Chocolate Chess Pie II Recipe
The classic sweet and gooey Chess Pie becomes even more wonderful with the addition of unsweetened cocoa. This recipe yields a delicious 9-inch pie.
In this wonderful recipe, the classic and creamy chess pie is updated with raisins, walnuts and dried fruit. It 's the perfect pie to add to your Thanksgiving or Christmas repertoire.
My brother loved this pie so much that he learned to make it.
Sweet and very buttery, this pie quickly mixes up in one bowl and bakes up into a buttermilk custard pie that brings raves. It cuts beautifully and tastes wonderful with fresh whipped cream and a sprinkling of blueberries.
This yummy pie is made with skim milk, but you 'd never know it. It tastes rich, lemony and very sweet. Beaten egg whites are folded into the filling for volume. This lovely old-fashioned pie bakes up golden, and perfectly sets in less than an hour.
It's a true Kentucky favorite. This pie combines semi-sweet chocolate with walnuts for a truly decadent experience. Accompany with ice cream if desired.
The coconut custard filling in this pie is sensational, but the real surprise is the coconut streusel topping that's sprinkled on just before it's run under the broiler and served.
Cranberries, flavored with orange zest, cinnamon and nutmeg are baked in a single pie crust with an eggy filling.
Milk, eggs, coconut and a few other nice ingredients are plopped into the electric blender and poured into a prepared pie plate. It then goes into the oven an quickly becomes an amazing coconut custard pie.