Bring the taste of New York City's Milk Bar right to your home
Toasted oat pie crust and with a gooey butter filling
Makes one 10'' pie
Contains: Wheat, Milk
May Contain: Tree nuts, soy, peanuts, eggs
Filling: No filling
State of Readiness: Mix
Store: Room temperature
Package type: Individual item multi-serving
Bakery topping: No topping
Baked good type: Sugar cookies
Net weight: 14.8 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 261-04-0520
Origin: Made in the USA
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Milk Bar Pie Mix brings the taste of the NYC-based bakery right to your home. This Milk Bar pie mix makes one 10-inch pie that is sure to be a real crowd-pleaser. Just add butter, eggs, heavy cream and some confectioner's sugar for garnish to this mix for a decadent pie with gooey butter filling and a toasted oat pie crust.
Every time I go to Vegas I get a slice of crack pie at the milk bar it’s $6.50 a slice. This past time I went I only got 1 piece for some crazy reason. When I got back home to Washington I wanted to order the pie online it was $48 woooooah wasn’t doing that. So by my surprise the wonderful target had the mix for $5 !!! I ordered the last 2 they had in store. Now the crust is dead in flavor like the shop. But the filling was way to buttery. So when I make the second box I’m cutting down on 2 tblspn of butter. In fact it was so buttery my hands were oily as I ate it. That’s not what happens with the original. This pie is great and so glad target has this product. If only they sold milk bar ice cream then we’d really be talking !!
This sweet indulgence is awesome if cooked exactly according to the instructions. I bought this after visiting Milk Bar. Truthfully speaking, this is the only thing we liked a lot. My oven runs a little hot, so I cut down the baking temperature by 25 degrees. This is easily one of the best pies you'll eat. That being said, this is not your regular wiggly pie. I would also recommend leaving it in the fridge for a couple of days for the sweetness to settle down a bit. It will definitely be a hit at your party.
So i did everything wrong and it turned out amazing. Added the 4 egg yolks to the crust by accident. So i could not make a big cookie i just put it in a 8in square pan and cooked it for double the time. Then i added the filling. my oven runs a little hot so i overcooked the filling I whipped the extra cream from the quart i had purchased to make the filling. I slapped it on top. this was about the best dessert we have ever had. I am buying it again but we wont have too often as its got a lot of butter and yolks and cream, especially if you do what i did.
It was a bit tricky but tasted SO good. But, mine didn't look nice like the picture on the box. It tasked buttery and really awesome but once I cut into it, there was no "custard" layer...it was almost like a giant cookie that was soft in the middle. I followed the instructions exactly but it didn't look as nice. Serve it warm with vanilla ice cream...fantastic!
I wanted to make this pie and found recipes to make it from scratch but they were very labor intensive. This mix makes it extremely easy and the pie comes out absolutely delicious! It's even better than the pie from the real Milkbar in NYC. Plus it's 1/3 of the price of the mix that Milkbar sells.
If the original is anything like the mix, I think it could very well be the best tasting pie ever. If and when I get the chance to try the original, I'll update this review. That being said... this pie is delicious! I've only given it 4 stars because of the crust. The original recipe has you bake a giant oatmeal cookie on a cookie sheet, crumble it up, then press it in the pie plate to form the crust. This mix has you do the same thing. It's kind of a pain to get that hot cookie pressed into the pie plate & be sure there aren't any gaps. And, you're supposed to serve the pie cold. It's not easy to get the crust scraped off the pie plate & get the pieces out once it's chilled. Next time, I'm going to mix the crust/oatmeal cookie & press it in the (well buttered/sprayed/lubed up) pie plate before I bake it. Full disclosure here... I was able to manage to polish off all but 2 pieces of this pie by myself, so it couldn't have been too much trouble! This pie is so yummy, it's well worth the effort.
Just made this pie today. I think I may have overbaked mine a tad in the center, but it came out delicious none the less. Directions weren't hard to follow at all. Chewy, buttery, gooey... it is /really/ good. Would make again. My only caveat is the $5 price for a boxed mix is a bit high as you do have to buy several perishable ingredients in addition (butter and eggs I have, but not heavy whipping cream). I'd save it for a special occasion probably. Definitely try it!~