Festive Breakfast Recipe Ideas for Christmas Morning

Christmas morning is a special time for families. For parents, it also marks the end of an exhausting holiday season. Making breakfast on Christmas morning might feel like one of the last chores to check off on a long list of holiday tasks, but it really doesn’t have to be. All you need is a few inspiring recipe ideas to get you in the mood to cook in the early hours of Christmas, and a few recipe ideas to prep your meal the night before.


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Must-Have Christmas Coffee

If you’re a parent with young kids, you know that Christmas Eve can be a late night and Christmas Day can start pretty early. Get the supplies you need for your morning coffee set out the night before so you can brew a delicious cup that gets you in the Christmas spirit. Of course, as we all know, that Christmas spirit requires generous portions of whipped cream and cinnamon to top off your favorite blend. Or, if you’re really up to try something new, go the extra mile with this tempting homemade peppermint mocha recipe at Pinch of Yum.

Eggnog French Toast Recipe

We know waking up on Christmas morning can be difficult. Even though you’ve put in plenty of hours trying to make Christmas perfect for your family, there’s still some work to do on Christmas morning. Thankfully, it’s possible to make breakfast less of a chore by prepping meals the night before. French toast is a great recipe to make ahead and throw in the fridge to speed up the process–which will come in handy when the kids are anxious to open gifts or you’re not in the mood to crack eggs. Add a special ingredient in this eggnog recipe.

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Christmas Tree Pancakes

Pancakes are one of the easiest and most desirable dishes to make on Christmas morning. Like the French toast, you can get the batter ready the night before. Pancakes are very easy to cut and shape into Christmas shapes that are perfect for your morning breakfast. It’s just a matter of cutting them up, stacking them up and adding the right toppings to decorate. Interested? Check out this recipe for Christmas tree pancake stacks.

Brushed Maple Bacon Strips

The best gift on Christmas morning isn’t always waiting under the tree. Sometimes it’s sizzling in the kitchen brushed with maple syrup and sprinkled with salt and pepper. Don’t overthink it. The holidays are still in full swing and New Year’s resolutions are for next week. Indulge with this amazing maple-pepper bacon recipe.

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Sausage Breakfast Casserole

Making the batter for French toast or pancakes will save you some time on Christmas morning, but it leaves a few cooking steps on the table. If you’re looking for a meal you can completely prepare the night before so you can throw it in the oven early in the morning, get out your baker or casserole dish. Great for big families, full hearty recipes like this sausage breakfast casserole are crowd-pleasers that will fill stomachs and bring smiles to everyone sitting around the table. It’s a great recipe to recreate for kids during their holiday break.

Holiday Recipe Ideas for National Chocolate Day

It’s pretty easy to find an excuse to enjoy our favorite chocolate treat. How easy? Well, National Chocolate Day is on Friday, October 28th. That easy. There’s no better time to try out a new chocolate recipe. Leave the Halloween candy to the kids and bake one of these amazing chocolate recipes for yourself right now.

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Charming Chocolate Fudge
You know it’s holiday season when you start craving chocolate fudge. While there’s really no reason why a delicious creation like fudge has to be held ransom by a specific part of the calendar, the holidays are close enough. This chocolate fudge recipe simplifies the process and provides helpful additional tips for cleanup.


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Rich Chocolate Cookies
The chocolate chip cookie is king. The sugar cookies sneak onto the throne during the holidays. Something as simple as the chocolate cookie is often overlooked, but with the right recipe, like this one from The Food Network, you’ll never leave them off the holiday menu. Get cooking with these LTD kitchen cookie helpers.

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Simple Chocolate Brownies
Ahh, the brownie. Another simple recipe everyone seems to have lying around. It’s probably hard to think of anything you’d want to do to your brownie recipe to make it better. Whether you’re looking to spruce up your brownies for the holidays or just feel like baking with the kids, these brownie ideas are destined to please.


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Easy Chocolate Pudding
If you’ve been taking your chances with store-bought chocolate pudding kits, you might be missing out on a delicious addition to your monthly dessert menu. Putting a homemade spin on your chocolate pudding isn’t just fun to taste-test the difference. Impress holiday guests with this great recipe from The Pioneer Woman.

