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Delicious! Made it for Thanksgiving '08, and was fantastic. Everyone loved it. Loved the gingersnap crust.
This was an excellent dessert-and so easy. I used gluten free ginger snaps. I made this for my husband and a friend that has celiac disease. I cut it into squares and kept in freezer and it was wonderful to have a quick gluten free dessert on hand!
I made this for Thanksgiving last year and it was all the rave. I too used cinnamon grahams because that is what I had on hand. If I do make it again this year, I will do the same. Really enjoyed this, it's a definite keeper! Thanks so much Pamela!
Easy, quick, and good! A great dessert for kids to prepare. We make this with soy ice cream (dairy allergies), decrease the cloves to 1/8 tsp, and pour it into two prepared graham cracker pie crusts. If you use mini graham crusts, it makes 30 individual servings. A nice alternative to traditional pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving, we eat it all year long. Oh, and don't tell my eight year-old, but it has _vegetables_ in it! Thanks, Pamela!
This was such a good dessert! We had Thanksgiving dinner for my finacé's son's 14th b-day this past Saturday, and this was one of the desserts. It was so easy to mix up, and it was very popular, especially with my future FIL who had several pieces. I think anyone who likes pumpkin pie and ice cream would appreciate this. The only changes I made were to use cinnamon graham cracker crumbs for the crust, since I had those on hand, and also to decrease the cloves to 1/4 tsp as a personal flavor preference. I've had many requests for the recipe on this one!