Raspberry White Chocolate Cream Pie is an easy no bake cream pie made with Driscoll’s raspberries. A recipe from Seduction in the Kitchen.
So this is one of the recipe photos I took with my new camera, it also one the first photos I took with it. I am still learning, but look how much better the photo is! I am very happy with this new camera. Everyday I am learning something new on it. Practice makes perfect right? So I have plans going out to the park this weekend, since I am off, and practicing with it. There is also a Greek festival I hope to attend, and I am taking the camera, yep, practice, practice, practice.
I also updated another recipe on here too, my BLT Salad recipe. What is funny about that recipe, I had stopped using the iPhone to take photos and went with my digital camera instead. Plus I just learned you need to edit photos, I was learning to edit photos, it was with that recipe I started doing that. The original photo was way too far away, I didn’t know angles yet. So it made sense I would reshoot the photo. It still not 100% perfect,a s I said I am leaning this new camera, but it is better than it was:
I am so happy I finally got the new camera. I said that already didn’t I? I always want to better myself. I like learning and advancing myself. The photos are proof of that. It is good to want to evolve. I mean I started this blog to impress a guy with my cooking skills, now I evolved to this is my business, my passion.
It always good to evolve. If we didn’t, life would get boring I think, by pushing yourself you better yourself into succeeding but also creating passions in life. 10 years ago when I first moved to Cleveland, I was a newly married woman, did I know I have this level of success then? No, I didn’t. It was my divorce, coping with getting myself back, then wanting to show that I was not worthless, like my ex said I was, that pushed me to want to evolve, I have. It feels good knowing that.
Anyway, Driscoll’s berries asked me if I could do something with raspberries, talk about pushing yourself, recipe development for a brand is just that, you want to create something that will please both the brand and people alike. So I pushed myself, I wanted to make something very easy, and not a lot of prep work, no bake was the answer, especially something for summer. What I came up with was a pretty, yummy pie that will impress people.
- 1 cup ⁄2 heavy whipping cream
- 1 12 oz bag of white chocolate chips
- 1 cup ⁄2 cream cheese
- 1 cup raspberries
- 1 ) shortbread pie crust
- Bring the heavy whipping cream to boil in large pot over medium heat. Remove from heat and stir in white chocolate until melted and smooth.
- Then stir in the cream cheese and mix until it is smooth and uniform.
- Place the raspberries in a layer on the bottom of the pie crust
- Pour over chocolate mixture covering berries evenly.
- Place the pie in the fridge to set up for about and hour.
- Slice it up and ENJOY!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 510