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National Cookie Day: Outrageous Cookie Recipes

cookies-cookie cupsDecember 4 is National Cookie Day. With all of the cookies we eat at holiday parties and the cookie exchanges we raid at this time of year, it makes sense to honor these handheld confections. But at this time of year, people love to go over-the-top with their cookies. They do, after all, have to compete with the cuteness of gingerbread houses. So we searched high and low for exceptional cookie recipes to pass on to you. So, for National Cookie Day, here are 5 outrageous cookie recipes for you to try.

Cookie Cups These darling little things look like they came from an elf’s kitchen! Though it’s not too hard to make tiny tarts — including cookies in the shape of tiny mugs filled with hot chocolate — there’s something about shrinking everyday items into Tom Thumb size. The baking part isn’t hard, but assembling the The Gunny Sack’s hot chocolate cookie cups might be the kitchen challenge you’re looking for. cookies-pine-cones

Doesn’t Fall Far from the Tree You don’t have to call this a cookie if you don’t want to, but it is a sweet snack worthy of your holiday party table. You have to admit, at first glance, they do look like real pine cones dusted with snow! This one comes from the kitchen of Handmade Charlotte. Spoiler alert: her secret ingredient is cereal!cookies-holiday-presentsHandle with Care Have you ever come across a cookie that’s just too cute to eat? I promise you that if you serve these, no one will want to eat them because they’re just that adorable! Family Fresh Meals came up with this one. Even though they’re cute, they’re easy enough for kids to make, and, with tiny presents to fill, you won’t have any trouble recruiting your kids to help you with them!cookies-powder-puff

Surprise! What’s better than a cookie covered in powdered sugar? A cookie covered in powdered sugar and filled with chocolate! Averie Cooks created them as an homage to her mother and grandmother’s Russian tea cakes they made every Christmas. She wanted to make her special memory a little more special and this is what she came up with!cookies-swirl

Candy Factory This cookie doesn’t look like it left any room for flour and butter — it looks like it came straight from the candy factory! Though this magical looking treat is photo-worthy, Salt Tree’s instructions are pretty easy to follow — with a good rolling pin and plastic wrap, you, too can bring this to your next holiday get together!

LTD Commodities has dozens of products to help you make your holiday cookies memorable this year! From baking sheets to spatulas, we have you covered for all your baking ambitions this season.

 

Autumn Recipe Roundup: Fall Soup Recipes to Try This Week


broccoli-cheese-soupAs the temperatures start to drop, we’re looking for all sorts of ways to warm up! While
hats and scarves take care of the outside, we need something on the inside to protect us from the shivers. We have hot meals on our minds for the frigid months ahead and soup is our top priority so we put together a list of fall soup recipes to try this week.

Broccoli Cheer Got little ones in the house who don’t like to eat their veggies? Here’s a quick fix! Sugar Apron came up with the perfect mask for one of our most feared veggies: cheese soup. Imagine broccoli florets wrapped in creamy, cheesey, buttery goodness! Even the pickiest eaters can’t say no to broccoli doused in cheese.

baked-potato-soupPainless Potatoes Ok, stop by Mama Loves Food for the recipes and stay for the writing. Her recipe for Slow Cooker Baked Potato Soup is super easy — I dare you to mess it up! — but her quirky answers to the FAQs will make you smile before you dice your first potato.buffalo-chicken-soup


Liquid Bar Food 
With all of the football games you’re watching now, we know you’re eating plenty of Buffalo wings. But for those who crave the flavor of The City of Good Neighbors when the game is not on, you can try it out as soup! Doughmesstic brings us this version of our favorite bar food. It takes next to no effort to make this — the hardest thing you have to do is blend! And if you’re watching your weight, you might like to know is that it’s low-carb. lasagna-soup

Leisurely Lasagna Another one of our favorite foods can be reduced to a soup: lasagna! Who knew? Cooking Classy knew — she’s the one who came up with this one. It takes all of the layering and effort out of lasagna but leaves all the flavor. This is a crowd-pleaser — check it out; you won’t be disappointed.

chicken-tortilla-soupTortilla Temptations If you’ve never had tortilla soup, you’re missing out. This is a must-make soup. But don’t expect a taste of Mexico; just expect amazing. Baked By Rachel put this slow cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe together. Whipping this one up takes little more than chopping a few onions and peppers and tossing all of the ingredients into a slow cooker. It really doesn’t get easier than that, and it definitely doesn’t get tastier, either!

