Amish Cook Classic: Oatmeal Pie

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Longtime readers of the column are familiar with this oldie but goodie: oatmeal pie.  It’s a simple confection that masquerades as a pecan pie.  Has the texture and look of a pecan pie, with no pecans.  And hint: it tastes better the next day as the oats have a chance to really soak in the flavors around them. Yum! Doesn’t this look delicious?

Here is the recipe, first for the crust and then the pie:

Amish Pat-A-Pan Pie Crust

Ingredients:
1 1/2 cups of flour
1 1/2 teaspoons sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup vegetable oil
3 Tablespoons cold milk

Directions:
Place the flour, sugar, and salt in the pie pan and mix with fingertips until evenly blended. In a measuring cup combine the oil and milk and beat until creamy. Pour all at once over the flour mixture. Mix with a fork until the flour mixture is completely moistened. Pat the dough with your fingers, first at the sides of the plate and then across the bottom. Flute the edges. Shell is now ready to be filled. If you are preparing a shell to fill later or your recipe requires a prebaked crust, preheat oven to 425. Prick the surface of the pastry with a fork and bake 15 minutes. Check often and prick more if needed.

AMISH OATMEAL PIE

1/2 c. (one stick) unsalted butter, melted
1/4 c. firmly packed brown sugar
2 eggs
3/4 c. light corn syrup (could use brown rice syrup or agave)
3/4 c. rolled oats
 
Directions:
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Follow the Nothing-in-the-House pie crust recipe (halved, as only a bottom crust is needed), roll out chilled crust and place in a greased and floured pie pan. Flute edges. In a medium mixing bowl, combine melted butter, sugar and eggs. Add corn syrup, and oats and combine. Pour into pie shell and bake for 1 hour until thickened inside and golden brown on top.

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The Discussion

  1. kentuckylady717 says:


    This looks good, has anyone made it ? I have never had an oatmeal pie….but I love the Little Debbie Oatmeal Cakes tho…..would love to hear from someone whom has made this and what they thought about it….

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  2. Oh,, it looks so delicious. That nice golden crust. mmmmm!
    How about a glass of milk and a slice of that for breakfast?
    It is oatmeal after all – so it must be good for you – yes?

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  3. Have beeb making this pie for my husband for several years now, once the cost of pecans became so prohibitive. He loves oats in any kind of recipe and frequently asks for his ‘poor man’s pecan pie’. Not a problem for me to take care of his sweet tooth. Try and think you will agree!

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  4. kathie says:


    I am tickled pink there is a nutless pecan pie recipe! My daughter has severe, life threatening allergies and so I make nearly all of our food. With the egg replacer, I even bake too. I have made a few of the Amish Cook recipes and can’t wait to make this one too (maybe this weekend :) )

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  5. I had oatmeal pie in a small town in Indiana several years ago. loved it. have looked for a recipe ever since so glad to have found it cant wait to make it and enjoy

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    • Thanks for stopping by, Ray. I love oatmeal pie! Do you remember where you had it?

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