Flapper pie is a long, long time family favorite of my mother's, mainly because it's her favorite pie on earth. My mom doesn't have much of a sweet tooth- I inherited my sweet tooth from my dad- but a few years back my sister discovered that my mom loves a piece of flapper pie above all else.

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Flapper Pie Recipe

When you read the title of my newest pie recipe for pie day, you're most likely going to be in one of two camps.

Either you're going to scratch your head and think to yourself : “What the devil is flapper pie?”

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Or you're going to think “Wow, now there's a pie I haven't heard of in a long time!!”

I'll give a small percentage of you the chance of falling into the rare category of “Ooh, that's a family favorite!”

 

My mom was in seventh heaven when she found it in a small cafe around Pine Lake Alberta and made sure to visit whenever her and my dad went out to the lake for the weekend.

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What is Flapper Pie?

Flapper pie is a graham crumb crust pie filled with a decadent, creamy custard filling topped with a meringue. It's so unique to the prairies that if you didn't grow up here you most likely haven't ever heard of it. Indeed, perhaps not many Albertans have heard of flapper pie, this is a Manitoba recipe straight from the family archives, one that would have been passed around the farms!

Flapper pie seems to have been popular with my grandma's generation……then just plainly died out. My mom never made it. I never had it at my friends houses. When I asked around, so few people have heard of it. Even fewer have ever baked it! What once was a staple in prairie kitchens is now a rarity to find, unless you are lucky enough to still find an older generation baking it in their cafe or restaurant, such as the one in Pine Lake.

Flapper Pie - The (almost) Lost Canadian Prairie Pie - From @kitchenmagpie

I don't ever recall having flapper pie, so even though this is something my mom grew up loving it's not something we had as kids. My mom isn't a pie baker, that fell to my grandma and now apparently I've taken up the baking mitts and am carrying on the tradition.

If you read last week's pie day post – Drunken Peach Galette – you'll know that I spent the week at my sisters. What you also might know if you follow me on Instagram is that my sister and I were up at 9 am baking pies one morning.

This is what Ukrainian women do. We get up. We bake pies. Sometimes in pajamas.

My sister was totally in her pajamas.

I have no pictures because I value my life.

Ingredients For Flapper Pie:

Crust:
1 1/4 cups graham crackers
1/4 cup melted butter
1/2 cup sugar
dash of cinnamon

Filling:
2 1/2 cups of milk
1/2 cup of white sugar
1/4 cup of cornstarch
3 egg yolks
1 tsp vanilla
pinch of salt

Meringue Topping:
3 egg whites
1/4 cup of sugar
1/4 tsp of cream of tartar

Kick the tires and light the fires to 350 degrees.

Flapper pie is notorious for being delicious and falling apart easily. It's very hard to nail it so that it stays together, so be prepared that it won' t be picture perfect. Using butter in the crust will help solidify it when refrigerated but really, custard and meringue? You know it's not going to be a clean slice.

Mix all the crust ingredients together, save about 2 tbsp to the side and press the rest into a 10 inch pie plate, in the bottom and up the sides. Refrigerate.

Combine the filling ingredients together and cook on a medium heat until it boils and thickens, making sure to stir constantly! Set aside to cool while you make the meringue.

Beat the meringue ingredients together until they form stiff peaks.

Pour the filling into the crust and top with the meringue, making beautiful little spikes that will brown up all lovely on top! Sprinkle the rest of the crumbs on the top and slide into a 350 degree oven.

Bake until the meringue browns like below, around 10 minutes but watch it carefully! All ovens are different!

Cool in the fridge and eat the same day. This isn't a pie that is going to last a few days, meringue topped pies get slimy between the layers. This is best made mere hours before serving.

Flapper Pie - The (almost) Lost Canadian Prairie Pie - From @kitchenmagpie

Now, you can see below that you can get a clean slice.

Unless you are my sister and I and eat it warm out of the oven because when you do, it will collapse.

We didn't give a hoot if it fell apart. (and it most certainly did)

We wanted that pie. For breakfast.

This was the best Saturday morning breakfast I have ever had. I highly suggest to everyone that you put “eat flapper pie straight from the oven for breakfast” on your bucket lists.

What I have been missing all my life! This is definitely a favorite pie now, I'm not sure how or why everything comes together to make such a great pie. It's simple, it's easy, it's so darn tasty!

Flapper Pie - The (almost) Lost Canadian Prairie Pie - From @kitchenmagpie

Happy Pie Day everyone! I really hope you all try this recipe, what a truly lost prairie pie this is and I really don't understand why! It's so simple yet decadent. If nothing else, add it to your archives to try one day and pass it on to your kids! I know I will be including this at family meals a lot know, knowing it's a childhood favorite of my mom's.

Have a fabulous weekend all!

Love,

The I Want a Piece of Flapper Pie For Breakfast Again Magpie

3.67 from 3 votes
Flapper Pie- The Lost Prairie Pie
Prep Time
20 mins
Cook Time
10 mins
Total Time
30 mins
 

Flapper pie is a graham crumb crust pie filled with a decadent, creamy custard filling topped with a meringue. It's so unique to the prairies that if you didn't grow up here you most likely haven't ever heard of it.

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: pies
Servings: 6
Calories: 430 kcal
Author: Karlynn Johnston
Ingredients
Crust
  • 1 1/4 cups graham crackers
  • 1/4 cup melted butter
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 dash cinnamon
Filling
  • 2 1/2 cups milk
  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • 1/4 cup cornstarch
  • 3 egg yolks
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • pinch salt
Meringue Topping
  • 3 egg whites
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/4 tsp cream of tartar
Instructions
  1. Mix all the crust ingredients together, save about 2 tbsp to the side and press the rest into a 10 inch pie plate, in the bottom and up the sides. Refrigerate.
  2. Combine the filling ingredients together and cook on a medium heat until it boils and thickens, making sure to stir constantly! Set aside to cool while you make the meringue.
  3. Beat the meringue ingredients together until they form stiff peaks.
  4. Pour the filling into the crust and top with the meringue, making beautiful little spikes that will brown up all lovely on top! Sprinkle the rest of the crumbs on the top and slide into a 350 degree oven.
  5. Bake until the meringue browns like below, around 10 minutes but watch it carefully! All ovens are different!
  6. Cool in the fridge and eat the same day. This isn’t a pie that is going to last a few days, meringue topped pies get slimy between the layers. This is best made mere hours before serving.
Recipe Notes

A traditional prairie pie!

