Kentucky Bourbon Pie


A quick and easy dessert during the holiday if you keep long hours at work and need something comforting. This is an easy throw together pie that everyone swoons over. I guess it's the booze in the pie and some even drizzled on the plate. I usually make this around the Holiday.
1 (9-inch) unbaked pie shell
2 eggs
1 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup flour
1/2 melted butter (not warm)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 cup bourbon
1 cup chocolate chips
1 cup chopped nuts

 to 350 degrees F.

Cream eggs and sugar, then add remaining ingredients. Mix well and pour into pie shell. Bake until top is browned and pie is cooked through, 35 to 45 minutes. Garnish with caramel  ice cream sauce, whipped cream and shaved chocolate. Drizzle more bourbon on the plate when serving.

12 comments:

  1. This looks decadent! Nice serving dish ;-)

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  2. wow,i can imagine the taste!looks very delicious!

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  3. this is a wonderful pie, have had variations of it many times, love the bourbon in it of course!!
    cannot imagine baking at midnight while working 14 hr days - my 10 hr days are kicking me and take-out is starting to sound pretty good...
    get off your feet, have a toddy and relax a few moments each day....

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  4. Uh...save a slice for me! Please remember to get some rest, too!

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  5. Oh boy does that look delicious. That's one I might have to try. I will assume that's 1/2 of a stick of melted butter?

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  6. My family would go nuts for this, Claudia!!!

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  7. You do know how to entice with pie - just heavenly for the holidays. And a little Kentucky bourbon never hurt...

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  8. Lovely post. You hang in there; best wishes for a blessed Christmas.

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  9. Claudia this pie sounds fantastic. I can remember those 14 hour days and I am glad I left them behind. When I gave them up my health got better and I was able to lose over 100 pounds. Don't let the log hours and stress get to you.

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  10. Lovely presentation & looks really tasty! Claudia, it'll certainly be a pleasure for you to join me @ Promote Your Blog @ Shirley's Luxury Haven! DIY This X’mas With 12 Lovely Recipes! Happy Holidays!

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  11. Oh goodness, how delicious!
    I remember retail and the holidays are so hectic...remember to be good to yourself :)

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  12. Looks and sounds absolutely fantastic, Claudia! <333

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