Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Let them eat pie

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

Pecan pudding pie

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.
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. 
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


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!!!

Anonymous 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!

The Music Man said...

wow! can't wait to make.