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It's a mystery, but it's so good!

I've never been a big pumpkin pie fan. It's just not my thing.

Others in my family enjoy it and my mom would make a pumpkin pie every year for Thanksgiving dessert.

But knowing that all of us were not fans of the pumpkin, she would always make another type of pie -- pecan, mincemeat and a wonderful concoction called "Mystery Pie."

It gets it's name because you really can't identify what the ingredients are -- hence the mystery.

But it's fairly simple and pretty much you have everything at hand -- except maybe for the whipped topping.

So if you're looking for something different to take to Thanksgiving dinner, give this one a shot. It's quick, it's easy, you don't have to make a crust, and it's sure to be a hit.


3 egg whites

1 c. sugar

1/2 tsp. baking powder

20 Ritz crackers, crushed

1 c. nuts
Beat egg whites. Add sugar and baking powder while beating egg whites. Fold in nuts and crackers. Put in buttered dish. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Top with Cool Whip.