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    Pass the Pie

    What would a meal be without a slice of the perfect pie for dessert?
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    1 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This is a guilt-free pumpkin pie, with lots of fiber and low in fat and calories. From Weight Watchers - 2 points per serving.

    Recipe #196795

    In southern IL Burton's Cafe is famous for their White Pie. This is my attempt to replicate it. White vanilla can be found wherever cake decorating supplies are sold and in many kitchen specialty shops. Prep and cook times do not include pie crust. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #72197

    This recipe makes 2- 9" pies. If you make one large pie instead you will have to add time to the baking to get it done. This recipe was given to me by Opal Beebee, several years ago. This is a handed down family recipe. It was once prepared in the White House for one of the former Presidents. Opal's daughter had served in the National Guard and had met a Pastry Chef who later worked at the White House and called Opal to ask for the recipe for Thanksgiving Dinner at the White House. Do not eliminate the heavy cream IN the pie...the cream and the amount of spices listed is what makes this pie so special. It is good hot or cold. I never tasted hot pumpkin pie until I tasted this one. I found out this past Christmas (2009) that this bakes well without a crust as well. I had to make 3 pumpkin pies to take to my son's home. I had enough mixture left over make another pie but not enough pie dough for a 4th pie. So I spray oiled a round casserole dish, filled with mixture and baked.

    Recipe #102073

    A slightly different pumpkin pie as it has a crumb topping. Prep time does not include making a homemade pie crust. (Response to review, cutting in the butter is a technique to incorporate the butter into a dry mixture using a pastry blender or two knives. HTH!)

    Recipe #3565

    Good & easy enough for a beginner like me. It came from Bon Appetit June 2000 at Epicurious.com. This is my first posting on Recipezaar, but this turned out so beautifully that I had to share it. We don't have a have a food processor, so I used a whisk, (takes some elbow grease) and I didn't freeze the vegetable shortening, or chill the dough first, and I used regular margarine cold straight out of the frig., as we don't like butter. I put foil around the edges of the crust so that it wouldn't get too brown, and took them off at near the end of the baking time to a get a golden brown crust, and I did freeze the crusts in the pan before putting the pumpkin mixture in, as suggested in the Spiced Pumpkin Pie recipe I used. I also did as others suggested in rolling it out between 2 sheets of waxed paper, and dusting lightly with flour so it wouldn't stick & it was a dream to work with. It turned out great. I'll post the Spiced Pumpkin Pie also in case anyone wants to try it. This recipe makes enough dough for two crusts.

    Recipe #20984

    From Kraft Foods Magazine, Krafts describes this dessert as follows: "Using Lemon-Lime drink mix gives this scrumptious dessert a delightful tart, tangy flavor." Prep time does not include time in the freezer.

    Recipe #136143

    To save some time the crust may be prepared and baked 24 hours in advance. It is important to leave the finished pie chill for a minimum of 8 hours or overnight, if you make the mistake of cutting into it any earlier the custard mixture might fall apart --- this pie is delicious!

    Recipe #139812

    Recipe #28708

    Adapted from "Take Big Bites" by Linda Ellerbee. This is a crustless pie- something like a brownie. Top it with a scoop of ice-cream and some berries- sinful.

    Recipe #184755

    6 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Fresh apple slices layered with buttered gingersnap crumbs, cinnamon, chopped walnuts and with topped with maple syrup. An authentic, unique, simple, New England recipe that makes the best use of native ingredients. From the 1984 first published "American Family Cokking"

    Recipe #42276

    9 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This is an old family favorite. The best apple pie we have ever had. I hope it becomes one of your favorites.

    Recipe #66548

    If the crust begins to burn, place tin foil around the crust and lower the temperature of the oven.

    Recipe #148001

    This is a bakery-quality coconut cream pie, if you are searching for an everyday ordinary pie then pass this by, but if you want the best coconut cream pie on the face of this earth and one that brings you rave reviews then I suggest this recipe, this is one I developed years ago, it's the addition of whipped cream that makes this special, if you are only using the table cream I strongly suggest to use the 2 teaspoon coconut extract, and if you *are* going the coconut milk method, just use one 398-ml can of a good quality coconut milk with half and half cream to measure 2-1/2 cups and still add in the the coconut extract, the more coconut flavor the better I say, then proceed with same directions, if you don't want the texture of shredded coconut in the filling you may omit if desired, really this pie has so much flavor you won't even miss it! --- To make it a Pina Colada pie, add 2 tbsp dark rum into the whipped cream, and fold 1/2 cup drained crushed pineapple into filling with whipped cream, plan ahead there is a chilling time for the pie --- see my recipe#66929

    Recipe #77978

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