Nutrition Facts
Flapper Pie- The Lost Prairie Pie
Amount Per Serving
Calories 430 Calories from Fat 135
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 15g 23%
Saturated Fat 7g 35%
Cholesterol 128mg 43%
Sodium 265mg 11%
Potassium 222mg 6%
Total Carbohydrates 66g 22%
Sugars 51g
Protein 7g 14%
Vitamin A 10.6%
Calcium 14.4%
Iron 5.8%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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Author

Hey guys, I'm Karlynn! Welcome to The Kitchen Magpie, my website full of family friendly recipes, cocktails & homesteading tales of chickens & cows from the family farm! Make sure to check out my bestselling cookbook, Flapper Pie & a Blue Prairie Sky ,stay tuned for info on my second cookbook!

260 Comments

  1. Paige Cooper Reply

    You should add the eggs needs to be at room temp for the meringue because that would have been nice to know

  2. Patricia Moore Reply

    My Mom was born & raised in Southern Alberta-Flapper pie has been in my family since I was a kid-I am 62 years young now- I know one of Mom”s fp recipe came off a box of IBC Graham wafers-White with pink box.Thankfully I have found a place near The Hat that serves it. Plus I remember when the family moved from Calgary to Edmonton there were some adjustments needed due to altitude change. Thank heavens it is Flapper Pie Friday at Trukkers in Redcliff Alberta this Friday–Pie for breakfast.

  3. My mom always added Almond extract to her flapper pie filling, and to the meringe. She used to make this pie for my kids. They always told her she needed more practice so she would go home and make them more pie. Now I make it. We love Flapper Pie.

  4. Jacqueline Armstrong Reply

    I am 68. Flapper Pie is still my favourite pie! Mom always made it when we were kids. Now one of my sisters makes it. And yes, who cares if it falls apart! It is so delicious! Rarely do I find people who have heard of flapper pie, let alone have eaten one. They don’t know what they’re missing! If my sister is reading this – isn’t it time you made a flapper pie? ????

  5. My boyfriend’s dad asked for flapper pie for Father’s Day last year. I didn’t even know what it was, but I found this recipe and made it for him. He raved about it, saying that he hadn’t had flapper pie that good since his grandmother made it for him (who had passed away 20 years ago). Made it numerous times since then, it’s delicious!

  6. Jack Aubin Reply

    Thanks for posting, I grew up on this pie! I remember having friends over & my mother making us each a pie that we’d eat in one sitting, it was that good! My mom passed away about 10 yrs ago & I had forgotten about this pie. I will be making this soon! Northern Alberta favourite!

  7. Very sorry about your mothers passing i guess she was very strong to have lived such a long life. We just lost my mother-in-law last fall, she was born on the prairies . She lived 81, but had been a very healthy strong woman (she would have lived much longer except the Parkinsons she developed meant lots of falls and those injuries shortened her life considerably we think.). Anyway regarding pies – every since I met my husband many years ago he always like to have “graham wafer pie” which he showed me howto make with Jello vanilla pudding, on top of a graham wafer crust (no topping) when he was a bachelor. I had never had this desert before (I am from the BC coast). Anyway his grandparents and his parents were from Saskatchewan! I think this “flapper pie” probably explains it all to me now! Obviously the pie was made from scratch back then, and he had been served something similar by his mother while growing up in Vancouver, and likely by his grandma when he was sebt to Sask as a youngster for several summers to stay/help on the farm. I am not sure why he never mentioned about the meringue except that maybe as a bachelor he didnt understand how to make that part so left it out. Cheers and peace to you as well.

  8. Do you substitute brown sugar in the crust or in the pudding part?

  9. Katie Culp Reply

    Sobey’s in Airdrie has flapper pie in their bakery!!!! Mmmmm- instead of merengue topping they use whipped, not sure how authentic that is, but it’s sure yummy!

  10. Corinne Muffy Anderson Wiedema Reply

    My mom made Flapper Pie all the time in the 70’s, one of my favorites. I am going to introduce it to my grown sons, they will hopefully love it. I don’t think I ever made it. Grew up in south eastern Alberta. Thank you for posting the recipe.

    • I am so glad that you found this! I am sure your sons will love it, everyone loves this pie! What a wonderful memory to share with them too!

  11. Susan Arnolde Thomas Reply

    thank you, thank you….my Aunt Erna made this pie and passed away before i could get the recipe.

  12. DorothyAnnWolfeFraser Reply

    I’m not an enthusiastic cook……so one day I tried cheating with a flapper pie…..here’s how…..take 1 store bought graham pie crust  put 1 vanilla instant pudding in  top with a  2 egg white merangue and bake for 5 minutes at 350. then I top with whip cream………sorry but I really hate cooking…..lol

  13. DeberahKearns Reply

    I made flapper pie starting at 5:15 am today. As a teen growing up in BC, I made flapper pie; the recipe was on the graham wafer box.

    Now I’m working at Chapter’s & your book flies off the shelves.

    Am taking the pie to a neighbour’s party tonight. The meringue is perfect.

    Deberah,

    St. Albert, Alberta

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      DeberahKearns Glad to hear the book is flying off shelves!! Have fun at the party tonight, I’m sure everyone will love the pie!!

  14. TracyAnderson Reply

    I saw you on global this morning and have been reminiscing about flapper pie all day! This was a family favourite when I was growing up! Like so many that have posted here, I haven’t had it in years! I bought your cookbook for one of my foodie friends and am regretting not getting one for me, lol! I did however find my mom’s cut out of the recipe from a honey Maid graham cracker box !

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      TracyAnderson Yay!!! Proof of where it came from! Slightly different amounts but it must still taste just as good!!! Funny it tells you to temper the eggs but I just mix them right in hahah!

  15. Debra She Who Seeks Reply

    I lived in Manitoba for 40 years before moving here to Alberta so I LOVE FLAPPER PIE! It was always (and remains today) a staple on the menu of the Salisbury House Restaurant chain in Winnipeg. I enjoyed a piece of flapper pie the last time I was in Winnipeg earlier this year. The Sal’s version is noticeably cinnamon-y, though, not just the dash your recipe calls for! Good luck with your recipe book — it sounds fab!

