So yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah. When you like to bake the only way you know how to say sorry is to bake someone something right? I got in to a fight with someone and I apologized by making their favorite dessert. Key Lime Pie.
Here is my I'm sorry Key Lime Pie. Ignore the bite taken out of it. . .it t'was not my doing. He couldn't wait to try some so he took a bite and I stopped him and said NONONO I HAVEN'T TAKEN A PICTURE YET D=
He then proceeded to try to spit the bite back out onto the pie. I wasn't having any of that. >.>
This pie was really, really, reallllllly simple to make.
Premade crust, bottled key lime juice, sweetened condensed milk, and sour cream. 4 ingredients? That all you do is mix together in one bowl? You can't beat that.
So this is basically the recipe
1 graham cracker pie crust
2 cans sweetened condensed milk
1/2 c sour cream
3/4 c key lime juice
Lime zest is optional. . .I didn't use it, because I used bottled key lime juice since I'm lazy and didn't want to squeeze all the limes
Combine the S.C.M, sour cream, and lime juice together in a bowl. Mix well.
Pour into graham cracker crust and bake at 350 F for about 8 minutes. Do not brown.
Chill. Serve. Eat. Enjoy. Tra la la.
I think I would totally make this again, but maybe not use key limes. I'm not a big lime fan. Boyfriend sure did like it though. He forgave me for the fight and now has to proceed to nuzzle and bear hug me after every bite. Silly boy.
I took the cookies I baked over to a friends house last night and on the drive back the plate decided it wanted to slide. Causing all of the cookies to crash to the floor of my car. Goodbye cookies. I hardly knew ye. =(
Today even though it was uber hot yet once again I had some baking to do. I bought some bananas a few days ago and they ripened up quite a bit faster than I wanted. Basically I needed to use them up FAST. So, I put them in a recipe that I found on cookie madness. Here's a link: Chocolate Marshmallow Banana Cookies.
They're a little messy when they're done, but they taste great. Banana, marshmallow, AND chocolate together? Yes please =)
Okay so I absolutely ADORE Cookie Dough Bites. You know. . .those tiny chocolate covered pieces of fake cookie dough? They're so addicting. When I saw a recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies, with Cookie Dough Bites in them I did a double take. Like. . .you can. . .you can do that? Really? And they don't cook? I MUST TRY.
Soooooo that's what I did.
Unfortunately for some reason my cookies kept coming out dark and not cooked in the middle. *sigh* I guess that's what I get for being stingy and using margarine. Or maybe I can blame it on the humidity and heat? Yeah? I like that idea. HOWEVER they still taste amazing and that's all that matters right?
I just used a basic chocolate chip cookie dough recipe and added the Cookie Dough Bites along with the chocolate chips. Simple stuff= yummy cookie.
The past few days I've been craving a homemade breakfast. I wanted something different than the traditional pancakes, or waffles, or omelette's, etc. So, I went a recipe searchin'. What did I find? Muffins that taste like doughnuts. . .I found it on the Tasty Kitchen website. Unfortunately I had to make a few alterations to the recipe, because I was being cool and started making stuff before I checked if I had all the ingredients for it.
The alterations I made were:
Leaving the nutmeg out
Using butter instead of milk
Rolling them in a mixture of brown sugar and cinnamon
I had used all my white sugar in the muffins themselves.
Now I must say that even though they did not taste like doughnuts(probably due to the fact that I made some major changes) they were still delicious. Especially if you let them sit for a while and soak up the cinnamon sugar buttery goodness. =)
I would totally make these again, but for next time maybe I'll actually have nutmeg, milk, and white sugar. Maybe.