Warm, fragrant Vanns Nutmeg and Cinnamon combine with the creamy tang of buttermilk to create a classic custard pie.
You might not think that buttermilk would make a good pie filling, or that a custard pie could be considered somewhat light, but both are true and proven in this pie! The tang of buttermilk is mellowed out by baking, but still keeps enough of an edge to balance out this pie's sweetness, while Vanns Vanilla, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg add a subtle but delicious level of warm spice. And though there are plenty of eggs involved in the filling to make it creamy, the buttermilk's fairly low fat content prevents this custard from that sleep-inducing heaviness that so many custard-based pies have. Unless you eat more than one piece, that is, which you very well might.
Makes 1 pie, serving 8. Adapted from Serious Eats.
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