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Saturday, January 8, 2011

Sex in a Pan

I took the Chocolate Pie on Steroids one step further by combining it with a recipe I learned years ago called Sex in a Pan.  If I take it to a church function it's name becomes Get Behind Me Satan.

Take a 8X8 inch pan (the disposable ones with a lid are perfect is you're taking it somewhere).  In a food processor, process about 15 oreos--take a knife and scrap off the creme filling from about 8 of the cookies.  Dispose of the filling somehow....which could be via your own mouth; I won't tell.  Leave the other 7 whole. If you used the whole cookie for all 15 I think it would be too much sugar.  I have my limits, though I know it doesn't look like that at times.

Add about a half to a full cup of pecans.  Process this into fine crumbs.  Cover the bottom of the pan with them.  Melt 6 tablespoons of butter and pour over this.  Stir and incorporate the crumbs and butter until they form a smooth layer. Pour your completed pie filling over that and refrigerate over night until the filling is firm and the bottom crust is solid. 

Cover the top with handiwrap. This prevents a nasty film from developing on top as the pudding sets.  The handiwrap is important for another reason.  If you should trip taking it to the car for a party and the whole thing flies out of your hands and lands face-down in the dirt, the handiwrap will protect you from having to come up with another dessert.  If it is firmly set you can pick it right upoff the ground and the handiwrap will have protected it enough that you can still serve it at the party and no one will care. It also helps if there is wine served at the party before you get to dessert. 

Serve with Cool Whip which I'm sure makes this a low-cal dessert.

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