First Fat Friday!

5 Feb

I’ve decided to make Friday’s FAT FRIDAY!  That is Fat with a “F” not a “Ph” because it is the start of the weekend and a great kick off to all diet crashes/breaks/failures.  Every Friday I’ll post a delicious recipe that will send you straight to sugar coma bliss and help in all your carbaside needs! 🙂  I’m sure you’ve noticed that not much of what I post here is healthy to start with, but it is also not terribly easy to make. Fat Friday will be dedicated to quick sweet fixes.

Here we good, hop on board the sugar train is about to leave!

Quadruple Berry-lious Pie

You Will Need:

1 – package of pie crust or one recipe of double pie crust.  If you find you want to put in a lot of work for a Friday, you can make your own and my recipe is in this post.

1 – bag of froozen mix berries (blueberry, raspberry, blackberry)

1 – pint of strawberries or bag of frozen

3/4 cup of sugar

1- teaspoon vanilla

Put it all together

  1. Pre-heat oven to 375
  2. Grease pan of choice.  I used a 9 inch pie pan.
  3. Put berries in a large bowl.  If using fresh, slice the strawberries.
  4. Pour sugar and vanilla over the berries and mix around.  Set aside while you make the crust
  5. Make pie crust
  6. Roll out or press pie crust into the bottom of pan and up the side of the pan.
  7. Fill with berry and sugar mixture.
  8. Roll out the top layer of crust and cut a few venting holes with cookie cutters.
  9. Press the top and bottom layers into each other at the edge of the pan.
  10. Cover with alumni foil and bake for 30 minutes. Tip – bake on top rack and place a cookie sheet under in case any filling over flows.
  11. Remove alumni foil and back for another 20 – 30 minutes or until the crust is golden brown.
  12. Let cool and serve with whipped cream or ice cream or alone. (It is actually very good a day later, so if you can wait I recommended, but I understand the need to devourer immediately)

I hope you enjoyed your first Fat Friday!

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