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Modified from a Better Homes and garden recipe for our families liking. Easy thing to prepare (15 min) with the rest of your dinner and pop in the oven as your sitting down for dinner. Serving size is for 2 people but can easily be doubled. Nutritional calculation does not include icecreamSubmitted by JENTURNBOUGH
This cranberry relish has no added sugar. It's great with turkey for Thanksgiving and Christmas.Submitted by KARENA-G
I only used half of an onion but only because I don't really like onion much. Also, it turned out kinda thick using 1.5 cups of coconut milk. So if you like it soupier, you may want to add more.
For the sausage, I like it really spicy, but any sausage will work. Submitted by JENAG24
I have made this recipe for years, using full-fat ingredients. Tried it this year using low fat ingredients, and wanted to calculate it here to see how many calories a piece of this dessert will be.Submitted by MAGGIEROSEBOWL
This Recipe is trippled for full value and makes 8 9" pies with 6 servings each pie.
We served one pie to each family in my sister's daycare. It was a great project for the under 5 year old group.Submitted by JUNEBUGT
I made a pretty good Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake last year and decided to expand upon it with a brownie crust. What a yummy combination!Submitted by RUMBAMEL
The original recipie had 211 Calories, 54 fat caloires & 37g carbs! eek! This has 77.6 Calories, 1.1g Fat & 17.6g Carbs! Yummy Submitted by MYJOURNEYTOLOSE
My mother-in-law's recipe calls for peanut butter, but my daughter loves chocolate..so we used almond-chocolate butter, nutella instead. It calls for Dream Whip made instead of cool whip, but I couldn't find the calorie count for that. Sorry but lo-cal substitutes I have tried all create soup instead of pie.Submitted by TRISHP1961