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Black Friday 2018

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No-Stress Perfect Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Serves 8

Perfect Pumpkin Pie

Directions

1

Mix pumpkin, sweetened condensed milk, eggs, spices and salt in a bowl until smooth.

2

Pour onto crust.

3

Bake at 425 degrees for 15 minutes.

4

Reduce oven temperature to 350 degrees and continue baking 35 to 40 minutes or until knife inserted 1-inch from crust comes out clean.

5

Let cool on top of the oven.

6

Serve with whipped cream and refrigerate leftovers.

42 Comments

Are you a Pumpkin Pie fan?

My family LOVES Pumpkin Pie, especially around the holidays, and it’s actually pretty simple and quick to make a delicious pie at home! For this no fail recipe, all you have to do is mix up the filling, pour on top of a crust, and then bake it in the oven.

One thing I did when baking this pie (you totally don’t have to do this), was use the homemade pumpkin puree I had cooked a few days ago! In case you missed it, I used my Instant Pot pressure cooker to cook a small 2-pound pie pumpkin from the grocery store.  It was super easy – get the directions HERE.

You can do that, which is a very delicious option, or use a can of pumpkin puree instead.

For the crust you can definitely make your own favorite recipe or use a pre-made store bought dough crust. My family actually prefers graham cracker pie crust, so I picked up a larger 9 oz. graham cracker crust at the store in the baking isle.

Perfect Pumpkin Pie

You'll want to make this no-fuss homemade pumpkin pie at home this year for easy holiday entertaining!

Directions

1

Mix pumpkin, sweetened condensed milk, eggs, spices and salt in a bowl until smooth.

2

Pour onto crust.

3

Bake at 425 degrees for 15 minutes.

4

Reduce oven temperature to 350 degrees and continue baking 35 to 40 minutes or until knife inserted 1-inch from crust comes out clean.

5

Let cool on top of the oven.

6

Serve with whipped cream and refrigerate leftovers.

Additional Notes

*Recipe adapted from AllRecipes.com

Homemade Pumpkin Pie is AMAZING!

Serve it with some whip cream, and enjoy this fabulous treat you’ve just created! The filling turns out soft, yet firm and has lots of flavor. Feel free to adjust the spices if you like more spice, or to simplify – you can use Pumpkin Pie Spice instead of nutmeg and ginger.

We loved this recipe!

Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2  kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s DIY/Crafts created just for Hip2Save, click here.

Join The Discussion

Comments 42

  1. Rebecca

    Thanks Lina, can’t wait to try! I made A LOT of pies last holiday season, including eggnog pumpkin pie (surprisingly good!), but never found the “perfect” pumpkin pie that didn’t require a ton of work. This could be it! I’ve made more of your recipes than I can count, and several of them are in our regular rotation. Thanks again for all you do!

    • Lina D

      That is so nice! Thanks Rebecca 😀

  2. ohiogirl

    Oh my, I want to jump out of bed and go make one right now! We usually eat a pumpkin pie a week in the Fall. This year we discovered our son has a dairy allergy. Anyone know of a good dairy free pumpkin pie recipe or substitute for condensed milk. TIA

    • Rebecca

      I saw several dairy free & gluten free recipes for pumpkin pie on Pinterest.

    • K

      You can use canned coconut milk.

    • Tracie

      My son has a severe dairy allergy. Use a typical pumpkin pie recipe like the one on the back of Libby’s pumpkin label. Then just sub full fat coconut cream or nut based coffee creamer for the evaporated milk.

  3. Love from Munchkintime.com

    This pumpkin pie looks so scrumptious! Love how easy this recipe is, saving it to make it later! This fall I have been baking more Dulce de Leche Hazelnut Pumpkin Cake Pop for my kids gotta change things up!

    This is the recipe I use for the cake pops: http://www.munchkintime.com/hazelnut-pumpkin-cake-pop-recipe/

  4. Lolie

    Sounds yummy and easy! Thank you!

    • Lina D

      Sure! Enjoy Lolie 😀

  5. Shannon

    Sounds great! But Costco pumpkin pie is $5.99 for a giant one. So hard to get motivated to bake.

