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April 07, 2009


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That looks so stinkin' good!!! YUM!!!!


I bookmarked your recipe for no-cook ice cream base last week - and I just happen to have leftover sweetened condensed milk in the fridge ready to go!

You get the A+ for creativity this week, that's for sure.


Whoa Girl...you outdid yourself this week! Great job.


I have enjoyed reading everyone's interpretation of this recipe so much. Your mini tarts are super cute.


Your mini pies look great and the ice cream sounds fabulous!


Your little pies sound so good.

I'm so glad you liked it.


Oh yum. You always have the best looking icecream. Your pies look incrdible too! I loved this recipe and I must make it again!

Madam Chow

It IS amazing - great post and photos! And thank you for stopping by my blog. I've been MIA due to LIFE, but I'm back (at least for a while).

Sugar B

I think this is also one of my favorite TWD recipes, too!

I feel like a whale today, I consumed practically the whole pie last night. Can we say PMS?!!!! Ugh.

Looking at these TANTALIZING pics do not help! ;)



Ha! Loved the John Travolta/dancing babies reference. Your deconstructed pie sounds AMAZING. I think we would go crazy for it at my house.


ooh, i LOVE the ice cream idea!! the mini pies look adorable. and great portion size:) why do i keep making the whole cake/pie/what have you?? i really need to mini-fy more!!

Amy (Sing for your supper)

Holy crap this all looks GOOD! Great ideas! So glad it was good enough to make your BF do a "happy dance"! Thanks for baking with me this week!



Your tiny pies are too cute!


Banana cream ice cream sundaes. Oh man. Wow! There possibly isn't more words to describe the goodness.


You ate "half" of a small banana cream tart? HALF? Where do you get the willpower?

AND I love ice cream, too, and love the ease and adaptability of your no cook ice cream recipe.


Yer killin' me! All your ice creaminess, sigh! Won't you be my neighbor? ;)
Loved this pie. Love the idea of little tarts. GRRREAT, Teanna!

Lindsey (Cafe Johnsonia)

Way to go the extra mile! I wish I'd made my custard into ice cream.


Oh, I love the little tart shells with the filling and topping...so cute! I just knew you would be one of those with the dollops and swirls this week! Some things ONE JUST KNOWS! It looks gorgeous...and the sound of that ice cream variation...well, I just can't go there, that's all there is to that...there would be no willpower involved. What is it about guys and banana cream pie...Mark is always just crazy over it and I have never once made it. Now, I am sort of obligated I guess! Great job on yours!


Wow...it's dangerous for me to even read this entry or look at your pics. I think I feel my pants getting tighter already. The ice cream is fabulous! And of course, nice job with the Banana Cream Pie.


Oh yum! Love the banana cream pie split!
When was Travolta sexy? ;)

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