9 Reviews

Wonderfull rhubarb pie!!! without all the fuss and muss and not too sweet!! Didn't change a thing, we loved it!! with a blurb of sour cream to top it off, a keeper Tebo!! thanks for sharing. UPDATE: Couldn't resist tellin you Tebo, I keep getting requests for the "big rhubarb cookie"!! They really love it and it's so easy and quick Thanks again!!

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Derf June 20, 2002

I didn't have the pecans or walnuts on hand so used slivered almonds, and it worked okay. I also tried to cut down on the sugar a bit, and used 1/2 "Splenda" and 1/2 sugar. I found it got more moist the second day, and was even better. Barb Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

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Barbara Romahn May 23, 2002

This is really good and easy and delicious. I would suggest the sugar and rhubarb "marinate" together for longer before adding other ingredients so the rhubarb can sweeten up and soften a but. Really good warm with frozen vanilla yogurt!!

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mstuart727 May 25, 2009

Mmmm, tasty! This "pie" was really quite good. I enjoyed every moist, flavourful mouthful! When I originally tasted the batter, though, it was quite bland - so I added an additional teaspoon of cinnamon, making it perfect. I also had to omit the nuts, but that's because I'm allergic. Also, I was quite confused with the directions - the ingredients call for baking powder but the directions say baking soda (I used powder). Altogether, it was really good, and I'll probably make it again! Thanks for sharing!

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katii July 07, 2008

Quick, easy, mmm good. I probably used close to 2 cups of rhubarb, and it was cut large. It was a great quick treat to have after dinner. Next time I am going to try 4 cups of rhubarb and doubleing the rest of the ing. to get a thicker piece, hoefully it will be the same consistancy. I rhubarb was kinda dry, I cut it a few days ago, and i think that could make a diff. Also I noticed that the ing. call for baking powder, but the directions say baking soda...it almost threw me. All in all good stuff.

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i8ntproverbs31 June 06, 2006

This didn't really turn out like a pie, more like the "rhubarb cookie" another reviewer mentioned. Although this was an incredibly quick and simple recipe to put together, the "cookie" part of it was kind of spongy and bland. Not bad, just not really to our liking and we won't be making it again.

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CountryMama May 22, 2006

Very good rhubarb pie! Next time we will add more rhubarb because we found it had to little in it. We love rhubarb!!

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Tophondo July 20, 2005

Really good, even our rhubarb hater ate it! I used Splenda Blend, and used about 1/3C of it! Thanx for posting.

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mickie49 May 31, 2005

Loved this as a quick 'n' easy rhubarb fix. Couldn't keep husband or me out of the kitchen until it was all gone! I think it's more of a cake than a pie but whatever you call it, it's darn tasty!

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Sackville May 28, 2005
Mock Rhubarb Pie