Goshen’s Derby Pie

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Goshen’s derby pie is a wonderful southern treat that will bring the taste of a southern home baked pie to your home. This is a creamy pie that is a wonderful dessert or snack. Goshen’s derby pie has chocolate chips in it for thoughts chocolate lovers in your life. If you really like chocolate chips add some extra chocolate chips to the recipe. Goshen’s derby pie is a southern treat will impress for any occasion.

Makes: 1 large pie

Directions:

· 4 beaten eggs

· 1 cup(about 227 grams) of chopped nuts (of your choice peanuts are nice)

· 4/3 cups to 1 cup(about 170 grams to 227 grams of chocolate chips

· 1 cup(about 227 grams) of granulated sugar

· 1 stick of creamed butter or oleo

· 1 cup(about 250 milliliters) of light karo syrup or rice syrup or glucose syrup

· 1 teaspoon(about 5 milliliters) of vanilla

· 9 inch or about 23 centimeters unbaked pie crust

Directions:

Step 1: The first step is to get a large mixing bowl and add the sugar and butter until blended together thoroughly. Also preheat the oven for 350 degrees or 180 Celsius. The next step in Goshen’s derby pie is to add the beaten eggs and karo syrup (or rice syrup and or glucose syrup) thoroughly into the mixture. The better the pie ingredients are blended the better it will taste.

Step 2: Then add the vanilla, nuts, and chocolate chips. Mix thoroughly to make sure the chocolate chips and nuts are thoroughly dispersed throughout the mixture. Then grease the pie pan and put the pie crust in the pie pan. A tip for Goshen’s drby pie would be to grease the bottom of the pan with butter for a crispier bottom.

Step 3: Put the pie mixture into the pie crust and even out the mixture in the crust. Then put the pie in the 350 degree or 180 Celsius oven for 45 minutes. Then let cool for 1 hour and you are ready to enjoy Goshen’s derby pie.

Tip: You can also wait until the pie crust is brown and the filling sets. You can also make this into to 2 5 inch or about 12 cm smaller pie crusts. I would check in the pies in 30 minutes and continuously check until cooked.

While passionate about psychology. With TRCB, he is one of the original Subject Matter Experts (SME), Author of upcoming book Naturally Good Cooking. For more please visit www.MichaelGoshen.com

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