Buttermilk Pie has earned the Best Party Dessert Award for this year. It's simple to produce, the filling is luxuriously sweet and fluffy on the inside with a mildly crackled sugar top, and while being an old-fashioned Southern recipe, it doesn't earn the popularity it merits. 

If you've never had a southern buttermilk pie, you should run to the kitchen and bake this recipe to learn what it is like. It looks small, but every bite is incredible! The filling is soft and has a rich, buttery flavor that complements the flaky crust it is served on. 

Buttermilk pie tastes close to -crème brûlée-. It's soft, creamy, and buttery. In reality, fans of the glossy “lid” on top of crème brûlée would also be fascinated to see the buttermilk pie forms a crackly top as well.


- 3 Cups.Of cake flour. 

- 3 medium eggs. 

- 1 Cup.Of regular white sugar. 

- 1 Cup.Of buttermilk. 

- 1/4 Cup.Of salted butter, You need to melt it before.

- 1 Cup.Of lemon juice. 

- 2 small Lemon's zest.

- 1 Small spoon.Of vanilla extract. 

- 1 pie shell, I made it from graham crackers.

- Fresh fruits: For decorate.



Step 1 - Heat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Blend together sugar and flour in a large mixing bowl. 

Step 2 - Then, blend in the beaten eggs, buttermilk,  butter,  lemon juice,  lemon zest, and vanilla extract by mixing them together in a bowl using an electric mixer at a medium pace. 

Step 3 - When incorporated, pour the filling onto the pie. 

Step 4 - Cooking for at least 35 minutes Chilled on a wire rack for 2 hours, until ready to serve. 

Step 5 - Garnish with your own fresh or whipped toppings, to taste. 

Try this buttermilk pie, and be sure that you won't regret it! It's so delicious! So creamy!! and it deserves a shot! So make it and let us know the results in the comments below!

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