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the ancient mariner
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impossible pie - Wed, 07/26/06 1:48 PM
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My mother was a great pie maker and I, her oldest son, have been a bad pie maker----- until 2 weeks ago when my sis-in-law "the blonde bombshell" told me about Impossible Pie. Soooooooooooo Easy !!!
I looked up the Pie Forum here on Roadfood, and no word of it was found. Here is the recipe for Coconut Custard, one of my favorites.

In a blender combine 2 cups of milk, 4 eggs (Opened and the shells thrown away), 3/4 cup sugar, 1/2 cup Bisquik, 1/4 cup butter and
1 1/2 teaspoons of vanilla. Cover (or wash the ceiling) and blend on low speed for 3 minutes. Turn into a greased pie pan and let stand for 5 minutes. Now since this is a coconut pie we must sprinkle a cup of coconut on the top. Bake at 350F for 40 minutes.

If you have unexpected guests for high tea you can make this while you learn the latest gossip. And there are other recipes, just look up impossiple pie on your 'puter, buy the ingredients and wall-la you too can be a pastry chef. Bon Apetit !!!! RIP Julia !!!!!

tmiles
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RE: impossible pie - Wed, 07/26/06 2:03 PM
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I have had, but not made, a variation of this. It was very good Somehow the Bisquick sinks to the bottom and makes a crust. The variation I had was in a square cake pan rather than a pie pan. The crust stays on the bottom and you do not get crust on the sides.

Donna Douglass
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RE: impossible pie - Wed, 07/26/06 2:25 PM
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There are many, many "impossible" pies possible with Bisquick. I've made many a breakfast "quiche", in addition to Buttermilk Pie. Go to Google for Bisquick Impossible Pie Recipes and you will find a gold mine of possibilities. Easy, fun and good.

I especially liked finding the Buttermilk Pie recipe as I'd never had a recipe for it before and Mom used to make the best Buttermilk Pies in the world, so with Bisquick, I can now have a taste of one of my favorites.

Good luck and happy baking.

Donna

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RE: impossible pie - Wed, 07/26/06 2:47 PM
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Sounds great! But how exactly am I supposed to turn into a greased pie pan?!

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RE: impossible pie - Wed, 07/26/06 2:51 PM
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Ha, ha - hence the the Dipstick!

the ancient mariner
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RE: impossible pie - Wed, 07/26/06 3:53 PM
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reminds me of the la--- no the woman I picked up once and she told me she was a witch I didn't believe her but within a few blocks my car turned into a motel.

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RE: impossible pie - Wed, 07/26/06 7:05 PM
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Oh, man, I do love puns. Keep 'em up!

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RE: impossible pie - Wed, 07/26/06 9:19 PM
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You old sea dog, Thats a good one. buona notte, Ciao Jim