This rustic French-inspired dessert promises to indulge the absolute sweetest of teeth.

Sweet grand-père dumplings are tucked into a traditional Quebec Sugar Pie for a decadent, dulcet and divine duet of flavors.  Drizzle each warm slice with luscious sour cream (or sugar) sauce and a sprinkling of almonds as garnish. 

This pie is sinfully sweet, so keep the slices small.  Serve with a glass of ice-cold milk or a steaming cup of coffee for the perfect ending to any meal.

Very special Thanks to thorswolf who published their personal recipe for Old-Time Quebec Sugar Pie back in July 2011. Their pie recipe, along with member comments, are what inspired me to create this unique version. ;-)

Step 1: Make the Sugar Pie Filling

  • 1- 9" Unbaked Homemade Pie Crust- Your favorite!
  • 6 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 2 cups packed brown sugar
  • 1- 12 oz can evaporated milk- UNsweetened
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Sauce pan (preferably a Skillet) with a fitted lid
  • Measuring cup and spoons

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C).

Combine flour and sugar in the pan.  Mix well (you may use your fingers ;-) until combined.

Stir in the milk, butter, salt and vanilla.

Set aside while you prepare the sugar dumplings.
Voting...sigh...not eating...sigh..looks droolingly deluschious...mwhahs..<br>
15 times it took to reload this page so I could rate it.... but I had to since you published on my b-day. ;)<br>
oh! Happy Belated Birthday to you!!! ;-)
Thanks. ;)
lol.. you are a DETERMINED gal!<br><br>UNreal... I just got an email saying this entry was REJECTED from the Extreme Challenge... but maybe that was just for one of the double entries. lol... the other clone is still there. ;-D
See... you shouldn't have asked the question... lol. (You could have got double the votes). ;P
I think every thing you make looks very yummy. all my friends agree with me.you bajablue are very very talented.Maybe start a cooking show?you will be successful in what ever you do. with respect your followers.
What a nice thing to say, Karen! Thank you so much!!!
This looks absolutely decadent. Thank you very much for sharing, and good luck on the contest!
Wow,looks amazing!
Thanks Jax... I'll trade you for some Molten Chocolate cake! ;-P~
Yes! Definitely! :D
I cannot stop salivating. That looks great!
Aw... thanks!!!<br><br>May I suggest a stylish Garment Protection Necklace? ;-D
Oh wow! That looks decadent!! <br>Thanks for the plug... and I STILL own you my grand-peres recipe... must get to work. :-)
Ohhhh thorswolf... it WAS! Thank YOU for the inspiration! ;-)
This looks sooooooooooooooo yummy!
Thank you Sunshiine!
This brings back fond memories. Thanks for posting - looks absolutely delish!
Thank you Susan! ;-)
oooh. It looks sweet. ;)
ooooh... it IS! It reminds me a little of Pecan Pie. lol... I cheated on Atkins big-time yesterday. ;-P~<br><br>You, my Canadian friend, shouldn't be a stranger to Sugar Pie... but are you?
I've heard of it, but I've never had it. I think its more popular in the east?<br><br>(Clearly not an Atkins friendly dessert. ;P)
lol, I'm geographically-challenged.<br><br>If Quebec is East of you, the answer is &quot;yes&quot;. ;-D
LOL... yes. <br><br>If I was California, Quebec would be Florida. ;P<br>I'm on the west coast. (aka, the best coast).
;-D I'm on the best coast, too! ;-D

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