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    This is a combination of a recipe Mom Meyer gave me and one I found on Zaar. The fudge layer adds some interest. I reduced the sugar and increased the peanut butter from other recipes. This is a good summer treat, and can be frozen for a while. Thaw at least a few hours before eating in the fridge or an hour before on the counter.

    Recipe #317990

    An easy to make fresh strawberry pie.

    Recipe #46649

    I have not tried this recipe, but a co-worker of mine raved about it. She said, "people were about to attack each other to get another slice". I think this would be great for the holidays, an everyday dessert made holiday-special. Let me know what you think!

    Recipe #268477

    You will receive rave reviews at you holiday table when you serve this pie, the cranberry filling can be made up to two days ahead and chilled, prep time includes cooling the cranberry filling, you will love this pie!

    Recipe #148890

    I made this for the first time for a church function and it was gone so fast I did not get to try it so I had to make it again just so I could try some, YUM!! I found the recipe in a TOH Holiday cookbook. Cooking time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #436912

    Another recipe from the Fiddlehead restaurant in Juneau! Incredibly rich, absolutely wonderful; this pie sends peanut butter fans into ecstasy. Prep time includes chilling time. This makes enough for two 9-inch pies or one large 10 inch pie...really depends on the depth of your pie plate.

    Recipe #244545

    5 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Are you tired of weepy, sticky meringue? This meringue will not let you down. It stands proud and adorns your favorite pie with a delicious mound of delicate meringue. The cook time does not reflect the time to cool the cornstarch mixture. This recipe is from one of my all time favorite cookbooks-- More Make-A-Mix Cookery,

    Recipe #159987

    This great pie recipe comes from the Company's Coming - Gifts from the Kitchen. I find a large pie is sometimes too much for me, so I have made 6 or 7 small 5" pies using this recipe. I bake them in the meat pie pans and then freeze them. That way I can take out one pie and enjoy it without having the rest of the pie to temp me. I also freeze my rhubarb and strawberries in these required measures and keep them in a separate container in the freezer, knowing then these are the right measurements for this favourite pie recipe.

    Recipe #83789

    Your family and friends will love this rich ricotta and cream cheese chocolate pie recipe. It’s the perfect after-dinner delight to serve at your next gathering. From The Olive Garden Website: http://www.olivegarden.com/recipes/featured_recipe/

    Recipe #298217

    1 Reviews |  By Hadice

    This recipe is one for the ages. The crust is flaky and flavorful. Delicious for any kind of pie your heart desires. Makes enough for 4 8-inch pie crusts or about 3 9-inch crusts. Can be used for topping, lattice top, cut-outs, etc.

    Recipe #402119

    Back in 1912, my 13 year old grandmother ran away from home and the 12 brothers & sisters she was stuck caring for, and took a position of head baker at the Black Bear Hotel in downtown Duluth. It was a different time, back then; Pie ruled and was King, Queen and Princess. She made 50 pies per day, Monday through Friday, but on the weekends, she made upward of 75 to 100 pies. This is the ONLY crust she used for her 1000's of pies! This year, 2012, this recipe is now over 100 years old and in constant use throughout the generations. I also wanted to add, that I found out by accident that rolling out the crust between two Silpat mats is a dream come true: peels right off, NO stick! Happy Baking!

    Recipe #398725

    My grandmother gave me this apple pie recipe after she made it for me during a visit about 5 years ago. I like to use Granny Smith apples, leave the peel on, and cut slices that are a little thick, but do whatever you wish! This is a very good pie and I'm always asked to make it! Thanks, Grandma!! (Very good served with vanilla ice cream!)

    Recipe #31128

    So named because I won a blue ribbon at the county fair with this recipe. I use recipe #13619 for the double pie crust. However, I especially love it with Recipe #109287. Prep time depends on if you are peeling & slicing the apples by hand or not.

    Recipe #109288

    I got this recipe from Taste of Home magazine. It is so delicious and can be made very light by using fat free whipped topping and pie shells. I often use the graham ready crust and it is good too. I haven't tried the chocolate crust yet, but I imagine that would be a treat. The toasted almonds are a must in this recipe. They add just the right flavor to make this recipe special. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #381208

    If you love peach pie, you must try this! I made it for a friend, and we almost consumed the whole pie between the two us! This is in the latest edition of Taste of Home magazine. Sherrell Dikes of Arkansas won the $2,500 grand prize at the magazine's sponsored "Great American Pie Show." It's very easy, especialy if you cheated like I did and use a ready-made pie crust!

    Recipe #383977

    11 Reviews |  By KateL

    I am a "LMP" fiend. The secret to a spectacular never-fail LMP is using 6 eggs. Once I made this version by Harriett Westman from "Blue Ribbon Winners: America's Best State Fair Recipes", this became my signature dessert. I adjust my portion size to the number of WW points left for the day; I calculate 1/8 of a pie as 10 points. Please allow 4 hours for cooling before serving. With 6 egg yolks, this is indeed a rich Southern custard filling with lemon juice added. For a more pronounced lemon flavor, use juice from up to 5 medium-size lemons, and reduce the water correspondingly; I have only made the standard recipe, which our family likes a lot.

    Recipe #292151

    Delicious pie that is about as close as you can get to fresh. *DO NOT use pie filling*You can use other types of blueberries but oregon is the most common and I got this recipe from their can and it works great.

    Recipe #342792

    An old fashioned diner type pie. Lower fat due to no egg yolks, but still so delicious! Recipe found on another website.

    Recipe #58211

    On a recent visit Dolores made this wonderful and wonderfully easy apple pie for dessert. Serve with some vanilla ice cream or whipped cream...YUM!!

    Recipe #369123

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