Mandarin Orange Pie

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Made with a sweet and creamy combination of whipped topping, sweetened condensed milk, mandarin oranges, and crushed pineapple pieces in a graham cracker crust, this mandarin orange pie recipe screams summer and couldn’t be easier to make.

Close-up of slice of mandarin orange pie.

Those of you familiar with the second recipe I ever posted on Southern Plate know how much I love my Mama’s mandarin orange cake. It’s so light and refreshing and the little bits of mandarin oranges taste just like sunshine. This pie combines all the flavors in the mandarin orange icing into the wonders of a pie.

The cool thing about it (well, other than the fact that it really is “cool”) is that the recipe makes two and you store them in the freezer. So you can have one for dessert and save the other one for unexpected company or little treats as you need them. Summer is prime time for drop-ins and I don’t know anyone in my neck of the woods who isn’t looking for something cool, light, and refreshing in the middle of a sunny day.

Another cool thing about my mandarin orange pie recipe is that it couldn’t be easier to make. You only need five ingredients: lemon juice, whipped topping, sweetened condensed milk, crushed pineapple, and mandarin oranges. You simply mix the ingredients together and then pour the pie filling into the two graham cracker crusts. That’s it! After they freeze you’re ready to serve them to family and friends. 

This no-bake mandarin orange pie is light, creamy, fruity, and refreshing all at once. After one bite I bet you’ll understand why it’s a favorite, so let’s get mixing!

Labeled ingredients for mandarin orange pie.

Recipe Ingredients

  • Mandarin oranges
  • Crushed pineapple (or pineapple chunks)
  • Sweetened condensed milk
  • Lemon juice
  • Whipped topping
  • Graham cracker crusts

How to Make Mandarin Orange Pie

Place your sweetened condensed milk, whipped topping, and lemon juice in a medium bowl.

Place your sweetened condensed milk, whipped topping, and lemon juice in a medium bowl.

If you don’t get a good taste of that sweetened condensed milk then I’m gonna disown ya here and now.

I love that stuff. Any recipe that has it in there is bound to be good.

Mix ingredients together.

Mix that up until nice and creamy.

Don’t blink, we’re almost done.

Add mandarin oranges and pineapple chunks.

Drain your mandarin oranges and pineapple and toss them in.

Don’t worry about a little bit of liquid left in there. I know crushed pineapple tends to want to hang onto the juice a bit so no sense in arguing with it. It’ll be fine.

Mix ingredients together.

Now stir that up really well with a spoon, it won’t take much.

Spoon filling into two graham cracker crusts.

And spoon the filling into two graham shells.

Place lids on and freeze.

Mandarin orange pie

Before serving, set them out on the counter for about 10 minutes but even that is optional.

Inside of mandarin orange pie.

If you don’t feel like waiting, just dive on in like I just did.

Slice of mandarin orange pie.

Oh yum! LOVE this stuff!


Store leftover pie in the freezer for up to 3 months. Simply let it thaw at room temperature for a few minutes before serving.

Fork breaking off a piece of mandarin orange pie.

Recipe Notes

You can definitely make a homemade graham cracker pie crust if you like, but I just used store-bought pie crusts. Another option is to use a simple shortbread crust, whether it’s store-bought or homemade.

You may also like these other fruit pie recipes:

Peaches and Cream Pie

Cherry Jello Pie

Orange Meringue Pie

Impossible Lemon Pie

Caramel Banana Pie (a.k.a Easy Banoffee Pie)

Fresh Strawberry Pie

Slice of mandarin orange pie.

Mandarin Orange Pie

This easy mandarin orange pie recipe is made with whipped topping, sweetened condensed milk, mandarin oranges, and crushed pineapple pieces.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Freezing Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 10 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: pie
Servings: 16 slices
Calories: 235kcal


  • 2 pie crust graham cracker
  • 1/2 cup lemon juice
  • 8 oz Cool Whip
  • 20 oz crushed pineapple , drained
  • 15 oz mandarin oranges , drained
  • 14 oz sweetened condensed milk


  • In a medium bowl, mix together the whipped topping, sweetened condensed milk, and lemon juice until smooth and creamy.
    1/2 cup lemon juice, 8 oz Cool Whip, 14 oz sweetened condensed milk
  • Stir in the drained fruit.
    20 oz crushed pineapple, 15 oz mandarin oranges
  • Fill crusts and freeze.
    2 pie crust
  • Remove from the freezer approximately 10 minutes or so before serving.


Calories: 235kcal | Carbohydrates: 37g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 9g | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 24g
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  1. We’re pushing your awesome mandarin orange pie way-up to the top of our list next-to Anita Pelaez’s Key Lime Pie that her and her husband Kutchie Pelaez bake at their Key Lime Pie Factory near the Builtmore Estate in Asheville. You go girl we are telling everyone we know about your pie.

    Thanks, Jean Fairbanks

  2. My. but that pie sounds as if it will soon appear in my freezer! To be really gilding the lily, maybe add cream cheese to the mixture. There are several flavors of cream cheese now, one could go off the deep end with different flavor combinations. Also, with the Apple Blush Julep, I might just freeze a mint leaf or a cherry in ice cubes to add to the drink. I am thirsty now. Mind if I join you on the porch with a glass an d put my feet up?

  3. I can not wait to make this pie. Sounds sooo good. Christy, I truly enjoy Southern Plate; your recipes are so good, and you are so witty, I feel like I’m reading an email from a forever friend.

  4. Hi Christy, can you please add the “Save” button so I can add this to my list of your delicious recipes? Thank you!

  5. Awesome recipe and blog post! Thank you for all your uplifting words. You are an inspiration. Have a wonderful day!

  6. I have made that pie for awhile now…. but only with the pineapple and never thought to add the mandarin oranges…. great idea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. I messed up and boughr 2 11 ounce cans of mandarin oranges & sliced pineapple. The pineapple went in the blender & I used the extra oranges. The pies are now in the freezer & I’m sure they’ll be yummy if I can leave them in long enough to freeze. I’ve already decided thifs recipe is a keeper.

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