Let's enjoy some Key Lime Pie that my granddaughter requested to make after school, shall we? The sweet vase was sent to me from a blogging friend, several years ago. I actually found the little teapot for $1.50, which is from County Cork, Ireland, at a local flea market, several years ago. I was thrilled to find it since my relatives hail from there.
I bought this teacup on eBay and I just love the crazing, and time-worn look of it. It's such a pretty pattern, named Rolland, by Johnson Brothers. It has such a lovely raised embossed border, and Celtic design.
Here is Cissy pouring the filling into to six mini graham cracker crusts and one regular crust, which she took home for her family.
Mmmmmm....but of course, the best part is licking the beaters!
Cissy even made some free-form shamrocks for decorations out of some melted chocolate that we put into a baggie, and snipped the corner. If you'd like to try Cissy's favorite pie, go here for the recipe for this Easy Key Lime Pie.
For a more traditional Key Lime Pie, check out the recipe here.
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