Monday, March 29, 2010

Blueberry Delight Dessert

Blueberry Delight Dessert & Tea
I made this very special dessert
for a very special lady ~
My Mama

She requested something with blueberries...

In honor of her birthday...February 9
The day the most beautiful Mom
that ever lived was born!

Blueberry Delight Dessert

1st Layer
1 stick butter, melted
1 c flour
1 c pecans, crushed
Mix together and pat into a 9x13" glass pan.
Bake @ 350 for 10 minutes and let cool.
2nd Layer
8 oz. cream cheese, soft
1 c powdered sugar
1 c whipped topping
Beat together cream cheese and sugar until blended well and fluffy - fold in whipped topping.
Spread on cooled crust.
Freeze for 1 hour.
3rd Layer
Blueberry Pie Filling - spread over creamy layer.
4th Layer
Top dessert with whipped topping and additional crushed pecans.
Chill until ready to serve!
I will be linking this post to Tea Time Tuesday - hosted by the lovely Lady Katherine and
Foodie Friday graciously hosted by Gollum. These are two of my favorite sites - please visit their sites - you will be so glad you did!

19 comments:

  1. First I just love the violet cup and saucer! Your blueberry delight looks wonderful! I do a papoose pie that is similar! Maybe I will make one soon! Thank you for joining me for Tea Time Tuesday. I will link you there as I see your not there. I will go back to your emails and email you some more instructions. If you need help linking to Foodie Friday let me know I will be glad to link you there too. Off to send you an Email!

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  2. I love violets and the colour scheme overall!..,Oooh my, I must make that delightful blueberry dessert; thanks so much for sharing the recipe!..,

    Do po by and visit me for afternnon tea as well!

    Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee @ The Plumed Pen

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  3. Just l'il 'ol me again;

    Oopsie!.., I meant to say rather;..,"POP by!..,"

    Cheers

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  4. I linked you up at my blog and at Wanda Lee of The Plumed Pen Tea. I sent you several Emails telling you what to do. Yes, your Foodie Friday link works in your sidebar. Just give me an Email and I link you there this week if You need me too. Your featured on my blog this week.

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  5. Hi, I linked your post over at Rose Colored Glasses for you

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  6. I love your teacup.. violet is so sweet.. and the dessert is even sweeter yumm!..

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  7. Thank you all for your lovely comments! I am so excited to have all of you visit my site - and I am enjoying yours as well. Lady Katherine has been helping me with my links and connecting me with the best people! Thank you Lady Katherine - your kindness is overwhelming! This recipe is truly dreamy - I know you will love it!

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  8. concetta, Your dessert is so pretty and it looks great on the violet patterned china. Beautiful job! Thanks for sharing the recipe too.
    Beth

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  9. Hi Concetta
    That blueberry dessert looks so yummy and goes so perfectly with the cup and saucer with the violets on it. My mouth was watering as I looked at the dessert in your header photo too. I am so glad to meet you and am going to read some of your other posts to.
    Hugs, Rhondi

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  10. Gorgeous post! Beautiful photos..and lovely recipe!! Charming...happy tea time!
    Kiki~

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  11. Wow It looks yummy. I love your purple china.

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  12. Concetta! Your link worked perfectly! I so glad to help you! Your so sweet! Thank you! I love your blog and I know everyone will love it too. Your so welcome! Should you need anymore help just send me an email. I did link you to Rose Colored Glasses too. Not sure if I told by Email.

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  13. That dessert looks devine and I love your little violet tea cup. February 9th is my dear Daddy's birthday. A very special day, indeed!

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  14. looks just fabulous. So pretty with your china.

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  15. Your violet design is so pretty. Now I want to thank you for posting the blueberry recipe...there goes my diet:) Happy Easter.
    Joyce

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  16. I am so happy to read all of your posts...thank you for the kind words...I am laughing as well! I feel like I have just expanded my circle of friends!
    Concetta

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  17. Your violet teacups are stunning and that yummy looking dessert caused me to gain 5lbs. right thru the monitor , giggle.. Thanks for the recipe, I must try that..
    your newest follower
    Sonny

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  18. Sonny - thank you!!!! I am so excited you have joined my site! You made me laugh! The great thing about that dessert is you can exchange anything you like for the blueberries - cherry, strawberry, lemon pudding or even the decadent chocolate version!
    Concetta

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  19. Mush,
    Thanks for the sweet post about my birthday.
    One of my favorite birthdays was,
    June 26, 1966, the first time I held you in my arms and saw the most beatiful dark haired wonder ever.
    Then you grew up and I knew I was right.
    Can't hold you in my arms anymore so you will have to settle for my heart.
    Wally aka The Mother

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