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Old 06-12-2010, 09:45 PM   #1
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Kahlua Pie tnt

Tasty be it warm or cold outside
For the crust mix 1 cup graham or chocolate crackers crushed 2 tab. butter melted and 2 Tab. Kahlua, mix well press into bottom and sides of a 9 in. pie plate.Chill for 10 minutes.
Filling; Heat
1/2 c. milk to boiling. Add 2 envelopes of unflavored gelatin and Kahula: stir til dissolved. In a f/p or blender mix in 2 eggs,1/2c. sugar and 1/3 c. vodka.With machine running pour in milk mix and and blend well. Transfer to a bowl. Chill 15 to 30 min or til slightly thickened. Stir occasionaly. Fold in the gelatin mixture into 1/12 cups whipped cream, Pour into prepared crust. Chill til set. About 3 hours/
sprinkle shaved chocolate on top just before serving.
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Old 06-13-2010, 12:11 AM   #2
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what is kahlua mix?
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Old 06-13-2010, 12:55 AM   #3
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what is kahlua mix?
Sorry babe I put the comma in the wrong place. I meant Kahlua, mix well
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Old 06-13-2010, 06:14 AM   #4
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This sounds awesome, but I'm gonna change it a bit. Instead of 2T of Kahlua I'm gonna make it 2T for the graham cracker crust and a large glass of kahlua and cream for me. LOL!!!
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This sounds awesome, but I'm gonna change it a bit. Instead of 2T of Kahlua I'm gonna make it 2T for the graham cracker crust and a large glass of kahlua and cream for me. LOL!!!
You rascal you. I dare ya
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I except your dare!

I'm not really a drinker, but I absolutely love straight kahlua. I hate it when your at a restaurant/bar and ask for a kahlua and cream. They come back with this little glass filled with ice first, then 4/5 of the way with milk and then a skimpy shot of kahlua. Last time I was out with friends at christmas time I ordered one and was shocked at what $8.00 got me. If I make one at home I use a tall ice tea glass filled with ice, with 3/4 of the way with kahlua and then the rest milk.
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I except your dare!

I'm not really a drinker, but I absolutely love straight kahlua. I hate it when your at a restaurant/bar and ask for a kahlua and cream. They come back with this little glass filled with ice first, then 4/5 of the way with milk and then a skimpy shot of kahlua. Last time I was out with friends at christmas time I ordered one and was shocked at what $8.00 got me. If I make one at home I use a tall ice tea glass filled with ice, with 3/4 of the way with kahlua and then the rest milk.
Well you 've got a partner in crime, I love the stuff.My favorite drink.
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many, many moons ago black russians were something i drank a lot of. fav. though was irish mist in a brandy snifter. i was a serious drinker coming off an awful divorce.
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many, many moons ago black russians were something i drank a lot of. fav. though was irish mist in a brandy snifter. i was a serious drinker coming off an awful divorce.
I don't blame you. There are times we all need some thing to sooth the soul.
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