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      Debra She Who Seeks I would love to try the Sals version!

  16. Priscilla Cole Reply

    thekitchenmagpie Priscilla Cole Thanks for your reply.  Much helpful.

  17. Priscilla Cole Reply

    Bake crust at 350 for 10 minutes is not posted in your recipe. 

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      Priscilla Cole The recipe off the “box” in the days has refrigerate the crust, not bake. You can do either. The baked is a crunchy crust, while the refrigerated is easier to cut.

      • Priscilla Cole Reply

        thekitchenmagpie Priscilla Cole Thanks for your reply.  Much helpful.

  18. Dianne Oberg Reply

    Thanks, Karlynn, for the wonderful cookbook and the memories it brought back to my sister and me as we leafed through the pages! My Mom made fabulous flapper pie. Her recipe came from the Paulin’s Graham Wafer box. Paulin’s products were made in Winnipeg which probably explains why flapper pie is a true Prairie treat! It was a fast dessert to make (at least by our Mom) and I remember my brothers coming home from the curling rink on a bonspiel weekend saying the booth had run out of pie and could made some more. Flapper was her go-to pie in this and many other “emergency” situations!

  19. ShelleyBradford Reply

    It’s our southern Alberta prairie family favorite too, this flapper pie. You’ve Nailed the recipe down to the cinnamon. Good one!!

  20. ShelleyBradford Reply

    It’s our southern Alberta prairie family favorite too, this flapper pie. You’ve Nailed the recipe down to the cinnamon. Good one!!

    I took graham crackers to England so I could make it for friends..now they love it too but cannot get graham wafers there. Not the same with digestive cookies.

  21. Lorna Penner Reply

    Best pie ever! Is it still on the waffer box–the recipy?

    • The Kitchen Magpie Reply

      Hasn’t been for years and years! Decades, actually. I haven’t been able to find one, I’ve only heard it was on either cornstarch or graham wafer boxes..

  22. Sandra Abbott Reply

    My mom often make it and I loved it. Now my step-daughter makes it for my Birthday every year. Also the R&R diner has it sometimes. So good.

  23. Christie Titford Reply

    I used your recipe in April for my father in laws birthday! It’s his absolute favourite! Your recipe is so easy to follow and turns out perfectly, can’t wait for the cook book \U0001f60a

    • The Kitchen Magpie Reply

      Awesome to hear! We just had it Sunday and yesterday…so good!

  24. Sue Lassesen-Fowler Reply

    I make Flapper pies and sell them at Rose City Farmers Market Association. It is amazing how many people love this pie. Those who haven’t heard of it before try it and love it.

  25. Susan Portz Reply

    My mama used to make it and I never have. But both my brothers LOVED it and they’ve been doing lots of stuff to help me lately, so I’m thinking a flapper pie thank you might be in order!

  26. Susan Lynn Wang Reply

    My grandma used to make raisin pie, and I haven’t seen it anywhere in years.

    • The Kitchen Magpie Reply

      Well, it’s in my cookbook! The recipe I make for my dad!

  27. Rosaline Linhart Reply

    haven’t had Flapper Pie in years…I used to love it..When we first came to Canada my aunt used to make this scrumptious pie often…oh how I loved it….

    • The Kitchen Magpie Reply

      I think everyone had a mom or grandma that made this!

  28. Susan Muir Myers Reply

    What are Graham crackers sweet or savory I’m thinking more likely sweet but just asking

  29. Janie Lawrence Cilo Reply

    I am smiling to myself as I write this. First of all, my eldest daughter recently asked me to bake a flapper pie for her and secondly, my paternal grandfather, Henry Frank Lawrence, settled our family home, Sabre Ranch in 1986, at, of all places, Pine Lake Alberta. The ranch is still a going concern now in its fourth generation.

    I have lived in Denver, CO for my entire adult life but both my children know flapper pie well! I now have American grandchildren and a son-in-law who loves this too.

    Thank you for posting your recipe, Karolyn. It is spot on with the one I make. In my opinion, the only other pie recipe that comes even remotely close is a Southern recipe called Chess pie. However, I always found when eating chess pie, that I spent the entire time wishing it were flapper pie instead!

    Thanks so much for putting a smile on my face,

    Janie Lawrence Cilo

    Denver, CO

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      Janie Lawrence Cilo AW that was wonderful to read! Did you see my cookbook that is ready to order?  This Flapper Pie recipe inspired the book!

  30. Love this pie. It’s one of my dad’s favorites (born in Camrose) and his mother used to make it often. Just a quick tip: if you make the meringue before the custard then put it on while the custard is hot, being sure to seal the edges, you can make a pie that does stick together and doesn’t have that layer of water between custard and meringue. Best of luck!

  31. Diane Waugh Reply

    We make it too, though not often and… love it warm!!!  Somehow the recipe got lost so I was thrilled to find this on my facebook page… thanks for posting it

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      Diane Waugh Oh yes, it’s a great warm pie too! See? Breakfast! 

  32. I LOVE flapper pie and am one of those who had not heard of it for many many years! Thanks for reminding me of this childhood favourite.

  33. EricBalcom Reply

    Never have a Birthday with out my Flapper Pie , best served after a night in the re-frig . 4 different ways to have the top 

  34. Flapper pie used to be on the menu of virtually every small town prairie cafe and restaurant. Fortunately, my mother (long passed) also used to make it. In my opinion, if you haven’t had flapper pie, you haven’t had pie. Simply the best of the best. Unfortunately, it seems to have disappeared from sight. I am glad that you Ukrainian girls are trying to keep the tradition alive. Never had it fresh for breakfast, but sounds great.

  35. This Flapper Pie recipe made my dad’s day! He kept talking about how his mom made this pie all the time when he was young. He wanted me to make it with a fairly strong cinnamon flavour. He said many people didn’t put much cinnamon, but with his mom’s it was really noticeable, and he said it was throughout the pie, not just in the crust. So, I used 1 tsp of cinnamon in the crust, and 1/4 tsp in the custard….and he said it was just how he remembered it. This is the first time I’ve ever personally tried it, and I have to say I think it is great! I love that it can be made with pantry staples. I also really love that this recipe also led me to this site, which is a treasure trove of recipes I can’t wait to try!

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      @Barbara Thank you SO much for telling me this Barbara! I love hearing these stories from everyone, these stories make my heart so happy! Tell your Dad that I am SO thrilled that he loved it!! Welcome to my site!

