I’m emotional. This bourbon sweet potato pumpkin pie is so good, I’m legit emotional. It’s been a good year since I’ve made this pie, I’ve been very busy. But I was hellbent on not only making it for Thanksgiving this time around, but also sharing the recipe. For all of you who love sweet potato …
You ever eat something so good that you start cussing? Because that’s exactly what happened after my sweety and I savored every buttery, flaky bite of these delicious and adorable little pies. We stared each other down and shook our heads in decadent disgust as we devoured every bite — cussing each other out in the most romantic way possible. The sheer frustration that possessed us both let me know that this is one of those treats I’d have to make quite often, just to keep balance in our home.
Recently, I whipped up a delicious brunch that included this uh-may-zing quiche filled with smokey bacon, delicious gruyere cheese and a hint of sweetness from the shallots. Served it alongside a fresh green salad and lots of fruit — it was a pretty epic meal. If you’re a lover of quiche, you gotta give this recipe a try.
Before you freak out and automatically assume you cannot possibly make this delicious bounty of all-American greatness, just hear me out. I am not an awesome pie-maker. It’s one of the things I kinda steer clear from because I know how much “technique” is involved, and its so easy to screw up despite how seemingly simple it is…right?