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"I like the pie filling, but I agree with nightfall, that the nutritional information seems to have excluded the pie crust altogether. In my own calculations, I'm getting 114 calories in 1/8th a pie WITHOUT any crust at all. That's using whole evaporated milk, and real eggs (medium). :) I baked it without the crust, in ramekins, a..."
"My son's LOVE this recipe. It's always gone in no time, and its easy and inexpensive. I have found that the crescent rolls have enough fat in them that I only need to dust the top with parmesan cheese, not mix it with butter."
"my boys love this recipe and I can always count on it disappearing quickly. Be sure to use a high quality sausage, or it will be too greasy. I have made this in a deep-dish pie crust and added 2 eggs and increased the milk (skim) by 1/2 cup. This has become a family favorite."
"great recipe. So many call for so much more water than this, and then want you to add a bit of flour. This is perfect. Easy, great consistency...I like to use a coarse ground corn meal for added texture and flavor. Be sure to stir constantly with a wire whisk until it starts to boil."
"These are very good, and so easy to make using the breadmaker dough cycle. I have also found that they freeze very well. To thaw them, we use the microwave for 2 minutes, at 1/2 power. They don't get tough. Great Recipe!"
"You did it! These taste just like the ones from Eastbrook Elementary School in Indianapolis. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Easy to make, too."