At LTD Commodities, we strive to make every season the best season. Whether you need soup recipe ideas for a warm meal or you’re looking holiday gifts for the whole family, look to LTD for great ideas and better products.

September: Favorite Fall Apple Recipes

The days are getting shorter and the air is a bit cooler as we bid farewell to summer. But the changing season isn’t all bad. Fall brings Halloween, pumpkins, spice, and, of course, apples. Right now is when the apple harvest really starts to pick up and the fruit tastes its best. At LTD we love to take advantage of each season’s bounty — and this season, we’re focusing on what we can make with apples. Here are a few of our favorite fall apple recipes that are making our tummies grumble right now.picky-palate

Biscuit Bites What’s better than a caramel apple? A caramel apple wrapped in dough and drizzled with icing. That’s what you can expect from Picky Palate’s Salted Caramel Apple Pie Biscuit Bites. It’s somewhere between monkey bread and bread pudding with little bits of apple to break up the richness of this full-flavor, full-calorie dessert.yammies-noshery

Apples & Coffee What’s the best way to warm up your kitchen on a fall morning? Bake a Cream Cheese Apple Coffee Cake. This decadent dish comes from Yammie’s Noshery. It’s a beautifully swirled combination of all things bad for you — butter, sugar, cream cheese — with a few good things folded in — apples and cinnamon. Of course, there is no coffee in the recipe, but it does pair nicely with a big cup of joe for an autumn morning.amy-bakes-healthy

Apple Snacks Send your kids off to school with sweet treat was never as easy as sticking an Apple Pie Oatmeal Cookie in their lunch tote. Amy’s Healthy Baking put this recipe together to extract all the fun and flavor from the apples and ingredients without all the extra fat and calories we don’t need for our daily desserts — which makes it a perfect dessert for kids’ lunches.jo-cooks

Pie or cake? Cake or pie? Jo Cooks has the answer to your dilemma: Apple Pie Cake. It’s a pretty straightforward recipe using a box of cake mix, stirring in apple pie filling and topping with with streusel. It’s something akin to coffee cake with a dash of seasonal deliciousness and a sprinkle of fall spice.cranberry-apple-fritters

Sweet & Tart Of course we had to include our own recipe — it’s a fall and holiday favorite at LTD: Cranberry Apple Fritters. They’re tart and sweet and fairly easy to make if you don’t mind boiling a pot of oil! This is a small-batch recipe (makes six fritters to eat with both hands) but it easily doubles or triples depending on how many people you want to bless with your baking.

We love to celebrate every season in the kitchen at LTD Commodities! Whether you need ideas for baking bushels of apples from your day at the orchard or you need new gadgets to make your Thanksgiving feast unforgettable, look to LTD for inspiring ideas and practical products.

5 Salads to Try for National Salad Month

May is National Salad Month — with all of our gardens starting to supply our fruits and vegetables and Memorial Day barbecues to plan, it couldn’t come at a better time! We have a few favorites to serve at home to the family or put together for a spectacular cookout. Here are 5 salads to try for National Salad Month.corn salad

Summer Corn Salad Everyone loves corn in the summer, so we had to include a favorite corn salad. Aside from the corn, avocados and tomatoes, this one includes ingredients you probably already have in your pantry: dried basil, dried parsley and Dijon vinaigrette (which you can whip up yourself or buy ready-made). Check out Everyday Mom’s Meals for the instructions.

quinoa-saladSouthwestern Quinoa Salad Quinoa is all the rage these days — it makes sense because it’s a supergrain. It’s not quite like rice, but it’s a good substitute considering all of the health benefits: high in protein, iron, potassium and fiber. Not only is it healthy, it’s also tasty making it a great addition to your summer salads. Our favorite is the Southwestern Quinoa Salad from Kalyn’s Kitchen. Black beans, bell peppers and a light citrus dressing makes a satisfying salad you can serve as a side to your grilled kabab or as a cool meal to take with you to work.

