Friday, March 29, 2019

I Don't Like Peas: Funny Friday

Today’s post is this month’s Funny Friday, a regular feature published on the last Friday of every month. Funny Friday is a collaborative project. Each month one of the participants submits a picture, then we all write 5 captions or thoughts inspired by that month’s picture. Links to the other bloggers’ posts are below, click on them and see what they’ve come up with. I hope we bring a smile to your face as you start your weekend.

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Here's today's picture. It was submitted by Dawn of Cognitive Script.

Funny Friday, a multi blogger picture captioning challenge | Picture submitted by Dawn of Cognitive Script | Featured on | #funny #laugh

1. Son to his dad: Well, I TOLD her I don't like peas.

2. Dad to his son: Quick, lets get home and watch football in peace . . .

3. Woman to herself: Ahhh, finally, a place to rest. No toilets to clean, no laundry to do, no dinner to prepare, I could get used to this.

4. Woman to all who try to pass her: Nobody gets to see the Wizard. Not nobody. Not no how.

5. Boy to his dad: Look daddy, that lady has no legs. Or tummy. Or 
Dad (interrupting while pulling his son away): We'll talk about it at home, honey.
Dad (to himself): Phew, didn't want to hear which body part that kid was name next.

 And now for something yummy: 

Frozen Creamsicle No Bake Pie takes you back to those warm summer days of your childhood. | Recipe developed by | #recipe #dessert

Frozen Creamsicle No Bake Pie
Frozen Creamsicle No Bake Pie takes you back to those warm summer days of your childhood. | Recipe developed by | #recipe #dessert

Click on the links below and let some other bloggers make you smile:
Southern Belle Charm 
Cognitive Script 
The Bergham Chronicles
Bookworm in the Kitchen

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Frozen Creamsicle No Bake Pie

Printable Recipe

1 box (3.4 oz) vanilla instant pudding mix
1 1/2 cups orange juice 
1/4 cup orange marmalade

1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
4 TBSP sugar
5 tsp butter, melted

1 1/2 cups heavy cream
1 TBSP orange juice
1 tsp orange zest 
2 TBSP powdered sugar 

OPT: orange food coloring

*Whisk the vanilla pudding mix with the orange juice and orange marmalade for 2 minutes. Set aside.
*Mix the graham cracker crumbs, sugar and melted butter well. Press into the bottom and up the sides of a 10 inch pie plate.
*Pour about 3/4 of the pudding mix into the pie crust. Refrigerate.
*Beat the heavy cream with the orange juice and the remaining orange zest until soft peaks form. Add the powdered sugar and beat until stiff peaks hold.
*Mix 1 1/2 cups of the whipped cream into the remaining pudding mix. Refrigerate the remaining whipped cream.
*Very carefully, a little at a time, add the whipped cream/pudding mixture onto the pie, then gently spread until even. Try to keep this layer on top of the layer below, not mixed together. Refrigerate for one hour.
*Top with the remaining whipped cream. OPT: you can mix a little orange food coloring to the remaining whipped cream before adding it to the pie.
*Freeze for 3 hours before serving.


  1. That pie looks delicious.

    Oh man. Yeah what body part was next, LOL. True that to the peace and quiet

    1. Yeah, sometimes moms have to be creative about where to find a minute's peace.

  2. This would never get to be a pie in my house. The filling would be eaten right away. I love creamsicles.

  3. Five was my favorite. I thought whoa now where is this going? LOL but you might not be able to see the wizard, can I have a slice of the pie or all the pie? Yes, all the pie sounds perfect.


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