  36. ElleVancouver Reply

    My Mom was born just outside Roblin, Manitoba to Ukrainian immigrant parents.  I’m going to have to ask her if she heard about or had it.  I’ve never heard of it but I am going to get my daughter to make it as she has the sweet tooth.  Thanx for posting this!

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      ElleVancouver I am sure that she has definitely heard of flapper pie ! Roblin, Manitoba is

      just a hop, skip and a jump from Dauphin where my parents are both from!

  37. Ann from Edson Reply

    I got this recipe in home ec in central AB many years ago. (I have been married over 52 years so you know it was MANY years ago!) My recipe uses brown sugar instead of white and is my husband’s absolute favorite pie!!

  38. My mom, born and raised in Calgary, got this recipe off the back of the old IBC Graham Wafers box. Does anyone remember IBC Graham Wafers? The box was dark pink and white in color…haven’t seen them around since the ’70s. Seems to me I read that IBC (not sure what that stands for) was based in Winnipeg. Anyway, Flapper Pie was always one of my favourites!

  39. AnneMarieToothill Reply

    My mom (who was born in 44) got this recipe from her babysitter’s mom who used to make it for them growing up. My mom would make it in a 9 x 13 cake pan and my brothers and I would eat the majority of it that day. Glad to see that the recipe is still floating out there on the web

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      AnneMarieToothill I would LOVE this in a 9×13! That’s a fabulous idea!

      • Linda Bixby Reply

        thekitchenmagpie AnneMarieToothill – This pie has been a family favorite *forever* – from family dinners to rodeos. I make mine in a 9×13 pan – – making 2-1/2

        to 3 times the filling. I have even made it once in a pan so big – I used 1-1/2 dozen eggs – it turned out fabulous. It was for a big family get to-gether. 

  40. Grew up with this pie. However it was not called Flapper Pie, just plain ol Custard Pie. I still make one occasionally. have been for the last 40 plus years. Hot the recipe from my Mom.

  41. DeborahAPatterson Reply

    flapper pie is like a little bit of heaven mmmmm good it;s the best

  42. Grew up and still live in Alberta. Flapper pie wa one of my Mom’s staple desserts. Came from the thirties because it was good but economical.

  43. joanpeterson11 Reply

    LOVE flapper pie. Lived in MB and SK as a kid and I remember it well.  I was fortunate to find it the other day at a little teahouse in rural AB. YUM YUM YUM

  44. PatriciaBoen Reply

    had this all the time, we were from Central Sask. Mom always made it with whip cream topping.

  45. Sandra Rosin Reply

    I too grew up with flapper pie and like many of the comments below, the recipe we used was on the graham crumb box.  We blind baked the crust first and it’s better if it’ cool before adding the cooked filling.  Also, I prefer to use 1 1/2 tbsp. of flour and 3 tbsp. of cornstarch to thicken rather than all cornstarch as is in this recipe,  It holds nicely but is softer and not so gelled.  The eggs are better if tempered and added after the filling is hot and then continue to cook until thick, add the butter and vanilla at the very end after you have removed it from the heat.  I do not bother with a double boiler, but stir it continually and manage not to burn it.  When you make the meringue, make sure the egg white are room temp and ten minutes in the oven are way too long….the bit about saving a bit of the crumbs to sprinkle on top is crucial for authenticity in my opinion.  This lovely pie is made and served at the Grey Goose Café in Kitchener, BC and is very popular so be sure to stop in if you are driving the Kootenays.

  46. I adore flapper pie. Thanks for the recipe. My mom, who died last Saturday halfway through her 100th year, made a wonderful flapper pie. You’re right that it is a prairie-only thing. The recipe was on the graham wafers box at one point.

  47. Flapper Pie has always been on the menu at the Salisbury House in Winnipeg, where you can have it by the slice or buy a whole pie to take home. It’s always been a toss up for me which I like better; the Flapper Pie or the Sals chocolate dipped spicy cake donuts. Yum! So happy to have the recipe. Thanks.

  48. BruceJamieson Reply

    You certainly brought back memories.  My mother was a “flapper” of sorts in the late 1920s early ’30s, and in the Kelvington Saskatchewan area, with her own dance band, and made us this pie throughout the 50s and 60s.  Here is a picture of her and the band outside of the telephone exchange (my grandfather’s business) in Kelvington, circa 1932.  Cheers to you and your enjoyable blog.

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      BruceJamieson These are amazing!!! Thank you for sharing these! I love them!

      • BruceJamieson Reply

        thekitchenmagpie BruceJamieson Thank you.  Her name was Nora Haney, and she married my dad, Alex Jamieson towards the end of WWII.   They both served in the Royal Canadian Air Force.  Her grandfather was Horace Hartley Haney, who supervised the construction of many trestle bridges for the CPR as it went out west to join up with the branch coming through the Rockies from Vancouver.  He also built the first schoolhouse in Calgary, and at the time, the Duhamel/Battle River rail bridge in the Camrose area of Alberta which was the world’s biggest trestle bridge for a while.  Nice to share these things with you.  

  49. I’m from BC and this is an old family tradition of my Gramdma’s…. She was born and raised in BC too! No one else here seems to know about it, but it is a holiday favourite in our family. Because my Grandma made it, her 3 daughters never needed to! So, now I’m the pie maker! I was asked to make pies for Easter dinner on Sunday and I sent a poll out for what kind everyone wanted … overwhelmingly everyone sent back Flapper, of course! Love it! This is pretty much exactly my Grandma’s recipe.

  50. Spoonlicker Reply

    Yah. Thad’d be lemon meringue pie with lemon swapped pout for vanilla.

  51. campercats Reply

    My Mom made this all the time when I was growing up in a small town in Manitoba. I made this for my children, who also could not wait until it cooled, diving into it and demolishing it in one night.   Now, in BC I make this for my poor friends who had never heard or tasted this delicacy before and I have many converted BCiters who are in love with this pie.  I could not believe that they had never heard or tasted this before!!!!

    Thanks for you post.   I stumbled upon it looking for this recipe as \I had misplaced mine.