orzo-saladMediterranean Orzo Salad Orzo is a fun addition to salad — particularly if you have young, picky eaters in your family! This salad from Iowa Girl Eats is a simple one, but it’s simply delicious! Cherry tomatoes and parsley brightens the flavors while capers and olives give it a bit of saltiness — to balance it all out, the dressing has a little bit of honey for sweetness. If you want to add a little more freshness, seed and dice a cucumber or green pepper to throw in. Anyway you mix it up, you’re going to love it.

bbq-chicken-saladBBQ Ranch Chopped Chicken Salad Of course we have to include a salad that’s not just a side, but a whole meal! This one comes from Chew Out Loud — and this lady should be proud because this salad is amazing! Barbecue sauce, ranch dressing, cheese? In a salad? Yes, please! As long as you have your grill ready, good romaine lettuce and the right beans and corn, you can add something sensational to your summer menu.

Ramen-SaladCrunchy Asian Ramen Noodle Salad We’re always on a culinary adventure here at LTD, so we have to include a salad outside our comfort food zone. Under that category you’ll find the Crunchy Asian Ramen Noodle Salad from Gimme Some Oven. This isn’t quite like how you ate ramen in college — but it’s as easy to make! All you need is a coleslaw mix, toasted sesame seeds, almonds and ramen, a few extra vegetables to make it green, toss it with dressing and you have a potluck salad everyone will envy.

Now that it’s salad season we can start getting excited about all the fun summer activities we’ve been waiting for since the first snowfall. Check back with LTD for more ideas to make this summer memorable.  

 

 

 

Mother’s Day Brunch: Cinnamon Rolls

cinnamon-rollsMother’s Day is heading our way and it’s time to start planning how to honor our mothers for the day. Brunch is an American tradition for the holiday, but this year, instead of making reservations for crowded breakfast restaurants, we’re thinking about making our best brunch at home. A brunch favorite for LTD is the cinnamon roll and we have a great recipe to share with you.

This is a fairly standard recipe for cinnamon rolls, but it will make your Mother’s Day spectacular. It might seem difficult because it involves yeast, but it’s worth the effort you put into it and once you try the finished product you will be pleased with yourself that you did it — and so will your mom!cinnamon-rolls

For the Rolls:

  • 1/2 cup whole milk (warmed — about 20 seconds in the microwave is good)
  • 2 TB granulated sugar
  • 1 1/2 tsp active dry yeast
  • 1 1/3 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon cardamom
  • 2 TB unsalted butter, melted, plus ½ TB to coat the dough as it rises
  • 1 large egg yolk
  • 3/4 teaspoons vanilla extractcinnamon-rolls

For the cinnamon spread:

  • 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1.5 tablespoons ground cinnamon

For the Icing:

  • cinnamon-rolls1 1/2 cups confectioners’ sugar
  • 3 TB milk
  • 1 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract

 

Directions:

In a bowl fitted to a stand mixer, add the granulated sugar and milk. Sprinkle the yeast on top of the milk and let it stand for five minutes. Add the flour, salt and cardamom and mix on medium-low speed using the hook attachment for five minutes. Whisk together the vanilla, egg yolk and 2 TB melted butter (it shouldn’t be hot — you don’t want to scramble the yolk). Add the egg mixture to the flour mixture and continued mixing until everything is well-combined.cinnamon-rolls

The dough should be sticky. Remove the dough from the bowl to gently work it on a lightly floured surface to make a ball. Place the remaining melted butter in a medium bowl. Add the dough and roll it in the butter to coat it. Cover the bowl in plastic and let it rise for one hour.cinnamon-rolls

On a lightly floured surface, roll out the dough into a rectangle. Brush the 3 TB of melted butter over the entire rectangle. Sprinkle the cinnamon and sugar over the butter. Roll the dough up so you have a long cylinder.

cinnamon-rollsSlice off pieces (the rolls) about one inch thick. You should get about 12. Brush a 9” cake pan with butter and place the pieces of dough in the pan. There will be space between each of the rolls. Let the rolls rise for another 30 minutes.

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Pre-heat oven to 325℉.

