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Creamy, velvety slices of key lime pie are protected by a smooth layer of white chocolate which cracks as you bite into it, coated with a fine dusting of Graham cracker crumbs on the bottom.
Key lime pie is one of my favorite desserts. I loooove the buttery, crunchy base and the thick, creamy topping that’s full of citrus-y zing!
How can you tell if a food blogger is British? Go over to their recipe archive and search for mince pies. If they have a recipe for them, I’ll bet you 20 whatever currency you have on you that they’re British.
I’ve decided that a much better use of my time is to stay home and make tiny bite-sized portions of chocolate-cream heaven.
Lemon, meringue and short-crust pastry are the three favourite dessert ingredients at our house right now.
I recommend this recipe for anyone looking for a healthy alternative to a calorie-packed dessert, but definitely not if you’re going to try and fool anyone into thinking it’s an ordinary deep-dish cookie pie.
Rather than making one huge apple pie, I made small individual ones. That way, I can convince myself that it’s perfectly okay to have two because they’re only miniature!
I don’t think I’ve ever tried a banoffee pie and been disappointed. They’re just so basic and easy to make that it’s really difficult to make one and have it turn out to be a disaster.