Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie
Your Family Will Love This Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie!
Grandma's Pumpkin Pie! This is a vintage recipe for a homemade pumpkin pie sweetened with brown sugar! Just like Grandma made!
This was my Aunt Madaline's recipe for Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie. A more delicious pie there never was! Oh my, is it ever good!
You can make this with either fresh or canned pumpkin. Either way, you and your loved ones are going to love it!
This is a special pumpkin pie recipe that definitely stands apart from the rest!
I hope you will try my Aunt Madaline's Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie and let me know what you think!
Ingredients Needed for Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 1 Tablespoon all-purpose flour
- 1/2 teaspoon table salt
- 1 teaspoon ground ginger
- 3/4 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves
- 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
- 2 cups strained pumpkin, either fresh cooked and strained or canned
- 1 Tablespoon molasses
- 1 Tablespoon melted butter
- 2 eggs
- 1 1/4 cups milk
- 1 unbaked 9-inch pie shell
Directions for Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie
Step 1 - Mix together the brown sugar, flour, salt and spices in a large mixing bowl.
Step 2 - Add the pumpkin, molasses and butter, and blend thoroughly.
Step 3 - Beat the eggs slightly and add them to the mixture, together with the milk.
Step 4 - Pour the mixture into a pastry-lined pie pan.
Step 5 - Spoon a thin covering of milk onto the top of the pie to form a nice glaze while baking.
Step 6 - Bake at 425 degrees for 40 minutes. When it is done, an inserted knife should come out clean.
This vintage recipe was originally published in the Courier-Journal Magazine on November 12, 1950. Aunt Madaline saved the original clipping.
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Read More About Pumpkin Pie
While your brown sugar pumpkin pie is in the oven, snuggle up to any little helpers you may have and read up on pumpkin pies. These books also make great after-dinner reading after that special meal. Or, hand them out before dinner to keep the little ones occupied while you are busy in the kitchen. Why not surprise the kids?!
For the early readers on your list. Here is a pumpkin poem they can read to you!
Beautifully illustrated by National Geographic, this book follows the life cycle of a pumpkin from the planting of the seed to a slice of pie on a Thanksgiving table.
Tilda is a busy hippo with 3 lazy sisters., but her hard work pays off when she ends up with an amazing pumpkin pie.
For intermediate readers, grades 3-6. Two eleven year old sleuths must solve the mystery when a valuable recipe disappears right before Dad is scheduled to make it on a tv cooking show. Can they find it in time?
Another book for intermediate readers. The ever-popular Bailey School Kids must figure out if the new pumpkin pie baker in town is really a ninja thief in disguise.