Whether you spell it shoofly, shoo fly, shoo-fly or shoe fly, this famous molasses pie from Pennsylvania Dutch country tastes fantastic. There are both “wet-bottom” and cakelike “dry bottom” versions.
A less traditional holiday pie, this rosemary honey shoofly pie has a gooey center and is topped with a buttery rosemary crumble topping that crisps up in the oven. The two together make for a perfect pie bite.
Shoofly Pie w/ Molasses & Cinnamon | The Crepes of Wrath
Shoofly Pie Cupcakes–from The Cupcake Project–Very creative recipes!!
Dark molasses is front and center in the filling of this shoofly pie. The crust is perfectly crimped, the filling is luscious, and the amount of buttery crumbles on top is generous; you might have to shoo your family away so they don’t sneak some before it’s time for dessert.
Shoofly pie (or Shoo-Fly pie) bars are a modern twist on the classic Pennsylvania Dutch pie made with sugar syrup (more on which kind of syrup later).