    • Lina D

      Yes we buy those too! Those are good. This is next level good! Lol – I love it all 🎃

  6. Beth

    Ha! I was just going to chime in & say that, Shannon! 🙂 Since I discovered Costco’s pumpkin pies several years ago, I never bake pumpkin pies anymore. You cannot beat the price and the time savings. And, they’re delicious!

  7. Melanie

    Looks delish and easy as pie! I like how you did the whipped topping too…easy but fancy 😊 Adding this to my fave list so I can try. Thanks Lina!

  8. jenro89

    Can’t wait to make this! Looks yummy!

  9. DC

    Sounds delicious and SO easy to make. I must try it!

  10. khlod

    Thank you, for sure will try it.

  11. amberellsworth

    Looks delicious! I bought a pumpkin and can’t wait to try it in the instant pot. I Just need to get some ginger and cool whip… or vanilla ice cream. Yum.

  12. Shelley P

    Looks yummy! Our family prefers the graham cracker pie crust too. I’ll have to give this a try! TY!

    • Lina D

      You’ll love this then! Thanks Shelley!

  13. momof7

    Anyone not able to have eggs know how to make a pumpkin pie without eggs?

    • SkyeF

      There is a version where you use gelatin. I made one last year because I can’t have eggs, dairy or gluten and it was as close to a pumpkin pie as you can get.

      • momof7

        Thank you! My 5 year old can’t have gluten and I’m nursing a baby who can’t tolerate me eating dairy, too!

      • Lina D

        Thanks for sharing!

    • Lucy

      You can use chia seeds too. 2tsp chia seeds mixed with 1/4 c water. I always grind the chia seeds first.

    • hellfire gainz

      If it’s an allergy to chicken eggs, most have found they arent allergic to duck eggs.

  14. Sisi Bee

    Looks delicious.

    • Lina D

      Thanks!!

  15. Nina

    They also have the bottles of ‘pumpkin pie’ spices for sale during this time..with the nutmeg, cinnamon, all spice, ginger etc. mixed all together so you can just throw that into the pumpkin pie mix.

    • Lina D

      Great idea!

  16. Chris

    Not doing the pumpkin cooking in the Instant Pot ever again. Used the purée and apparently fresh pumpkin has too much water content. My three loaves of pumpkin bread exploded then sunk. I wish I could upload a picture of what happened.

  17. Jake

    There’s nothing I love more than pumpkin pie! If you don’t have dietary restrictions and have a little extra time this variation will make your taste buds weep for what could have been in Thanksgivings past. Mix 3/4 c brown sugar and 3 tbs butter with a cup of pecans and sprinkle that on top, they will carmelize as it bakes. You can reduce the sugar in the main pie to compensate by using evaporated or otherwise unsweetened milk, and then add less than the usual 3/4 cups of sugar to the pumpkin mix.

    • Tammy

      That sounds great! Thank you, Jake.

  18. Stacy R

    For anyone fretting about using fresh pumpkin, America’s Test Kitchen did a big taste test several years ago and found that most people actually preferred the canned pumpkin.

  19. Nina

    Yes Libbeys canned pumpkin is 100% pumpkin and Whole Foods canned pumpkin as well.

  20. EsEs

    I can’t wait to try this!!

    • Lina D

      Thanks! It’s yummy!!

  21. Charlene

    Going to try this for Thanksgiving looks so good. I would like to substitute pumpkin pie spice for the ground ginger and ground nutmeg, how much pumpkin pie spice would i use?

  22. ds

    Lina this looks fabulous thank you

    • Lina D

      You’re so welcome 👍🏻

  23. cook the beans

    Yum! I haven’t tried pumpkin pie, but it’s definitely something I want to do!!!

    • Lina D

      You’ll love this version! Yum

  24. Gracefully Southern

    Lina D, This Pumpkin Pie looks delicious!! I will be trying it!! Question for you! I am new to blogging. Wondered if you might look at my blog and give me any tips you may have??? I would greatly appreciate it. I am wading in!!! thank you =)

    iamgracefullysouthern.wordpress.com

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