 hours (tastes best if left overnight) and enjoy as an ice cream sandwich.

Vanessa Spindle from Waterbury, CT

 

Orange-Balsamic Vinagrette

Give your salad dressing a new twist with a slight orange citrus taste.

Mix in a cruet 1/3 cup of Balsamic vinegar, 1/4 cup of olive oil, and 3 tbls of dreamsicle pie mix. Shake well before serving.

Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT

 

Creamsicle Cupcakes

Using a store bought white cake mix, mix as directed and add in 1/2 pkg of dreamsicle pie mix to the cake mix. Fill your muffin tin with cupcake liners and fill 2/3 full with batter. Bake as directed on cake mix box.

 

Meanwhile, using white or vanilla cake frosting (store bought or homemade), separate evenly into 2 bowls. Set one aside. Add the rest of the dreamsicle pie mix to the other a little at a time to get the desired amount of taste and color to the frosting.

 

When cupcakes are done and cooled, take the plain white frosting and using a pastry bag with a round tip, fill with frosting and put a hole in the center of the top of the cupcake with the tip and squeeze a small amount of filling into the cupcake. Repeat until done.

 

Then frost the cupcake with the Orange Dreamsicle Frosting.

 

Just like eating the old fashioned orange creamsicles. This recipe can be adapted to use the Key Lime Pie, Peanut Butter Pie, Lemonade Pie, Strawberry Lemonade, etc. Just about any sweet dip.

By Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT

 

Dreamsicle Pie (alternative recipe)

Combine equal parts of whipped cream cheese, marshmallow creme and cool whip (about 1/2 cup each). Add in about 1/4 cup of the Dreamsicle mix. Stir until combined and fluffy. The marshmallow gives it a very thick and creamy texture and a nice flavor.
This will work with any of the sweet dips.

 

Orange Cranberry Sauce

Add 2 tbls of Dreamsicle Pie Mix to 1 can of canned whole cranberry sauce. Mix well. If you make homemade cranberry sauce, add 3/4 cup of mix to your bag of fresh cranberries and water in a sauce pan. Cook according to directions on your cranberry bag.

Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT

 

Holiday Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Boil and mash 3 lbs of sweet potatoes. Add in 1/4 cup Dreamsicle mix, 2 tbls lemon juice and 1/2 cup orange juice. Mix well.

Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT

 

Holiday Punch

1/2 gallon cranberry juice, 1 2 ltr bottle ginger ale, 1/2 pkg Dreamsicle pie, 32 oz pineapple juice. Mix will in a large bowl. Add in fresh fruit or rainbow sherbet for decoration. Add in pineapple liquor or an orange liquor for more adult version.

Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT

 

Citrus Glazed Turkey

Combine 1/4 cup of mix with 1 stick of softened butter. Spread under the skin of the turkey before roasting. Fill the cavity of your turkey with cut up oranges, apples and onions.

Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT

 

Cranberry Orange Jello Mold

Using a greased round tube pan or jello mold, prepare cranberry flavored jello as directed for a mold. Prepare Dreamsicle Pie with cream cheese and cool whip as directed. Remove your jello mold and either spread the Dreamsicle pie over the jello or pipe rosettes of it around the top as a decoration.

Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT

 

Chocolate-Orange Truffles

Combine 1/2 pkg of mix with 1 block of cream cheese and 1 cup of vanilla wafers crushed in a food processor. Mix well and roll into truffle size balls. Refrigerate for 1 hour to harden. Melt dark chocolate chips in microwave or double boiler. Using a fork or skewer, dip truffles in chocolate and return to a lined cookie sheet and refrigerate again to harden. Serve with dessert or box up as gifts or holiday favors 

Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT

 

Tie Dye Cupcakes!

Mixes needed: Dreamsicle, Key Lime Pie, Lemonade Pie

 

Ingredients needed:

1 box white cake mix

1 container vanilla frosting

 

Directions:

Prepare your cake mix as directed on package. Separate into 3 equal parts in individual bowls. Add 1/4 cup of Dreamsicle into one, 1/4 cup Key Lime in the other and 1/4 cup of Lemonade into the 3rd.

 

Line your muffin tin with cupcake liners and place 1 tbls of each color batter into each tin. Repeat until done. Should make 24 cupcakes.

Bake according to directions on cake box. Cool and frost with vanilla icing.

 

The kids will love the colorful and fruity cupcakes! Made these today and everyone was like "mom, these are so cool'.

Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT


This mix is versatile. Not just for a dip or prepared as a no bake pie. Here are some ideas.
1. Add a tsp into your tea.( hot or cold)for a hint of orange.
2. Make your own Orange Sesame chicken. Saute your chicken and add in 2 tbls of mix and some sesame seeds. Serve over rice. For your own homemade Chinese food.
3. Rim your cocktail glasses with dry mix for a Dreamsicle martini
4. Add to balsamic vinegar and olive oil for an orange balsamic salad dressing
5. Replace your sugar in a recipe with the mix for a taste of orange in your muffins or bread recipes
6. Make into a simply syrup by mixing equal parts of mix to boiling water and let dissolve. Pour into ice cube trays and freeze. Use to chill your iced tea, or add to your favorite sangria or punch recipe!

Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT

 

Batch Available for This Mix?  YES!

 

Batches are large amounts of a mix that are priced at a discount. 

 

Why purchase a batch? 

·         if you frequently purchase and use a certain mix a lot

·         if you plan to use the same mix to sample at home shows or festivals

·         if you plan on using the mixes for any of the additional recipes using the mixes

You have to purchase a batch jar before purchasing a refill.  Refills contain the same amount of product but are priced at a discounted rate.  The jar actually contains the instructions, but the refill does not.

 

 $12.00       refill $10.50

equal to 4 packages/pies

save $4.00     jar/refill $5.50