Original recipe yields 8 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Very sweet, very rich, VERY delicious - made even richer and more delicious by the dollops of double cream we served it with. If you want a festive pie (for example if you really hated the pers...
This was very good. Made for my mother who loves raisins. I don't care for them in quite such abundance (don't care for mincemeat, either). I made this twice. Once as-is (I think every recipe d...
This pie was absolutely delicious! And everyone got a big kick out of the name!
"Funeral pie" is a recipe that mainstream American cookbooks have featured for years (I have several 1930s cookbooks that feature it). Its reputation as a pie for mourners is well-established, b...
I substituted dried fruit medaly (Australian) with dried apple apricot peaches sultanas etc. Definately a keeper. Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
This is a lovely pie: an excellent taste, and so easy to make. My family loved it, I'll be sure to make it again!
This was delicious, like a sweeter, subtler version of mincemeat pie. Everyone in the family liked it, but we did change the name to "Amish Raisin Pie" because "Funeral Pie" was a little morbid.
I'm English and when I baked this pie for my family they found it wonderfully unusual, and very delicious. I love it; it really wasn't very difficult and the result was spot on. I'll keep this r...