Red Neck Pie

Dawn Breaking Over the Bay at Sea Glass Cottage
Dawn Breaking Over the Bay at Sea Glass Cottage

The sunrises here lately have been particularly stunning. The image is one my DH took yesterday morning. It’s always amazing to me what God has wrought. Nothing can be more beautiful than the world He created.

I’ve called this post ‘Redneck Pie’ because that is the pie I made for my elderly mom to take to her weekly pot luck/ bingo game this week. I love baking pies. They’re so simple and homey. So every week I make one for Mom.  She says this particular pie was very well-received. So I thought I’d share the easy recipe.

Red Neck Pie

3/4 of a cup each corn syrup & sugar

3 eggs

1 cup rolled oats

1/4 cup butter melted

2 tsp vanilla extract

1 unbaked pie shell

Whipped topping, vanilla, & powered sugar

Mix first 5 ingredients together and put in pie shell. Bake at 350 for 60 minutes or until a knife blade comes out clean. Cool. Mix the whipped topping with about a tsp of vanilla and about 1/2 cup of powdered sugar. Spread on top of baked pie. I took a baggie, filled it with the topping mixture, snipped one corner and piped little rosettes all over the top. It was very cute when I got finished :).

Hope you try this easy recipe and enjoy it. Mom said she didn’t have even a morsel left to bring home after the pot luck- so it must be pretty yummy!

LNF, Grace

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2 thoughts on “Red Neck Pie

    1. pattydeloach Post author

      Hi Cynthia,
      Thanks for your interest. And yes, the 4th book in the Christkeeper series [Hope’s Reward] will release over the late winter. The second novel in the Regency series, Low Country Love stories- The Last Broken Promise, releases next month. Hope you enjoy the pie recipe! LNF, Grace

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