Tuesday, December 21, 2010

You wanted pie. You've got pie.

I had a few people ask me the recipe to my 60 second pie and since I never get asked for recipes I am going to share it with you today! Someone at the Christmas party yesterday even asked how I made it! It is pretty yummy.

 I'm not sure, but I think its called Graham Cracker Pie. But everyone should call it Jumble Pie because that would be AWESOME.

Ok, Step 1. Go to the grocery store.

You need to buy a graham cracker pie crust. Or you could make your own, but I have no idea how to do that so I can't help you there.
Then buy some pudding. It can be any kind, but I use vanilla. I think the next time I make it I will use french vanilla though, just to mixed things up a bit. But either way, you'll need either two boxes of instant pudding (of course the instant pudding takes a little longer),

Or a can of pudding.
I used the can the first time, but I liked the instant pudding better.
Buy a tub of whip cream. (I just Googled images of whip cream and it was sooo not suitable for work.)

Buy a small box of graham crackers. You only need a half a graham cracker, so don't go crazy.

Step 2. Make the pudding if you buy instant.

Step 3. Pour the pudding into the pie crust.

Step 4. Cover pudding in a layer of whip cream. You can put as much or as little whip cream as you'd like.

Step 5. Put half of a graham cracker in a zip lock bag and crush it. I used a spoon to smash it into little graham cracker dust.

Step 6. Sprinkle the crumbs onto the top of the pie.

Step 7. Refrigerate for a couple of hours.

Step 8. Enjoy!
Not an actual Graham Cracker pie, but it looks similar.


Thisisme said...

Well, thanks so much for that, and Jumble Pie it shall be called from now on - Awesome or what??!
Anything to make life easier I say, so this looks like just my kind of thing!

FreeFlying said...

Ooh! Perfect for a quick thing to take to a party! I will call it Jumble Pie for sure. :)

Ingrid Gray said...

You're much classier than me. When I make graham cracker crusts for cheesecakes (until I realized I could just use my food processor) I would put the graham cracker in a ziploc and roll an empty wine bottle all over it to smash them up really good. I also use a wine bottle wrapped in aluminum foil as a rolling pin. And pint glasses as cookie cutters. Clearly I need to invest in some worthy baking supplies

Bouncin' Barb said...

It doesn't get much easier than that does it? Thanks.

Jess said...

I'm totally making this for my mom's Christmas Eve party, and I'm so going to tell everyone it's Jumble Pie when they ask! :)

Jess said...

P.S. I'm SO excited you are going to guest blog for me! I can't wait to read it! :)

Tress said...

@Thisisme- Yay for Jumble Pie! It really is easy to make. Like if I can do it...anyone can. But its sooo delicious!

@FreeFlying- You too?!?! OMG people every where are going to be calling it Jumble Pie. I am sooo happy:)

@Ingrid- Hahahaha how many empty wine bottles do you have laying around, honey? But hey if it works then why not? I don't own a rolling pin so that trick may come in handy.

@Barb- It sure doesn't!

@Jess- Ha! I'm making one for Dad's Christmas Eve party, too! I love love love that you are going to call it Jumble Pie! And I'm excited to be a guest on your blog! I sent you the email earlier this morning.

Jimmy said...

Sounds simple enough, heck I could probably even handle this :)

I can just imagine the images that popped up for the whipped cream :^0

Bursts of Bubbles said...

Shame I can't come round to taste this but it looks like great comfort food :)

amchornetgirl said...

Sounds awesome, and awesomely easy! Jumble Pie is quite possible the best dessert name ever!

Canadianbloggergirl said...

Thanks, I will be filing it in my recipe card under J for Jumble Pie!


LottieSpartacus said...

It's a shame we can't buy ANY of that in Australia!!! hehehehe Oh well - pie from scratch for me! Or maybe a pavlova - perhaps I'll put a recipe for that up on my blog!

Love your blog, BTW!


Tress said...

@Jimmy- Seriously, if I can do it...anyone can. I am terrible in the kitchen. And yes...the whipped cream images were...interesting.

@Bubbles- It is very yummy! I wish I could send ya some!

@amchornet- Right?! I love it. Reminds me of Humble Pie :)

@CBG- I so love you.

@Lottie- Yeah, i dont even think I know what pavlova is. A recipe would be nice! Thank you for stopping by. I hope you stick around!

caterpillar said...

Got to try making this Jumble Pie some time soon...:)

becca said...

you had me at 60seconds i am so making one

Dad said...


bruce said...

jumble pie!


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lyndylou said...

Jumble Pie - sounds just yummy and if it looks anything like the pic then looks it too.

Easy recipes are the best :)

Tress said...

@caterpillar- Well make sure you stop back and let me know what you think!

@Becca- Hehe...that's the beauty of the whole thing.

@Dad- I am making you one tomorrow. And you get the biggest piece.

@Bruce- Definitely yummy.

@lyndylou- For as simple as it is, its wonderful. Well scratch that, because I've had pie that is complicated to make and it wasn't all that. So we'll just say its yummy.

Mrs. Hyde said...

@Ingrid Gray- I do the same thing! I have a rolling pin now, but I still use my empty wine bottle. Old habits die hard.

Good recipe, JM. I'll try it the next time I need a quick dessert.

Krissy said...

That sounds delicious! I make one in the summertime with two cups of yogurt mixed with whipped cream in a graham cracker crust. So easy and a refreshing summer treat.


My kitchen is like Ingrids lol

i wonder what the eqivalent to a grahma craker is here in australia?

Lottie,we can get instant pudding and whipped cream in a can, though whipping your own would be nicer and thicker.