Alriighty, let's start off with excuses for not posting for two months AKA my April and May in a nut shell, shall we?:
- Tech Week and Show Nights:
- I was in another high school's production of Children of Eden. I worked with costumes and yes, that is me as a walrus.
- It consumed my life for three weeks and this blog wasn't the only thing I was pulled away from
- So one week after Children of Eden- WHAM! AP tests. My first test was AP European History, which is actually a really easy exam or at least it was this year. But that still killed a week.
On to the important thing, PIE.
WARNING: Sweeter than pure sugar.... seriously though, if you can't handle pecan pie, you probably shouldn't try this
The original recipe said to put a can of sweetened and condensed milk in boiling water, but heating a closed container is one of those common sense, don't do that or you'll regret it things.
If you're a dare-devil though, feel free to use the original recipe from The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook. Don't be limited by common sense. Maybe physics doesn't apply to such sugary things.
"Cottlestone Pie" the classic Winnie the Pooh poem
Ingredients:Your favorite pie crust (baked)
1 (14-ounce) cans sweetened condensed milk
1 1/2 large bananas
1 1/2 cups heavy whipping cream
1/3 cup confectioners' sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Directions:Pour sweetened and condensed milk into a sauce pan at medium heat. Heat stirring constantly until the milk sticks to the back of the wooden spoon.
Once both the crust and toffee filling are cooled, spread half of the filling evenly inside crust. Slice the bananas and layer on top of filling. Pour remaining half of filling over bananas, spreading evenly. Whip the cream with the confectioners' sugar and vanilla and spread on top of toffee filling and bananas.