I'm not going to give it all away, but I bet you can guess she caves and gets back on the V. She forgot that she entered the Renard Parish Bake Off in Bon Temps and had mad plans to win the contest with her Mississippi Mud Pie Bars. But she's too high to think straight, so she puts this together.
Pray tell, does she win? C'mon--of course she doesn't. Hollywood writers require that a minimum of one character on a premium cable series be perpetually miserable, and that lucky gal is Debbie. One of the judges was Maxine Fortenberry and she knows her Mississippi Mud Pie. No one ate these, so I grabbed the pan and made a mad dash back to Indiana.
They're not bad, easy to put together, and I bet you have the ingredients on hand right now. Go look for yourself. Are they there? Yep, I thought so.
Debbie is on V Again Dessert Bars
Prepare yourself by not giving a shit. Are you there? Good.
Get an 8x8 pan
- 1 package of Newman O's or Oreos
- 2T canola oil
- 1 c. chocolate chips
- 1/2 c. tofutti better than cream cheez or a vegan heavy cream
- 1/2 t. vanilla
- 4 overripe bananas
Run the cookies through a food processor, mix with the oil and press into the 8x8 pan. Puree the overripe bananas and cr. cheez or vegan heavy cream with the vanilla and pour on top of crust.
Put that in the freezer and freeze. Debbie has no idea how long to do this because she was sidetracked by her jealousy. And the V. Mostly the V.
When you know the bars are frozen, get the chocolate ready and melt it in a double boiler, with your microwave, or with a blow torch--the chocolate should be melted.
Pour mixture over the frozen bars and spread quickly. You're gonna have some science on your hands and it will get hard real quick. (((giggling))) I typed "hard."
Stick back in freezer and pull out about 20 minutes prior to serving. Cut bars with a bowie knife. If the bars look a little desperate, they're perfect! Devour with your friends.