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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Let them eat pie

Replacement photo. This is 2 pie's rather than the 1 9x13

Pecan pudding pie

crust
1 1/2 cup. ={ 354. ml] flour
{177 ml} =1 1/2  sticks of butter
2/3 cup.= {150 ml }crushed Pecan nuts
 Combine ingredients and cut together until it resembles coarse meal.
Press well into a greased 9 x 13 x 2 inch baking pan. Bake at 325 to 350 degrees for 30 minutes. It will be golden color Let Cool.
Combing 1 package cream cheese  8oz  I believe
1/2  up to 3/4 cup  powder sugar  {59 ml to 79 ml}
1/2 container of whip cream
mix together, spread over bottom of cooled crust.
top with chocolate pudding made according to package directions, note: you can add whip cream topping to the pudding also if you wish. 
Then top with whip cream and broken peaces of pecan This is very good.
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Banana split pie is also awesome.
make or use a gram cracker crust. 
This recipe will make a 9x13 inch home made crust
or 2-3 store bought round crust.
Layer 1:
Take 1, 8 oz cream cheese  blend in 1/2 container whip cream 1/4 up to 1/2 cup powder sugar. {59 ml or 79 ml}
  1 stick soften butter.
add 1 egg or leave it out if u prefer
 Spread in bottom of crust
Layer 2:
Drain 1 can crushed pineapple. spread a thin layer.
Sprinkle lightly with powder sugar
Layer 3
Slice bananas 1/4 inch (thinly) spread side by side over the top of the pine apple.
Layer 4:
whip cream to cover
layer 5: drop can cherry's here and there to decorate   I use cherry pie filling for the cherry's. 
Note:
Some people who love cherry's will like a layer of cherry's under the whip cream rather than sprinkled on top.
I give min to max  amounts so u can adjust for your needs. Use the smaller amount of sugar for less sweet taste
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F = (175 degrees C).
Have a wonderful day and remember to laugh and play.Photobucket

4 comments:

angela said...

they sound soooo yummy I will def be making these and trying them out. Oh well Im happy with my body now so I dont have to worry about the cal. lol
thanks for the receipes.

Gail said...

My mouth is watering!!!

randomreasoning said...

I could have used that recipe when my little birdies flew home for the holidays. I recently starting blogging about empty nesting and have not found the large community of us that I know exist. Let me know if you can offer words of advice!
kewsmith

The Music Man said...

wow! can't wait to make.