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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Come on into my pantry while I make a pie....

Good Evening my dears..
I was wondering if you would like to come into my pantry with me.. I want to make a little something for Sunday dinner tomorrow..
It is an old recipe that I have made for several years..
We all like it and it makes up very quickly.. That is a good thing, right? 
Please come on in...
This is not a very big room but it serves it's purpose..right..
Excuse my shelves.. I organize but then I turn around and they need organized again.. smile.. Oh well..

Now for the recipe..
It is called Impossible Pie..
Perhaps, you have made this before...
In a mixing bowl place these ingredients..
4 eggs
1 1/4 cups of sugar
2 cups of milk
1 tsp. vanilla
1 cup coconut
1/2 stick of butter or margarine, melted
1/2 cup self rising flour..

Mix all ingredients and blend well..


Pour into a 9 1/2 inch ungreased pie plate..
Bake at 350 degree oven..


Bake for 35 to 40 minutes..
Let cool well..


See how the crust develops at the bottom..
Such a mystery.. smile..
You can leave out the coconut and just have a custard pie, if you prefer..

What have you girls been busy doing on this lovely day?
I am still working away at getting the house cleaned and decorated..


Church tomorrow... smile...

Psalms 95 : 2-3

Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song.  For the LORD is the great God, the great King above all gods.. 

Have a blessed day my friends..
Thanks for dropping by and welcome to the new followers of the blog.. So happy to have you..
Hugs...


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17 comments:

  1. Faye, that pie sounds wonderful,wish I was coming to Sunday dinner. (smile). Will definitely have to give this one a try. I love coconut, canned, frozen, fresh, and any way you fix it. Have a blessed Sunday
    Angela

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  2. That pie is called "impossible" because it looks and probably tastes impossibly delicious ;) :) :)

    Oh, I really like the vintage repro tins with the flour, coffee, sugar and tea on them. I have some vintage repro tins like that, too. They're not in the same style. They're different, but still cute :)

    Have a good weekend :) love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)

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  3. Love your pantry with all the tins and jars ! Pie looks good when dinner ? Is that your church you go to , oh my it is a lovely little church. Have a wonderful day !

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  4. Can you come and organize my pantry? :-) I love the Impossible Pies and the coconut is one of my family's favorites. So good and not a lot of work! Enjoy your Sunday!

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  5. Faith From Crochet by the Sea has commented..

    Oh Faye, you are just so special....I really
    enjoyed my time in the pantry with you, and what a wonderful looking pie...love that coconut...giving that a try.....Love looking at all the wonderful jars in your special pantry....it is cozy and welcoming...

    thank you,
    Faith

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  6. I have to make your "Impossible Pie", it sounds and looks fabulous!!! I love coconut and so does my hubby, so that sounds like a winner.
    I hope you and your family had a wonderful time in Church today, we did! I would love to know the kind of church that you go to. My hubby is a UPCI minister, he isn't pastoring right now...yet. We visited and he preached this morning at a church that is looking for a Pastor, God's will be done.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  7. I can almost smell that pie. My mouth is watering.... Maa

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  8. The pie looks yummy...I must try this one :)
    I love the guestroom in your previous post...you have decorated it so sweet.
    Hope your Lord's day was blessed.

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  9. That pie looks wonderful, I can see why it's called what it is! I must try this, thank you so much for sharing x

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  10. Well, Dang! I just got back on Operation Get Buff and then you whip out a pie! Now, I want pie. And yours looks spectacular! :)

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  11. 2 gerat posts...Never tried imossible pie before, neat how it comes out,eh! The bedroom fix-up pics from the last post were nice too. TTYL

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  12. I love your pantry! Thanks for sharing the recipe. I definitely plan on making it. I love custard type pies. I'm glad you said I could leave out the coconut. I love coconut but Hubby won't eat it. I especially like the picture that shows the old cookbook where you got the recipe. I love old cookbooks. Enjoy your day and God bless.

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  13. I am going to try this pie....I love coconut! I will try to figure out how to adjust the flour since I don't buy self rising flour. :)

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  14. wow!! great pantry (really want one) and a great pie!! will be trying that one out! thanks for sharing xx

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  15. This looks delicious!! I have the same flour and sugar cans too! How neat!

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  16. Hi Faye, Everyone should make your Impossible Pie. It is easy and soooo good! I have not made it in quite a few years but this has reminded me as to how much Jim likkes it!!! Wish I could have ridden along to the farm with you and Terry. I would have been so happy. The spring water must be an enormous treat. Nice doggie for your family. This is the first I have heard about the dog. I must have missed a time or two. You take care of yourself and you are right - NO SNOW SHOES FOR YOU!!!!!!!!

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