Recipe by BakesCake
"My two boys have multiple food allergies and I wanted to try out pumpkin pie. They call this 'Killer Pumpkin Pie' because they say it tastes 'killer.' It's light and spicy and, dairy and soy free. It's fast and easy with a pressed crust which mixes in the pan."
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1 1/2 cups
all-purpose flour plus
dark brown sugar
1 (15 ounce) can
1 1/4 cups
It's the crust I want to rate/review. I've been using this crust recipe for years as I'm not very good at making rolled crusts. This is soooo easy and is very flaky. If using it in an 8" inch pan, reserve some of the dough to crumble on the top of the filling--almost a double crust pie! The double baking time helps keep the bottom from getting soggy, even with juicy fruit pies!
Adrienne can eat it with her current list of food intolerances and everyone said it was pretty good. It took longer to cook than it said, though.
Very yummy. I had to bake it twice as long as called for, but otherwise everything was perfect. I thought it was much more flavorful after it had sat in the fridge for 24 hours. We will be making this again!
I made it again (three pies in 2 days!) This time I left out the oil and halved the cinnamon plus baked it at at 425 degrees for 5 extra minutes before lowering the temperature. It was WAY better than the first attempt!! It still took longer to bake, though not nearly as long as the first pie! And I tried the crust this time- SO EASY AND YUMMY! I may never buy a premade crust again! :)
This recipe is so good!! I made the crust and filling, no one even noticed the difference!!
i made this twice both times with fresh pumpkin that i steamed then mushed up with a fork and just a half cup of sugar. the second time i added an extra cup of pumpkin, lessen the oil and took out an egg and it was still awesome
I used this recipe to make a large 12" inch pie and it was delicious. Even though I have good luck with rolled crusts, I tried the one in the recipe and was pleasantly surprised. For the 12" pie I one and a half times the crust ingredients and doubled the filling which was exactly the right proportions. I used unsweetened almond milk which is what I had on hand and was thrilled at how unnoticable this change made to the taste of the pie (and really decreased the number of calories per serving--an added bonus).
I too would have had to cook this pie longer than stated even in a regular sized pan. In my supersized pan (microwave safe) I cooked the pie for 6 minutes on high in the microwave--which is a great trick for lessening overall cooking time of pies if your pan is microwave safe. I then cooked pie in oven @ 425° for 15 minutes and 350° for an hour. Simply a perfect pumpkin pie.--Johanna
This pie is amazing! I chose this recipe because it is dairy free and because of the easy-sounding pie crust. I was a little worried because it just seemed too easy, but happily I was wrong. It turned out excellent, no one could tell it was any different than a traditional pumpkin pie, and it was the first thing to go at our Thanksgiving dinner. This is my new go-to recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Killer Pumpkin Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 176
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