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Thank you!!

 

I am just making my grocery list for Easter dinner, and this will be on the menu. Smiley Happy

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@ECBG   The Millionaire Pie with which im familiar is quite different from yours.  It has a very rich sort of cheese cake layer.  It was made famous by the Furr's Cafeteria chain in the south.  It is to die for.  Serve very small slices as it's very rich and filling.

 

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@ECBG @Thanks so much for that recipe.I am going to make that for Easter.it looks so pretty.

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@ECBG  I make a very similar pie, but never heard it called Millionaire's Pie.  I don't use condensed milk, I use yogurt, any flavor.

 

Since I'm not a baker, this is the easiest, tastiest pie in the summer months.  We love it!   

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Raw eggs?

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@software wrote:

Raw eggs?


 

@software 

 

@Pasteurized eggs ae safe to use in unbaked products.

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@Kachina624 wrote:

@ECBG   The Millionaire Pie with which im familiar is quite different from yours.  It has a very rich sort of cheese cake layer.  It was made famous by the Furr's Cafeteria chain in the south.  It is to die for.  Serve very small slices as it's very rich and filling.

 

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@Kachina624 I had TOTALLY forgot about this version!  You have totally rekindled my interest, thank you!  I intend to make this after the holiday and try it out!

Have a wonder Easter, my friend!Smiley Happy

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@ECBG : This pie was a favorite church recipe.

 

Million Dollar Pie 

1 can Eagle Brand milk

1 can crushed pineapple , well drained

1 cup chopped pecans 

1 cup shaved almonds

1 can frozen pink lemonade

1 large container cool whip

2 graham cracker pie crust

1 cup graham cracker crumbs. Combine all together, then fold in cool whip. Blend well. Pour into pie crust and let stand for 3 hours in refrigerator before serving. Southern Bee 

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I love pie and have never had that type...maybe I will have to make one!!  I have never been a fan of graham cracker crust but willing to give it another try.

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I've never heard of this kind of pie but it looks and sounds delicious (and I'd like a slice.)