is a good example. It’s an oldie- but goodie recipe that we used to make during the holidays. [We first ate it at O’Charley’s, but we haven’t been there in YEARS so we’re not sure if it’s still on the menu, or really if O’Charley’s is even still around…] Craig took it to a guy-gathering recently. Keep in mind – it’s simple, but not so quick [you’ll see why in a minute --]
The ingredients: graham cracker pie shell, 2 cans of sweetened condensed milk [Eagle Brand, we used store brand; they were being cooked when I took this photo], a container of cool whip [oops – not pictured – it was thawing in the fridge], and mini semi-sweet chocolate chips
[the big ones just won’t work.]
Pour caramel mixture into pie crust. Refrigerate for several hours or overnight.
Top with Cool Whip, being careful to lift the spoon up making little peaks all over the top.
Sprinkle the mini chocolate chips over the top. Be generous. Refrigerate until serving.