I made this pie for my mother's birthday. It was horrible - it was so runny and it overflowed in the 9" pie crust. It was also so sweet we had to throw it away. Not sure what happened.
mason2009 Posted: 03/01/11
GraciousHome Posted: 10/07/11
This recipe is very close to an old family recipe I have for Buttermilk Pie that I have always thrown a handful of coconut and choc chips into. It must be baked long enough or it will be runny. The recipe does make more than needed for a 9". Best if you fill to the bottom of the scaloped part of the crust. The top should be browned nicely and only the center should have a slight jiggle. It is a sweet pie, but our family loves it. Best served cold.. Add a spoonful of homemade whipped cream and drizzle with a nice chocolate sauce. Awesome!