We’re hosting Easter lunch this year and as I started planning the menu, I thought about all the traditional dishes from years past with our family — Mom’s broccoli casserole, my sister’s hash brown potatoes, and my Mamaw B’s MillionDollarPie
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My husband loves no-bake pies and this Strawberry Vanilla Wafer Pie turned out to be a favorite. Icebox pies are especially popular in the South where days here are sultry hot and us Southern ladies enjoy serving refreshing and delicious desserts
Fold whipped cream into strawberry mixture till no white streaks show. Pour into pie shell. Combine crumbs, sugar, and butter in bowl, press into sides and bottom of 9 pie plate. 1/2 cup strawberry, frozen,thawed
Preheat the oven to 300°F. Butter and flour an angel food/tube pan with a removable bottom. Set aside. In the bowl of a stand mixer using the whisk attachment whisk together the butter, vanilla and almond extracts