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Old Fashion Southern Sweet Potato Pie: How to Make Homemade

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Published on Nov 10, 2016

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This sweet potato pie is just like the one that momma or grandma used to make. Patti LaBelle can't hold a candle to this potato custard pie. Put this on your table or give one as a gift and they will be calling you a rock star! Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, Easter or just Sunday dinner. Holiday or not this pie will make you drool for more. Pies, cobblers, tarts and other desserts are the best way to say a big old southern "I love you." No matter if you live as far south as Texas or Georgia or as far North as New York or you might be in California on the West Coast or anywhere in-between or around the world ….. you’re gonna love this!

Old Fashion Sweet Potato Pie

5 & ½ cups of baked sweet potatoes
4 cups of sugar
2 sticks butter (melted)
3 eggs
1 & ½ cups of milk
2 tbsp. lemon juice
½ tbsp. vanilla extract
½ tbsp. lemon extract
½ tbsp. butter extract
1 tsp. nutmeg
1 tsp. allspice
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. salt
6 tbsp. flour
3 pre-made pie shells (deep dish)

Bake at 350 in pre-heated oven for 90 to 100 minutes. Let stand for 2 hours on cooling racks (until completely cool) before cutting. Enjoy! These pies freeze well, just slip into 1 gallon size freezer bags after they have cooled.

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