Several websites carry Paula Deen pie recipes, including the Food Network and Paula Deen's own personal website. The Food Network website is totally free and offers a search feature where you can look for recipes specifically from the chef. The Paula Deen website itself...
Paula Deen's recipe for "Mrs. Salter's Peanut Butter Pie" is easy to follow and calls for whipping cream, sugar, cream cheese, confectioner's sugar and crunchy peanut butter. After preparation, pour the mixture into a graham cracker crust and chill for several hours.
Paula Deen has two shepherd pie recipes available on the Food Network website, as of 2015. Her regular version requires the use of a baking pan or casserole dish, while her Christmas version requires the use of six ramekins.
Paula Deen has three pecan pie recipes that complement Thanksgiving dinners: Bourbon Pecan Pie, Chocolate Pecan Pie and Mystery Pecan Pie. All three recipes receive high marks for taste and ease of baking from other bakers who have made the pies.
Paula Deen does not have a recipe for chocolate chess pie on her website. Her only published chess pie recipe does not contain any chocolate. A similar recipe that contains chocolate is the chocolate chess pie recipe offered by Southern Lady magazine.
Paula Deen has numerous soup recipes, including sweet potato and date, butter bean, chicken noodle, coconut, French onion and creamy cheddar. These recipes can be found for free on the Food Network website or on Paula Deen's personal website. Both provide user feedback ...
Paula Deen's buttermilk pie recipe uses 1/3 cup butter. It also calls for 1 1/2 cups sugar, 1 cup buttermilk, 1/2 cup biscuit mix, 3 eggs and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. The recipe makes six to eight servings.