Easiest Custard Pie That Makes its Own Crust!

Easiest Custard Pie That Makes its Own Crust

You can’t find an easier custard pie than my recipe.

 

This recipe is for, perhaps, the easiest custard pie in the universe!  Regardless if you’re a master baker, an inexperienced one, or just someone that loves desserts but finds no time to whip one up, then I think you’ll want to try this recipe.  This is so delicious that you need to sample this one yourself.  This is the perfect pie to make when you’re desperate for something sweet but feel lazy to bake, but still want it.

You don’t fool around with pie crust for this one.  Yes, you heard me.  This particular easiest custard pie recipe will do its magic and blend together to make a pie crust of its own.

All you do is get our mixing bowl, throw all the ingredients, beat with a whisk or your electric mixer, and then pour into a greased and floured 9-inch glass pie plate and bake.

If we all didn’t live so far apart, then I would have invited everyone over for a slice because this is the kind of pie that great to share with friends.  I would have just been busy baking for a little while, but I know you would have enjoyed it as much as I would have meeting each of you!

For all you custard pie lovers, I have a few more other tried and true recipes that you definitely should try.  My Apple-Custard Pie is sensational and so is my Applesauce-Custard Pie.  Also, you can’t beat my favorite when it comes to custard pies with my Egg Custard Pie recipe.

 

Easiest Custard Pie 

 

1 can of evaporated milk (12 oz. size)
3 eggs
3/4 cup to 1 cup of sugar
3 tablespoons of flour
3 tablespoons of canola oil or melted margarine
shake of nutmeg

Beat everything up and shake on the nutmeg before turning out into your greased and floured 9-inch glass pie pan.  Bake at 350-degrees for about 40-45 minutes until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean.

ENJOY!

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