No Crust Buttermilk Pie

"This dessert is quick and easy. Just pour all ingredients in a blender. Mix and pour into pie plate."
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  • Pour all ingredients in a blender.
  • Mix well and pour into ungreased pyrex pie plate.
  • Bake 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until knife comes out clean.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Bill D.
    What size pie plate should I use? I tried a 9”, but it seemed a bit flat.
  2. Vicki B.
    Has anyone made this recipe using gluten free flour? Is the 1:1 flour better or the almond flour and what amount was used?


  1. Buzzy Bowers
    Drop in company and nothing to serve? Pop into Carol's kitchen and you'll have an awesome No Crust Buttermilk Pie within an hour that will delight your unexpected guests so much, they'll be back again and again. Carol came up with a positively fool proof pie that is so scrumptious, you'll shake your head in amazement! Every bite filled with flavor and a texture like chess pie, it's tuly wonderful! In fact, it's magic!<br/><br/>Buzzy Bowers<br/>Dallas, Texas
  2. EnjoyGoodFood
    I have made these type of crustless pies for several years, and enjoy them (and fewer calories) very much :) I have a similar recipe using regular milk, but this buttermilk recipe is my new favorite! The sugar, combined with buttermilk (or kefir), creates a very enjoyable tangy taste. I used plain kefir (no sugar or flavors) instead of buttermilk because I happened to have an overabundance at the time. I followed the suggestion to use less sugar. One cup sugar is plenty. Coconut sprinkled on the top (1/3 cup) creates a lightly toasted topping. An 8 inch quiche dish is just the right size.
  3. gailanng
    Great pie! That's from one who LOOOOVES sweets. As for dental work...well my dentist starts planning house renovations when she sees me coming.
  4. carmennazario
    5 STARS !! Great recipe. I used almost 1/2 cup flour with a pinch of baking soda and baking powder and salt, since I did not have Bisquick. Also, only used 1/2 cup sugar. With toasted coconut on top, there was plenty of sweetness. I sifted the flour and beat the eggs before mixing ingredients. It was the perfect texture.
  5. ColoradoCooking
    I only use 1 cup sugar and add cocoa powder & powdered sugar together and then sift on top.


  1. EnjoyGoodFood
    Tweak: Instead of using a regular sized pie plate, if you have a round pie or casserole dish that measures 7 or 8 inches across, it makes a more attractive piece of pie (not as flat as the one baked in my 9 inch pie plate). It's very tasty made in either dish :)
  2. EnjoyGoodFood
    Optional tweeks: used kefir instead of buttermilk, reduced sugar to 1 cup, and used 1/3 cup coconut sprinkled on the top.


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