Most important part of this recipe, is to leave the cream cheese out for a couple hours at room temperature. The cream cheese will become soft and smooth. The importance of this is to create a smooth texture. Not doing so, will create horrible lumps of cream cheese that will ruin the flavor of this pie.
In a mixing bowl, combine condensed milk, Cool Whip and cream cheese. Then add lemon juice and incorporate evenly. Please note: the lemon/lime juice MUST be added last. The reaction of the citrus juice will start to harden your mixture almost immediately.
On the low speed of your hand mixer, blend well for around 2 minutes or so, just make sure all ingredients are incorporated. Immediately pour mixture into a waiting graham crust.
Refrigerate for an hour to and hour and a half.
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