I followed your directions exactly. It is very good! It is also very fast to make. I have made 3 of them now and they just keep getting better. Pumpkin is one of hubbys favorite pies and this satifies him even without the traditional crust. Thanks for posting this!
A truly great recipe, especially if you love pumpkin pie! This was my first ever attempt at making a pumpkin pie and it was so easy. It turned out to be a major hit with co-workers and with family. Without a doubt, this recipe is now part of our family tradition. Thanks so much for sharing it with us all! :o)
This is one of my favorite recipes! I use soymilk in place of the evaporated milk and it still tastes great to me, although it doesn't taste like the traditional pie that I was use to. It's a really forgiving recipe and for fun I sometimes use chocolate soymilk instead, which brings the taste to a whole new level! I can't imagine not making this once or twice a week. Thanks for posting such a wonderful recipe that I can't get enough of! I have found that it takes about 45-50 mins in the oven for me. Even when I think it might have gotten too crisp it still tastes great after being refrigerated overnight.
It certainly doesn't replace a more complicated pumpkin pie, but who wants to put that kind of effort into one at this time of year? I used ff evap milk, because it's all I had and used the substitute on here for the pumpkin pie spice. The pie fell really bad in the middle, but I figure that had to do with the ff evap. Thanks for posting this! It's my first impossible pie and I'm looking forward to making more from bisquick.
This really surprised me- the ease & flavor of this recipe make it outstanding! I used 1 cup 2% milk, instead of evaporated & also added some cinnamon & ginger along w/ the pumpkin pie spice....it's amazing. Thanks
What a lovely, quick recipe that everyone in my family enjoyed!
This was really good. I had to make 2, because the first one, I forgot to add the milk. (My 4 year old was running around like a crazy person, I wonder why I forgot?)It turned out good anyway. It was a little dense, kind of like cake. Thanks, Karen.