Monday, April 8, 2024

Impossible Lemon Pie

What a beautiful day it is to enjoy some lemon pie and tea! 

I received this beautiful teapot as a birthday gift from Mary from Home Is Where The Boat Is.  Isn't it so pretty?  It's dishwasher and microwave safe, too.  Thank you, Mary!

I made myself a tea latte with Lemon Sugar Bundt Cake tea that Margie from Tea In The Valley,  sent me for my birthday.  I thought my Royal Albert English Chintz teacup complemented the teapot so nicely.  I have a battery operated frother to make my lattes, and I've been enjoying one every afternoon.  

This is the tea that is oh so a dessert itself!  Thank you, Margie!

These impossible pies are so easy and really so good!

Yield: 8
Author: Kitty
Impossible Lemon PIe

Impossible Lemon PIe

This pie is so easy and is like a lemon custard pie. If you need a quick dessert, this is it!


  • 2 cups milk
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • ½ cup Bisquick baking mix
  • 4 eggs
  • ¼ cup butter melted and cooled
  • 1½ teaspoons vanilla extract
  • ¼ cup lemon juice (the juice of one large lemon)
  • Zest of one lemon


  1. Spray a 10-inch pie plate generously with cooking spray. See NOTE
  2. Place all ingredients in a blender.
  3. Mix on low speed for 3 minutes then pour the pie filling into the greased pie plate. Let it rest for 5 minutes before placing it in the oven.
  4. Bake at 350 for 40 minutes (mine took 50 minutes to set) and allow the pie to cool before cutting. Refrigerate leftovers. May be served straight from the fridge if you prefer it chilled.


I only have 9" pie pans and this recipe fills it to the very top; be careful when placing in the oven. I used a baking tray underneath in case of spillage.

I like this little corner of my yard.

Can you spy the robin that is taking a bath in my waterfall?  I get so many birds that like to take a sip and take a bath in my waterfall.

Thank you for your visit!  xo

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  1. The Impossible Lemon pie sounds and looks delicious. Anything lemon I love. What a pretty teapot from Mary. Your teacup is lovely along with that delicious lemon sugar bundt cake tea. Your waterfall is enchanting. I adore the sound of running water. Happy week ahead Kitty.

  2. That pie looks yummy. Both your teapot and tea cup are just lovely.

  3. What a great combination of your pretty new teapot and trusty chintz teacup, Kitty. I thought the bundt cake was just that until you showed the packaging to see that it's tea!. And your pie, oh my. I may need to try that! I love lemon. What a nice combination there, too, of the tea and pie!
    I do love your statue and waterfall. I had all four season cherubs in my former landscape until we downsized, and then I sold them. I do see the robin! How relaxing that must be to sit, have tea, and enjoy the visitors to your garden. A true oasis!

  4. Good morning Kitty, Your Impossible Pie sounds so easy and tasty! I hadn’t heard of impossible pies before, what a dream to make without having to fool with a crust. Your garden looks like a wonderful spot to enjoy tea or a latte. So glad you’re enjoying your teapot and I have the same Royal Albert teacup! I know your waterfall must provide a lot of joy and tranquility for you and the birds. Hope you’re able to see the eclipse without storms or clouds interfering! Happy Monday ♥

  5. I’m a sucker for lemon treats!! This looks so good on your pretty garden table, too! Your yard is lovely, there’s nothing like a waterfall! How lucky you are to have one!!

  6. I've made several Impossible Pies Kitty but haven't had a lemon one... It's on the list! Love the robin in your waterfall, I'm sure the birds appreciate the cool dip in the Texas heat:@)

  7. I must try this impossible pie Kitty, it sounds so good! And so does the Lemon Sugar Bundt Cake tea! The teapot and tea cup are just beautiful, what a delightful tea time in your garden!

  8. Both pie and tea sound delicious, Kitty! Lemon is one of my favorite flavors. I've made some variations of Impossible Pie, but never a lemon one. I may have to buy some baking mix!

  9. Kitty, this looks like such a nice dessert and easy to make. I love your pretty yard, the angel statue and the robin in the waterfall. Thanks for the recipe and I hope you have a wonderful week Kitty.

  10. this pie looks amazing! will have to make it. Love your birthday gifts!

  11. I love, love all things lemon, so I can't wait to try this one. I love the waterfall.

  12. Kitty - your pie looks so delicious. I love seeing photos of your yard too. Your recipes are always so wonderful!

  13. So glad you enjoyed the tea, Kitty! I am sure it tasted even better in your pretty teapot and teacup!

  14. Love the recipe! Thanks!!
    And the waterfall looks wonderful!

  15. Wow! Stunning teapot and gorgeous teacup! Your recipe looks delicious! Great tea too. Hugs.

  16. Hello Kitty, I love your teapot from Mary and the RA teacup is a perfect complement. Your setting appears to be quiet, peaceful, and lovely. I would certainly enjoy a slice of impossible lemon pie, it looks delicious! Wishing you a joy-filled week!

  17. Oh Kitty that teapot (Mary is awesome) is so beautiful - as well as that stunning teacup!
    Thank you so much for the pie recipe. I love a custard-y pie and lemon is just so perfect all year 'round! I have never heard of an "impossible" pie before!!!! Love the waterfall Robin pic.
    Birds are just the best. You made my day! Hugs!

  18. I love your pretty yard, and do see the sweet robin taking a bath in the waterfall. Ooh that lemon pie sounds very refreshing. Have a nice weekend Kitty. xo

  19. You have such a charming yard, Kitty! Your lunchs and teas must be so relaxing there watching the birds come and go. I remember an Impossible Hamburger Pie years ago but had never heard of making a Impossible dessert with Bisquick! It looks delicious!

  20. Such a pretty teapot and a very thoughtful gift! Love your sweet garden with the waterfall and cherub. It looks so cool and peaceful. I am going to make this pie when my daughter comes to visit next week. She loves anything 'lemon'. It's her birthday week, too. Thank you for the recipe, Kitty, and enjoy your weekend. Hugs xo K

  21. Love an impossible pie and will have to give this one a try as well. I visited you via Life and Linda. My entries are #118+119. Feel free to join SSPS Linkup M-S:

  22. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with us at Full Plate Thursday, 690. We are featuring your post this week and looking forward to seeing you again at the party!
    Miz Helen

  23. I love lemon pie and this one looks so wonderfully easy to make! I'd be honored if you shared this at our party!

  24. This sounds delicious Kitty - and I love that all the ingredients can be mixed in the blender, one-bowl cleanup! Your new teapot and teacup is beautiful, and the tea sounds marvelous that was given to you! Your yard is so lovely with all the special effects, but especially the waterfall! The birds love your yard for sure! Have a wonderful Sunday!

  25. Aw, that little bird! I love seeing and hearing the sweet birds in the springtime! I had to go back and re-read the pie recipe because I have never heard of putting all the ingredients in the blender. That's amazing how it forms a crust! God bless you, sweet friend.


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