My theory: Maybe when the girls get old enough to appreciate it. Yepper!
...poor nameless cake/pie/tart/???.
It all started after a trip home from the Farmer's Market on Saturday morning. I came back with all of this fruitful bounty and it totally hit me. My mission was clear! A trip to the store for some pudding and jello and I was set.
Pudding Fruit Pie
pie crust (so happy to find a granola pie crust for only $0.88!!!!!)
This was soooo easy to make. I had no recipe and it turned out to be soooooooo yummy! My husband was awesomely surprised (that's because I'm really not a big dessert maker-upper *cheese!*)
Here ya go...
1. Make your pudding and jello right before you start the whole process. Pour a layer of pudding into the pie pan. Toss some blueberries in there and put it in the freezer for a good 20 minutes. This will help later on.
2. Take the pan out of the freezer and pour your jello on top of the pudding layer. Here's an important note: The longer your pudding layer sits in the freezer, the more it reduces your chance of having it look like mine did in picture #3.
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