Eagle Brand Caramel Pie

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"OMG!! So glad to find this recipe! My mom made this a loooong time ago and I have been meaning to find the recipe. I remembered the can in the pot of water thing and how easy she said it was. Not to mention, incredibly delish!! Thanks for sharing....those old community cookbooks are the best:)"

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1 Graham cracker crust or
Bananas
1 cn Eagle Brand milk
Whipped cream; Dream Whip,

Original recipe makes 1 Servings

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I opened one of my community cookbooks ("Recipes: Old and New, Tried and True 4th Edition"...North Lamar Young Homemakers of Texas, Area V Powderly, Texas) and found the instructions to the Eagle Brand caramel pie... Take the can of milk and remove label. Place UNOPENED can in saucepan and cover with water. Place lid on saucepan; boil over low heat for 3 hours. Remove can and LET COOL COMPLETELY BEFORE OPENING. (Note: Milk can be boiled the day before and placed in the refrigerator overnight to save time. You will need to place the milk into a bowl and stir to spreading consistency.) Place layer of bananas in bottom of crust; spread with a layer of caramelized milk and then a layer of whipped cream, Dream Whip or Cool Whip. Repeat with a second layer of each. Garnish top with banana slices. Refrigerate a couple of hours before serving. Posted to Bakery-Shoppe Digest V1 #451 by "Catherine M. Marler" on Dec 13, 1997

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OMG!! So glad to find this recipe! My mom made this a loooong time ago and I have been meaning to find the recipe. I remembered the can in the pot of water thing and how easy she said it was. Not to mention, incredibly delish!! Thanks for sharing....those old community cookbooks are the best:)
aneff2 1 year ago
We make this and it is wonderful! We top with pecans and mini chocolate chips!
amycowan 1 year ago
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