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I went over to my bubbee's (grandma) today to cook up some yummy stuff with her. We decided to put a spin on the classic pumpkin pie, and ...
4 cups flour2 table spoons baking powder1 teaspoon salt2/3 cup oats2/3 cup sugar3 eggs1 tsp ground cinnamon30oz pumpkin pie mix-in-a-canGraham Crackersvegetable oilApple JuiceMaterials:1 large bowl1 smaller bowl1 baking ...
Combine the flour, baking powder, salt, sugar, cinnamon, and oats in the large bowl.
Combine the pumpkin pie mix and eggs in the smaller bowl. Try not to eat the pumpkin pie mix yet.... I know it's really hard to resist doing ...
Take the wet mix and slowly stir it into the dry mix. You're going to get to a point where no more dry mix will join with the ...
Lightly oil the bottom of the tin/pan/cooking vessel. Then, arrange graham crackers so that they line the bottom of the pan/tin/vessel. If you run into corners, just crush ...
Put your finished Pumpkin cake-thing into the oven, which should now be 400 degrees Fahrenheit by now for 15-25 minutes, depending on how much apple juice you put ...
Start to eat your pie-cake-pastry all by yourself, otherwise other people will get to enjoy its amazing goodness. But let your grandma have some, 'cause she worked hard ...
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