GIVE WHERE YOU LIVE! Today is Colorado Gives Day! Raise money for a nonprofit.
Diapers are not a luxury; they are a necessity. The average infant goes through 10-12 diaper changes in a day, costing $100 or more a month. For a family on a limited income, after bills, there is often not enough left for diapers. Help support families in your community by donating to the diaper drive, and help make difference in the lives of those in need.
Diaper Drive to benefit Colorado Family Life Center.
Thank You to Rated Fresh for being our official sponsor.
Wouldn’t it be nice if back to school supply shopping were easy?
Not only are teachers paying for photocopies, chalk, blackboard markers, posters, and classroom décor but also school supplies which come out of their own pockets.
Having school supplies will help keep kids and teachers focused. With school starting again, Donating will help at-risk youth and underfunded teachers get the school supplies they need to succeed in the school year.
Each year, Celebration Of Children collects schools supplies as part of an annual drive to benefit Excelsior Youth Center. Items needed range from backpacks to pencils and paper. Personal hygiene items are also needed.
This School Supply drive will give you the opportunity to rally others like you to bring much-needed supplies to children and teens.
Consider donating supplies today!
I’ve tried several coconut cream pie recipes and this one I like the most. Very light, not at all heavy. It was easy to make, the toasted coconuts is what gave this pie great flavor. I made this for my mom last month. My dad love it. It did not last 2 days. I will be making this again for Mother’s Day, probably 2 pies.
3 cups half and half • 3/4 cup of sugar • 1/4 tsp. salt • 1 tsp vanilla extract • 1 cup sweetened coconut flakes • 1/2 cup of flour • 2 eggs beaten • 9 inch Pillsbury pie shell
FOLLOW Pillsbury pie shell baking instructions and let cool.
PREHEAT OVEN TO 350 degrees F. Spread coconut on baking sheet, bake 5 minutes until golden brown, stirring occasionally.
In a medium saucepan, combine half and half, eggs, flour, salt and sugar and mix well. Bring mixture to a boil, stir constantly and reduce to low heat. Remove from heat and add 3/4 cup of the toasted coconuts and then add vanilla extract. Stir combining all ingredients. The remaining coconuts will be used to top the pie.
Pour the filling into the pie shell and chill until the pie firms ( 4 hours or overnight ). Top pie with whipped topping or cool whip, use the remaining coconuts to garnish pie.