I am making oatmeal and pecan pies, one a piece. The recipe is very high in sugars and calories, so I only make it about once or twice a year. It's worth every bite!
You need a pie shell and to preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Combine 2 eggs, 2/3 cup of sugar, 2/3 cup of Karo syrup, teaspoon of vanilla, 2/3 cup of melted butter, and a cup of oatmeal or pecans, whichever you prefer. Mix it altogether and fill the pie shell. The recipe is for only one pie.
My grandma gave me this recipe years ago, and I found heaven in a single slice, though I've been known to eat an entire pie in 2-3 days. Oh, and also hide them for myself. :)
Mmmmm.......almost done. Cooks for 45 minutes or until firm.
Lots of Christmas craft goodies packed in here. Here is the link to see for yourself. I have several that I want to try. I LOVE CHRISTMAS DECORATING! especially when I can make my own stuff. Go see. go see.
I'm thinking of trying this wreath. It's basically a styrofoam circle wrapped up in scrap fabrics and stuff. The twig, of course, is why I love it. Bring in the woods.
I like this one, and was actually already thinking of doing something a wee bit similar this year. It's a scrappy patchwork tree on a canvas frame. I like the tree on canvas, but I think I will just do triangle trees. Also, I thought I might want to put some in those embroidery circles.
This one is my favorite. However, I do HATE making yo-yos. Its just a bunch of different size yo-yos on a dowel. Not digging the thread on the bottom, but.......not sure what to replace it with. Hmmm....there's a puzzle.
Hopefully, I will have time for these goodies for my home this year. If so, I will share.
What fun! This one is called 'Gift Guide.....' It features one of my snuggle quilts, middle row, last column. That picture is hands down my favorite picture I have ever taken of one of my items. They are always a work in progress, but I think I'm getting better.