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    This is a personal, absolute favorite of mine!!! Mom never would tell us where she got this recipe (which always made Dad raise one eyebrow...LOL!) And she never gave us girls the recipe while she was here --- it was something truly special to her as well, although I don't know exactly why. I found the old, yellowed, hand-written recipe hidden deep in her personal recipe box after she passed away... The taste and the texture of this pie is incredible, and I've never been able to match it -- I've tried for 6 or 7 years to find a "quick" fix for this. But nope...Nothing doing. Gotta have this exact recipe!!! Once you have this, you'll never fully enjoy any other butterscotch pie!!! (I sound pretty serious, don't I?) LOL! No, seriously, the recipe looks a whole lot more complicated than it really is -- super simple, just home-made! YUM!

    Recipe #128543

    This wonderful pie is from Better Homes & Gardens 1990 Best Recipes Yearbook..Perfect for your guests or loved ones...very impressive looking and well worth the effort...you won't believe that you made it...amazing flavours...

    Recipe #85833

    Awesome flavors!!! If you are a strawberry lover, this one is for you! A rich creamy texture to enjoy. The nuts are optional, but does add to flavor combination. If used, chopped pecans are recommended.

    Recipe #261637

    I got this recipe from a coworker who knows I enjoy both blueberries and custard. I haven't made this myself yet, but I soon will!

    Recipe #57417

    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

    Many years ago when recipes for apple pie with cranberries were not all that plentiful, I transformed one of my pie recipes & came up with an apple pie that is chuck full of cranberries! For this pie I prefer Pipins.

    Recipe #204866

    The best Apple Pie that you will ever eat. The secret is soaking the apples in the melted butter.

    Recipe #201895

    3 Reviews |  By Lawsome

    My mom would make this often in the summer. The tart/sweet berries are delicious with the chocolate, and the whipped cream is a must!

    Recipe #227990

    These are the forerunner of modern baked cheesecakes, and this recipe originates from one of the first documented versions of this recipe. Curd cheese was very popular as an ingredient for desserts many hundreds of years ago, and these delightful little tarts have a Royal lineage; the story is that whilst Henry VIII was strolling in the gardens of Hampton Court Palace, he came across a group of ladies in waiting (to his queen, Catherine of Aragon), one of whom was Anne Boleyn - whom subsequently became his second wife; they offered him some of these tarts and he enjoyed them so much, that he named them after the Maids of Honour. I always make these for afternoon tea - they are delightfully light and fragranced with delicate orange flower water or rose water. Use any dried fruits that you have available - I find a mixture of seedless raisins and chopped candied peel works very well.

    Recipe #216860

    3 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    As published in Bon Appetit, Crostata con Crema di Formaggio e Marmellata di Arance Amare was touted as being one of the most popular desserts at Restaurant Zibibbo in Florence. I love a recipe that has few ingredients and a simple preparation, but results in a nice presentation and fabulous flavor. This is one of those. Actually, I did not try the crust recipe, as I had an extra crust already made that I needed to use so I used it. I do intend to make this again soon, though, and will update the recipe as to the results. Prep time includes 2 hours chill time. The recipe was credited to Chef Benedetta Vitali of Zibibbo.

    Recipe #144279

    The best sour cherry pie ever. Excellant hot or cold. Serve with creme fraiche or whipping creme. For best results use a 11" or 12" flan pan.

    Recipe #86957

    This tried and true recipe has been enjoyed by many. Hope you like it! Makes enough filling for 1 dozen 3-inch tarts or 2 dozen 2-inch tarts. Recipe may be doubled, tripled, etc.

    Recipe #186568

    These are light and delicious crumbly little cakes that kids just love (grown ups too) comes from a hand written recipe book of my grandmothers that she started during the second world war. Really simple recipe but great result

    Recipe #164678

    5 Reviews |  By E.A.

    Found this in Martha Stewart Living two years ago. The best pie crust recipe I've found yet!!! The vinegar in the crust makes it very tender.

    Recipe #108281

    When you're in the mood for lemon meringue pie, try this classic... it's the real thing!

    Recipe #49261

    This pie crust retains the flavor of an all butter crust, but is flakier because of the shortening. The lemon juice isn't in the recipe for lemon flavour... trust me you won't taste it, but rather to work with the flour and prevent the pastry from being tough. I also find that the dough gives a bigger yield than the original 9 inch size stated, I roll mine relatively thin and can get a full top and bottom for a 26 cm (12 inch) shallow pie dish. I have included 20+ step by step photographs to help you see *exactly* how this is made so that you now have instructions for making an entire pie crust from ingredients to table. The new instructions may look long, but I have only tried to give practical details to that even if this is your first ever pie crust, you will have ALL the information you need for success. Enjoy! ZWT REGION: United States.

    Recipe #26205

    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 Dib's

    A Hogwarts Special. Recipe posted by request.

    Recipe #68699

    This is a recipe that my daughter use to make and it always hit the spot for dessert.

    Recipe #64040

    17 Reviews |  By Danzy

    My grandma didn't measure anything so this is as close as I could get. I never said it was a healthy recipe. It can be made without the evaporated milk and using low fat or skim milk and using margarine instead of butter but please use real vanilla and a good quality cocoa. You might have to adjust the cornstarch or cocoa depending on how thick or chocolaty you like your pies. I make 2 of these pies for every church covered dish meal and never get to bring a slice home. Oh yes...you can cook the filling in a large double boiler to avoid scorching it, it just takes longer.

    Recipe #52728

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