Listing of Recipes in the ‘Pies’ Category

Got this recipe from my co-worker Carol Robson.   Here are her comments: This is a really easy recipe to make.  Be sure to use real butter (no substitutes). Debi Fasig (co-worker and contributor to Bartholomew Buffet) said that she likes my pecan pie bars better than hers!!  That’s a HUGE   Read More ...

Apple pie making has been used for fund raising by the youth and adults of St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. Since 1986, youth and adults have gone to Mt. T.O.P (Tennessee Outreach Project) as volunteers in mission trip. The number of pies made is in the thousands. The Wednesday before   Read More ...

Categories: Cookbook, Desserts, Pies

Dee commenting on Leta’s reaction when asked about this recipe: “She was speechless but her eyes were wide. I suppose drool was involved.” Editor’s note: Leta called for this recipe one afternoon when her recipe collection was in my office. Apparently she could not go without it for more than   Read More ...

Categories: Cookbook, Desserts, Pies

I got this from Carol Gordon, a friend from Grundy Center and the mother of Liza’s first love, John. (Man was he cute.) I was surprised at how easy it was. 1/3 C. butter 3 eggs 1 C. pecans 1 tsp. vanilla 3/4 C. brown sugar, packed 1 C. corn   Read More ...

Categories: Cookbook, Desserts, Pies

This recipe I got from Cindy Staley. Her and Aunt Elaine were the matchmakers for us, Uncle Jim and Aunt Jeanette. I had never made a pie before I was married and Cindy gave me this recipe and I have made several pies since. It is so easy. You will   Read More ...

NOTE: Prepare the night before. 1 lb. butter, melted and cooled (not margarine) 4 eggs, beat until foamy 1 C. flour 1 C. brown sugar 2 C. pecans, chopped 1 C. sugar 12 oz. chocolate chips Combine flour, sugar and brown sugar and add slowly to eggs, beating with a   Read More ...

Categories: Cookbook, Cookies, Desserts, Pies

1 stick margarine 1 C. flour 1/4 C. milk NO SALT Cut the flour into the margarine. Add milk. Mix into a ball and divide in 2 for 1 double-crust pie.

Categories: Cookbook, Miscellaneous, Pies

This recipe came from the Dunkerton, Iowa, First Baptist Church Cookbook – 1932 1 C. sugar 2 T. cornstarch Juice of 1 lemon 1 T. butter 2 egg yolks Mix the above and add 1 cup boiling water. Bring this to a boil and pour into crust. Use the egg   Read More ...

Categories: Cookbook, Desserts, Pies

1 – 6 oz. can frozen limeade concentrate 1 – 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk 1 – 8 oz. carton whipped topping 1 – 8″ graham cracker pie shell Thaw limeade concentrate. Combine with sweetened condensed milk in bowl; blend well. Fold in whipped topping. Spoon mixture into pie   Read More ...

Categories: Cookbook, Desserts, Pies

2 large (HUGE ones) Hershey bars 1 – 16 oz. container Cool Whip Graham cracker crust Melt candy bars in microwave. Stir until smooth. Fold in 3/4 of Cool Whip, leaving enough to have a layer on top of pie. Pour into crust. Top with remaining Cool Whip. Cover with   Read More ...

Categories: Cookbook, Desserts, Pies

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