Sunday, October 3, 2010


Husband is representing both of us today at a "Cuban Baby Shower"...from what I hear, it will be a huge event...something similar to "Teresa's Christening" on HWONJ. So I'm having a girly football on any TV in the house!!! I've been fixin' a Mississippi Delta Fudge Pie...a Taste of Gourmet product. This is a rich fudge pie from the Deep South. It's easy to, moist, fudgey & intensely chocolate!!! Serve it warm or cold...everyone will be asking for more!
Tea and Mississippi Delta Fudge Pie...served from my 'magnolia teaware'...oh-so Southern!

Seriously, delicious y'all!!!
Recipe for Mississippi Delta Fudge Pie:

1 stick (4 oz) butter or margerine (not tub or liquid)
3 eggs or egg substitute
1 unbaked pie crust or heavily buttered pie pan

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Melt butter in a saucepan or microwave. Add dry ingredients package and eggs, stirring with a spoon until evenly mixed. Do not use a mixer. Pour mixture into pie crust and bake for about 50 minutes or until done. Now how easy is that??? (Ovens vary and glass dishes require additional baking time.)

The Small Print Y'all!
Nutritional Analysis: (Just remember, it's a dessert...a special treat!
(Dry mix only) Serving size 2 tblsp (53 g), Servings 8, Amount per serving: Calories 210, Fat calories 10, Total fat 1g, Saturated fat 0.5g, Cholesterol Og, Sodium Og, Total carbohydrates 49g, Fiber Og, Sugars 42g, Protein 1g. Not a significant source of trans fat.

Taste of Gourmet has a "Product of the Month" each month...a fundraising project to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. October's "Product of the Month" is the Mississippi Delta Fudge Pie Mix. Purchasing the the Mississippi Delta Fudge Pie Mix during the month of October will generate a $1.00 donation to St. Jude Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. The Hospital is devoted to research and treatment toward eliminating chronic childhood diseases like leukemia and is the only childhood cancer research center designated by the National Cancer Institute. Stock your entertaining pantry and gift closet while making a donation to St. Jude!!!

The Mississippi Delta Fudge Mix makes a great gift...

Just add a cute ribbon bow on the box and the mix is a great gifting idea for:
Upcoming holiday gifts--1.2.3. Done and done Southern!
~A hostess gift--set yourself apart from all the bottles of Merlot!
~Bunco prizes--Bunco girls love to eat and entertain!

Prepare the pie yourself and carry the dish to:
~Someone who is ill--'cuz you were raised right.
~The office...just because you are sweet!
~A potluck dinner--show 'em you know how to do it 'homemade'!
~A new homeowner--they certainly don't have the time to bake anything!

The Mississippi Delta Fudge Pie mix is only $7.95! Order now from Miss Janice!!! Everyone loves food y'all! You simply cannot go wrong with a food gift...especially one that is oh-so Southern and delicious!!!


Town and Country House said...

Looks delicious, Miss Janice!

Tammy B said...

I love fudge pie. I had the most delicious fudge pie many years ago. I searched many a cookbook and tried many a recipe and could never find it. I finally saw Paula Deen make a fudge pie and tried the recipe. That was it! Then I lost the recipe. I finally found it again. I may have to get some of the Taste of Gourmet fudge pie mix, so I don't ever have to search for my recipe again.

A Hint of Home said...

The pie looks delicious and to help St. Jude is icing on the cake, if you will.

BLC :o said...

Eating for St. Judes!?? Count me in!!!! MMmmmm and what a good cause!?? Xoxo-BLC

Nanette said...

Hi Miss Janice,
Your pie looks wonderful and your magnolia teaware is so pretty!

highheeledlife said...

Oh sounds yummy...

Looks like you had a wonderful afternoon to yourself... How is Mlle Coco? HHL

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

That pie looks rich and delish! I'm having some coffee right now and would love a slice!


Anonymous said...

Yummy yummy, I hope you saved a slice for yourself to enjoy! xo

Angie said...

I want some right now! Looks delish!

Beth Dunn said...

THAT looks amazing!

QueenBeeSwain said...

oooooh, this almost makes me want regatta season to be over so I can eat what I want, since this most certainly has my mouth watering!