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Butter a pie plate and sprinkle with the crumbs. Combine the milk and marshmallows in top of double boiler and heat, stirring, until dissolved. Cool thoroughly and fold in the whipped cream and pineapple. Pour over crumbs, and sprinkle with 1 tbs. more crumbs. Chill for at least 4 hours.
Source: the "Alaskan "Sourdough" Cookbook", circa 1976
By Free2B from North Royalton, OH
Beat condensed milk, lemon juice and lemon peel together. Fold in cool whip and pour into crust. Chill 2 hours or until set.
By IMAQT1962 from Illinois
By Robin from Washington, IA
This quick and decadent dessert will have you dreaming about it.
Slice three ripe bananas into a 9 inch prepared crumb crust. Beat 2 egg yolks, cup sugar, cream cheese, and rum extract until smooth. Spoon mixture over bananas.
Whip heavy cream, sifted confectioners sugar, and vanilla together until stiff peaks form. Spread over filling swirling into peaks. Chill 6-8 hours before serving. Makes 8 servings.
By Rebecca from Melbourne, FL
Combine pudding mix with milk and chill.
Layer 1/2 cup of fudge topping over pie crust. Layer pudding over fudge, then heap cool whip over the pudding. Place in freezer for at least 2 hours. Remove from freezer about 15 minutes before serving. Drizzle room temperature fudge topping over the top and dust the top with sprinkles. Place maraschino cherry in the center.
By Stephanie from Hillsboro, OR
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I have several fabulous "no bake" pie recipes with either raw egg yolks or raw egg whites in them. My friend tells me she uses organic eggs just fine in her recipes calling for raw eggs. I know the fuss about salmonella, so do I just sadly discard these wonderful recipes?
You can buy Pasteurized eggs - they're safe!
I just read recently that although it is possible to have and egg with salmonella, it is very unlikely since about 1 in 8000 eggs have it.
Harlean from Arkansas
Not all organic eggs may be safe, but those straight from a local farm which really allows the hens pasture are most likely safe. You're more likely to get Salmonella from carving chicken, esp. if not organic.
I've eaten (drank) raw eggs (as in egg flip) and my cat loves one now and then too! I've never had salmonella from this. Hen's eggs are basically safe. However duck eggs should not be used raw as they carry a greater risk of salmonella.
See this site to learn how to pasteurized your raw eggs. http://www.meli ardboileggs.html It's fairly easy.
Thanks for Melina Lee's website which includes pasteurizing eggs. That is very helpful.
And now, Rebecca, please send in your Banana Cream Cheese pie for us:) Thanks