Our neighbor comes over every so often bearing gifts of more calamondins than we knew what to do. We have our own calamondin tree, but it’s still very small. Her tree is 10-20 years old and is prolific!
Calamondins are small, extremely tart and juicy oranges that grow really well here in Savannah. They’re so tart that you can only tolerate to eat a handful as is, so every year, I look for what else to do with them. Recently, my neighbor and I decided we wanted to make a calamondin pie! It was sooo simple and turned out to be just as delicious as and similar to a key lime pie. It’s definitely not healthy, but as you can see, it tastes so good that I skipped moving it to a plate altogether and dove right in with a spoon! 🍊
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INGREDIENTS – Graham Cracker Crust, homemade or box
– 1 can 14 oz sweetened condensed milk
– 3 egg yolks
– 3/4 cup calamondin juice
– table spoon calamondin zest
1. Mix ingredients together
2. Bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees
3. Let rest for 15 minutes
4. Refrigerate until cool
5. Top with whipped cream!
There are so many things you can do with calamondins, but this pie is seriously delicious!
2 thoughts on “A Delicious Calamondin Pie Recipe”
I see these trees at the nursery garden we shop at and always wonder how they taste. This looks yummy.
If you like sweet & tart, then they’re delicious!