Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 45 mins

FOUR ingredients...a quick, tasty dessert. From the kitchen of Jack Corley, Alpharetta, Georgia.


  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well.
  2. Pour into unbaked pie shell at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.
  3. Let this pie cool slightly before you serve.
Most Helpful

4 5

A sweet and easy treat! I love the fact that it only took a minute to prepare and the work was done by the oven. (-; Would be nice topped with some fresh stewed fruit perhaps. Made for PAC Spring 2009. Thanks for posting Bayou Andy! (-:

4 5

I had never had buttermilk pie before, and was really tempted to add nutmeg and cinnamon, like in my custard pie, but glad I resisted, because this really is good as is. The only problem is the amount of "batter" didn't quite fill a 9-inch crust. I will use a smaller crust next time or increase the eggs and buttermilk. Made for Fall 2012 PAC game.

5 5

My mother is 86. She lived during the Depression and truly did "walk miles barefoot on a dirt road" to school. And she knew her way around a kitchen. Now, when she asks me "where did I buy that custard pie I brought over last time?", it means a lot. I had already decided this was it for me, but Moms praise is priceless. As for variations on a theme, I added a teaspoon vanilla and about a minute or two before it's finished I hit the top with finely chopped coconut and hit broil, keeping a very close eye on it, at this point seconds are BIG, but it was a smash.