Impossible Ham 'n Swiss Pie (makes its own crust)

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    Posynut_NY_zone4
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    2 cups cut- up fully cooked smoked ham

    1 cup shredded natural Swiss cheese (about 4 ounces)

    1/2 cup chopped green onions or chopped onion

    4 eggs

    2 cups milk 1 cup Bisquick baking mix

    1/4 tsp. salt, if desired

    1/8 tsp. black pepper

    Heat oven to 400 degrees.  Grease pie plate 10 x 1 1/2inches.

    Sprinkle ham, cheese & onions in plate.  Beat remaining ingredients until smooth, 15 seconds in blender on high or 1 minute with hand beater.  Pour into plate.  Bake until golden brown and knife inserted in center comes out clean, 35-40 minutes.  Cool 5 minutes.  6 servings

    (High altitude:  Bake about 45 minutes)


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    wilderness_NY_Z4
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    Posy, I love impossible pies since I flunked pie crust 101.  I make a lot of dessert pies that way.  Those were very popular in the 60′s and 70′s but still work just fine in my house.


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    margba
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    I will try this!  Sounds great & a good idea for your leftover ham!


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    Jo Ann
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    I will make this for sure.  Thanks for posting.


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    dena1123
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    Posy-

    I used to make the Impossible Pies years ago.  They were such a quick meal for a single, on the go, Mom.  The Ham and Swiss were one of our favorites and so was the Taco one.  Served with a salad, it was a nice and easy meal..

     


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    Wendy
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    Love the impossible pies too! I bought a cookbook of Biquick and it’s interesting to read with the new stuff in there made easy.


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    Posynut_NY_zone4
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    Pie crust 101 I flunked no matter what kind of crust it was for including fruit pies!  We must’ve been in the same class, Wilderness.

    In fact, I baked a frozen cherry pie today.  Sara Lee helped me, too!


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    skippydel13zone6KY
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    Yum, this sounds really good and think I’ll try it too and I’ll join the “I can’t make a good pie crust” team. LOL


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    narnian
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    I must admit that I am happy to hear others too have flunked pie crusts! My mother baked daily for many years, and could make anything (I cannot eat doughnuts to this day because they taste like cardboard compared to mom’s!) I can bake pretty well, and can make a pumpkin pie or dutch apple pie…anything that doesn’t need a top crust, because it will never, ever come out right.

    I love the Bisquick lasagna pie, but we doctor it up so much it is not at all like their recipe.

    I love quiches and this ham and swiss sounds good, too.

    Linda Z


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