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Love the taste of a REAL, homemade, pie but hate the time and mess involved in making them? Here’s your solution! With Will’s Eden’s ready-to-cook pie fillings all you need is the crust—-or not. These fillings also make AMAZING toppings for waffles, pancakes, and cheesecakes, and mouth-watering fillings for crepes! Now sold in two sizes: Choose the pint jars if you don’t need to make a whole pie, and the quart jars if you do!
This SPICED MANDARIN PEACH PIE filling was the result of countless hours of me trying every ingredient under the sun to achieve a flavor that went beyond tasting “good”. I wanted a peach pie that made my tastebuds SING! 😂 Rather than using water in the filling, I created a unique herbal tea using dried Wild Sumac Berries and Gardenia Blossoms. And rather than the traditional lemon juice, I mainly relied on Crystallized Orange Juice because orange pairs amazingly well with peaches! (I also used some Crystallized Lemon Juice and Citric Acid, because if I used orange for the entire acid requirement that’s ALL you’d end up tasting.) I also used three different forms of Ginger along with several other spices to “warm” the flavor up a bit, and rounded it out with some Pure Almond Extract.♥️ FAIR WARNING: The fruit slices were broken down a good bit during the processing required for canning. Aside from changing the texture, the only affect this will have on the pie is to intensify the flavor! But I didn’t want you to be surprised when you don’t end up with huge chunks of fruit!
(NOTE: The amount of cornstarch needed for canned pie filling ends up having a detrimental impact on flavor and texture. To avoid that outcome, I decided to try reducing the cornstarch and incorporating some pectin to make up the difference. I can’t promise the filling won’t end up being a little too thin to make tidy slices of pie, but I CAN promise it tastes a whole lot better this way! 😂)