Hawaiian Raspberry Ribbon Pie

Kamai’ina Favorite
A Pie for the Non-Baker

Making Hawaiian Raspberry Ribbon Pie

Hawaiian Ribbon Pie, Finished with Macadamia Garnish

This pie is a favorite of the Kamai’ina, or old-time Hawaiian settlers, many of whom came from New England.  It is delicious and very attractive.

It also has one other strong point, if you don’t enjoy baking, as it doesn’t need to be baken in the oven.  You do need to make the crust, however.

This pie, also called simply Raspberry Ribbon Pie, has been popular among old Kamai”ina (long-time resident) families for generations. Continue reading

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