Saturday, April 4, 2009

Bandwith Cooks: Key Lime Pie



Bandwith's Key Lime Pie
Crust:
1 1/2 c graham cracker crumbs
1 stick butter, melted
1/4 sugar

Mix and press into a pan. Bake 10 minutes in a 350 degree oven. Cool.

Filling:
4 farm eggs
1/4 c granulated sugar
Beat together for about 5 minutes.

Add:
1 can Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk
3/4 cup Key lime juice
pinch of salt
lime zest, optional

Mix on medium speed for 1 minute. Pour into cooled sheel. Pop into the freezer for an hour. Serve with whipped cream.

35 comments:

  1. That looks yummy! Bandwidth did good! I have an easy Key Lime pie recipe from my aunt and haven't fixed it for a while, and your post just reminded me.

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  2. Yummmmmy! Looks like great cooks and great presentation run in the family! I'm so going to make this!
    Carol

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  3. Oh yummm! Young Bandie can come over to my house any time he feels the urge to make another pie! I'm an excellent recipe taster! ☺ Diane

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  4. Wow, Bandwidth did really good. This look fabulous and so good. I will have to try this. Hugs, Marty

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  5. I love Key Lime Pie and Bandwith's looks really tasty.

    Roberta Anne aka
    The Raggedy Girl

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  6. Jain..will LOVE this:)That bunny keeps popping into the photo:) What a Diva~:)

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  7. Nice looking pie -- I don't know anyone who doesn't like key lime pie! Perhaps it's the whipped cream!

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  8. Lucky me, I have taste- vision. I am sitting here eating a slice of keylime pie as I view this. Jacob and I were at Costco this afternoon and we just brought one home. Tell Bandwith his looks delish! ~ Robyn

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  9. My husband loves key lime pie and I've never attempted to make it. Now I have no excuse not to try.

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  10. This looks so good,it is one of my favorite pies!!

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  11. I usually make key lime tart for Easter. After looking at this I don't know that I can wait that long!

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  12. Dear Mr. Bandwith (chip off the old block) well, not too old ... my granddaughter and grandson thank you from the bottom of their little hearts ~ key lime pie is a favorite and they haven't had any since we moved from Florida to Oregon almost four years ago. This looks like a recipe we can all live with - and achieve pie success.

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  13. i am totally laughing how well monique knows me... YES, i LOVE this post! and i love your new header too~ that chocolate bunny is a star, its a good thing he found you.

    so making this, i don't have a key lime tree for my good health~ bandwidth is given mum a run in the kitchen and thrilling the masses at the same time! one word...
    YUM!

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  14. Oh, this sounds so easy and delicious...something I can handle..We are having all our family over for Easter Sunday dinner and I will make one of these to go along with some more desserts. Please tell your son many thanks for his recipe...
    Yum!
    xo bj

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  15. Looks pretty yummy... thanks for the recipe as well...good job Bandwith...hugs ~lynne~

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  16. Gollum, please tell Bandwidth thank you for contributing to my summer menu! I love how simple it is! Delicious! Great job!

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  17. This looks wonderful and refreshing! I am going to try this out this week! My little chef Madison and I will be in the kitchen again!

    Thanks so much for sharing !

    Blessings to you!

    Karyn

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  18. Thanks for sharing this recipe. My daughter loves keylime pie and I am going to make this when she comes home for Easter. Love & blessings from NC!

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  19. Yum, yum, your son did a great job! Looks like both of our boys are budding chefs in the making.

    Kady

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  20. Looks gorgous! I can't wait to try this recipe this summer; it looks the perfect addition to a BBQ!

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  21. Bandwith looks like he did a pretty darn good job! I'm sure is tasted as good as it looks..do you hire him out !!!! lol

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  22. My mouth is watering and I can almost taste the sweet tartness. Yum~mo!
    Isn't it fun to have sons who cook? My three sons are excellent in the kitchen, their wives love it! It is taking my daughter a bit longer to catch the cooking and baking bug.
    The pie looks delicious!

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  23. Oh Yummo, I copied this so I can make for for Easter Sunday dinner. Looks like it's pretty easy, my kind of cooking.:)

    Hugs,
    Chris

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  24. Hi Michael Lee!! I am soooo imoressed that Young Bandwidth produced such a beautiufl dessert! It sounds like you have a sous chef at your house! Be sure to thank him for the recipe! I hope you are having a wonderful weekend...hugs...Debbie
    PS I LOVE your new springy header! I am so tickled that you are enjoying the napkins!!

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  25. Hi Gollum,

    I have to admit, I've never had Key Lime Pie. I bake a lot, but this isn't something I've tried. I just might have to give it a try, for no other reason, than for the color!!!! ;) It seems that Lime Green is the NOW color, I see it everywhere and all shades of green are my favorite color. Thanks to your son for the recipe.

    Hugs
    'D'

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  26. The apple didn't fall far from the tree! This looks scrumptious!
    Happy Sunday dear Gollum
    xo Isa

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  27. This looks delicious, key lime pie is one of my favorites. Oh, who am I kidding, any pie is my favorite! Bandwith did a great job! Kathy

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  28. A fine pie for this greening season!
    How do you stay so slim?
    Looks delicious..
    Have a good week!

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  29. Congratulations to Young Bandwith! Looks wonderful and bet it's almost gone! Nancy

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  30. Oh, wtg Bandwidth! It looks delicious. But where the hell does the average subdivision dweller get farm eggs? LOL

    Justine :O )

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  31. Wow...this looks yummy! So many great cooks in you home!

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