Deep Dish Pumpkin Pie

Deep Dish Pumpkin Pie created by UmmTariq

This a great variation on regular pumpkin pie. The addition of nuts in the crust is so tasty! You can cut it in large squares, but sometimes I cut it into smaller ones to bring to a potluck, or for a buffet. The first words out of tasters mouths are always "Oh, this is SO good!" (One hour for chilling is added to cook time.)

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  • Heat oven to 350 degrees.
  • In a medium bowl, combine flour and sugars.
  • Cut in butter till crumbly.
  • Stir in nuts.
  • Put 1 cup crumb mixture aside; press remainder firmly on bottom and halfway up sides of 12 x 7 baking dish.
  • In large bowl, combine remaining ingredients (except reserved crumb mixture) and mix well.
  • Pour into pressed crust.
  • Top with reserved crumb mixture.
  • Bake 55 minutes or until golden.
  • Chill and serve.
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"This a great variation on regular pumpkin pie. The addition of nuts in the crust is so tasty! You can cut it in large squares, but sometimes I cut it into smaller ones to bring to a potluck, or for a buffet. The first words out of tasters mouths are always "Oh, this is SO good!" (One hour for chilling is added to cook time.)"
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  1. UmmTariq
    Deep Dish Pumpkin Pie Created by UmmTariq
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  2. UmmTariq
    Quick to put together and lovely balance of flavors! I used pecans and they complemented pumpkin and brown sugar perfectly. I increased the cinnamon to 1 1/2 tsp and omitted the allspice. Would be lovely with coffee and some Cool Whip or vanilla ice cream on the side.
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  3. PaulaG
    I have been making this recipe for years. It is a favorite in our home. I do use egg substitute instead of the eggs and non-fat sweetened Condensed Milk. Of course real butter is a must when making the crust. Makes a world of difference.
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  4. BarbBQ43
    I made this for Thanksgiving and it was definitely a hit! My sister's mother-in-law, who writes a recipe column, loved it and asked for the recipe. I ground up the nuts to the consistency of coarse flour for the crust and no one even knew there were nuts in it except for the flavor.
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  5. canarygirl
    YUM! What a great way to make a pumpkin pie! It's actually more of a bar type dessert--and it is fabulous! I will be serving this at my sister's bridal shower this weekend. I followed the recipe to the letter, and doubled it. The crust is very good--I love the nuts in it! I will be making this many more times I'm sure. Thank you for a great recipe leeannr!
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