This month, I’m taking part in the Monday Movie Challenge, hosted by Megan from C’mon Get Crafty, where a bunch of bloggers decide on a particular movie, and then create a DIY, recipe, craft, etc. inspired by that movie. For the month of February, we decided on The Princess Bride. How fun, right? I’m so excited to show you what I came up with for my Fireplace Mantel (and recipe) inspired by The Princess Bride.
This is my Princess Bride inspired mantel, complete with a large ship and flanked by buttercups. If you look closely, you can even see Wesley’s ship on the bottom left corner.
I picked up this old ship last year from a seller on my local buy & sell group for $15. I had no idea where I was going to put it, but I just knew I had to have it. So, for this challenge, I figured it would be perfect to set the stage for my fireplace mantel.
That breastplate and swords plaque on the wall just to the left of the fireplace has always been there, but I thought it prudent to include it in this shot, since swordplay is such a huge part of the movie.
You know that part in the movie, where Fezzik starts rhyming everything just to bug Vizzini? My girls love that part; especially when he says
“Anybody want a peanut?”
So, I was inspired to make a Peanut Butter Pie. This is honestly SO easy, I can’t even stand it. See all the ingredients listed above? Just mix them together and then pour them into a pie crust and freeze. That’s it…. I swear… #easiestrecipeever
Seriously SO easy. That’s my daughter making it in fact.
Once I pulled it out of the freezer, I added some salted peanuts on top.
This pie is now one of favourite recipes since it’s just so easy, and the ingredients are really common. This pie is kind of a cross between a cheesecake, Reese peanut butter cup, and a mousse. It has a sweet and salty flavour and is overall AMAZING!!!!!
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