Bake the rolls for about 25 minutes or until the tops of the rolls are a golden brown. Whisk together the confectioner’s sugar, vanilla, milk and butter to make the icing.cinnamon-rolls

Pour the icing over the rolls while they’re still warm. Serve and enjoy.

This recipe can be prepared ahead of time and then baked when you’re ready. When the dough is sliced and placed in the pan, cover it and refrigerate it overnight. Remove the pan from the refrigerator about 30 minutes before baking to bring it up to room temperature.

LTD Commodities has ideas and products to make all your holidays special! If you’re looking for Ideas for a Mother’s Day brunch or gadgets for your Memorial Day cookout, we have what you need to make any day memorable.

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Clever Easter Treats

We have less than two weeks to plan for Easter — the first big holiday of spring! We know we’ll be eating ham, potatoes and plenty of hard boiled eggs (which we will certainly make into deviled eggs!), but we’re looking for treats for the kids that we can make with them and share on Easter morning while they hunt for their baskets. But Easter treats have to be cute so we’re sharing some of our favorite, clever Easter treats.Bunny-bait

Bunny Bait Simply Kierste put together Bunny Bait — it’s a simple mix reminiscent of Chex Mix only made for bunnies and kids. It’s super easy and fun to hand out — and don’t worry, it’s not packed with sugar! Pretzels and peanuts balance out the candy and marshmallows.

birds-nestBirds’ Nests The Curvy Carrot has another no-bake treat that is about the cutest Easter confection we’ve found — birds’ nests! Melt some chocolate to toss with pretzels and these little guys practically form nests themselves! It’s a memorable treat to please adults and children alike.

pretzel-chicksEaster Pretzel Chick Treats Pretzels seem to be the snack prop of choice when it comes to Easter treats! Cincy Shopper turned her pretzels into little chicks! Putting these together doesn’t require turning on the oven and they’re a great little craft to keep the kids busy on a Saturday afternoon.

Nutter-Butter-ChicksNutter Butter Chicks Sweet Simple Stuff somehow made Nutter Butters even tastier! Making these chicks is a little bit more involved, but these don’t require baking either, so the kids can help make these fun snacks.

baby-bel-bunniesBabybel Bunny Snacks There aren’t too many tasty savory snacks for Easter, but Blessed Beyond Crazy came up with something to take the edge off that sugar high on Easter morning! Babybel bunnies are the perfect break from all the sweets the kids plow through on Easter. They don’t require much prep work and it’s a fun snack for kids to try to assemble themselves.

Whether you’re planning Easter dinner or a Memorial Day barbecue, we love  any and all holidays at LTD! We have ideas, decor and products to make every holiday delightful! Keep checking back for a little inspiration for every season.

 

Last Minute St. Patrick’s Day Treats

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day! If you don’t have everything together, don’t worry — there are shortcuts for everything, even a St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Since we like to keep things simple at LTD, easy St. Patrick’s Day treats is what we’re working on today. Here are 5 Last Minute St. Patrick’s Day Treats to try.

Rice-krispy-shamrockShamrock Rice Krispy Treats I Heart Naptime won us over with these Shamrock Rice Krispy Treats! It doesn’t get much easier than melting butter and marshmallows to mix with green food coloring. If you’re doing this last minute, the hardest part about it might be finding a shamrock-shaped cookie cutter.

green-velvet-cupcakesGreen Velvet Cupcakes If you made red velvet cupcakes for Valentine’s Day, making green velvet cupcakes for St. Patrick’s Day should be a snap! Christi at Love From the Oven takes you through the cupcakes, step-by-step. The only obstacle you might encounter is deciding if you want to make a cake, cupcakes or mini-cupcakes!

Shamrock-cupcakeShamrock Cupcakes How cute are these shamrock cupcakes? Leigh is behind Easy Cake Decorating — and she certainly makes these cupcakes look easy AND adorable. Apparently, all it takes to make these sweet treats is a bag of marbles!  And, of course, you need a steady hand, but they’ll impress anyone as long as they taste as great as they look.

leprechaun-barkLeprechaun Bark Paint Chips & Frosting really knows how to keep St. Patrick’s Day simple, delicious and clever! All you have to do is melt chocolate — it practically makes itself. The only thing hard about making leprechaun bark is waiting for it to cool before breaking off a piece to eat!

