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6 Simple To Make-Pies-sweetened condensed milk

Updated on April 17, 2012

 Apricot Prune Pie/  Chocolate Fudge Pie/  Custard Pie/  Fruit Cream Cheese Pie/ Lemon meringue  Pie/ Maple Pecan Pie

How to Make Pie Crust

Apricot Prune Pie


Wonderful summertime pie because it needs no cooking,can be made ahead.

1 9- inch pastry shell

1 1/3 cups (15 oz can) sweetened condensed milk

1/4 cup lemon juice

1/2 teaspoon grated lemon rind or 1/2 teaspoon lemon extract

3/4 cup cooked prunes,finely cut

3/4 cup cooked apricots, finely cut

1/2 cup heavy cream

1 tablespoon confectioners' sugar

1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract

1. Put into mixing bowl Sweetened condensed milk,lemon juice,and lemon rind or lemon extract;stir until mixture thickens.

2. Fold in prunes and apricots.

3. Pour into cooled baked pastry shell.

4.Whip cream until stiff; fold in sugar and vanilla. pile lightly on pie filling.Chill & Enjoy

Chocolate Fudge Pie

 The Perfect Pie for your next party.Extra-rich,fudgy chocolate pie topped with whipped cream.

Yummy! Makes 1- 8 inch pie

1- 8 inch baked pastry shell,cooled

1 1/3 cups (15 oz. can) sweetened condensed milk

2 ounces (2 squares) unsweetened chocolate

1. Pour sweetened condensed milk into top of double boiler.Add chocolate and salt.

2. Cook over rapidly boiling water,stirring constantly, until mixture thickens and drops,rather than runs from the spoon,about 4- 8 minutes.

3.Stir in water gradually,keeping mixture smooth.Continue cooking,stirring occasionally,until mixture again thickens slightly,about 1 to 3 minutes.*

*4.Remove from heat.Stir in vanilla.Pour into pastry shell.

5.Cool at room temperature for about 1/2 hour; then chill in refrigerator for at least 3 hours.Top with 1/2 cup heavy cream,whipped.If you are using a glassware double boiler,cover and cook for 3- 5 minutes until mixture thickens slightly.


Hope you Enjoy making one or all of these.


Fruit Cream Cheese pie


 This is a wonderful recipe that you can vary to your hearts content.No matter which fruit you make it with,It is always super-glorious and delicious.Make one for your family and one for a friend.

1 baked 9 inch pastry shell

1 1/3 cups (15 oz can) Sweetened Condensed Milk

1/4 cup lemon juice

1 package (3 oz) Cream Cheese

2 eggs , separated

Fruit** see below

1/4 teaspoon cream of tarter, if desired

4 tablespoons sugar

Use any of the following fruit:

1 cup sliced strawberries

1 cup fresh raspberries

1 cup drained,crushed pineapple

1 1/2 cups (no.2 can) red sour pitted cherries-well drained

2 medium bananas,sliced

1.Put sweetened condensed milk and lemon juice in mixing bowl;stir until mixture thickens.

2. In separate bowl beat cream cheese,softened at room temperature,until smooth.Add one egg yolk at a time ,beating well after each addition.Add fruit and mix well.

3.Fold the cheese-fruit mixture into the sweetened condensed milk mixture.

4. Put into cooled baked pastry shell.

5. Add cream of tarter to egg whites;beat until almost stiff enough to hold a peak.Add sugar gradually,beating until whites are stiff and glossy, but not dry.

6.Pile egg whites lightly on pie filling.

7. Bake in oven at 325 F until lightly browned, about 15 & Enjoy

Custard Pie

Always a favorite.. So velvety smooth,so rich and luscious you'll want to make it often.

Makes 1- 9" pie

Preheat oven to 400 F

1 unbaked 9- inch pastry shell

2/3 cup sweetened condensed milk

2 cups hot water

3 eggs ,slightly beaten

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon vanilla extract


1. Combine sweetened condensed milk with hot water.

2. Stir gradually into eggs.Stir in salt and vanilla.

3. Pour mixture into unbaked pastry shell. Sprinkle top with nutmeg.

4. Bake in hot oven 400 F for 10 minutes .Reduce oven to 300 F and bake 25 minutes longer,or until custard is set and pastry is done.

A knife blade inserted in center of pie comes out clean when custard is done. Cool & Enjoy

Magic Lemon Meringue Pie


Perfect lemon filling without cooking. Easy as a mix,all the delight of real lemon flavor.

Makes 1- 8 inch pie



1 crumb or baked pastry 8 inch pie shell,cooled

1 1/3 cups (15 oz can) sweetened condensed milk

1/2 cup lemon juice

1 teaspoon grated lemon rind or 1/4 teaspoon lemon extract

2 egg yolks

1. Put sweetened condensed milk,lemon juice, lemon rind or lemon extract, and egg yolks

into mixing bowl;stir until mixture thickens.

2.Pour filling into chilled crumb crust or cooled pastry shell.



1/4 teaspoon cream of tarter,if desired

2 egg whites

4 tablespoons sugar

1. Add cream of tarter to egg whites and beat until almost stiff enough to hold a peak.

Then add sugar gradually,beating until stiff and glossy but not dry. Pile lightly on pie filling

and seal to pie crust all around.

2. Bake in oven 325 F until top is lightly browned,about 15 minutes, Cool & Enjoy


Maple Pecan Pie

A taste thrill you won't want to miss.Super easy. makes 1- 9" pie

1 baked 9 inch pastry shell

1 1/3 cups (15 oz) Sweetened condensed milk

2/3 cup maple syrup

1/8 teaspoon salt

1/2 cup chopped pecans

1/2 cup heavy cream

1 tablespoon confectioners' sugar

1. Blend sweetened condensed milk, maple syrup and salt in heavy saucepan; mix well.

2. Cook over low heat,stirring occasionally, until mixture begins to boil.Let boil,stirring constantly, until mixture thickens, about 4 minutes. Cool.

3. Add about half the pecans to cooked mixture, saving the rest for the top.

4. Put into cooled baked pastry shell. Sprinkle top with remaining pecans.

5.Whip cream until stiff and fold in sugar.

6. Pile cream lightly on pie filling. Garnish with whole pecans or toasted coconut.chill and enjoy



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  • Linda Pogue profile image

    Linda Pogue 

    4 years ago from Missouri

    I've been looking for some good pie recipes that use sweetened condensed milk. Looks like I need to make a run to the grocery store so I can try some of these. Thanks!

  • eventsyoudesign profile image


    7 years ago from Nashville, Tennessee

    I have never had apricot prune pie. I will have to try it. Good article. I love fudge pie. My favorite however is apple pie. Thanks for the video it is very informative. Also remember never over mix your pastry or it will become tough. Glad I found you and I will read more. Teresa

  • IN2Deep profile imageAUTHOR


    7 years ago from USA

    CuTeGiRl1988--Enjoy whichever you make -they are all good-I usually make 2-so I can share one..

  • CuTeGiRl1988 profile image


    7 years ago

    Those sound all good. I think i am gonna try those out.


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