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Portuguese Egg Tarts

Submitted by: vivienw 
Living In: Seattle, Washington, USA
Using a boxed pie crust mix makes these sweet and golden Portuguese egg tarts so easy to make. 
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Elva's Custard Pie

Submitted by: Evelyn 
A simple egg custard pie delicately flavored with nutmeg and vanilla. 
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Custard Pie III

Submitted by: Susie Young 
Evaporated milk together with whole milk make this easy-to-make custard pie nice and velvety. It bakes up in an hour and is wonderful served warm or chilled. 
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Egg Custard Pie III

Submitted by: Pat 
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. 
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Sour Cream Custard Pie

Submitted by: Mary48 
Cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, sour cream and lots of raisins make this custard pie special. Everything is stirred together in one big bowl, and then the mixture is spooned into a pastry shell and baked. Let the pie cool and serve it with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. 
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Custard Pie I

Submitted by: Susan 
This is a very simple, very creamy custard pie. All the ingredients stir up in one bowl, then the mixture is poured into an unbaked pie shell, dusted with cinnamon and nutmeg, and baked for an hour. 
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Coconut Custard Pie V

Submitted by: sal 
This recipe makes two glorious pies of exquisite coconut custard with lightly sweetened clouds of meringue floating over. 
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Coconut Custard Pie I

Submitted by: Lesley 
This is a thick, creamy and wonderfully sweet custard pie filled with lots of coconut. It bakes up beautifully and is terrific served with unsweetened whipped cream with a dusting of nutmeg. 
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Custard Pie II

Submitted by: Yvonne 
Aside from the when you have to scald the milk, everything else is a snap. This creamy pie cooks in 30 minutes and tastes like an old-fashioned custard pie. 
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Pumpkin Custard Pie I

Submitted by: Carolyn 
The proportions are perfect in this old Amish recipe with just the right amount of sugar, eggs and spices mixed into the pumpkin puree and milk. The thick and creamy filling bakes up deliciously after an hour in the oven. Serve with whipped cream and a sprinkling of candied ginger. 
 
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