I was looking through the photos on my computer recently and I came across a couple of shots I caught on my iPhone and ran through Instagram.
I am fairly certain that my intention was to share the photos and recipes on this very blog.
However, as the title of this post indicates, I am not a food blogger (not really sure what kind of blogger I am) for so many reasons. So forgive me for the less than stellar photos of my kitchen creations.
I did get a shot of my After-Easter Trifle before I took it into work to share with my
I just adapted the double chocolate trifle recipe on my blog and used some left over chocolate cake (icing and all) and Easter Reese's Cups instead of strawberries and brownies. That's what I love about trifles...as long as you have pudding and whipped topping, you can make a trifle with just about any fillings.
As for the next photo, I did indeed want to share this recipe with you but forgot to even get a photo of the Chocolate Chip Pies before I took them to my family to share. So, I had to call my sister and ask her to get a shot on her iPhone and send it to me.
This recipe is a favorite of my family and members of said family have been known to request this pie instead of birthday cake.
It's rich. It's gooey. It's really easy to make.
Chocolate Chip Pie1/2 c. flour
1 c. sugar
1/2 c. margarine or butter, softened
2 eggs, slightly beaten
1 t. vanilla
1 c. nuts (we use pecans)
1 c. chocolate chips
1 unbaked 8-9 inch pie shell
Beat together flour, eggs, sugar, butter and vanilla. Stir in chocolate chips and nuts. Pour into pie shell. Bake at 325 degrees F for one hour.
I put my pie shell on a cookie sheet just in case of spillovers.
If you don't like nuts, leave them out and add some more chocolate chips! It's good either way.