French Silk Chocolate Pie I Recipe
How can something so simple taste so rich and delicious? Butter is creamed and blended with melted chocolate, vanilla, and eggs, then beaten until thick and fluffy, and poured into a baked pie shell. Once the pie chills thoroughly, it can be served with whipped cream and a sprinkling of chopped nuts.
Replacing the raw eggs in this recipe with pasteurized eggs or fat-free egg product eliminates food safety concerns and allows you to enjoy this Bake-Off® Contest favorite.
This smooth-as-silk pie is delicious, and it 's rich with lots of butter, sugar and eggs. The thick, fluffy filling is spooned into a pre-baked crust and chilled. Serve with whipped cream and a dusting of cocoa.
This no-egg French silk pie has a rich and creamy, chocolaty filling that's made with melted chocolate and whipped cream. For a more impressive pie, add extra whipped cream!
Decadent chocolate flavor and a smooth texture makes this French silk pie a classic choice for dessert.
Your classic silky, chocolate pie-but with a delicious raspberry twist! Garnished with whipped topping, mint leaves, and fresh raspberries, this is a beautiful dessert.
Very rich chocolate pie that's perfect with coffee! Garnish with whipped cream if desired. Please note: this recipe contains raw eggs. We recommend that pregnant women, young children, the elderly and the infirm do not consume raw eggs. Important: be sure to use only fresh eggs for this recipe.
This pie is fabulous! This was my first attempt at a french silk pie, and it turned out perfect. I love that it's a lighter dessert and I don't feel like I'm gaining weight with every bite. My husband loved it also. It's definitely worth the effort to beat the eggs for the length of time that the recipe states. This one is a keeper! Thanks Ruth.