  52. bcuthbert62 Reply

    I had forgotten about the Flapper Pie….I am from Winnipeg, Manitoba and have enjoyed the Flapper Pie which was a hot item on Salisbury House menu boards.  Growing up in the North End of Winnipeg, it was a staple pie for us.  I will definitely try the recipe and thanks for the blast from the past!!! 🙂

  53. We grew up having lemon meringue in “flapper” crust. Mom blind baked the crust til just golden brown and it would stay together much better.

  54. I got my recipe from my grandma who is originally from Treadwell, Ontario and lived mostly in Hamilton, Ontario…no idea where she got the recipe but I grew up eating this, thanks to my mom!  The measurements vary slightly but the ingredients are the same.  Mind you she never put meringue on it but I bet it’s just as good!

  55. I’m in the rare category of Flapper Pie being a family favourite. My mum always used to make it, mostly for special occasions. I’m 53 and my mum is 81 and still baking and we are British, living in the UK. She always knew it was a Canadian recipe, but I’ll have to ask her again how she first came about it. The only difference that my mum makes to your recipe is the addition of a layer of mashed banana underneath the custard, but apart from that, it’s identical. Lovely seeing this post, thanks for sharing

  56. My Grandmother grew up in Winnipeg, and lived there until 1910ish.  We’d have Flapper pie for Sunday dinners many times during the year.  My brothers and I were spoiled to have her living with us!!  You’ve brought back some wonderful memories, now to the kitchen to make one!!!  Tom.

  57. JudyDesfosses Reply

    I grew up eating Flapper Pie in southern Saskatchewan, but my mom made it with brown sugar. I loved it! Have you tried Sour Cream Pie?

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      JudyDesfosses No, do you have a good recipe for Sour Cream pie? Sounds interesting!

      • HelenGalbraith Reply

        Sour cream raisin was my Dad’s favourite. It’s ok with commercial sour cream but best is sour heavy cream.

  58. Janet Johnston Rude Reply

    Flapper Pie was a preferred dessert at Sunday dinners in my family growing up in Alberta. Though my mother would also make it with butterscotch filling as well. I’ve continued the tradition and have made it for years for my children who love it!

  59. Gloria Sponselee Reply

    This recipe for “Flapper Pie” was on the back of the Graham Cracker box when I was growing up.  

    At Christmas, my mom always made two each of everyone’s favourite pie.  Although the others were the traditional ones; apple, mincemeat, cherry and lemon meringue,  my dad’s favourite was favourite was “Flapper Pie”.   Fond memories

  60. I loooove Flapper Pie!  We had it as kids growing up in Saskatoon!

  61. Karlynn:

    Thanks for the recipe. I had never heard of Flapper Pie until I saw it in an Allrecipes.com e-mail. I wanted to know what it was and looked at it. I am happy to know the history. 

     My mother made this for years and years-and we are not Canadian. It’s called “Cream Torte” and it was not baked in a pie dish. She used a small, deep-sided Pyrex casserole dish, and also used Zwieback for the crumb crust and topping. She used the 6-oz box of Nabisco zwieback, along with the butter, sugar, and cinnamon. She saved out 1 cup of it to sprinkle on the top. Otherwise, your recipe is the same as mine. 

    Nabisco doesn’t make zwieback anymore and to me, it just doesn’t taste the same with anything else. I now make my own zwieback using the recipe at King Arthur Flour.

    It’s spot on Cream Torte now. I can recommend trying it with zwieback.  ”Cream Torte” is calling to me now. . . 

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      @Kathy I think every area has their “cream pie”, that’s for sure! It’s just known as something different in each region! Your Mom’s version sounds delicious!

      • thekitchenmagpie

        It’s the best! It’s a lot more involved now that I have to make the zwieback, but it’s worth every second to me. 

  62. Annie Flanagan Reply

    Well, I’ve only been a Canadian for 43 years and moved directly to Northern Alberta where I encountered it at some of the cafes and diners in the north:  made, of course, by the Chinese cooks every time.  It’s not just our northern prairies that lay claim to this:  my grandma made it for us frequently and it was a staple of the Oklahoma farmhouses of her childhood, along with double boiler cooked custard coconut cream pie :).

    • Prairie Girl Reply

      Maybe you know the coconut version of Flapper Pie

      Was known as Gigolo Pie and was known as the mate to Flapper Pie which has always been my favourite.

      My mother was also a flapper era child and made it

      Often. Grew up in Manitoba and worked in the Salisbury House in high school.

  63. We used to make this at the Bessborough Hotel (Saskatoon).  It was always one of the first pies to sell out!  Will be making this the first chance I get!!  

  64. patsharkey Reply

    My husband is a Flapper Pie expert and says this is a great recipe.  I will be serving this for his birthday today.  thanks a bunch.  It has been 24 years before I had him tell me this is the best flapper pie recipe I have ever made, just like his Moms!

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      patsharkey Aw thanks for letting me know!! What a wonderful story and happy birthday to him!

  65. Txs for the recipe! Ate flapper pie all my life in Ferland ,SK! My daughter in law (from Regina)surprises me with one every chance she gets! Yum! Txs for the recipe

  66. My mom is from Alberta and we grew up as kids eating it here in BC, but most people have never heard it it. Still one of our favorites and now my kids ask me to bring it for family gatherings

  67. BredbornraisedAlbertan Reply

    You have NOT had flapper pie till you have had Lemon Flapper Pie……..My Mom used to make it. It ROCKED. Hhhmmm, sadly her recipes(cookbooks) were misplaced. Guess I’ll have to get creative…

  68. People, this recipe was on the side of the graham cracker crumb box – yes, that was many years ago.  Brian is right you need to bake the crust first, .then add the cooled filling (yes, it was left on the counter to cool) when putting the meringue on top make sure to seal the meringue to the edge of the crust and final hint, use whole milk and real butter and sugar.  It is so good and remember it is a treat.  In our house my non-baking mother would make two pies, she would cut it into 4th’s you got a quarter of pie for supper and before bed, the other pie was cut.  I have no idea if the pie would keep overnight.  I have tried making it with 1% and lite butter but it does not taste anything like the real, made in the 50’s pie.

  69. Brian Champlin Reply

    Hi Karlynn

    My Mother made no this wonderful pie every weekend while we were growing up.

    The recipe that I have has been passed along from generation to generation since the early 1800’s.

    In our recipe, the crust is baked for eight minutes, then the filling is added and the pie is left to cool; about three hours (not in the fridge) and then the meringue is added and baked for ten minutes.

