Sunday, June 14, 2009

Boom Boom Pie





This morning it was hot, and sweaty in Central FL. I realize that isn't out of the


ordinary for probably 350 days out of the year, but today was just oogie.


Guido had stuff to do as you know from the twitters (http://twitter.com/StuffYerFace) and I was busy inside, enduring a balmy 75* and cleaning up grassy doggie vomit most of the day. But we still gotta eat!!


I had a few bananas that were forming a plot to take over the kitchen, so they got chopped up with some other fruits to make Guido smile when he came in after a longtoughmiserable day workin' in the coal mine of his garage.



I admit to WAY TOO MUCH fooling around on blipfm (http://blip.fm/StuffYerFace) but I'm not such a stoodge that I've ignored the latest from Fergie and the Peas... I've taken to using "Boom Boom" in front of my statements. I must not be the only one, because Guido remarked that he keeps hearing that and he had no idea why.

"Babe- where's the Boom Boom Broom?"

"Honey, are you ready? Lets hit the Boom Boom track!"





(sigh)




Boom Boom Pie



This is more of a cobbler- I found a recipe for it that didn't use a ton of butter or sugar, and had my way with it.


1 C AP Flour
1 C Sugar (not really, I used Splenda)
1 T Baking Powder
1 C Milk (not really, I used Soymilk)
3 T Butter
Cinnamon
Vanilla
3 C chopped fruit of your choice


In your 8x8 pyrex, melt the butter in the microwave and flip the oven to 350*

Cut the fruit (I used strawberries, mangos, and those bad mambajambananas)

In a small bowl, make the batter by whisking milk into your dry ingredients. It was ultra lumpy but who cares. (You used the blue bowl like I did, right?)

Pour the batter right ontop of the melted butter (weird, I know, but farkin fantastic for lazy me!)

Top batter with fruit. You may want to put the whole thing on a cookie sheet in case it erupts.

Bake for about 55 minutes. Let cool. Top with fake spray can whipped cream.

Rub belly after eating.








1 comment:

iRaw said...

This looks so good! I'm really into experimenting with fresh fruit (and vegetables) in cake.

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