Monday, June 6, 2011

About 3 today the wind blew really hard, then it started Hailing, lookie at our yard, then the rain came, much needed, much welcomed beautiful rain, it rained about 1 hour, now the sun is shining, lol never know what it will do in Georgia.. Compensate with the wonderful recipe I have below these photos too.


1 c. flour
1 stick butter (1/4 lb.)
1 c. crushed walnuts
...Melt butter, add flour and nuts. Spread into 9 x 13 inch pan. Bake at 350 degrees until golden brown (approximately 15 to 20 minutes). Let cool.

8 oz. cream cheese
1 c. Confection sugar
1/2 of a 12 oz. Cool Whip
Spread over crust. Beat 2 small instant vanilla puddings with 3 cups milk. Spread over cream cheese mixture. Add blueberry mixture,

2 C blueberries
1/2 C of water
2 Tablespoons of corn starch
Bring blueberries to boil, add cornstarch to water and
mix, then add to blueberris, this will thicken it.

Top with remaining Cool Whip. Garnish with nuts. See More
I took this to the church homecoming Sunday, it was such a hit, gone in just a few minutes, everyone wanted the recipe, so listing it here for some who may stop by and see the blog, it is a good one for sure.
Hope you have a great evening, and a Teriffic Tuesday too, lots of Hugs ♥


Theresa said...

Ooh, that sounds good! But I am trying to get back to my diet today. I allow a treat on Wednesdays and Sundays so will have to keep this in mind. I made a peach cobbler last night and I think I got the recipe from you. The whole family loved it :)

Theresa said...

I know, I saw it on the news that several parts of Georgia were getting hail and rain! None here, we need rain desperately!

Thanks for the recipe, looks yummy! Have a blessed evening, HUGS!

Joyfull said...

We also need rain desperately! Had a few showers around, but they missed us! Love the blueberry dessert. I have some blueberries in the freezer that need to be used, this may just be the thing to make! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing your blueberry delight recipe. We have four blueberry bushes in our back yard. I should be able to pick enough blueberries from the bushes to make this dessert!

Mrs. Q said...

Ah, it rained yesterday, about 5 big rain drops, then stopped :(
Hopefully we will get more rain soon! Glad you got some!

sarah said...

we got stuck in the middle of a horrible rain storm. My dgt kept saying...when I am afraid I will trust in You. Hearing your voice and those words gave me a ton of comfort. And that pie...yum. Love blueberries.

Laurie said...

This looks so good, Barbara! I am thinking I would like to try it when the huckleberries are ripe here in Montana.

You asked me about Design Seeds that I posted about on my blog. I came across Jessica's pretty displays of color from another web site, and from what I read on her site, she shares these color "swatches" simply because she loves to create them. They are her "seeds" of ideas, I think. I saw today that she also has a blog and sells items in Etsy. I am not one who can wear or live with bold color, so I like her softer combinations, but I do enjoy seeing all of the combinations she comes up with.

Blessings to you!

Barbara said...

that is neat Laurie, I will have to find her thanks for answering.

NanaNor's said...

Hi there, I see you are having weird, wacky weather too. We haven't had the hail lately-thankfully but one day it is beautiful and the next cold. The blueberry desert looks incredible-I may just have to try my hand at making it gluten free.
Hugs today.

Jean Tuthill said...

Oh, the dessert looks so good! I am glad you got your much needed rain... Thanks for coming by and your sweet comment.

Sharon said...

We are having funny weather here as it has been in the high 90s and on Sunday it was 100. Today we are to have storms and a lot cooler temps.
Your recipe sure does sound good and I am going to copy it down and try it. I love anything with blueberries.
Have a nice day.