    Try it this way and the crust will stay together.

    Brian Champlin

  70. Thanks for sharing! I grew up eating this pie in Ontario…but my Mom called it “Graham Wafer pie”…the recipe was on the side of the graham wafer box at one time.

  71. Badgerbluff Reply

    So, do you actually mix all the filling ingredients together and cook that way, or cook all but the beaten egg yolks, then add them after filling has cooked and started to thicken?

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      Badgerbluff  The recipe we use has the ingredients all together, not separate.

  72. Carole Clark Reply

    yummy.  This is available at Vi’s Pies in Edmonton Alberta.   Not just a Manitoba recipe – very much a Saskatchewan and Alberta favorite.   

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      Carole Clark I was JUST there and no flapper pie! I’m going to have to stalk them now lol and ask when they make it! 

  73. I remember flapper pie as a child growing up in Manitoba.  I printed the recipe and plan to give it a try.  One question … #1 in the Instructions refers to making the crust and not the topping correct?

  74. Hi Karlynn, just a quick note to help those of us who don’t bake as much and might be confused. In both places where your instructions are listed, you have written “Mix all the topping ingredients” instead of “Mix all crust ingredients. ” I have never made meringue, so I was thinking, “Oh, you have to refrigerate it before you beat it” until I read it through a second time. 🙂

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      @Karen Haha fixed! It’s literally copied straight from my grandma’s recipe, so I didn’t even think of that, thank you! 

  75. In our community in Alberta, a few families made flapper pie but not very often.  I remember my first flapper pie, which was a a box social at the community hall.  I do not remember whose box lunch I bid and won but I do remember the flapper pie.

    • @Randy A box social! I remember those from my childhood in Alberta!

  76. it was really neat to read about the cafe that you went to in the pinelake area i was the cook at the campground green acres and made all the pies for years they called me the pie lady before i started it was another elderly lady that taught me to make the flapper pie and i to this day still make it and many other pies great to read your story 

  77. Muriel Park Reply

    Lots of people in BC are originally from the prairies and I am sure are familiar with this delicious pie

  78. Karlynn Johnston Reply

    Brenda I love that story, thank you for sharing it! That’s too funny and cute!

  79. Karlynn Johnston Reply

    You are welcome Angela! I hope you bake it up soon! Such a Canadian classic!

  80. Ellen Chychul Reply

    When I was a child, our little community had Friday night skating parties where we got together with friends to skate on the outdoor rink, complete with music and lights. The women provided lunch as a fund raiser, and I always had a hot dog and flapper pie. These were rare treats and I was sure I’d died and gone to heaven. It’s still my favourite.

  81. I grew up in Moose Jaw, SK and my mom made this pie, now I live in Alberta where no one has heard of it. I had a hankering and made one last month, delicious, family loved it and it was gone in no time! Now after reading this, I need another one!

  82. Hayley Teague Reply

    Thank you for bringing back great childhood memories of Mom’s Flapper Pie! My sister called it cake. 🙂

  83. Douglas Jameson Reply

    An Alberta favourite from my long-ago childhood. Hmmmm…. Time to get busy in the kitchen!

  84. My Mom made Flapper Pies for years and they were everyones favorite I haven’t made one for a long time but I do still have the receipt And yes I am from Alberta aren’t we a lucky bunch

  85. This is one of my family’s favorite. A must have when my kids are home for a visit.

    I made this for my Dad before he passed away, he wouldn’t eat anything but when I made him some flapper pie he not only ate it but he fed himself.

  86. Deby Bryan Reply

    Try adding a package of powdered gelatin to the crust ingredients to help stay together

    . Works for me!

  87. Leslie Crawford Reply

    My mom made this all the time for my father. It is his absolute favorite pie. Now that mom is gone I make it a couple times a year for my dad! And have taught my daughter to make it, so the recipe lives on. My mom was from Sask, and I’m born and raised in Alberta.

  88. Jeanne Renee Nolan Reply

    A very similar pie, served in a pastry casing but without the meringue and with a sprinkling of cinnamon is a traditional South African favourite, known as Milk Tart!

  89. Patricia Gammon Loeppky Reply

    We use to have this all the time!! My grandmother use to make it , my mom, and even I made it. It is my favourite pie!! Haven’t made it for years, thanks for the recipe, as I lost mine!!

  90. Debbie MacRae Reply

    I’ve always loved Flapper pie – a favourite of my Grandma’s and my Mom’s but it’s been about a year since I made it last. Of course, it’s never “as good as Grandma made it…..” but it’s close! Somehow childhood taste buds just had better flavour!

  91. Genevieve Deschamps Reply

    It was acutally quite popular in Quebec too, when my grandma was alive, I remember eating some quite often!

  92. I’m from Alberta. I remember going to the curling rink as a little girl when my parents were curling in a bonspiel. Hamburgers with cooked onions followed by flapper pie. I can almost taste it now.

  93. Cheryl Clarke Reply

    My mom still makes flapper pie. I love it! I can’t recall if my girls have tried it.

  94. Brenda Dolha Reply

    My Dad comes from the prairies, but it is my MOM’s side of the family that lives for this- we don’t have cake on our birthdays, we have Birthday Pie (this recipe for flapper pie is identical). My grandmother had boarders for years, and every month they would ‘let slip’ that one of the three of them was having a birthday the following week, and Grandma would pencil it in on the calendar… she finally realized what was happening, and said “you three are aging awfully quick, having a birthday four times a year!’ BTW, amongst the hydro employees working on the hydro tunnels in Niagara Falls, there was a waiting list for Mrs. Diamond’s house!

  95. Amber Bernauer Reply

    My grandma used to make this. Now, my husband’s grandma makes it, and it’s awesome. It’s happiness in a pie plate 🙂

  96. Brad Murphy Reply

    My mom always made flapper pie, one of my faves, course I’m kinda partial to all pie!

  97. Don’t know anyone who doesn’t like flapper pie! And if Aunt Phoos made it, it had to be good. Probably not as good as her cinnamon buns, but still delicious. Tell Chance to try and if he doesn’t like, give to me!!!

  98. My mother in-law used to make this, my wife makes it once in awhile, my daughter makes this all the time. My daughter gets requests for flapper pie from everyone she has shared it with, her in-laws, friends, even the local RCMP. We all love flapper pie, it is a favorite at family dinners or any occasion really. I can hardly wait to try it just out of the oven for breakfast. mm mm good!

