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Pennsylvania Dutch Shoofly Pie

Nothing says homestyle cooking more than a freshly baked Pennsylvania Dutch Shoofly pie. Prefer a dry or wet bottom pie? From our bake oven to yours!


Good 'n Plenty Pennsylvania Dutch Shoo-Fly Pie

Shoofly Pie (Pennsylvania Dutch Recipe)....Mom made shoofly pies! Unheard of here in central Illinois back in the day....

from What's Cooking America

Wet Bottom Shoofly Pie Recipe


If you have visited the area, here is a little piece of nostalgia you can make at home! Shoofly pie recipe

from Country Living

Shoofly Pie

My mother was Pennsylvania Dutch, and this looks a lot like how she made Shoofly Pie. It's kind of a crumb cake in a pie shell. We always had it at Thanksgiving and other holidays, and, sometimes just as a special treat when the whim took her. There are moister versions, and the most authentic use molasses, and they're delicious, too; but hers looked like this one, and she usually preferred to use dark Caro syrup.

from Land O'Lakes

Favorite Shoofly Pie

Favorite Shoofly Pie has a dark molasses filling and is best served warm and topped with whipped cream

from Cupcake Project

Shoofly Pie Cupcakes

Shoofly Pie Cupcakes--from The Cupcake Project: This is a nice way to rework the pies into an easily-portable form. I like the spices. However, I think creating a batter and topping with crumbs works better than doing a dry and then a wet layer.


Shoo Fly Pie I've never had anything like it. It struck me as a bit of a cross between pecan pie (minus the pecans), sticky toffee pudding and gingerbread. Gooey on the bottom, a moist cake-like layer and then a sprinkling of crumbles on top. I thought it was good plain... then I had some lightly sweetened whip cream with it. So good!