~Mile High Pumpkin Pie!

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I know you’ll all be surprised, but here’s a Pumpkin recipe!  Isn’t it shocking?  :)

I just had to take this Pumpkin obsession to another level, like a 2nd level!!  I simply don’t seeing the same Pumpkiny things all over the internet, and ..because if one Pumpkin Pie is good, two Pumpkin Pies are even better~ Right??!  :)

Especially when those two Pumpkin Pies are layered with, …and dripping in, Bourbon Caramel and crunchy Pecans.  NOW, we can enjoy a unique Pumpkin dessert that will have everyone saying “Is that two Pumpkin Pies”…LOL!  Yep, everyone who saw this asked that very same question, almost in disbelief..haha!  My job was done! :)

What you’ll need:  

2 Pumpkin Pies..either store bought or homemade.  (Guess which I chose?) :)

2-14 oz. jars of Caramel Topping/Sauce

1 cup Whole Pecans

1-2 tablespoons of Bourbon

Directions:

Prepare your Pumpkin Pies as you normally do~

Make the Bourbon Glaze by adding the Caramel, Pecans and Bourbon into a medium pot and warming it all through.

Pour some of it onto one of the Pies, top it with the other Pumpkin Pie and pour the rest of the Bourbon Caramel onto the top of it….

Make sure that the Caramel is dripping over the edges for effect…

Slice it up as you would any other Pie~act as if nothing is over-the-top here…

Grab a plate for you…

And dig into that double decker, mile high, Pumpkin Pie tasty tower of delight! ~Enjoy! :)

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12 Comments

  1. I think layering a pecan pie and a pumpkin would be better. Maybe bake the pumpkin inside a carrot cake or spice cake. Oh have your cake and pie too.

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    • Mmm!! Love the idea of mixing them up! :)

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  2. Brillant!! Now why didn’t I think of this??

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  3. Pumpkin pie always seemed a bit skimpy to me. But, never would I have dared stack two up!! True genius is all I have to say….

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    • Haha…thank you. :)

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  4. How do you get the one pie out without breaking it into pieces?

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    • It slices just like a single pie. :)

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  5. How did you remove the pie from the pie pan to stack them? Didn’t it fall apart?

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    • They came out just fine. :)

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  6. This will be on our Thanksgiving table.

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  7. Can’t wait to try this!

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