Skillet Pumpkin Pie

Cook Time

55 mins

Cooking Method






Prep Time

25 mins




½ tsp Brown Sugar

1 tsp Cinnamon, Ground

12 oz Sweet Condensed Milk

3 Large Eggs

1 tsp Nutmeg, Ground

1 12-inch Pie Crust

15 oz canned Pumpkin

½ tsp Salt

(Optional) Whipped Cream

Recipe Highlights

This easy Skillet Pumpkin Pie recipe is the perfect choice for Thanksgiving dessert. Since this yearly feast is all about rustic colors, flavors, and scents, a seasonal treat like this will be a hit with your family. And if for some reason you wind up with leftovers, there’s no shame in having a slice the next morning for breakfast. Don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone.

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Cooking Instructions

  1. Spray your cast iron skillet with non-stick cooking spray. Lay your pie crust evenly in the skillet. In a small bowl, beat one large egg yolk into a wash and set aside.
  2. Preheat your Country Smoker to 425°F.  In a medium mixing bowl, whisk the canned pumpkin, 2 eggs, cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar, sweetened condensed milk, and salt until the filling is nice and creamy. Pour into crust.
  3. With the excess crust, scrunch it into a pattern (see the picture of the pie). Take a basting brush and baste the egg wash to the edges of the pie crust.
  4. Place the skillet on the grill. Cover and bake 15 minutes.
  5. Reduce temperature to 350°F and continue baking 35 to 40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted at least an inch into the crust can come out without any residue.
  6. Cool and serve. Feel free to apply whip cream on top after the pie has cooled.

Special Tools

  • 10-inch Cast Iron Skillet
  • Basting Brush
  • Medium Mixing Bowl
  • Small Bowl
  • Whisk

Country Smoker's Tip

For the perfect pairing try a velvety smooth red like a Pinot Noir, or a buttery white. You could also pair this with a mildly hoppy IPA.


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