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I have searched far and wide for a recipe for sugar pie that was like my nana’s.
I was heartbroken when we lost her and no one had it. It was the one she made at every holiday and that got eaten in no time flat – and for good reason!
It was so incredibly delicious and it just reminds me of home, plain and simple! I love making and serving vintage desserts. It makes me think back to how women cooked at a time before I was born. I wish I could have been alive back then 🙂
I have tried and tried recipes to no avail. Something was always missing and I feel like it was the instructions for this one that did it. Before, I never reduced the heat at the end of the bake time and I feel like that was the trick!
Either way, you owe it to yourself, friends and family to try this pie out and see why it’s a staple in so many households. Not matter how full I am at the end of a meal if I know there’s sugar pie I am having a slice!
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Quick Tip: I like serving this pie with fresh fruit and coffee.