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Oh my this is good! My second pie for Pi Day 2015. I added 1 tsp of vanilla and omitted the nuts, mine baked in 50 minutes at 350 degrees. Served with vanilla bean ice cream and a chocolate caramel drizzle with strawberries on the side.
Made this one and it was fantastic! Just wondering if anyone has tried mixing all the ingredients and holding off baking it for an hour or two? I'd like to serve it warm after dinner, but don't want to be rushing to get it mixed up and in the oven, just as I'm finishing the dinner prep. Thanks.
This has been one of the traditional pies served at my family's Thanksgiving for years. It's a simple recipe to modify as well. I've added extra spices sometimes. I've also made it with caramel bits instead of chocolate chips cardamom cinnamon and a pinch of salt to finish off the top of it and my friends have gone crazy for it.