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This was a pie my great geandmother use to make. We have been having family cook-offs for 15 years trying to get it right because she never shared her recipie before she died! I will be trying this recipie this year at thanksgiving!
I really loved this recipe. It has a wonderful flavor and texture. It is also super quick and easy to make. I did double the vanilla in the recipe but other than that I made it as suggested. Thank you Marge for this wonderful homey pie. This is a definite keeper!!
This was a great pie. The recipe was simple but delicous. I added some cinnamon to mine and my family loved it. We ate it when it was still a little warm with some whip cream. I will be making this again and agian.
I didn't know how much I was supposed to whisk the egg and blend the mixture. I think I blended too long and there was too much air inside and my pie was bubbling in the oven! But it tasted great in the end although it was more like a sweet sugar pie rather than a cream pie to me and my husband.
Great base for a pie. If you have any LorAnn's Gourmet flavoring oils you could easily make this pie into anything you desire. I was going to add some cinnamon like most previous reviewers suggested but then I had an idea to 1/3 cup liquid Chai concentrate. I also added 1/2 teaspoon of saigon cinnamon. Great to add fresh whipped cream and a drizzle of caramel on top! Very easy!