Deceptively simple, this mouthwateringly delightful dessert will please you and your family and have them crying out for more! Why not make two?
Lemon Crumb Pie
1-170 g (6 oz) pkg lemon Jell-o 1/3 C lemon juice
1 ½ C sugar 3 2/3 (2 cans) evaporated milk, chilled
¼ t salt 2/3 C melted butter
2 C boiling water 4 C vanilla wafer or graham cracker 1 ½ t grated lemon rind crumbs
Dissolve the Jell-o, sugar and salt in the boiling water. To this mixture, add the lemon juice and rind. Chill until very thick.
Add the evaporated milk and whip until very fluffy. Meanwhile, mix the butter and crumbs. Reserve 1/3 C of the crumbs. Press the remainder firmly into a 33 x 22 cm (9 x 13 inch) dish. Spoon the gelatin mixture into the dish and sprinkle with the reserved crumbs. Chill until firm.
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Cut yourself a nice slab of pie and enjoy it whilst you visit some of my fellow A to Z bloggers. A good place to start is Luke Wortley‘s blog. He’s the author of Irish Car Bomb and a lot more really, really good writing. You’re gonna like it, I promise! Tim Hillegonds is the author of Vodka Flavored Tears. His blog is here and is definitely worth stopping in for a while. Ghiya Rushidat isn’t part of the A to Z Challenge, but her website is a great place to visit. Ghiya is an amazingly talented composer, film scorer and performer. Stop by to see and hear what she has on offer!