Mint-crinkle-cookiesMint Crinkle Cookies Jen’s Favorite Cookies for March is the mint crinkle — and boy are they easy! They don’t require any decorating to be cute — with just 6 ingredients and 20 minutes, you’ll be ready for St. Patrick’s Day with your new favorite green treats!

We have ideas and products for every holiday at LTD! Check back for Easter and Mother’s Day for more great items and inspiration to plan for your holiday.

Dessert for Any Holiday: Key Lime Pie

Key-Lime-PieSaturday is March 14 — to math nerds, this is known as Pi Day (as in 3.14 — the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter). And, as you may know, St. Patrick’s Day is coming up on March 17th. Here at LTD, we wanted to do something to celebrate both holidays (we love holidays here!). What we came up with is also one of our favorite desserts — Key lime pie. Though it’s not pi, it is a perfect circle and it’s not a traditional Irish dessert (surprisingly, there aren’t very many), it’s green-ish. The one thing we can definitely claim is that it’s delicious.

There are many ways to make a key lime pie. Everyone seems to have an idea on how it should be done, so there’s not really a wrong way to make it, but there are a few things it has to include: a graham cracker crust, lime juice, egg yolks, and sweetened condensed milk. As the name suggests, it originated in Key West, Florida and it’s the official dessert of the state of Florida. As the legend has it, Florida’s first millionaire, William Curry, had a cook who created the Key lime pie. Her name was Aunt Sally, but some people believe she adapted it from what fishermen made on their boats. This was in the early 20th century when they didn’t have refrigeration on boats so they relied on canned milk (sweetened condensed milk) and the egg yolks didn’t require cooking (the acid in the lime juice cooks the eggs, but most people don’t feel safe doing that now). And, of course, they’re made with Key limes which are no longer plentiful in Florida — the ones we get at the store are usually grown in Mexico (they are a bit more tart than our regular limes and much, much smaller, but regular limes are a reasonable substitute — plus, they’re easier to work with than Key limes and they’re less expensive).The idea that fishermen made it on board a vessel makes perfect sense — but we’re not here to make sense, we’re here to make Key lime pie!

Key Lime Pie

Crust:

  • 12 graham crackers (one regular packet plus three more)
  • 6 tablespoons melted unsalted butter
  • 1/3 cup sugar

Filling:

  • 4 egg yolks
  • 2 teaspoons lime zest (optional)
  • 1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/4 cup sour cream
  • 2/3 cup Key lime juice (regular lime juice is fine — freshly squeezed is best)

Preheat oven to 350℉.

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To make the crust, crush the graham crackers into a powder. You can do this by pulsing them in a food processor or by putting them in a sealable plastic bag and hammering them with a wooden mallet. Mix the crumbs with the sugar. Add the melted butter and mix it with your hands until you have what looks and feels like wet sand. In a 9” pie plate, press the mixture into the bottom and along the sides. Use a measuring cup to press it tightly and make it dense so it doesn’t crumble. You don’t have to make a lip around the edges — it will fall away when you serve it — but it doesn’t hurt to have it there. Bake for 7 minutes. Set aside and let cool.

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Place the egg yolks and lime zest in a bowl fitted to a stand mixer. Using the whip attachment, mix the ingredients on high until the yolks are creamy — 4 or 5 minutes. Reduce the speed to medium and add the condensed milk and sour cream and continue mixing until everything is well-combined — occasionally scraping down the sides. Reduce the speed to low and slowly add the lime juice. When it’s combined, pour the mixture into the cooled graham cracker crust. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes and the pie is set — the top should be smooth with no cracks. Let cool completely on a wire rack. After about an hour, refrigerate (it’s best served cold). It’s good by itself, but a dollop of whipped cream doesn’t hurt!

 

Alternatively, you can use this recipe for mini Key lime pies — this can be made into two 4” pies or if you want to go tiny, you can use a mini muffin tin (which is great for parties!)

Whether you’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day or honoring Pi Day, LTD Commodities has ideas and products to make your holiday special!

 

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