Friday, May 17, 2013

Lemon Chess Pie

I love to bake for my
Friends and Family.
I believe anything made from
your own time given, from
the heartfelt love of ones self,
is a gift from the heart.
Of course I try to make sure
that whatever I bake up is
something the one receiving
will love. When it comes to
my Dad I know anything Lemon is
going to be a hit. Now make that in
a "pie" form and you score bonus points.
(Having 6 other siblings, that helps...hee, hee)
This is a passed down Family recipe,
 I really have no idea where
 it originated from. Only that my Mom
has listed it in every family cook book
we have. It is a "keeper"! 
Dad's Favorite Lemon Chess Pie
4 Egg's~ lightly beaten
2 C. Sugar
1 TBSP. Flour
1 TBSP. Corn Meal
1/4 C. Milk
4 TBSP. Butter~ melted
1/4 C. Lemon Juice
2 tsp. Lemon Zest
1 (9-inch) Pastry Pie Shell~ unbaked
Preheat oven to 375
Stir egg's into the sugar. Whisk in the
flour and corn meal until combined.
Add remaining ingredients and stir
until well blended. Pour into the
unbaked pastry shell.
Place on a baking sheet in oven.
Bake for 45 minutes.
Let pie cool completely
before slicing to serve.
Bake with Love,


Marsha Baker said...

Sounds like a winner in my book! Pinning to make one day soon. So glad you shared this family treasured recipe.

Rob Long said...

Despite loving all things south, I have yet to try Chess Pie! But looking this recipe over, I plan to remedy that very soon :)

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