Butterscotch Cream Pie?

My oldest son loves Butterscotch cream pie and in all my years of attempts I just never got the hang of it. They're always too runny. I'd love to find a good recipe. Anyone have one?

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By Sharon,Ky

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April 21, 20050 found this helpful

My aunt , who is an excellent cook, used regular pudding mix...the cooked kind...but added 2 egg yolks to the mixture as it was cooking. Just whisk it in with the milk and follow the package directions.
I always thought she made everything from 'scratch' until I caught her one day!! She swore me to secrecy, so please don't tell!! LOL

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By Sheila (Guest Post)
April 21, 20050 found this helpful

I have always done what my mom did and that was just to use Jello cooked butterscotch pudding as the filling. Since she had celiac disease and could not tolerate flour, she made a crust out of corn flake crumbs, sugar, and butter, then put the pudding on top and whipped cream on top of that...YUMMY!

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I have also used graham wafer crumbs instead of the corn flake crumbs, either way it works out well and tastes great! Always get rave reviews from guests!

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April 21, 20050 found this helpful

I just took a butterscotch pie to a senior citizens luncheon at church last week and received rave reviews. I use my Watkins brand Dessert and Frosting Mix. These come in many different flavors (banana, butterscotch, chocolate, coconut, lemon, rice pudding, vanilla, and tapioca). My mother and grandmother always ordered Watkins products when I was growing up (the chocolate is very, very good, too). One container makes about five pies or 35 servings of pudding. I can send you a catalog if you want, just let me know.

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Trudy Powell
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