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Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
Cherry Cheesecake Pie
I have used this recipe for about twenty years. I ' m going to make one now since there's a winter storm and I have a bag of cranberries to use. Very easy and delicious. I read some of the complaints and wanted to point out, the lemon juice is a counter to the sweetness of the filling. Also, the citrus reacts to the cream cheese, enabling the pie to set. You will notice almost as soon as you start stirring in the lemon that the cheese/milk mixture will start to firm. The only times I have trouble with it being too runny or soft is when I add less than the required 1/3cup of lemon juice. Though I have never had a hard set (this is the first I'd heard of baking it and I may have to try), it has been firm enough to cut pieces and pull out a creamy slice. If the sight of creamy cream cheese and sweet cherries spilling over disturbs you, this may not be the best recipe. One other note, any pie topping will work--pineapple is delicious.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 6, 2013
Crustless Cranberry Pie
Wonderful surprise. I baked this in a 8" square casserole dish with an additional 1/2 cup of brown sugar. i also did the topping thing by tossing walnuts with a little flour, melted butter and more brown sugar. Turned out surprisingly good. This really is for people who love the tart of cranberries and next time i will have it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, but this went great with coffee.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 25, 2011
Hot Buttered Rum Batter
Like everyone, i agree the flavor of this is great--you could eat it with a spoon or drink it with a straw. But this is butter-based and really doesn't mix well with hot water. I have tried it in coffee but I think i will try it with hot milk and/or simply use it as an ice cream topping.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 25, 2011

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