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Pumpkin Goat Cheese Pie

Absolutely scrumptious pie! Surprise your family and make Pumpkin Goat Cheese Pie for dinner. Crust Graham Cracker Crust, 1 tsp each cinnamon and ground ginger (for added spice). Filling 8 ounces goat cheese, 2 packages (8 ounces each) cream cheese, 11⁄2 cups sugar, 11⁄4 cups canned pumpkin purée (one 15-ounce can …

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Pecan Oatmeal Pie

Pecan Oatmeal Pie is delicious and, maybe even more important, very easy to make. Surprise you family, friends, or colleagues with this scrumptious treat. Crust Basic Pie Dough for two single-crust pies Filling ½ cup (1 stick) butter, softened, ½ cup sugar, ½ tsp cinnamon, ½ tsp salt, ¼ tsp …

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Harvest Pie

Harvest Pie can be anything you want it to be. In this pie, you can combine whatever is in season: apples, blackberries, pears, strawberries. Be prepared to be surprised. If it turns out a disaster (but it won’t), simply serve it with ice cream. This is one recipe variation, keep in mind …

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Black Bottom Banana Cream Pie

Add a layer of chocolate, and an already seductive banana cream pie will become even more seductive. This is a pie that you certainly have to try. Crust 1½ cups graham cracker crumbs, ½ cup sugar, ½ tsp cinnamon, ½ tsp salt, ½ cup (1 stick) butter, melted. Filling ½ cup sugar, 4 …

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Pumpkin Pie with Gingersnap Crust

Do you like a classic pumpkin pie? Why not taking it up a notch by adding a zing of ginger? As you may know, ginger is an aphrodisiac, used in ancient Chinese medicine. So, what do you think? A gingersnap crust and a scoop of lavender ice cream on the …

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Peaches and Cream Kuchen

When it comes to Peaches and Cream Kuchen, you’ll want to devour every last crumb of this sweet and rich dessert. If you’re wondering what “kuchen” means, it’s the German word for cake, however, in Germany cake has a broader meaning and covers anything from classic spongy cakes and tarts to pies. Crust 2 cups flour, …

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Triple Berry Pie

Triple Berry Pie is the perfect choice when you teach your children how to make a pie. Why? Well, firstly there’s no cutting involved, and secondly, the berries are vivid and colorful, and the final pies look really pretty. If you use frozen berries, thaw them only partially, so they don’t drown …

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Amish Funeral Pie

If you live in southeast Iowa, where many Amish communities are, you have probably already heard about raisin pie. In places, it’s known as Amish Funeral Pie because it’s often served at funerals. The ingredients are always easy to find and, more important, the sweetness of the pie helps the grieving families forget …

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Sweet Potato Pie

Sweet Potato Pie traces its roots back to the Colonial days in American history. It was once served as a side dish before it became popular as a dessert. Do you wrinkle your nose at the texture and taste of sweet potatoes? But do you know how many A-vitamins you could get by eating the …

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Apple-Sour Cream-Walnut Pie

This Apple-Sour Cream-Walnut Pie reflects the reality of life—a little bitter at times, a little sour, and yet, luckily, the sweetness wins out in the end. I know, you’re probably wondering why should one ruin a great apple pie with something like the bitterness of the walnuts and sourness of the cream in …

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