One of my favorite restaurants is Joe’s Stone Crab in Miami (not to be confused with Joe’s Crab Shack). Will Smith once said that Joe’s was his favorite place to eat. I happen to love Joe’s Stone Crab Key Lime Pie.
For one hundred years, Miami natives and tourists have dined alongside celebrities including Frank Sinatra, Muhammad Ali and Jennifer Lopez. Joe’s has been a south beach institution since 1913 and it’s one of the top 10 must-visit restaurants in Florida!
My husband loves the stone crabs and the key lime pie. I love the key lime pie! Joe’s is really famous for their key lime pie and I finally perfected it (as close as it can be).
Next time you’re in SoBe, be sure and find time to visit Joe’s and try the Key Lime Pie. It’s cold and tart. It’s creamy and delicious. (Or, just stay home and make mine!) Joe’s has limited summer hours, so check before you go. Here’s the address:
11 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Joe’s Stone Crab Key Lime Pie
I actually made mini key lime pies as an early birthday surprise for my son-in-law because I knew I would be out of the country on his birthday. He simply loves these! And I’m up for the mother-in-law of the year award.
Serving Size 1 slice
Amount Per Serving Calories 413Total Fat 30gSaturated Fat 17gTrans Fat 1gUnsaturated Fat 11gCholesterol 167mgSodium 200mgCarbohydrates 34gFiber 1gSugar 21gProtein 5g
Always Use Freshly Squeezed Lime Juice
Never use bottled lemon or lime juice when making a pie. It will give it an artificial, yucky taste. And if you don’t have key limes on hand, go ahead and use the juice from regular limes. It’s not quite the same, but really close.
Key limes are not just limes grown in the keys. Actually, they are a specific variety of lime and more aromatic and more tart than regular limes. Read all about key limes here!
Time to give it up! What’s your favorite pie?
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