Butterscotch Pie

We had our second failure today, and guess what? It was a mix again. We seem to be instant mix poison.

You may be able to tell it wasn’t supposed to turn out like this….

We used Jell-O Butterscotch Pudding (and real milk this time around)! For the crumb base, we recycled our cheesecake digestive base.

Now we’re not sure where exactly we went wrong but when Sophia demoulded the pudding, it completely fell apart! It definitely wasn’t Sophia though, because between the both of us, she’s the demoulding expert. Girl can demould just about anything from the jelly mould while keeping it intact. Me, not so much!

Anyway, being seasoned jelly mould failures by now, we took it in our stride and began planning for tomorrow instead. We’re gonna go wild tomorrow!

On a really exciting note: the 10 international bloggers who are taking part in the 30 day challenge will be updating their blogs in two days!! Go check out the Royal Selangor website to see the bloggers taking part. Who knows, you might see some familiar faces on the food blogging circuit! We can’t wait to see what they’re going to cook up!

Love,

Rachel and Sophia

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3 responses to “Butterscotch Pie

  1. Trust me, Ive had a few failures during the challenge…. but they still tasted good right? 🙂

  2. YES HAHA we still ate it! We’ve put on so much weight during this challenge!!

  3. Stephanie

    Hi! where did you by your Jell-O pudding mix? I tried looking at cold storage(klcc) and Mercato(pavilion) but I couldn’t find it. 😦

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