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Can I re-bake Pumpkin Pie? Mama2aDramaPrincess 17 kids; Los Angeles, California 1084 posts
26th Nov '09

I made my first pumpkin pie yesterday and i didnt know if it was ready but i baked it the time it was directed (30 minutes). Well i let it cool and i put it in the refrigerator over night. I checked it this morning and it seems a little runny. Is it suppose to be like that? I was wondering if i can bake it again? Will it become harder or should i just forget about the pie?=(

user banned 66 kids; Texas 80435 posts
26th Nov '09

Yes you can re-bake it mama!

Ali Kat + Ray & Vinny 2 kids; Stedman, North Carolina 5581 posts
26th Nov '09
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Mama2aDramaPrincess 17 kids; Los Angeles, California 1084 posts
26th Nov '09
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Jelly BOOBS! Seattle, Washington 872 posts
26th Nov '09

Let it sit at room temp!

applebutter Washington 25 posts
26th Nov '09

You can put some foil over the edges of the pie crust so it doesn't burn.

Mama2aDramaPrincess 17 kids; Los Angeles, California 1084 posts
26th Nov '09

i let it sit out for about one hour. So i think its good to put in...
Does any of you know how long i should leave in for?

Yesterday i left it in for 30 min.

Ali Kat + Ray & Vinny 2 kids; Stedman, North Carolina 5581 posts
26th Nov '09

I'd say start with another 30 mins and go from there... just check it with a knife in the center n if it comes out clean it's done!



I've had to revise the directions on pumpkin pie all the time... never seems to be the right amount of time! Currently baking 3 of them and all 3 taking about twice as long as the directions state!



Good luck :) And what the other person said about foil on the crust is a great idea if the crust already seems done!

☆ IVAN'S MAMI Due March 10; 1 child; Utah 4227 posts
26th Nov '09
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