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    Sweetie Pies

    Pies, tarts, cobblers, crisps, pudding pies, etc.
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    When I make apple pie, this is the recipe that I usually use, it always turns out great ---prep time does not include preparing the pastry.

    Recipe #118194

    This is the simpliest p.b. pie you will ever make.

    Recipe #306802

    9 Reviews |  By loof

    From an old issue of the Houston Chronicle. This is like a cobbler or crisp but with cranberries - yum!

    Recipe #310628

    79 Reviews |  By Gerry

    While this recipe is good any time it is the first one requested when the fall apples ripen. It was passed to me by a family member. The recipe calls for an 8x8 deep baking pan. Family member uses a corning ware casserole dish for the baking which makes for a lovely dessert. I often bake it in a pie plate and when cool slice and serve as you would pie. Using white sugar in the crumb crust has it so tasting like pastry. Quick and easy to make. NOTE - recently found this recipe from an old family cookbook is called aunties 'Old Fashioned Crumb Cake' and calls for baking in a 425 oven for 40 to 50 minutes or until brown and crisp. Just made it and found baked at the higher temperature it very like an apple crisp - an absolutely delicious version of Almost Apple Pie and another great apple dessert to serve family and friends. Ovens vary - I used a slightly lower oven temp.

    Recipe #99570

    Everyone will love this and want seconds! Make sure to keep in freezer long enough for it to set! Yummy!

    Recipe #122607

    I have been making this dessert for many years; found it in a Purity Flour cookbook I purchased, one of my first recipe books! It is sweet and delicious! Hope you will like it! The topping is not sweet, increase the amount of sugar if you prefer, it is nice with a little nutmeg in the batter also. Note the batter does not have to cover the fruit completely, the apple mixture will bubble up and it looks nice. I sometimes add fresh cranberries to the apple mixture.

    Recipe #85263

    28 Reviews |  By KelBel

    I love this dessert. It tastes like a coconut macaroon, and it is simple to make. Drizzle melted chocolate on top and it tastes like a "mounds" bar. This comes from Bisquick.

    Recipe #99952

    1 Reviews |  By DuChick

    Hailing from the famous Kentucky Derby, this pie is a variation of its dessert. Made with a graham cracker crust rather than a pastry, the decadence still comes through in every slice. Every bite will produce mmmmm's with the rich flavor and chewy, but delicate texture. See alternate ingredients at bottom of recipe for variations of this recipe.

    Recipe #289466

    4 Reviews |  By nnreq

    Yummy twist on the traditional apple cobbler. The best part is it can bake while you're at work or running ereands.

    Recipe #42788

    This recipe came from "The Farmers Almanac Blue Ribbon Recipes" cookbook, used for a pumpkin pie. I used it last night to make Bev's Chocolate Chip Pie. It turned out great. It can be prebaked for a cream-filled pie, or unbaked for a pie that must go into the oven. You could use this recipe as an alternative to just about any "crumb crust". Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

    Recipe #40410

    An old fashioned apple pie baked and served in a cookie sheet (or jellyroll pan) that can be cut into squares and served to a crowd. This recipe is many years old and was given to me by my Aunt Amy. (To save time, friends suggested I buy refrigerated pie crusts and roll them to fit pan, but I haven't tried it yet!)

    Recipe #226031

    This crisp uses convenient pie filling and cooks in the microwave, so you can make it in no time! You can easily substitute different flavors of pie filling. From Quick Cooking Magazine.

    Recipe #276722

    I found this recipe about five years ago on topsecretrecipes.com, but had forgotten about it until I tried mariposa13's recipe #123291. With one can of fat free sweetened condensed milk, you could make both recipes and have lots of healthy treats! You'll never miss the fat!

    Recipe #129977

    This is one of the recipes that was served at the very first Pampered Chef party I attended, back in 1994. It is a very easy recipe (the hardest part is prepping the apple slices) and can be made in either microwave or the oven. I have made it both ways and prefer the oven version, but it is awfully nice that this can also be tossed into the microwave for a last minute dessert on busy nights. The demonstrator had a handy tip for the apples: After she ran them through the apple peeler/slicer gizmo they sell, she dropped them into a bowl filled with a can of lemon-lime soda (like Sprite) - and then drained them and patted them dry before using in this recipe. This way the apples didn't turn all sludgy brown before she was ready to demonstrate the recipe itself. I am allowing a large amount of prep time for those of you who don't own one of the PC apple gizmos - once your apples are ready, it only takes about 5 minutes to prepare the crisp for baking.

    Recipe #63314

    You may use one type of berry or a combination of berries.

    Recipe #163287

    Just a lovely comforting dessert that I've enjoyed making over the years and a nice change from the standard baked apple pie. It is great using the Girl Scout Shortbread cookies too. You can also substitute the shortbread cookies with oatmeal cookies.

    Recipe #275276

    2 Reviews |  By ciao

    This is a fast, easy, delicious way to have your "apple pie", without all the work!

    Recipe #32651

    Nice change from the standard graham cracker crust using the gingersnaps instead.

    Recipe #276087

    Apples and cranberries together, it's so delicious. And a crisp! Even more :P

    Recipe #242491

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

    Recipe #265089

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