|The Oxford Companion to Food|
|by Alan Davidson|
Twenty years in the making, here is the long-awaited magnum opus from one of the world's great authorities on the history and use of food.
Results 1 - 10 of 179 for dream whip pie
Mix all together except for 1 cup Dream Whip which goes on top of pie. Pour into cooked pie shell and refrigerate.
Bake pie shell and cool. Mix Dream Whip by package instructions. ... well. Place in pie shell. Top with favorite pie filling and chill for 30 to 60 minutes.
Roll enough graham ... separate bowl, mix Dream Whip according to directions ... sprinkle graham cracker crumbs over top and place in ice box for 1 hour.
Press walnuts into bottom of pie shell. Bake and ... sweetener or sugar to taste. Mix well. Top with strawberries or canned cherry pie filling. Chill well.
Fix the Dream Whip according to directions ... 2 cooled, cooked pie shells. Top with ... pie filling. (I use 1/2 can on top of each pie.) Chill overnight.
Combine all ingredients ... When mixture thickens, add Dream Whip mixture from step 1 and continue to mix. Pour in baked pie crust or graham cracker crust.
Cook vanilla pudding ... 2 cups prepared Dream Whip. Add sliced ... into 9 inch pie shell (baked). Let ... may use other fruits with matched flavor Jell-O.
Gradually beat sugar ... Pour into greased pie pan. Bake at ... to 35 minutes. Chill and cover with Dream Whip. I substitute Cool Whip for the Dream Whip.
Beat 2 egg ... Pour in buttered pie pan and bake ... to one package dream whip. Then add ... and pour in dream whip mix. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Place 1 cup crumbs in buttered 9 x 13 inch pan. Put 1/2 whipped cream over crumbs, then 1/2 marshmallows. Spread on all filling. Layer remaining ...
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