Jennifer Garner made some delicious blackberry pies with the help of her mother Patricia Ann Garner.
In her latest “Pretend Cooking Show” video Instagram, The actress brought back the outspoken family matriarch to help her make summer-friendly desserts, which was originally created by Ghana’s “bonus mom” Mrs. Lanz.
Ghana wrote in the caption: “My mother said you will let everyone eat this summer’s staple dessert at the dinner,” and added, “Love my bonus mom, Mrs. Lantz.”
Before they start, Ghana According to her mother, telling fans that they will become “the favorite of dinner parties.”
The video shows Ghana taking four cups of blackberries from their container and washing them. Her mother secretly ate one and then spread them on a white baking tray. They added almond extract and a tablespoon of lemon juice.
Once, Ghana jokingly asked Patricia to be more specific about the type of flour used in the recipe, and she replied: “I know she is cheating on me.”
The mother and daughter also talked about banging eggs with one hand. “Do you remember when you taught me to beat eggs with one hand?” Garner asked, and Patricia replied, “I didn’t teach you. You learned it yourself. I still can’t do it.”
Then, when the “Yes Day” star poured melted butter on the plate before the plate entered the oven, her mother sweetly praised her, saying, “You did a great job, Jane.”
“Thank you, mother,” she replied.
The clip ends with a duo enjoying a blackberry pie and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Followers in Ghana expressed some love to her mother in the comments.
“Oh my god, she is so cute. Your mother is our kind of woman. Butter,” a fan commented. “She’s there!!! Hi, Mom Ghana,” another user said.
“It looks like the heavenly mother is on strike again,” the third person wrote.
“Oh, I like this-it’s the cutest to see you two cooking together! Enjoying mom is the best,” Jeff Litham thinks.
Patricia appeared in a virus before video Ghana’s post in July last year showed that she used virtual methods to instruct her daughter to make cornbread.
“Every time I make cornbread, I call my mother-even though I have written recipes in every notebook, even though I am sure I can throw it together in my sleep. Maybe watching this will tell you Why, maybe, I just like to call my mother,” Garner wrote in the headline.