Cherry on Top


 

11-27-2014 Cherry on Top - Tabletop

I reveled in a wonderfully delicious Thankgiving feast, reflecting on all that I’ve been blessed to receive and give in 2014 as I spent 2 days preparing a meal of gratitude.  A meal that lingers well beyond one sitting.  I get just as much pleasure from the post-feast mini-meals and dessert sample plates as I do the main supper.

11-27-2014 Cherry on Top - Cherry L'Amour Cream Pie

Lustrous thoughts of gratitude swarmed my mind while licking the cream from a heart shaped spoonful of Cherry L’Amour Cream Pie.  I am especially thankful for the 6 simple cherry picked ingredients that make up the recipe for this taste of lust.  The sweetened condensed milk mixed with cream cheese, vanilla, a squeeze of fresh lemon juice, graham cracker crust and red filling amuse my appetite.  The fleshy drupe wild cherry evokes images of a sensual delight.  The dangling berries have testi similarities and are laden with sexual inspiration as they stimulate the production of attention-grabbing pheromones.  Just the thought that I become more attractive with each bite of this pie is satisfying enough. This dessert is the cherry on top of any meal.  Add it to the menu of your next seduction supper.

Sensuously yours,

Honey L’Amour

Cherry L'Amour Pie - Slice

RECIPE

 Cherry L’Amour Cream Pie

The simplest things in life are sometimes the best.  This is one of those things, it is a 6 ingredient KISS (Keep It Simple Sexy) recipe.  Makes 1 pie.

  •  1 8 ounce package cream cheese, softened
  • 1 4 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla bean paste (Nielsen-Massey)
  • 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
  • 1 21 ounce can cherry topping
  • 1 prepared graham cracker pie

In a medium mixing bowl whip the cream cheese, condensed milk, vanilla bean paste, and lemon juice until smooth.  Pour the mixture into the graham cracker pie crust, cover and freeze for an hour.  Remove pie from the freeze and top with cherry filling.  Slice and serve.

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