There are plenty of different apple pie versions out there but this is my mama’s – Nana’s Apple Pie Recipe. The one that she wrote in the red and white checked I’m Writing My Own Cookbook. How to Make Nana’s Apple Pie and See the World A store-bought pie crust or mix-it-in-the-pan crust make this as easy as Fudge Pie. But, if you make an
Now I must start by saying that this is much more time than I usually spend on making any sort of meal or treat. However, as the recipe says, this is worthy of a special occasion. And oh sweetie pie! Indeed it is. Take a gander at the photos and I’m sure you will agree. Plus, the Strawberry Pretzel in the title got me. That
For Thanksgiving. For any time of year! : Nana’s Sweet Potato Pie Sweet potatoes (either 5 or 6 medium baked sweet potatoes or a medium-sized can (about 16 to 20 oz.) 1 can sweetened condensed milk Pumpkin pie spices (go heavy on the cinnamon) to taste 3 T. melted butter 2 eggs, beaten Mash up the potatoes. Add the milk, spices, melted butter and eggs.
Are you ready to whip up a fudge pie? Well, guess what? Today, you can either stir up a pie on your paper or use the recipe below to bake one in your oven – or both! I’m sharing Nana’s latest pastels tutorial plus the recipe for Fudge Pie at Heart of the Matter today. I hope you’ll join me for the deliciosity!
My Nana and I made lemonade pie for Mother’s Day! I got to pour it all into the pie shells. We made two. They tasted DELICIOUS!!!!! You can make them too! Here is the recipe: can of frozen pink lemonade (or limemade or regular lemonade, whatever you like) cool whip (the big, one pound container) store-bought graham cracker crust Let frozen lemonade and container of
A quick reference list of recipes from 2008-2010. Apple Pie by Nana Asparagus Casserole by Grandpa Aunt Joy’s Fudge Artichoke Dip Banana Pudding, guest post by Nana Beans and rice Beans, Garden fresh in microwave Beef Barley Soup Bread, Homemade in 10 minutes Breakfast Casserole w/ Crock Pot Grits Brittney’s Biscuits Butter Rolls, by Southern Plate Buttermilk Biscuits from Menus for Moms Cheesy Pasta by