Raisin Pie III Recipe
Lots and lots of plump raisins are combined with a thick, sweetened milk and butter mixture that 's spooned into a waiting crust. The top crust is fitted on and this old fashioned pie is baked until golden. Serve it with generous scoops of vanilla ice cream.
This version of a classic pie is wonderfully spiced with nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon. The spices are stirred into a sweet sour cream and raisin filling that is poured into a pastry crust. The pie bakes in under an hour and is best served warm with whipped cream.
Baked pineapple is showcased beautifully in this double-crusted pie. The pineapple filling is cooked a bit on the stove to thicken and blend the flavors, and then it 's piled into a prepared crust, topped with another and slipped into the oven to bake. Serve warm with mounds of vanilla ice cream.
This is one of my favorite pies my mother used to make at least 50 years ago.
Raisins are plumped in water, and brown sugar, cornstarch, cinnamon, vinegar and butter are stirred in. The filling is poured into a pastry shell, covered with a top crust, and baked in a hot oven for 30 minutes. Cool and serve with ice cream.
Tastes like the best apple pie you have ever had. Make people guess what it is! They will want another slice.
This is a rich, flavorful pie that 's like eating a pecan pie without the pecans. Along with the sugar, butter and eggs, this recipe calls for cornmeal, vinegar and vanilla.
The berries in this wonderful double-crust pie are doused with lemon juice for a little zip. Sugar, flour and salt are sprinkled over the glistening berries, and the top crust is sealed and fluted. It 's then plopped into a hot oven and baked until the crust is golden.
This very old recipe has a small amount of milk and a bit of flour stirred into the custard, so it bakes up more dense than a traditional custard. And the nutmeg adds a wonderful flavor to this heavier baked pie. Serve warm or cold with whipped cream.
The classic Southern buttermilk custard pie with a sprinkling of nutmeg.