Carol Sweeney has worked for Corky’s since she was 16. This recipe is her rendition of Corky’s famously decadent fudge pie, first created by Linda Pelts, the wife of Corky’s founder Don Pelts. Of special note: this the pie makes it own crust!
We believe that all savory things taste better with bacon and that everything sweet is better with Momo’s Fudge Sauce. Therefore, we begin this sweet section with this key recipe, passed down to Linda Pelts from her mother-in-law. “Don’s mom, Momo, was the ultimate matriarch of the family, the Queen of the Pelts Clan,” says Linda. “She held court every Friday with a family dinner at her house. She and her dinners were well-loved, but what the family loved most was getting to eat her weekly batch of homemade hot fudge, poured over Klinke Brothers vanilla ice cream, made just down the road off I-240.”
Blackberry and peach cobblers are staples in the South. This quick and easy cobbler is just as tasty with blueberries or raspberries if you so choose.
A dessert made with Mountain Dew? Yes, indeed! It’s super-easy and always a crowd pleaser. Try it on your brunch buffet, as well as for dessert.