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by Merme on November 10, 2006 10:20 AM
Today I was given a type of pie I have never seen before. It is SO delicious, I am hoping one of you might know how to make it!

It seems to be an ordinary apple pie but made with two crusts. The upper crust has a hole in the center, about 3 inches across. In that hole, a creme filling was added and then the cut away piece put back on top as decoration.

The creme filling was of lighter consistancy than a product such as Cool Whip but more dense than say, Redi Whip.

I also couldn't tell if the filling was added before or after baking. I guessed it was added after baking because it stayed in a large mound in the center of the pie and didn't spread out underneath the crust as I think it would have done if baked in the oven.

Anyone know how to make this pie and/or what type of creme filling it is?

Merme

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by Deborah L. on November 10, 2006 01:08 PM
You mean like the cream filling in cream puffs?

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