Sunday, June 27, 2010

Watercolors, Disguises and KEY LIME PIE!

 I love Sundays, what more can I say? Here is what I wore to church today. Once home I promptly put on a pair of sweats, my campfire cardigan, a lounge tee and slippers............ahhhhhh.......
tank, cardigan & skirt-J Crew
shoes-Bandolino

And now for the Key Lime Pie recipe. This is the easiest and yummiest key lime pie recipe I have ever come across....trust me, it is soooooo delicious!

Ingredients:

9"graham pie crust (this is a little larger size then standard)
5 T of powdered sugar
1 cup of sour cream
1 cup of key lime juice
2 14oz cans of sweetened condensed milk
2 eggs
optional: lime zest for garnishing


Preheat oven to 325 degrees

Whisk together lime juice, condensed milk and eggs in a large bowl until fully blended and smooth. Pour into pie crust. Bake for 17 minutes.

Allow pie to chill for 2 hours in freezer, remove. Mix sour cream and powdered sugar and spread over the top of pie with spatula. Garnish with lime zest.
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And lastly, here are some pictures of the toddlers from the other day. Since Christopher is "in disguise" I can share his photo with you- I can't wait until the adoption is official! Can you believe they are just three months apart?? Cooper is a linebacker and Christopher is our little tater tot!

12 comments:

mollywaffles said...

another cute outfit! looks like that featherweight cotton ruffle cardigan in sepia would go with this skirt too! It goes great with that brownish-orange in my sunshine peonies pencil skirt, and you were right - it also goes with the neapolitan skirt! I'm glad I got it.

Key Lime Pie looks great, makes me hungry for dessert! I'll have to give your recipe a shot next time I need/want to make dessert.

Love the pictures of the boys "in disguise" :) That's awesome that they seem to get along so well too!

Jenni said...

Super cute outfit...and trust me, the minute we get home from church on Sundays I am in my pjs!!! Your boys are just adorable....they look like such great friends!!

Fatima said...

The lavender looks really pretty with that floral print. I did the same exact combo for my 2 year old. Got her the waterfloral dress and some cute little lavender cardi with the 30% off. That's the baby version of your outfit! :-)
By the way, your babies are looking too too cute, and seem to be having fun too!

Melissa said...

The print of the skirt is fantastic and I love the color of the cardigan with your skin tone. So pretty!

Jessica said...

I so wish i would've picked up that skirt when it went on sale! I love it on you! And I am totally going to make your key lime pie! Thanks for the recipe.

triciathomas said...

I love that skirt!! That pie looks AMAZING!!! I love key lime!

Anonymous said...

I will have to try that recipe for our July 4th bbq. You're looking great as always. :) And your boys are adorable per usual!

Michelle Q said...

LOVE the skirt! I have this one too - I may try to re-create!

What handsome guys you have there!

Eleanor said...

I think my jaw dropped when I saw the sour cream as an ingredient.
Never in a million years would I have imagined, but sounds like it is worth a try!

P.S> The boys are adorable in their disguises!

Jan Russell said...

Such a pretty outfit for Sunday morning - I love that Lavendar Jackie - I have one in my online cart right now, and I hope it will still be there when the next promo pops up... Your boys are so cute, I hope Christopher's adoption will be finalized soon!

Jordan's Mom said...

Where did you find your bandolino shoes in the natural color? I can find them in black but not natural.

Debye said...

Eleanor-I know, sour cream sounds crazy but it works!

Jordan's Mom-I got the nude bandolino's at Macy's a while back.

Thanks for all the adoption good wishes ya'll!