Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Pumpkin Pie Cake- One of the most asked for recipes ! 11-13-2013

Hello Everyone, welcome back today on Garden The Easy Way! This is Ken and Marilou and we have a real treat today for you all.

Today we have a very delicious dessert recipe to share with you, that would be great for the holidays or anytime of the year.

We got this recipes from one of our facebook friends. We welcome you all to join us on our facebook, just do a search for Ken Elliott of Rogersville Mo. and we will accept your friend request.

# 1. Pumpkin Pie Cake- One of the most asked for recipes !


1 (18 oz) can pumpkin (not pie filling)
1 box yellow cake mix (2 layer size)
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup melted butter
1 (13 oz) can evaporated milk (not sweetened condensed)
3/4 cups chopped pecans or walnuts
3 eggs
3 teaspoon cinnamon

Beat eggs and milk together; add pumpkin, sugar and cinnamon. Mix until well blended. Pour into a 9 x 13 greased pan. Sprinkle dry cake mix over mixture. Drizzle with melted butter. Sprinkle with chopped nuts. Bake at 350 degrees for 50-60 min or until done. Serve (warm or cold) with topping or whipped cream.


Thank you for checking in today on Garden The Easy Way, we have 3 more delicious dessert recipes that we want to share with you before Thanksgiving.  

Thank you all for being our friends and be sure to check out the rest of our Garden The Easy Way blog, lots of pictures and lots of great recipes, also how to make your own garden and how you too can enjoy fresh garden vegetables. 

Until next time, take care and we hope to see you all back here on Garden The Easy Way. 

Your Friends Always,
Ken & Marilou

Monday, July 22, 2013

Elliott's Summer Garden July 22 2013

               Hello everyone this is Ken & Marilou with you here today on our garden blog, Garden The Easy Way, we have a new update to share with you today, some pictures and information about growing your garden in hot summer weather.

               To see a lot of garden pictures, we invite you to join our facebook page, just do search for Ken Elliott at Rogersville Missouri, and thank you for joining us and please share us with all of your friends on facebook.

               Nothing taste as good fresh garden vegetables, yesterday my wife Marilou picked some green beans out of our garden and she cooked them for suffer, and they were so delicious, we also had some fresh garden cucumbers and cherry tomatoes. I told my wife Marilou we couldn't had a better supper  if we would of went to a big city restaurant, Marilou put  ground pork meat in a green beans stir fry.

              Also I would like to add one other thing about garden vegetables, not only are they so delicious but they are very healthy for you, we all should be eating our vegetables for our health, fresher vegetables are better vegetables, another good reason to raise your own garden, let us help you make and plant and grow your vegetables here on Garden The Easy Way, all the information you will need is right here on Garden The Easy Way, and also we have lots of pictures from start to harvest.

              OK now for your tip in how to grow your garden in hot summer heat, first of all I would like to say, I've been gardening for over 45 years, and don't do like a lot of gardening books tell you to do, Do Not water your garden in the morning on a hot ,the hot summer sun can burn your leaves on your plants and in time it will kill your plants, it is always better to water all your garden 1 hour after sun down to be safe. Also when it's really hot 95 to 100 plus it is always good ideal to make a afternoon shade for your garden, don't worry it sound like a lot of work but it is quick and easy to do, we will show you how in our garden blog.

               Morning sunshine is so important to any garden, but after 2 o clock your garden has had enough sun, and your garden starts to stress out, the leaves on the plants will start wilting and lay down, specially when it gets really hot like I said 95 to 100 plus is a garden killer, we build a frame out of light wood, and plastic tarps to block the sun, only when it gets extremely hot.

               Well this is Ken & Marilou signing off here for today on Garden The Easy Way, hope to see you all on facebook, and we hope you will join our garden blog too. Until next time happy gardening always !