This is just like a pecan pie, using oatmeal instead of pecans. During baking, the oatmeal forms a chewy, ‘nutty’, crust on top.
This was good….I still prefer pecan! 🙂 But, I just had to try it for fun. I did cut down on the sugar and was still plenty sweet. Used the dark corn syrup and it seemed to have given it a nice flavor. Thanks for a good recipe, Karin C.!
This was really good. I wouldn’t say it was just like a pecan pie but it is very close. I had to sub brown sugar for the white since I was out. Also added 2 t of vanilla. Oh and I used Old Fashioned oats since that is what I always buy. This was really quick to put together. Thanks for the recipe.
I couldn’t find corn syrup anywhere(it’s not common over here) so I used a cup of honey and some aditional sugar(dissolved in a bit of water) as substitutes. Since honey browns faster I cooked it for less than 30 minutes(otherwise the upper part would burn), and it turned out great. Very moisty inside, but I love it that way. Thanks for sharing.
This was the first time I have ever eaten or baked an oatmeal pie, but my husband loves them so I decided to give it a shot for Thanksgiving. It turned out very well and was super easy to make. Some people really liked it, some hated it. It does taste similar to pecan pie, and I thought it was good served with whipped cream.
This recipe is what I was looking for. I live close to Amish country and it is just like they make it. The only thing is I added a 1/2 tsp of cinnamon and a 1/2 tsp of vanilla.
Excellent and EASY!!! I added some spices (cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg) and baked at 375 for 40 – 45 minutes. Came out perfect. Thanks for a great recipe.
1 1/4 cups brown sugar, packed
3/4 cup old-fashioned rolled oats
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