  99. my Mom made it and I made it and sometimes for a change we use lemon pie filling. Myself I prefer the cream filling. Actuaaly only a couple of days ago I mentioned to my Grandson that I would make one as he said he doesn’t remember ever eating it . I am from Alberta and my Grandmother and mother both made flapper pie.

  100. Susan Green Wood Reply

    I have the Birds custard but wondered if the scratch is a nicer? lighter colour and flavour…

  101. Abby Lauree Clark Reply

    My hubby’s favourite! Gonna make for supper tonight. From Manitoba.

  102. Karlynn Johnston Reply

    I DID find it at a very small town farmers market being sold in the town center, and it was SOLD OUT every time! I never got there early enough haha! Next year!

  103. Karlynn Johnston Reply

    Aw, that’s the kind of thing I love to hear! Just like we found the recipe for my mom and made it. It’s such a family tradition!

  104. Angela Osborne Kurtz Reply

    I also come from Alberta. My Grandma made this pie often!! She told me they made it a lot in the winter because they didn’t always have fruit on hand for a filling but they always had eggs, milk, butter, and sugar. Thanks for the recipe that is one that didn’t get passed down. YUM!

  105. Maria Rattray Fontaine Reply

    Thank you for posting the recipe!! My mom used to make this a lot but hasn’t for several years now. She has talked many times of how she would love Flapper Pie but you can’t ever find it!! Guess I’ll have to make her one and surprise her!!

  106. Marie Morrison Reply

    We love this pie. I double the recipe and it fits in 11×14 pan. Because 1 pie is never enough!

  107. Have looked for this recipe for years, everyone had something similar but not the illusive “Flapper Pie”!

  108. Chelene Freyman Reply

    it is a staple pie here still in Maidstone, Saskatchewan, small town pie bingo every wednesday in the autumn months, you better win in the first few bingos if you want a chance at a flapper pie! always the first pie to be gone at the Fall Suppers too. i made it once last year for Thanksgiving to go along with our pumpkin pie, and mly grandmothers made it all the time too

  109. CindyWaltersBuscholl Reply

    Funny story – Flapper Pie is my dad’s favorite. My mom asked me to make one for him when I was home visiting one weekend. We get out all the ingredients only to find we’re short on milk. We send Dad out to pick up some milk while I get started on making the crust. Milk in hand I start making that delicious custard filling. I’m stirring and suddenly things start to bubble up and up, and up, and up…I had to rush the kettle to the sink before it was ALL over the stove. What the heck? A quick check of the ingredients…Mom had given me baking soda instead of corn starch. :O Dad made another trip for more milk…His mouth had been watering waiting for that Flapper Pie. Oh my but that was a tasty pie! Once we had all the right ingredients! 😀 we still giggle about that 30+ years later

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      CindyWaltersBuscholl Sounds like a wonderful family memory Cindy! And funny too! 

  110. Susan Green Wood Reply

    Was a favourite in my big Alberta family…I’m gonna make it !

  111. THANK YOU! I’ve been asking many friends and family for the recipe for “Flapper Pie’ and no one seemed to really know what I was talking about! I can finally make it myself! Happy – Happy – Happy!

  112. Yes my mom use to make it as well and it was on the menu at the Sals. When I had my first job there! Many, Many moons ago.

  113. Lynne Slater Reply

    My mother used to make this and I have a recipie somewhere. She used Birds brand custard in the filling. It is also on the dessert menu in Salisbury house restaurants in winnipeg … Enjoy!!

  114. Deanne Ruel Reply

    I live on vancouver island and my mom still makes this! Yummy! It was her moms recipe from the prairies 😉

  115. Terry Harrison Reply

    My mom use to make it with lemon pie filling so we use to call that flapper pie?

  116. yep! saskatchewan here too,and this is my Mother and Grandmothers favorite pie,Grandma worked at a Truck stop cafe and they would go nuts over her Flapper pie,This brought back wonderful memories…Thank you

  117. Trish Bogart Reply

    Ukranian Mother – Check

    Raised in Central Alberta – Check

    Threshing Crew and regular Company Dessert – (Often referred to Boston Cream Flapper Pie) Check

    Flapper Pie last made – actually this very last Friday (first time in a very long time) – Check

    VARIATIONS you might like to try and equally as good for breakfast:

    * if using Instant Pudding mix, bake crust for about 7 minutes before adding custard, LET COOL in refrigerator completely, then add custard and meringue or whipped cream topping.

    * turn this into Banana Cream by adding fresh Bananas on cool crust

    * or turn this into a Coconut Cream Pie by adding finely cut Coconut into Crust or stir longer threads into custard and sprinkle on top of Meringue or Whipped Cream topping

    * Graham Crust is also very good for Lemon Meringue and Pumpkin and then you must try this with a CHOCOLATE Custard = Chocolate Flapper Pie

  118. Truann Brotzel Reply

    No–my Mom made lemon pie & flapper pie. Flapper pie is one of my favorites!

  119. Lisa Gordon Reply

    it’s not lost, my grandma makes it all the time 🙂

    it’s a family favorite 🙂

  120. Betty Marie Hill Reply

    I haven’t made this for ages! Was always a special treat! My gramma & my mom made it also, so it’s been around for a very long time, and yes I’m from Saskatchewan!

  121. I remember making these pies at harvest time for the combine crews in central Saskatchewan.  We made lots of them because the ingredients were plentiful and cheap. We didn’t put the meringue on them though, but served dollops of whip cream and strawberries right out in the field.  

    I have come across them all across the prairies at hockey rinks and auction sales.  Brings back lots of memories!  Thanks for the  🙂

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      BevHagel Whipped cream would be very fast, easy and tasty on top top!

  122. Hate to disillusion you but my grandmother came straight to the Okanagan Valley from England in 1914 and always made this pie for us – often in the Fall – usually Thanksgiving.   

    • gramakimmy Reply

      @Penny  Recipes are shared between friends and friends of friends.  It could have easily traveled between friends and relatives to everywhere.  I lived in Okanogan and Oroville.  Our house in Oroville was 2 miles from the Canadian border.  Most people people I knew crossed the border for various reasons.  So no one needs to be disillusioned.  I love the recipe exchanges and sharing stories.  Sometimes it’s like connecting the dots. lol


  123. I don’t make pies often – usually just for holidays -  but when I read this post, memories of being a young girl came flooding back, and I got up from my chair and just made it! … I grew up in a little AB prairie town, and a friends mom would make this sometimes when I would eat supper with them and I LOVED it!

