This Speedy Microwave Chocolate Cream Pie with a Graham Cracker Crust is appropriate for any celebration or just because. Using the microwave makes a quick filling with no chance of scorching.
Do you love to use your microwave oven to save time? I hope so. It’s not just for leftovers.
Back in the eighties, I used to teach microwave cooking schools. Consequently, I have tried cooking nearly every kind of food in it. Of course, not all of it was wonderful. But certain things like pastry cream for cream pies are fabulous cooked in a microwave.
Check out the posts below for some ideas you may not have thought of before.
See how to make Microwave Banana Pudding from Scratch. It’s easier and tastes great! No more scorching, lumps, or standing over a hot stove.
Learn how to toast pecans in the microwave along with other types of nuts, seeds (like sunflower and pumpkin seed), raw old-fashioned oatmeal, and coconut. You’ll be amazed at how fast and easy it is.
You won’t believe how fast these Microwave Brownies go together and how quick they bake in a microwave.
Quick, single-serving cinnamon-spiced apples are cooked in a zippered bag or a bowl. Pour over pita chips, oatmeal or ice cream. Only takes 5 minutes from beginning to end.
Learn how to make a silky smooth cream-pie filling in a microwave as good or better than making it on top of the stove. No worries about scorching, tempering eggs, lumps, etc. Try it out for yourself with a scrumptious banana cream pie or a coconut cream pie.
Make these sweet and shiny candied nuts in a microwave in about 5 minutes with only two ingredients. Great for parties, snacks, and salads. #candiednuts, #pecans, #caramelizednuts #microwave
Find out how to make your mashed cauliflower more tempting and delicious using a microwave and an uncovered bowl.
A strawberry-balsamic reduction made quickly and easily in the microwave in 6 minutes.
Use your microwave to brown butter without all the watching and waiting. Then use it in this tasty brown butter frosting for cookies, scones and cakes.