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Thread: I need a recipe for Moose Turd Pie

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    Power Poster miriam's Avatar
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    I need a recipe for Moose Turd Pie

    We are going camping with a bunch of characters. The women have decide to do a contest to see who can make the best Moose Turd Pie - the men get to judge...

    Here is the inspiration: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zb1qsVqjwg - language warning

    I need a better recipe or add on's...

    So far I have one recipe from Hungry Girl. Just mix a box of brownie mix (i used a 13 oz. bag) with 2 cups of pumpkin and bake for 35 minutes @ 350 degrees. Fudge Tip: The cooked batter will remain very thick and may look underdone. This is to be expected!

    Someone suggested calling it Mustard Pie but use meats - it is all in how you pronounce it or where you are from.
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    That guy is soooo funny! Never heard of him before, but now i'm trying to figure out how to send it to my brothers- they will crack up! Sorry I can't help you with a recipe.

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    Did you try Google. ... there's some ideas there

    After doing both and listening to the youtube, here's my thoughts .........
    Skip Hungry Girl ... if you want to win!!!!


    Make a brownie crust. Bake and cool.
    Make a chocolate pudding, and mix it with whipped cream for a fluffy mousse-like filling.
    Stir in a bunch of mini peanut butter cups (or chocolate covered caramel balls or chocolate covered peppermint patties). You could also add some coconut and/or chopped nuts or any other delicacies you think would win the men over to declare your offering THE winner!!!
    Pour into pie shell. Chill.
    Drizzle chocolate and butterscotch over top in a grid like or circular design.
    Edge around the pie crust with whipped cream.



    This sounds like fun ... and the type of things an old group of friends have done over the years!
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    QuiltE, I'm gaining weight just by reading your recipe
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Stir in a bunch of mini peanut butter cups (or chocolate covered caramel balls or chocolate covered peppermint patties).
    I'm thinking mini Baby Ruth bars would be perfect. They just look so ... well ... turdlike.

    Another good one is the Take 5 candy bars. Again ... I'm thinking of the shape. They're "lumpy".
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    DHMom ... yes indeed ... or OH Henry or Sweet Marie bars. So many possibilities!

    Anael ... maybe we'd better whip a few of these up for the RV?
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    I was just looking in my pantry and I found a big old jar of prunes...
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    Oh! Miriam, that is funny.

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    Miriam I had to look at this thread because of the title. Tooo funny. They MUST be a group of characters you camp with!
    In Alaska they sell Turdem Poles... made from moose turds of course. Moose turds are small and oval - unexpected for such a huge animal. You might try making a chocolate meringue pie and decorating the top with a pile of those little chocolate foiled wrapped eggs. (foil off of course)
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    QuiltE you must be the Queen of Oooey Goooey Delicious Mayhem!
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