"This pie is delicious, with or without a filling. I make it with pecans and serve it with whipped topping and one shake of nutmeg on top. Or I make it without pecans and fill with fruit filling such as lemon filling. I use soda crackers, saltines, graham crackers or buttery round crackers, finely crushed" — PENILU
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This turned out fantastic! I used chopped almonds instead and added 1 Tbsp. Amaretto, 1 tsp. cinnamon and grated some fresh nutmeg in. I also added 2 more crackers to soak up the Amaretto. I then made a raspberry sauce (1 bag frozen raspberries, sugar, corn starch) and poured it on each slice. It was sooooo good. Everyone loved it! They cannot believe that there are simply crackers in there!
I'm surprised I'm the only one to rate this anything less than stellar. I had high hopes for this recipe, that is until I took a bite. The one pro is it's very simple to prepare (and the only reason why I afforded it 3 stars instead of 2). It smelled wonderfully while cooking, but was far too plain to consume. It needs an oomph to it. It's very thin and unsubstantial. I would consider using this as a crust for some type of pie or custard, other than that, I won't be making this again. Better luck to anyone who makes this recipe!
Wonderful homey dessert. I have also made this using blueberry or cherry pie filling as a filling. Try this, even if it sounds strange. You will be amazed.
This is a great pie. My husband doesn't care for sweet things but loves this pie. I did, however, use 3/4 cup sugar instead of the full cup the second time I made it. With the whipped topping on it, it was plenty sweet without all the sugar.
I baked a little on my silpat sheet alongside the pie, filled it with almond whipped cream, then crumbled the extra on top. So delicious!
I have been searching for this recipe for years! My mom always talked about it and I have been wanting to make it for her but she called it Ritz cracker pie & I couldn't find a recipe! This was great! Everyone loved it! I used walnuts in it and it still gave a great flavor, almost like a pecan pie. A big hit. Thanks so much! Can't wait to make it again.
Really good! I made the recipe exactly as written, except I was a couple of saltines short. I substituted vanilla wafers for what I was missing. Easiest pie I have ever made, that's for sure! YUM!
Good, but I thought it was too sweet.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Soda Cracker Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 96
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