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Shoofly Pie II

Submitted by: Karen Melson 
This version of the classic pie has delightful hints of nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon, and cloves. 
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Shoofly Pie I

Submitted by: Ivy Smink 
This pie whips up in a wink, but it tastes like you 've been in the kitchen for hours. A brown sugar crumble is stirred into the molasses and egg filling, and then it 's sprinkled on top of the pie before it 's baked. The result is a gooey, not-to-sweet, delicious pie that begs to be topped with scoops of vanilla ice cream. 
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Wet-Bottom Shoofly Pie

Submitted by: Bea Gassman 
Home Town: Glenwood, New York, USA
Living In: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
The "wet-bottom" in this pie consists of molasses, corn syrup and water. Brown sugar crumb rest between layers of the molasses mixture. 
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My Grandma's Shoo-Fly Pie

Submitted by: D. Stultz 
Brown sugar and molasses sweeten up this Pennsylvania-Dutch classic. 
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Not-Too- Dry Shoofly Pie

Submitted by: Kevin Ryan 
A corn syrup and molasses filling is poured into an unbaked pie crust, topped with a brown sugar and shortening crumble, and baked. This Pennsylvania Dutch recipe makes a mighty find sweet and gooey pie. 
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Shoofly Pie V

Submitted by: FORDER1 
A classic Pennsylvania Dutch pie made with molasses, brown sugar and butter. 
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Shoofly Pie III

Submitted by: Charley Gravley 
This simple pie's molasses filling is stirred up, combined with a brown sugar crumble, and poured into a prepared crust. Then a bit more crumble is sprinkled on the top. Serve it with whipped cream or ice cream. 
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Traditional Shoofly Pie

Submitted by: Robert Manning 
It's gooey sweet and unadorned by a top crust. What better invitation to come join the party does a hungry insect need? It should be called "molasses pie," but it's whimsically named shoofly because its "open" structure lures flies that must be shooed away. Shoofly Pie is thought to be a Pennsylvania Dutch creation, and may be a direct descendant of "Centennial Cake" introduced at the first World's Fair -- the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exposition. 
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Shoofly Pie IV

Submitted by: Kim Clark 
A quick and easy variation on the classic Shoofly Pie. 
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Chocolate Chiffon Pie

Submitted by: CG 
Here is a recipe from my late grandma. The creamy chocolate filling is light as a cloud. You can serve each slice with a dollop of whipped cream if you like. Please note: this recipe contains raw eggs. We recommend that pregnant women, young children, the elderly and the infirm do not consume raw eggs. Important: be sure to use only fresh eggs for this recipe. 
 
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