February 1, 2010

and The Winner Is~ ~

Greetings Friends~ ~

Since this Give-a-way was this lovely pie dish from the kind folks at www.cookware.com I think it's fitting to end the contest with my Favorite pie recipe for Banana Pecan Cream Pie. It's easy and the result looks like you are a pro even if you aren't.

Please remember that Emile Henry will give 10% of the sale of each PINK pie dish to Breast Cancer Research. Wouldn't it be a great gift to give the women in your life a Pink pie dish as a Valentines gift?
It would also make a sweet Easter gift too.

Ingredients at the ready.


Mix the crust and press it into the pie dish.
Bake the crust and cool.
This crust is so good you will want to use
it for other pies that you bake. It's a No Roll Crust! Yeah.



Mix up the filling and pour it into the shell.


Top the pie with the Cool Whip and sprinkle with pecans.



Isn't this table quilt lovely? Is was a gift from my Mother.
She sewed it and quilted it all by hand.
This is the very simple recipe. Enjoy!



. . .and the Winner Is~ ~ ~
Kathleen's Gonna Want Seconds Cooking Blog!
Congratulations Kathleen. My sincere Thanks
to all of you for entering and for honoring me
with your presence here at my home
~ ~Joyously Living Life. Stop by again soon.
~ ~Ahrisha~ ~


12 comments:

Linda said...

Oh that pie looks so YUMMY. Congrats to the winner of the very sweet pink pie plate!

Allie and Pattie said...

YUM! The pie looks wonderful, but the star of that table is the gorgeous quilt! Oh, my! Lovely. And congrats to the winner
xoxo Pattie

See You Soon Paris said...

Congrats Kathleen :) I love that table quilt. Thanks for the recipe I will definitely give it a try.
Thanks for hosting the contest.

Lois B said...

What a beautiful table scape and pie!

Congratulations, Kathleen!

Stephani said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love this pink pie plate and have had my eye on it for some time! Too bad I didn't meet you sooner, I could have entered and maybe won! Oh well, I'm blessed to visit your site anyway. I LOVE the table quilt and the white furniture! I'll come back later when I have more time to take it all in. Nice to meet you!

Kathleen said...

Your pie looks very yummy! Thank you sooo much for the pie plate. I am so very grateful and excited!

Colleen @ MuralMaker&More said...

Thanks for visiting the other day. I love the recipe, but I'm mad about your rooster. I collect them, need to back off a bit - but yours is darling.
And, btw, I'd love to paint some suitcases for you, anytime!

Jamielyn said...

oh yum! I want to try this! Thanks for sharing

Angela said...

That pie looks so good!

Congratulations to the winner!

Sherry said...

I Love the quilt but that pie is calling my name! YUM Thanks for visiting me and your kind comments. I get most of my images from Graphic Fairy's site...and they are free.

Lori @ Raspberries and Rose Petals said...

Banana Cream Pie is my hubby's favorite! This recipe looks yummy ~ I will have to try it!

Ashlee said...

I wish I'd found your blog sooner! I love pie, and pink! Thanks for stoping by my blog. The think about the tranfer sheets is that the area's where there is no print still end up on the fabric, leaving a "film" of a kind. So unless you cut out every spot that isn't part of your image you might not like it. It's worth trying a small practice area. And you could blow up the image, break it into 4ths and print on 4 different sheets to get a larger image? good Luck! And if it work's I want to see it!