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There are a few steps to this recipe, but it’s definitely worth the extra effort.
The filling is really rich and delicious. The crumb topping sets it apart from an ordinary pumpkin pie. And don’t let the filling fool you. It’s a bit more liquidy compared to other pumpkin pies but sets up while baking wonderfully. You really will be impressed as to how well this yummy pie sets up. No jiggling around in the center here!
I have never been a big pecan fan but let me tell ya, they taste uh-mazing on top of this creamy pumpkin pie. The flavors go hand in hand with the cinnamon and nutmeg. So yummy! I think I’ll have to make this pumpkin pie throughout the whole year instead of solely at Thanksgiving. This recipe is just too doggone good to shelve. Let me know what you think of this pumpkin pie recipe in the comments 🙂
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Quick Tip: Sometimes, my family enjoys eating this pie with vanilla ice cream on top. Yum!