Butternut Squash Pie

Brynie Greisman Recipe By
  • Cooking and Prep: 45 m
  • Serves: 10
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This pie is not overly sweet; it’s the perfect complement to chicken and meat dishes. An added benefit is that it tastes equally good served warm or at room temperature.

 

Ingredients (8)

Main ingredients

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Make the Pie

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (180 degrees Celsius).

  2. Mix all the ingredients together (aside from the pie shell). If the mixture is too thick, add a bit more soy milk. Pour it into the pie shell. You will have a little extra filling; this can be used to make muffins. (You should have enough for two muffins or several mini muffins.) 

  3. Sprinkle the top with cinnamon and vanilla sugar if desired. Bake for 45 minutes. This pie freezes very well.

Note:

When I double this recipe, I use 1/3 cup oil and 1/4 cup applesauce, 5 eggs, and 2/3 cup soy milk. It yields approximately two 9-inch-round pans and one 7-inch-round.

Variation:

You can top with your favorite crunchy topping made of flour, brown sugar, oil/margarine, and pecans (if you use them on Rosh HaShanah). This pie tastes delicious without the crust as well.

 

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  • Rosalie  Hauptman

    Butternut Squash Pie

    Using frozen or canned squash

    If I want to double recipe how much frozen squash (boxes) or canned squash do I need!
    Posted by Kidsrgt |September 9, 2018
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    Guessing you double it? The weight is usually on that box. So about 4 pounds total.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|October 4, 2018
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  • Leah

    Butternut Squash Pie

    Doubling the recipe

    When doubling this, using 1/3 c. oil, 1/4 c. applesauce, etc, do I also double the sugar, or should I put in less than double because of the applesauce?
    Posted by Leah O |September 6, 2017
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    No need to lower the sugar, unless you want to try reducing it to make it less sweet.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|September 7, 2017
    0

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