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Thread: Easy Custard Pie

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    Easy Custard Pie

    This is soooooo good AND easy!!

    4 eggs
    3/4 cup sugar
    1/2 cup flour
    2 tsp vanilla
    a pinch of salt
    2 cups 2% milk
    1/4 cup butter

    Throw it in the blender. Blend well. Pour in a 9 inch greased (I use butter) pie pan and cook at 350 for 45 minutes.

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    Thanks for sharing ..... I'm thinking that with the flour, it separates and makes a crust, all on its own?
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    It's impossible pie. I make it all the time and add 1 cup flaked coconut and 1 cup chopped pecans. The nuts and coconut come to the top and brown and it is delicious. It does make it's own crust.

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    Another note on the pie. It bakes better in a pie pan rather than a glass pie plate.
    The glass tends to keep the crust softer and the tin will bake a little more done on the bottom.

    sassy granny

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    Quote Originally Posted by sassy granny View Post
    It's impossible pie. I make it all the time and add 1 cup flaked coconut and 1 cup chopped pecans. The nuts and coconut come to the top and brown and it is delicious. It does make it's own crust.
    I've made the impossible quiche ... so know this one will be ever so delicious, especially with your coconut and pecan addition!
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    The impossible pie is one of my familys favorite...I do add the coconut...may have to make a couple today..always two, one for DH and I and one for DD and family. you are right about being easy....alway looking for time saving ideas..so there is more time at the sewing machine.

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    I'm trying this right now. This will be my new good to desert. Every time it seems I go to make a pie, I don't have a pre-purchased crust and jiffy pie crust is harder to find. Not having to worry with making a crust makes this the perfect recipe.
    Thank you. thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Thanks for sharing ..... I'm thinking that with the flour, it separates and makes a crust, all on its own?
    es it does. I sould have included that bit of info.

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    I have been making this delicious recipe for about three years now and it is a winner whenever I serve it. So far everyone has liked it except my son in law. His loss, right? Thanks for spreading the word about this so easy recipe.
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    I make this pie all the time!! It's a great hit with everyone. You can add some cocoa to make chocolate. Or some coconut to make it coconut custard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pippi65 View Post
    I make this pie all the time!! It's a great hit with everyone. You can add some cocoa to make chocolate. Or some coconut to make it coconut custard.
    ............ or some fruit ............. or some jam ............ or ?
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    Thanks for sharing! My husband LOVES custard pie! This is easier than the recipe I have .

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    Sounds great Have a question about the butter Do you melt it first or just throw it in right from the frig?? Thank you
    Fran

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    Pippi65, what type chocolate do you use for this pie? Dry cocoa or melted chocolate? Thanks for you help...family loves chocolate...no, I LOVE chocolate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fran624 View Post
    Sounds great Have a question about the butter Do you melt it first or just throw it in right from the frig?? Thank you
    Fran
    You want to melt the butter.
    This recipe reminded me of my aunt who was making this for company into her 90's. After seeing this yesterday I decided to make this for last nights dinner. I added coconut and my non coconut eating son wolfed it down.

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    It's in the oven now, I hope it works. Looked like vanilla milk when I poured it in the pan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    It's in the oven now, I hope it works. Looked like vanilla milk when I poured it in the pan!
    Yes ... it should thicken up nicely, and the flour will drop out to form a thin crust.
    Did you add the coconut and nuts? or keep it plain?
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    I added the coconut, I didn't have nuts. So when this works maybe next time
    It smells great!
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    Here it is It's really very very good!! I don't have a pie pan so I used a lasagna pan
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    Anael ... who cares about the pan ... just so long as it is good!
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    Wow! Thanks. Everyone laughs at me when I tell them at 70 years of age I have never attempted to make a pie crust. I had an ex-mother-in-law whose crust melted in your mouth and I've always been intimadated by that. My mom's pie crust.........well. :-)

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    Steady Stiching Thank you very much for the reply. Will have to try this.
    Fran

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    I'm making this for the 3rd time now. This time I added coconut and pecan nuts.
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    Tried your pie today along with the Rhubarb Custard Cake and we and our company loved them both. I love this board. Thank you, ladies, for all you do.

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