Peeps Pie

{White girl prose in ebonics,
as inspired by Peeps}
Six Sisters.
That’s how many o’ us ladiez’s dere iz
in ma family
And let me tell ya
We can talk.
Noodles calls to recall our lost remembories
Hollster whispers o’ partay secrets and pilates
Muggs an’ I ought jive mo’ yo
Britty marvels me wiff her dark tales o’ wonder an’ woe
Bethers calls ’bout recipes and Summer Lovin’
{Yes, SUMMER LOVIN’ as in the musical, Grease.
Danny Zuko was totally whack so no talkin’ smack.}
And try as I might
ta quit
da gossip habit
I’m rather addicted
da warm phone lines
that keep me connected ta
Six Sisters.
Slap yo’ English
into ebonix
*Peeps Pie
A light, simple custard rocks the hue and flava of this classic Easter candy. Ya dig? If using more than one color of Peeps, be sure to prepare each separately to keep colors from mixing into a bloppy blob of mad crazay y’all.
18 peeps
1 egg
1 1/2 c. heavy cream
2 T. flour
1/4 c. sugar
1 package of mini graham cracker crusts
Place 10 peeps in a large, microwave safe bowl. Microwave for 30 seconds, until peeps fluffy up. Immediately remove and beat in egg, 1/4 c. of cream, and flour. Spoon into crusts, leaving a small amount of the crust visible at the top. Bake for 18-20 minutes, in an oven preheated to 375 degrees until center of pies are set. Remove from heat and cool. Beat together remaining cream and sugar. Pipe whipped cream onto the top of cooled pies. Top with remaining peeps. Makes 6-8 mini pies.
We out. We out.

19 Responses to “Peeps Pie”

  1. apparentlyjessy says:

    hehe made me giggle! I wish we got peeps here is Australia. The custard tarts look delicious!

  2. Ms Cupcake says:

    How cute! Great photos!

    Checking in from SITS. Wishing you a beautiful week. My best. Zen Cupcake

  3. The Blonde Duck says:

    I LOVE it! That’s the greatest thing I’ve ever seen!

  4. Jen says:

    this is great.

  5. Sophie says:

    These are super adorable :). I especially like the color and your little rap/poetry slam.

  6. It's All Good says:

    damn, dat look mad tight yo!

  7. Julia says:

    you crack me up! I love dessert humor!

  8. theballardgirlsandboy says:

    Oh, how I miss the days of hanging out with all six of you! I remember when I slept over at your house, and you did makeovers on us all. So fun.

  9. Laura Flowers says:

    I adore your blog. It’s my favorite!

  10. Jenny says:

    who needs a site to tell them how to speak like they an original OG? Not me…that’s right, I’m gangsta from the O-H and no one can stop’ shizzle! Ha ha, I loved this post! I haven’t had so much time to visit sites lately, so I’ve been trying to read back through all your posts. You are hilarious…a great writer…and a great cook! I don’t know where you come up with these things or where you find the time! Hope you all are doing well! We miss you..oh yah, and I’ve told several people about your site, so you may have a few silent stalkers…like me!

  11. Not Another Omnivore says:

    That is such a cute idea!


  12. abbacat says:

    my six year old said, “those make me want to eat the computer”. We’ll make some this weekend!

  13. Live.Love.Eat says:

    6 of you. wow. I have 2 sisters and it is wonderful. It’s like 2 more friends that I never had to make, they were just always there.

  14. Lisa Loo says:

    I just LOVE your blog!! Oh wait–sorry–already said that. These look amazing–your pictures make me want to actually try and make them and your writing skills make me want to beg you to write your life history or something! Six girls–wow–I only had a brother-some how I feel so left out…

  15. lyndsay says:

    OMG! Peeps pie!!! looks bonkers~!

  16. curiousdomestic says:

    Ooh I can’t wait until the next Peep season! What a cute idea!

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