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    Pies, Pies and More Pies!

    Recipes that use a pie plate. Could be for dessert, breakfast or the main dish at dinner.
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    I just found this recipe in an old band bosters cookbook and placing it here for sharing and later use. The recipe mentions that it is a good substitute for graham cracker crust. It sounds good to me and might be a good alternative for cream pies or maybe even dutch apple or cherry.

    Recipe #111291

    You'll have them running back for more with this baby, it is truly one of the best things i have ever made, i took it into my dads office and everyone came running and gobbled it up, what greedy pigs!!! although i don't blame them

    Recipe #173410

    I should start by saying, “I hate ratatouille”. I’ve always had an over-cooked stew of forgettable vegetables. But when I saw this in Cuisine at Home, I had to try it. Modified to use purchased pastry crust – if you prefer, make your own. I tweaked vege ratio slightly to suit our tastes. It looks more complicated than it is. Once the veges are prepped, it comes together quickly. Try it for a show-stopping vege side at a barbeque, or an elegant vegetarian main dish. Try to choose squash of similar diameters, and slice peppers and onion to similar size.

    Recipe #381075

    From Sunset cookbook. I love this! It's my favorite pie. You get a lemon curd on the bottom and a thin lemon cake on the top but it pours into the pie crust all mixed up! Please use fresh squeezed lemon juice. If you love lemon desserts, you'll love this!

    Recipe #195525

    I was suprised that this is not already on zarr(at least i couldnt find it). I found this on almost every website that has ww recipes on it. I really liked this, it is nice for those cravings! Hubby loved it and didn't believe it is ww. lol. I did not add the grape n uts and it was still good. cooking time is freezing time. Serves 8. Each serving contains 137 calories, 4g of fat, 4g protein, 21 carbs, 1g fiber.

    Recipe #324880

    I sometimes make a crust in a 13x9 pan and serve squares. This looks nice to serve to company and no-one knows how easy it is.Cook time includes chill time.

    Recipe #30790

    I created this out of necessity. I didn't have enough chocolate mousse for a pie and I didn't have enough cream cheese for a cheesecake. I loved how light and creamy it came out, so I decided to post it.

    Recipe #202990

    Delicious. You may use any flavor yogurt you like. With all the varieties they are some great pies to be made. I use Blue Bunny yogurt. I love the coconut creme. The whole pie is 8 points.

    Recipe #155629

    This is a quick but easy chocolate mousse pie that my family loves.

    Recipe #265089

    3 Reviews |  By Beth A.

    Cut from our local newspaper a few years ago. It has become a family favorite. "If apple is the quintessential American pie, then peach is surely our summertime favorite, and all the more if it's served a la mode. To make a peach pie worth of the name, use fully ripe fruit and a pastry crust that's rich and tender but still sturdy enough to contain its sweet, juicy burden without collapsing. To remove the skins from peaches easily, pour boiling water over them, then quickly dip fruit into ice water. Use your fingers or a small knife to slip off the skins. This recipe calls for a crumbly nut topping, but you could substitue a classic lattice crust that lets the fruit show through. Serve the pie warm or at room temperatue, with or without ice cream. To gauge the amount of sugar and cornstarch to use, take your cue from the ripeness of the peaches; if they are very sweet-tasting and quite juicy, use the smaller amount of sugar and the large amount of cornstarch."

    Recipe #251333

    2 hour chill time.

    Recipe #41076

    2 Reviews |  By DiAnna2

    Wonderful taste, but oh so easy. Serve warm with ice cream for a special treat.

    Recipe #24627

    Tastes just like an orange dreamsicle! Cool and refreshing for hot summer days!

    Recipe #130306

    This desert reminds me of a peanut buster parfait from DQ or of a fudge sundae. It's a great make-ahead desert to bring out when unexpected guests arrive. This could even work with chocolate ice cream. "Cooking time" is time in the freezer.

    Recipe #165813

    This pie is so rich. It is so quick and easy. It is also enjoyed quick and easy. You must try this for your next Chocolate Pie. I HAVE to make it EVERY Thanksgiving, especially for son Kevin and son-in-law Dwain. My sister-in-law, Sherry, entered it in their 1996 church cookbook, "Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread", Wise County, Texas.

    Recipe #43100

    Just in time for the Holidays, a traditional favorite with a bit of a twist.

    Recipe #13108

    This is a yummy and refreshing no bake pie that starts out with a prepared graham cracker crust.

    Recipe #43189

    This pie gets a lot of mmmmm's. It is two separate layers and looks beautiful when sliced. I make it every year for the holidays and family won't accept anything else. easy easy easy and comes out perfect every time

    Recipe #76227

    The only pie crust I will use anymore. Its flaky and slightly sugary and oh so easy to do. Note: due to some major discrepencies please use a good quality oil, preferably a vegetable and a good name brand like Mazola, it may not seem like it will make a difference but in the end it will, also use new oil not something that has been sitting around for a while.

    Recipe #51537

    An incredibly delicious 3 ingredient pie! Use any flavor Jello (we like peach or strawberry kiwi). It's so easy and it really yummy! No guilt! Just a creamy, lightly sweet dessert everyone will love! Top with a little fresh fruit if you like!

    Recipe #26610

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