3 Reviews

I am a total novice at baking and this was really easy and a lot less sweet than what you would buy in the store and that's a good thing for me. I found that if you stir in the flour slowly in the melted butter it will make the filling a lot less lumpy. I found a whisk worked better than a fork too :) Either way really good, I made two pies - one with Silk instead of milk we'll see how that goes but I'm sure it'll be fine and I made little "butter tart" things in muffin pans with it too since my fiance is obsessed with those. Thank you so much for putting this up!

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Narfy November 13, 2008

Incredible! My husband said he could eat the whole pie. I can't believe how easy it is! The only thing I will change is I'm going to try increasing the filling by half. I used a regular pie pan and it still left about 1/2 inch unfilled. Another option would be to try it in a tart pan and I think I'll do that as well. Either way it is one incredible recipe. If you love maple sugar candy you'll love this pie!

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Tess Cooks November 11, 2008

This was one of the easiest pies I have ever made. It took about 7 minutes to make the filling and I baked my pie for around 30 minutes. Do not use a deep dish pie crust for this pie. It is thin and very rich. Yum-Yum!

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mary winecoff August 31, 2007
Maple Syrup Pie