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Who Else Wants A Slice Of This Amazing Pie?
I can’t wait to make this incredible pie again! And you know what? I will be making this pie again very soon as Thanksgiving is quickly approaching. I know my holiday dinner guests will be super excited to chow down on this yummy dessert.
And what is that pie, you ask! Well, my friends, this is cider eggnog pie and I guarantee you’re going to love it. You’ve never tasted a creamy pie until you’ve tasted this one, that’s how I feel anyway! I, personally, do not like eggnog but I find that the flavors work perfectly in this dessert.
If you’re worried about the cider, don’t be. It’s not a dominant flavor in this pie at all. In fact, if you’re a big fan of apple cider, you may even want to boost up the flavor by replacing all the liquids in this pie with cider. However, this is one of my all-time favorite pie recipes as is, so I would highly recommend giving this a go at first – before you start making any tweaks!
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Quick Tip: You might want to make two of these pies because they go fast!