I haven't & won't make this dessert, way too time consuming for a few bites. ?Maybe make in a 9x13 pan & cut it in diamond shapes? Not to mention, who really wants just a few tastes of something that could really be good. Much work involved....SORRY!
Two-Bite Chocolate Cream Pies
momshome Posted: 03/23/10
porterporter Posted: 10/05/10
Indeed, clearly the birdy cook is not cooking something to revel in after the work. I found the recipe a little bit tedious but worth the effort in the end. Maybe not even that hard for seasoned cooks (I also had little kids crawling about to take more of my time!). They are so heavenly - you won't make them everyday, but they are well worth the time to enjoy the little slice of heavenly chocolate!
Birdyy Posted: 03/24/10
Hmmm, very odd that someone comments on the recipe without even trying it - how do you know how time consuming it will be? I think its a great idea, especially for a party where people love to have individual servings like this. I'm going to try it for our family Easter get-together, and then I will come back and let you know how difficult, or not, it is.
macvpr4 Posted: 09/18/10
These mini pies were easy and fast to make. The only problem I could not find the chocolate wafers. So I used chocolate teddy grahams. They came out delicious. I will bake these for my xmas party.
AlaHoneyBlossom Posted: 03/26/10
I'm with Birdyy on this one, I don't understand why someone would criticise a recipe without trying it first. So far as I'm concerned, I don't think it's more time-consuming than any other cake, unless you really do it one step at a time, in which case, yes, it's going to take forever. However, if you prepare the filling while the crust is baking, then you just saved at least 20 minutes! Will try this next weekend
Lisa135 Posted: 03/25/10
This only took an hour to make from start to finish plus cooling time - it is easy and delicious - an excellent way to satisfy a chocolate craving. I could not find biettersweet choc. so used 1/2 semisweet and 1/2 unsweetened - awesome and will make again!
Tondaleyo Posted: 02/14/11
Those Nabisco Chocolate wafers are often shelved with the ice cream cones, hot fudge sauce, etc at the grocery store.
EMatthews Posted: 05/29/11
My crust came out unpleasantly chewy (too much sugar?), but the chocolate cream is excellent. If i make these again, I will use a different crust recipe.
sarachall Posted: 10/03/11
Rave reviews all around. I could not find the choco wafers so used teddy grahams instead. Makes 6 regular sized muffins. Recipe turned out perfectly and was pretty simple (not really sure why so many people insis this is too much work!). Woudl not change a thing!
tinykrb Posted: 09/02/11
I am confused by the description of the pans. It says mini-muffin pans but if they are 12 to a pan aren't those regular muffin pans? Are these cupcake size or are they smaller? These look delicious!
lmmallory Posted: 06/24/14
This was well worth the little extra effort to make. My husband doesn't like chocolate and he LOVED these. My only problem was that the crust stuck to my muffin pans really bad and I couldn't get the bottoms out. I used Crisco, does anyone have and other suggestions?