September 03, 2018

That Time I Went To The Cinnamon Festival...

Okay, I didn't go to a Cinnamon Festival. As far as I know it's not a real thing. But it was in an episode of Psych so...

This recipe was inspired by said episode in which Gus and Shawn eat more slices of cinnamon pie than I can count (okay, I could but then I'd have to watch the whole episode, which I didn't have time for). Per my post yesterday, this is actually from years ago, when I had a different blog (same blog different name), and never published it... because of reasons?



Looks good right?


Cinnamon Pie

Ingredients:
1 c. white sugar
1.5 Tbsp flour
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1 pinch salt
1 egg, beaten
2 Tbsp melted butter
1 tsp vanilla extract
1.5 c milk
1 unbaked pie crust (10", these are found in freezer section)
Optional: Whipped cream

Directions...

1) Preheat oven to 400º F
2) In a medium bowl combine sugar, flour, cinnamon and salt.
3) Add beaten egg, butter and vanilla. Mix well.
4) Add milk. Mixture will be very thin, aka "liquid-y".
5) If using the aluminum pie plate it came in, place crust on cookie sheet first. Pour mixture into pie crust and place in oven.
No, I didn't put my crust on a cookie sheet first, that was an after thought.
6) Bake at 400º for 15 minutes then reduce to 350º for an additional 45 minutes.
Will look cooked on top, but pudding like underneath until it sets.
7) Let cool completely to set before serving (I did not do that when I cut the slice in the above picture. I suggest refrigerating).
8) If desired, serve with whipped cream!
9) Watch Psych.


8 comments :

  1. Good pie and some Psych...that sounds like one hell of a combination to me! I think this is perfect to set off my first day off in a long, long time!!

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  2. Okay, first? Never apologise for posting dessert recipes. Who cares about healthy stuff when there's pie on offer?? ;)

    I'm intrigued by that pie. I've only ever made apple pie. Is the middle of it like cinnamon flavoured custard? I don't think you can get frozen pie crusts here, but if you can, I think I'll have to try this!

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  3. @Thundercat: I know the feeling!

    @Melbourne: This actually tastes a lot like apple pie sans apples. And yes sort of custard-y, flan-like. Looks like the same consistency of pumpkin pie but I don't really know because I don't eat pumpkin pie. I'm sure you don't have to use a frozen pie crust, just most of us wouldn't make one from scratch because that's a whole other daunting task. This was really so easy it wasn't even funny.

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  4. That looks so good! Yeah we do not get frozen pie crusts either but then I prefer making them from scratch anyway :) I have so many posts of your recipes bookmarked its not even funny!

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  5. @Apfel: That's awesome! I'm thrilled that I'm bringing you recipes you want to make. I have so many recipes I want to try too which is one of the reasons I made it a feature on my blog; so that I force myself to make something new at least once a week :)

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  6. That's a good episode! I've seen it like three times :)

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  7. @Miss me: Well they all are!

    @Sammi: Heck yeah! It was better once it set. Took me a few weeks to finish since I kept forgetting it was in my fridge. :P

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