Whipped cream is a separate food group in my family. When we have hot chocolate, it’s about an inch of hot chocolate in the mug and 4 inches of fluffy, sweet, white, heavenly goodness on top. When we have angel food cake… it turns into whipped cream and berries and people tend to forget about the cake. And when we’re at the grocery store and someone reaches for the carton of whipped cream, no one ever complains. [end-story]
Click the photo below for the Crisco® Pie Crust recipe AND there’s still time to enter the Pie Pack Giveaway if you want too In the “directions” part of the recipe you will read how to bake a pie for “cream” fillings.
But how simple is this? I made the crust a few days in advance, wrapped it and put it in the fridge, rolled it out and baked it, stirred the milk and pudding mix together and poured!
Let it chill, then top it with some whipped cream, chocolate and bananas!
I was so nervous about cutting it… but each slice came out beautifully with no special tricks!
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I have been compensated for this post, all opinions are my own.