Oatmeal Pecan Pie can serve as a Thanksgiving dessert or a breakfast treat!
The island air is cool and crisp and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. I’ll be making this smooth, chiffon-like pie, which is my go-to-recipe every year. Try topping it with a dollop of whipped cream and a dusting of cinnamon for an extra pop.
With the advent of fall we’ve naturally segued into a baking mood. If you don’t have a tart pan then just roll the dough into a 12-inch square and place on a parchment paper-lined baking sheet, top with sliced apples to the edges. Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes until crisp.
Cayenne won’t shout hot and spicy, but will instead add a welcome warmth to the fruit filling. A mix of dark sweet and tart cherries strikes the right balance of sweet and sour.
Key limes are more aromatic and have a tarter and more floral juice. Key Lime Pie is a delicious and easy dessert that’s always a welcome dessert.
Almost any combination of fruit or berries can be used separately or in combination for this tart. Oranges, pears, grapes, kiwis, bananas in winter. Berries, peaches, plums in summer. Just make sure that the fruit is nice and ripe.
I usually add almond paste when making pies. The addition of a layer of almond paste makes a great apple pie extraordinary!
Make sure not to substitute sweetened condensed milk with evaporated milk.
This recipe is for a single method for making both short and puff pastry, using approximately equal weights of flour and butter. If you prefer to use less butter for short pastry, it can be reduced to as little as half the weight of the flour with good results; to be transformed into puff pastry, best results can be had only with the maximum measure of butter.
These delicious Strawberry Rhubarb Hand Pies are a great treat for any day, but especially Father’s Day. Crisp rhubarb has a tart flavor that teams up perfectly with sweet strawberries.