Easy Strawberry Marshmallow Pie
Are you an avid baker? Then you will love this recipe. Are you a beginner baker who still loves to bake? Then you will still love this recipe for an easy strawberry marshmallow pie. The name says it all, and the taste will be just as decadent as it sounds. The "Beyond Frosting" website specializes in all types of recipes that call for frosting, baking, creamy goodness, and other desserts. Of course some of the recipes are a little more labor intensive and daunting, so they are best reserved for the more experienced baker... but it's always nice when you come across a recipe that's good for anyone to make. Whether advanced, just starting, or you have some experience. She gives a lot of great tips to make sure your pie comes out absolutely perfect every time, so all you need to do is read through the article and make sure you follow the steps and tips provided.
The best part about this recipe isn't just how easy it is to make, but it requires such a limited number of ingredients! Normally pie crusts can be a little tricky to get just right, so they can make or break your recipe. But with this easy strawberry marshmallow pie, all you need are graham crackers for the crust. Yes, that's it! You pulverize them in a blender, and then add in some melted butter to make it into a texture that you can press against the sides of the pan - and voila! You have a two ingredient pie crust that takes about 30 seconds to make. You can use the crust for a variety of other recipes as well.
Mmmm, as if strawberries weren't enough, this recipe also has some marshmallow to top it off!
The creator of this recipe blog is Julianne, she was born on the east coast where she lived in Vermont for 20 years, before she moved to Southern California almost four years ago. She develops apparel by day, blogs at night, and enjoys snowboarding on the weekends. She has enjoyed snow sports since she was five, and enjoys trying to keep up with her husband on the hills.
Next to snowboarding she loves baking, which she has been doing since she was young, when she would help her mom out in the kitchen. She says her sweet tooth was inherited from her grandmother who had one too. Her favorite dessert recipes are cupcakes, soft sugar cookies and cheesecakes, not to mention mint chip ice cream. She enjoys photography and food, and believes that creativity is in her blood. After completing a few cake decorating classes in 2012 she decided to start this recipe blog, hoping to have a place where she could keep track of all her creations and ideas. She learned quickly the ingredients that she liked the most, frosting being one of them.
You'll find a wide variety of delicious treats on her site from no bake dessert recipes, healthy dessert recipes, sweet and salty dessert recipes, with some tips and techniques thrown in, along with some travel stories. Stay a while and enjoy the site.
Strawberries have been around for a long time, and they are a favorite for people all over the world. The first garden strawberry dates back to the late 18th century, from a garden in Brittany, France. Before that you could find wild strawberries. In ancient Roman literature you will find reference to the strawberry being used for its medicinal attributes. Today you will find strawberries enjoyed all over, and can be eaten fresh, or added to dessert recipes, smoothies, juices, jams, jellies, drinks and more. Strawberries are best enjoyed fresh, but can be frozen to also reap their sweet, delicious benefits.
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