Peach Custard Pie

2 - 3 cups copped fresh peaches 2 eggs-beaten 2 tbsp melted butter 1 tsp vanilla 1 cup sugar or splenda 2 saltine crackers-crushed 1 unbaked 9 inch pie crust-commercial or home made 1. Combine peaches, eggs, butter, sugar, vanilla, and cracker crumbs; let stand 10 minutes. 2. Pour into

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    2 - 3 cups copped fresh peaches
    2 eggs-beaten
    2 tbsp melted butter
    1 tsp vanilla
    1 cup sugar or splenda
    2 saltine crackers-crushed
    1 unbaked 9 inch pie crust-commercial or home made

    1. Combine peaches, eggs, butter, sugar, vanilla, and cracker crumbs; let stand 10 minutes.
    2. Pour into crust.
    3. Bake in preheated oven at 400 for 15 minutes.
    4. Reduce heat to 375; bake for 35-45 minutes longer.

    Note: I have two recipes for this, both are almost identical, except one calls for crushed saltine crackers, the other for 1 tbsp uncooked old fashioned oatmeal.
    Not sure which would be better. One day I'll try both.

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    Default Re: Peach Custard Pie

    Quote Originally Posted by MrsPaws View Post
    Note: I have two recipes for this, both are almost identical, except one calls for crushed saltine crackers, the other for 1 tbsp uncooked old fashioned oatmeal.
    Not sure which would be better. One day I'll try both.
    That's great to know, as least if we don't have 1 of the items, we should have the other!
    ~Enjoy!~

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    Default Re: Peach Custard Pie

    Man that sounds so good...gonna have to run to the store and grab some peaches now..thanks a bunch...my kids will love ya for giving this recipe to me

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    Default Re: Peach Custard Pie

    This sounds so yummy I just keep coming back to it. I'm thinking I'll try it with (home)canned peaches and adjust the cooking time accordingly . . .
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    Default Re: Peach Custard Pie

    Quote Originally Posted by Liss View Post
    This sounds so yummy I just keep coming back to it. I'm thinking I'll try it with (home)canned peaches and adjust the cooking time accordingly . . .
    Liss, how long do you think the cooking time needs to be adjusted?
    I don't have any home canned peaches, but I do have commercial ones.
    I used my last few fresh peaches in our menu this week, but I want to make this again soon. AND no one has these on sale locally....So...canned it'll have to be.

 

 

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