At a recent baby shower, my niece's mom-in-law brought a family favorite. The recipe she shared most likely comes from a Tupperware party, for reasons you can see. It literally is a quick shake in a gravy making container, using the lid for a measuring cup. Her recipe called for sliced apples sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and she served it with a caramel sauce. Today I'm shaing it with sliced stone fruit, served plain with ice cream.
- 1 egg
- 1 quick shake seal of sugar (3/4 cup)
- 1 quick shake seal of flour
- 1 quick shake seal of milk
- 1 quick shake flip lid seal of oil (1 tsp)
- 2 tsp baking powder
- Grease a pie plate and line with about 2 - 3 cups of sliced peaches, apricots and or nectarines. (canned peaches, drained, are good too)
- In quick shake place egg, sugar, flour, milk and oil. Shake until well mixed.
- Open and add 2 tsp baking powder. Shake mixture about ten times and then pour over fruit. (It is important to just add the baking powder at the end like this. The first time I made this I added it with the flour in the beginning and the seal exploded with the shaking.)
- Bake at 350 F for 30 - 40 minutes until nicely browned and crisp on top.
- Serve warm, with ice cream. I flip it upside down to serve. Makes 4 generous servings.
I have the old style (2 cup meas) shaker with the large top lid to measure with. If you have a new one with a flatter kind of lid, use a regular measuring cup.