    I made one little change which added lovely flavour to the custard – I added 2 Tbsp of butter to it as soon as I took it off the heat, similar to what my butterscotch pie recipe calls for.

    Thank you for posting this – I’m thrilled to share a little bit of the prairies with my NB family 🙂

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

      MissDeja  It’s comments like yours that make what I am doing so worth all the work! I just love hearing from readers, especially when it’s beautiful comments and memories like this <3

  124. I also grew up on Flapper pie, it is still my favorite.

    My mother used the recipe that used to be on the back of the graham cracker box

    when they took that off the recipe got lost, I am very happy to have found recipe that is

    just as good as I remember.

  125. erinseanpatrick Reply

    My Momma would call this (famously), “Tuesday Pie”!  So named because it was just a middle of the week dessert, nothing fancy. It is DIVINE!!!

    • gramakimmy Reply

      @erinseanpatrick I wonder if that was like when my mother in law had baking bread day, pie day, laundry day, putting food “up”.  Meaning canning and other food storage.  I used to think that was pretty funny and clever too.  Production often key, with her family. lol 

  126. so excited to see this recipe.  Had my first and only slice of Flapper Pie when I was 10 and have been longing for a second ever since.  Now, 35 years later, I have a recipe and a plan to bake this weekend.  THANK YOU

  127. CassieTollin Reply

    Alberta Born and Raised! My grandma makes this pie and it is definitely my favorite! Thank you for sharing your recipe! I did not realize it was an “Alberta Pie” I know when I mention it no one knows what I am talking about! 

  128. I grew up on this pie although not for breakfeast.  When I got older my daughter and I would request this for our birthday instead of cake.  So we have birthday pie instead of cake, we would have it no other way! The pie would only make it through one sitting because the three of us would not stop eating till it was all gone.   My mother is from Newfoundland and has no connection to the prairies.

  129. Kevin Monahan Reply

    My mom made it all the time and since she passed I haven’t seen it so went searching and found your site. Am going to make it myself as it was a favorite of mine 35 yrs ago Thanks Kevin

  130. something is missing in the ingredients  tried it and taste bland

  131. Grammyof4boys I love the responses I received for this recipe. It seems to bring back memories for everyone, a true Canadian prairie classic pie!

  132. grammyof4boys Reply

    I remember Flapper Pie and have always thought it to be one of my favorites. I haven’t had it for years, and this post brings back the memories. Thanks for the recipe, will surely try it soon!!!

  133. Rob Nutter Reply

    you are so funny,making flapper pie tomorrow for christmas.havn,t made it since I was in highschool foods class.

     

    Rob Nutter chef extrordinare,Castlegar BC

  134. KimberleyMann Reply

    I grew up making and eating this pie. I learned it whilst growing up in Red Deer AB. We also baked the crust for 10 minutes before adding filling.

  135. Alberta Rose Reply

    The Alberta way is to bake the crust for 5 to 7 minutes, cool and then finish the pie. It doesn’t break apart then.

     

  136. Lindaliz63 Reply

    You use to get  Flapper Pie at a cafe located between Innisfail and Red Deer Alberta. My last 2 visits out west we went there 2-3 times for the pie and going back in January and will be there again. My Mom was raised in Innisifail and we have family there.  She used to make this years ago.

  137. happy guest Reply

    Our grandparents came to Alberta in the late 1800’s from other parts of Europe. They made flapper pie too. It is our favorite pie as well. After checking recipes, I landed on your page here. It’s a sweet site. I’m going to surf it from my living room in Calgary. Thank you..

  138. Laura MacDonald Reply

    My mom grew up on a farm around Medicine Hat, flapper pie is on of her favs.

  139. Saskatchewan here!.. You may have more success with your pie filling if you bring the milk and sugar to a boil slowly whisking in corn starch…once it boils break in egg yolks and keep stirring at a ow medium heat until it thickens…add vanilla once you remove off heat.

  140. CookTheStory Reply

    Hmmm…I’m Manitoban and I have not heard of this. I feel like I’m missing out on some part of my heritage. I’m going to post to FB now and hope that this brings back some nice memories for my Manitoban friends and family. The pie looks and sounds deelish, btw.

  141. Interesting. I’ve never heard of Flapper Pie, but the recipe sounds exactly like the standard cream pie recipe that I use. I normally top mine with whipped cream but I’ve seen it topped with meringue as well. 

     

    I also use this recipe w/ about half the cornstarch when making pudding – less cornstarch makes it set up less. Then add bananas and ‘nilla wafers for Southern style banana pudding. 🙂

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

       karacooks Flapper pie is definitely a Canadian term for this pie! The bananas sound soooo yummy!

  142. Kandice Martinez Reply

    Mmmm, flapper pie is one of my all time Faves! Brings back really great memories of my Grandma It is also my Mom’s fave but she says its hard to find a place that makes a good one. Might have to try this recipe myself and surprise her 🙂

  143. The Kitchen Magpie Reply

    Yay Breanne! I love to hear more people are tackling pies! Pastry still gives me a hard time too on occasion, its a learning process for sure! And eating the practice pies is an ok deal 😉

  144. The Kitchen Magpie Reply

    Linda it sure is a generational pie, isn’t it? It’s a pie I think should be brought back into todays kitchens! Easy and soooo delicious!

  145. JanetBrown Reply

    Yipeee!!!!  My mom made flapper pie all the time when I was a kid.  Manitoba RULES!!!  Thanks for this recipe.  A tip…if you cut it with a really hot knife it will cut cleaner.

    • thekitchenmagpie Reply

       JanetBrown Oh good tip!!! I will have to try that next time I make it! Yes, Manitoba farm recipes are sure something!

  146. Breanne Abigail Reply

    And by bye I think I meant now. Not at all the same word…silly auto correct

  147. Breanne Abigail Reply

    Sounds delicious!! I’ve never had it, but will bye have to make one. I’ve been taking a cue from you, and have been making pies here, there and everywhere! I like that this one doesn’t have a pastry crust…they’ve been giving me a headache lately!

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