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Unread 12-03-2009, 03:28 PM   #1
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Default Bourbon Sweet Potato Pie

I made this for Thanxgiving dinner but just now getting around to posting it. If you like pumkin pie you love this one and pretty easy to make.

Bourbon Sweet Potato Pie

Yield 1 pie

1 – 9” pie shell
2 cups (1 - 20 oz. can) - cooked sweet potatoes
½ stick - melted butter
1 can - sweetened condense milk
1 tsp – vanilla extract
1 egg – beaten
¼ tsp – nutmeg
½ tsp – cinnamon
2 tbsp – bourbon

Combine last 8 ingredients and mix well. Pour into pie shell and bake for approx 60 minutes or until tooth pick inserted in the center comes out clean. Serve warm or cold with dollop of whipped cream.




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Unread 12-03-2009, 03:29 PM   #2
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Yummmmeeee. Gonna hafta try that one.
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I haven't had good Sweet Potato Pie in 30 years... I'm thinking that I just found the desert for Sunday's dinner!!!!!

Question, would it work with Jack D.?
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Mmm. Nice pie you had there.
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I haven't had good Sweet Potato Pie in 30 years... I'm thinking that I just found the desert for Sunday's dinner!!!!!

Question, would it work with Jack D.?
What? In the pie or in the cook?
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I haven't had good Sweet Potato Pie in 30 years... I'm thinking that I just found the desert for Sunday's dinner!!!!!

Question, would it work with Jack D.?
I'm sure it would work fine.
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What? In the pie or in the cook?
Ummmmm.... Yep!
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I'm sure it would work fine.
Thanks, I thought so but figured I would ask... Now if I can find a whole 2 Tablespoons worth....
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Thanks for the recipe. I have been craving sweet potato pie and this looks so easy and good!
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looks good
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I'd go to Hell and back for a piece of that pie. Nice........
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Bake at what temp? 350? I'm going to try one in the Egg.
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Looks mighty good and bet it tastes even better!
Pretty sure I can come up with a couple tablespoons of Jim Beam.......
Definitely on the short list to make real soon.
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yummy, will be trying that soon! I hate pumpkin pie
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Bake at what temp? 350? I'm going to try one in the Egg.
Yep, 350o, forgot to include that. Also feel free to adjust the amount of bourbon to your liking.
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Mmmmm....pie....(Homer mod)
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