Cottage cheese, Cool Whip, and Jell-O combine to create a comfort food so easy, pale, and delightful, it can only be described as Pink Fluff. It is the most brilliant recipe you will ever fear.
Happy National Pie Day!
Looking for a recipe for pumpkin squares? Pumpkin pie bars? (They go by several aliases.) This recipes produces, essentially, the equivalent of two pumpkin pies with a traditional (evaporated milk) filling. Tradition departure: 1) one rectangular pan instead of two pie plates. 2) Super-easy, no-roll, oat crust.
Deconstruct a pie, using a free and easy shortbread instead of a crust. Perfect for when you’re in the mood for pie, but don’t feel like rolling, crimping, fussing, swearing, and guessing whether or not the filling has reached the right consistency while you worry that you’re over-baking the crust.
Enjoy banana cream pie bars from scratch without touching a rolling pin or turning on the stove. Chessmen cookies, Cool Whip, cream cheese, instant pudding. Trust me; this does not taste like an “easy version.” It’s the real deal.
Forget your fancy appliances. Making these biscuits by hand with a pastry cutter will produce light, beautiful shortcakes that will balance perfectly with strawberries and whipped cream.
Blueberries, mango, orange, strawberries and honey make up this simple but delicious fruit salad. Bananas, Cool Whip, granola, Jell-O, vanilla yogurt, whipped cream, orange zest, and herbs (such as tarragon, basil, mint) are all good options.