Saturday, April 3, 2010


Welcome to Pink Saturday in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness!

My bunny friend invites you to visit others who celebrate this day designed by Beverly at 

I am inviting you into my kitchen to enjoy some lovely Pink Lady Pie!  I was given this recipe many years ago (1980's) by Wilma Pfadenhauer who lived in Burlington, Iowa and had large rhubarb plants in her yard.  In Iowa a house isn't complete
without rhubarb.  I planted one plant here in Colorado last year and see it is coming up this spring!

This pie is easy to make for your family. For the crust you will need: 1 1/2 cups sifted flour, 1 tsp salt, 1 1/2 Tb Sugar, 1/2 cup oil and 2- 3 Tb milk. Mix this all in a bowl and make a nice dough which you can roll out on the cheesecloth.  I found flipping the cheesecloth over the pieplate worked.  Bake this shell at 350 degrees for about 15-20 minutes and sit aside to cool.

For the filling you will need:  2 cups of diced rhubarb, 2 cups of fresh strawberries cut in half, 1 3 oz pkg of strawberry jello, 1 cup sugar, 1 Tb lemon jice, and 2 cups of whipped cream.  The 2 cups of whipped cream can be created by whipping together 1 1/4 cups whipping cream and 1/4 cup of confectioners sugar.

Cook the rhubarb in and saucepan with the strawberries and sugar until tender.  Add the jello and stir until dissolved.  Let cool and add the lemone juice and fold in the whipped cream. Pour into the cooled pie shell and refrigerate.

When the pie is congealed - embellish with whipped cream using the same process of whipping 1 1/4 cups whipping cream to1/4 cup of confectioners sugar.
Today I am linking to another Pink Saturday Blogger: Diana at


ItaJeff said...

Wonderful post.
Happy Easter & Pink Saturday. I'm having a giveaway,please feel free to come over & join in.
Have a great weekend

Donna and Miss Spenser said...

Yummy recipe...lovely handmade items too! You never cease to put a smile on my face...your pictures are always so beautiful and speak to my heart! Have a blessed Easter!
Donna (IA)

Unknown said...

Your bunny is so cute and the pie look delicious!!!

Happy Easter!!


Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Bernideen! Oh, your pie looks scrumptious; love rhubarb and strawberries! Thank you for sharing. Wishing you and your family a Happy Easter.


Linda Jennings said...

Oh, how creative! A pink pie for Pink Saturday!

Light and Voices said... a piece of that pie for me. It looks delicious. Happy Holiday!
Joyce M

LV said...

I would love to join you for a big slice of that pie. You have a nice blog.

kimberly shaw said...

Your pie looks amazing!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Happy PS and a very Happy Easter, too!

Maggie said...

Everything looks just wonderful! What a scrumptious pie- yummy!

And thanks for commenting on my "food for thought" post last week! It's been a long week- so sorry to take so long to come here!

Have a happy Easter!

Johanna Gehrlein said...

Thank you for sharing this nice recipe, I will try it when the rhubarb in Germany is grown enough.

CC said...

Oh my gosh!!!! Rhubarb pie is my husbands very favorite pie and I know how he would love this. Your table all set for Easter dinner is just lovely..everything is beautiful and perfect. Happy Pinks Saturday, have a wonderful weekend..and a lovely Easter.

Cathy said...


That pie looks wonderful. I have been eating so many strawberries lately I think I'm going to turn into one.

Happy Pink Saturday! Hope you and yours have a wonderful Easter weekend.

xo Cathy

Mary Beth @ Live. Laugh. Make Something said...

so pretty and cheerful! I forgot to sign up ahead of time for the pink party, so I'm leaving my pink link and hoping that you'll drop by soon. Have a fun weekend! until later...

Charlotte said...

Happy Easter & Pink Saturday! Forget the pie, I love the teapots, teacups and doilies!

Prim Rose Hill ©2008-2020 said...

I have never eaten rhubarb...but this pie looks so yummy!