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Easter Egg Pie with Coconut

 Here's a great make-ahead dessert for your Easter celebration. 

Easter Pie

Easter Egg Pie
Old recipe from 1951 Jell-O advertising

1 pkg. Jell-O Vanilla Pudding (note: this is NOT the instant pudding)
2 tsp. gelatin
2 cups milk
1/2 cup heavy cream
dash of salt
1/4 tsp. vanilla
1 cup toasted, shredded, sweetened coconut
1 baked 9-inch pie shell

Combine pudding and gelatin. Add milk and cook as directed on package. Cool to room temperature, stirring occasionally (you don't want a 'skin' to form).

Combine cream, salt and flavoring. Whip until mixture holds its shape. Fold into pudding. Then fold in 1/2 cup of the coconut. Place in bowl of ice water and chill until mixture begins to stiffen. Turn into pie shell. Chill Garnish with border of remaining coconut. Decorate with candy Easter eggs or Jordan almonds if desired.

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When you get to be a woman of a certain age, you can laugh hysterically at photos like this without feeling the need to apologize.

Old scary easter bunny

 Want to see more old photos of creepy Easter bunnies scaring the daylights out of children? Click here.

Recipe via File Photo Digital Archive

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Gordon

I made the mistake of looking at the bunny pictures in a crowded room. I then had to explain why I was laughing uncontrollably with tears running down my face.

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