Butterscotch Cinnamon Pie Recipe – I had other plans for February’s post, my child, nevertheless, you guys have already been absolutely flooding my request box seeking this recipe! I couldn’t ignore your pleas any longer… and Butterscotch + Cinnamon + Pie sounds freaking delicious, so which was maybe also a factor. This 1 originates from a retro-style indie game called Undertale. In Undertale, you control a small child who finds themselves in a mysterious and occasionally hostile underground region where nothing is as it seems. Luckily, in the beginning of the game, you meet a kind soul named Tories who seemingly have your best interest at heart. After spending a while solving puzzles and complimenting frogs, you make your method to Tori’s very cozy home, where she’s prepared a easy butterscotch cinnamon pie for you. Undertale is saturated in surprises and does a congrats of turning plenty of game staples on the head. It’s available on Steam for a very reasonable price if you’re interested. This was a fun recipe to generate, it’s stupid easy and the outcome is delicious. Love this particular pie after having a nice spaghetti dinner!
Butterscotch Cinnamon Pie Recipe
For the crust:
- 1 1/4 cups All-Purpose Flour
- 1/2 cup Butter
- 1/4 cup Ice Water
- 1/4 tsp Salt
For the filling:
- 1 1/2 cups Whole Milk
- 1/2 cup Cream
- 2/3 cup Light Brown Sugar
- 2 Egg Yolks, whisked
- 4 tbs. Corn Starch
- 1 tbs. Unsalted Butter
- 1 tsp. Vanilla Extract
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- 1/2 tsp. Cinnamon
For the topping
- 1 cup Heavy Whipping Cream
- 2 tbs Granulated Sugar
- Cinnamon (for sprinkling)
- Preheat oven to 375 F. Within the mixing bowl, combine flour and salt. Barge in butter before the mixture resembles coarse crumbs.
- Stir in the iced water a small amount at a time, before the dough comes together and you’re able to form a ball. Wrap the ball of dough in plastic wrap and chill not less than 4 hours.
- Having a pastry roller, roll the dough to suit a 9-inch pie tine and press the dough evenly into the bottom and sides with the tin. Cut-off excess.
- Bake the crust on its own at 375 degrees F for 7 minutes. Remove from oven and set aside.
- Enough time to start on the filling. Within the double boiler, combine the milk, cream, brown sugar, cornstarch, salt, and cinnamon. Stir the mix getting a whisk and keep stirring before the mixture thickens. Without having the double boiler, employ this method for a makeshift one.
- Whisk the egg yolks, pouring them in slowly. Still whisk constantly before the mixture thickens to almost the consistency of pudding.
- Remove from heat, you can add the butter and vanilla and stir some more until are both completely incorporated.
- Pour the mix into the pie crust.
- Bake pie at 375 F for another 7 minutes, then remove from oven.
- Let the pie cool within the fridge until it’s no less than room temperature. Several weeks almost done cooling, prepare the whipped cream: Add the cream and sugar right into a mixing bowl and whip with the hand mixer until you’re able to form peaks. Be careful not to over-whip.
- Spread whipped cream in addition to the chilled pie and handle with sprinkled cinnamon