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Pk's pie fail

Never try to make a pumpkin pie at 11pm at night while exhausted.

A pumpkin pie burned black and crusty on top

There was a Thanksgiving potluck at work today (USA Thanksgiving is weekend after next) and I attempted to make sure there would be at least one gluten-free dessert available. Clearly I shouldn't have bothered.

A pumpkin pie with the blackened top scraped off, revealing chunky insides and a raw bottom crust

The bottom crust was raw.

When Shashigai checked the oven afterwards, it was set to "warm". Judging by the pie and the smoke, what I actually did was broil it for 45 minutes. I must have been too asleep on my feet to even notice that when I took the pie out, I changed it from broil to warm.

A falling-apart slice of pumpkin pie, with the burned part scraped off the top, frying in a skillet

Shashigai is currently frying a piece to see if that will make the bottom crust edible. My hopes are not high.



Nov. 22nd, 2013 03:05 am (UTC)
I'd say it's less of a fail and more just... really weird. It doesn't taste bad, all the elements are good, it just can't seem to decide what it wants to be when they're all put together.
Nov. 22nd, 2013 03:12 am (UTC)
See? Poor confused pie. I made it and now I'm responsible for it, and it will never grow up and know what it wants to do with its life. ;_; I totally created a pie tragedy.
Nov. 22nd, 2013 04:17 am (UTC)
It actually looks kind of yummy. Lime and peanut butter, right? I forget what else you put in it. I bet butterscotch would be good. Those look like butterscotch chips.
Nov. 22nd, 2013 04:24 am (UTC)
It's got a graham cracker crust, pumpkin muffin mix in the bottom, then the green stuff is pistachio pudding which tastes way like almonds instead and the ingredients said mostly almonds XD and then reeses peanutbutter chips on top. So yeah Pumpkin Pistachio Pudding Peanutbutter Pie.

Now I want to try making lime peanutbutter pie to see if it's good.


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