Baked Cannoli Pie

"This is so easy to fix, it came from another recipe site because I needed a cannoli pie that would be easy to tranport in a warm weather. Whipped cream (like Redi Whip)brings a lot to this pie"
 
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photo by Marie Nixon photo by Marie Nixon
photo by Marie Nixon
photo by Marie Nixon photo by Marie Nixon
Ready In:
1hr 15mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine the first 6 ingredients in a blender, cover and beat until smooth.
  • Pour into the pie shell and bake in a pre heated 300 degree oven for 1 hour.
  • Cool at room temperature, then Chill.
  • Garnish when serving with Whipped cream and cherries.

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Reviews

  1. Marie Nixon
    Oh my, the flavor of the Creme de cacao was overwhelming. None of the 5 adults I served this to liked it. I discarded the leftovers.
     
  2. FLUFFSTER
    I tried so hard to give this more stars, but in all honesty, I can't. It took me quite a bit more oven time than the hour. You were right about the whipped cream, as it was rather dry without. You've got a lot of promise in this recipe, you just need to go with your own instincts. You stated that it would benefit from the whipped cream, and had you done something about it before posting it, your recipe would have benefited. The taste was good.
     
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<p>I live in Hudson, FL - fondly known as heaven's waiting room for the newly wed or nearly dead - NO - I'm not either :) <br />I have two 4 legged feline daughters named Hannah, and Lucy. <br />I enjoy cooking, cross stitching, and LOVE NFL Football - GO BUCS - GO PATS! <br /><br />UPDATE: 2/8/2008 <br />My friend Bruce introduced me to Recipezaar. <br />We used to play a game called Randomization where he would hit the randon recipe button, and whatever came up - I would have to make. For some of you who have read my reviews, this may make more sense to you now. Bruce refused to let me use his name - he preferred to remain anonymous so I used the name Herkimer for him instead, much to his chagrin. <br /><br />Shockingly, Bruce died Aug 28, 2007. He was the light of my life. I haven't cooked in a while - certainly nothing like I did when we would play. I can't believe he's gone - I miss him so much. Things just really aren't the same. <br /><br />The last randomization recipe that I completed was Oranges in Caramel Syrup <br />Recipe #175594 - I delivered them to him on the Friday morning before he died on Tuesday night. Saturday mornings we would play the game, if I had completed the recipe from the previous randomization. The last Saturday we played I received Chick Pea and Tomato Curry <br />Recipe #274313. I never made it. He knew I was sick of the idea of having to eat Chick Peas because I don't like them. He was so pleased with himself - his mantra for the game was He couldn't be happy until I was unhappy because he knew I was such a picky eater - anything Green or a Vegetable was a challenge. Let me assure you that after all the moaning and groaning I did over that recipe - he must have died a very happy man. I told him at the funeral home, some people will do anything to get out of eating Chick peas.</p>
 
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