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This pie is quick to prepare and easy to make. However, it fails to taste like any Shoo Fly Pie I've tasted while growing up in Lancaster County, PA. I believe the missing component is the lack of a "wet bottom." The bottom was more cakey than gooey but the crumbly topping sure tasted good! :-) Other than doubling the topping part (It needs it!), I followed the recipe to perfectly.
I had to make 25 pies and i still did'nt have a knuff. i thik you should send it to as many peaple as possible
This isn't like any shoo fly pie I have had. I didn't care for the taste and texture. The shoo fly pie I'm looking for is kinda like pecan pie but w/o the nuts and sweet.
This recipe made the best shoo fly pie ever! Super moist and wonderful.
Oh soooo good! Just enough gooey stuff at the bottom. Just like I remember having as a child in PA. Thanks.
my hat, this sounds ever so yummy, but would not the molasses in it cause one to run to the toilet!! - i mean to say i only have to look at molasses and i am off trotting to the toilet
I am from Pensylvania but now live in Tennesse and have not had this pie in years. I can not wait to make it.
Lynn Remmers My husband was born in Holland, so I took great pleasure in making this for him. We both loved it!
My family loved it! I did double the flour mixture, and it worked out very well.