Tuesday, May 17, 2016

No Bake Peach 'n Blackberry Pie


 I don't know about you, but time is not my friend.  I always, but always have some kind of project or another going, on top of working full time.  It is so hard being a mom some days isn't it?
I agree!



During the summer months I love to have a variety of salads in the fridge and some kind of custard goodness!  This pie fits the bill perfectly!  It is bursting with fresh fruits, it is super light and refreshing, it's creamy just the way I like it and above of all;
It's no bake, score!
You will look like a rock star without the baking!

Ready for this very easy dessert?  Here we go;

Prep time: 20 minutes
Bake time: NO BAKE
Yield: 8 Servings

Ingredients:
1 pkg (3.4 oz or 1 oz if sugar free) vanilla pudding mix
1 graham pie crust
1 8 oz pkg cream cheese, room softened
1 cup milk
1 pint (2 cups) blackberries, rinsed and patted dry
1 can (15 oz) peaches in light syrup
Reserve 1/2 cup of syrup
1 tsp vanilla
1 container (8 oz) non dairy topping, thawed

Directions:
-In a medium bowl, beat your cream cheese using a mixer till whipped.

-Sprinkle in pudding mix and pour in milk, vanilla, reserved peach syrup.  Mix well till smooth.

-Dice 2 halves of the peaches to equal half a cup.  Fold into mixture pie mixture. 

-Add in the whipped topping and fold till thoroughly incorporated, set aside.

-Slice 1 halve of the peach into slices for topping, set aside.


-Remove dome from pie crust and set aside.

-Place blackberries in the pie crust mentally making a diamond shape.  See picture above.  This will ensure that all 8 pieces of pie have those amazing blackberries in them.  

-Gently add the pudding mixture over the blackberries.

-Decorate with blackberries and peach slices.

-Using a sharpie, mark the tin of the pie crust where you will start to cut into the pie.  Again ensuring that all pieces have those succulent blackberries.



-Place the reserved dome back over the pie and secure the tin in place.  I love that trick!

-Place in refrigerator and chill for at least 2 hours before cutting.

You will have your sharpie guide to ensure even slices, but best of all?  Your family and friends will love you! ♥

Till next time!

Dishin with Didi

8 comments :

  1. The no berry word sounds like music to my ears!Delicious my friend!

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  2. Sounds wonderful dear Didi! I love the tip about the blackberries and marking your pie tin! Great idea!!!

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  3. You made me drool, Didi. The pie looks so good. I would love to have a piece of it right now

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