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March 10, 2013

Quick No-Bake Pie Fillings {SWEET}

Quick No-Bake Pie Filling Recipes ~ Quick & Easy Pie Filling Recipes you can get ready in no time at all !  #PieFillings #PieRecipes

I do not normally plan my days ahead, but today I did .. and guess what?  Making these no-bake pie fillings were the only thing on my planned day which happened.  More about this, but first:

My sister-in-law bought a new apartment, with all kinds of "old rubbish built-ins etc".. Now, to me that sounds like a bargain as this restoration bug has gotten to me. Right, so we went to the new place to have a look, oh my!  a lovely kitchen kind of cabinet {2 - 2.5mt long!} with louvred doors, badly in need of attention, but for that .. I am sooo up for a challenge, since I am feeling better today {hope this will last a while}. What did not work out ... it was too big for us to bring home AND I forgot to take my camera so I can not even share a pic with you.

Next - to her old place...also stuff she wants to put on the curb when moving out - found more furniture pieces, but it is under packed boxes/bags and whatever else. Came home with only a metal kind of security door, which is still in pristine condition {have plans for that!}

Finally, home,,,, I started with these quick pie fillings when Cheri let me know she saw the cutest Jack Russel puppies. Uhmm,,,puppies? Jack Russel? Some of you know I love, adore, Jack Russels ... how to convince Roy..???? Oh easy, he fell for it almost immediately.  Now we have *JOE* a cute little Jack Russel puppy!  Photos will follow when he is more settled and will actually sit still for a second or two.

Okay, back to todays post:  {I found most of the recipes on Allrecipes.com, but as they were so easy, I just wrote down the ingredients,,,, if any of these looks like one of your recipes, please let me know with the link and I will add it to the post.  {Silly thing for a blogger to forget to write the link and give credit where due, but it happens}

I like no-bake desserts, they are quick and if you have ready-made pie shells, you can make all four of these in less than an hour {excluding chilling times}.  I used small bite-sized pie shells which I get from our local baking store.

The quantities for each recipe given is enough for one standard size 22.5cm (9 inch) pie shell or loads of mini shells. {Because I filled the mini shells, I divided some recipe ingredients by a third or a quarter}.  It is also up to you whether to make them all or just one.

Quick No-Bake Pie Filling Recipes ~ Quick & Easy Pie Filling Recipes you can get ready in no time at all !  #PieFillings #PieRecipes

Creamy Peanut Butter

3 TB Butter, softened
1 cup Icing Sugar
3/4 cup Peanut Butter {creamy}
3 TB Fresh Cream  {whipping cream/double cream}
Sprinkles or any kind of decoration you like

1.) Place all the ingredients in a bowl - beat until smooth - scoop into pie shell/s - decorate as you wish.
2.) Chill for an hour or two and serve.

Quick No-Bake Pie Filling Recipes ~ Quick & Easy Pie Filling Recipes you can get ready in no time at all !  #PieFillings #PieRecipes

Chocolate Fudge

1 cup Chocolate Chips, melted
1 can (397g) Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 t Vanilla 
Pecan Nut halves, to decorate

1.) Beat together all the ingredients for at least one minute or until smooth - scoop into pie shell/s - decorate with Pecan Nut halves.
2.) Chill at least 2 - 3 hours.

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Butterscotch

1 1/2 cups Muscovado Sugar
4 TB Corn Flour
3 TB Flour
2 cups Milk
3 Egg Yolks, beaten
2 TB Butter
1 t Vanilla
Decorations as you wish or leave it as is

1.)Mix the Sugar, both Flours and Milk - heat over low heat until warm - add a little of this mixture to the beaten Egg Yolks {to warm the Yolk gradually} - then add all the Egg to the mixture in the pot - simmer, whilst stirring all the time, until thick.
2.) Remove from heat - add the Butter and Vanilla - stir until the Butter is melted - scoop into the shell/s and decorate as you wish.
3.) Chill at least 2 - 3 hours.

Quick No-Bake Pie Filling Recipes ~ Quick & Easy Pie Filling Recipes you can get ready in no time at all !  #PieFillings #PieRecipes

Coconut Custard

1 cup Sugar
1/4 cup Corn Flour
Pinch Salt
2 1/2 cups Milk
3 Egg Yolks, beaten
2 TB Butter
1 t Vanilla
1 cup Desiccated Coconut 
Toasted Coconut, to decorate

1.) Place the Sugar, Corn Flour, Salt and Milk in a medium pot - cook on medium, stirring continuously, until thick and bubbly - boil 1 minute - add a little of this mixture to the beaten Egg {to warm gradually} then add all the Egg Yolks, slowly, to the mixture in the pot, keep stirring and cook another 30 seconds - remove from heat.
2.) Stir in the Butter, Vanilla and Coconut - scoop into the pie shell/s - decorate with the toasted Coconut - chill at least 2 hours.

Quick No-Bake Pie Filling Recipes ~ Quick & Easy Pie Filling Recipes you can get ready in no time at all !  #PieFillings #PieRecipes

ENJOY !!


Quick No-Bake Pie Filling Recipes ~ Quick & Easy Pie Filling Recipes you can get ready in no time at all !  #PieFillings #PieRecipes

18 comments:

  1. beautiful! this looks yummy! i followed you from your marvelous mondays link party post! :) i wanted to let you know that i'm going to be starting my own link party for recipes on tuesdays. it kicks off tomorrow! i'd love it if you participated! :) www.anyonita-nibbles.com is my blog.

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  2. yum yum yum - can't wait to see it I love Jack Russel's my last 2 dogs were Jack Russles

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  3. Those are all so cute and yummy! I especially like the butterscotch flavor! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  4. Those all look so delicious! I may have to try one (or all) of these this week. I love tarts!

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  5. These look delicious and I'm looking forward to trying these out. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Thank you for your non-baked pie fillings. These will be a great help to me. I will be back a lot. Thank you, Trish Butler

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  7. This is a great collection of Pie Filling, great recipes. Have a great St. Patrick's Day and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

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  8. These all look wonderful! What is Muscavado sugar (in the butterscotch recipe)? Thanks for sharing on Busy Monday!

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  9. These all look so fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing at Crafty Tuesday...I can't wait to try these out!

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  10. Hi Linda,

    So glad to be featuring you this week on Transformed Tuesday.

    Hugs,
    Peggy

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  11. Wow. Nice. Have a good week. Linda

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  12. These all look so yummy! Thank you for linking up at Fluster's Creative Muster. Hope to see you next week!

    Robin @ Fluster Buster

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  13. Such a cute and yummy idea, featuring you on
    http://joyfulhomemaking.com/2013/03/welcome-to-think-tank-thursday-22.html!

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  14. Yum! I love no bake desserts as well! I would like a dozen of the butterscotch, please!

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  15. These are great! I've made some like the peanut butter and do need to make them again! lol I love your variations.
    Thank you for sharing them with us in our Crafty Showcase. We love seeing what you link up each week!

    New linky: http://bowdabrablog.com/2013/03/23/crafty-showcase-link-up-anything-fun-in-the-craft-project-linky-6/

    Have a super week! Susie @Bowdabra

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  16. Hi. The coconut recipe calls for 1 cup coconut. Is it coconut milk? Thanks!

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    1. Apologies Jessica ! No it is desiccated coconut - fine coconut, not the milk {I will add this to the recipe now - thank you for bringing it to my attention !} - replying here as your e-mail is not attached to your comment.

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