This is a favorite! Though we do make it with graham cracker crust instead. The pie itself is just so nice and easy and so much more satisfying than chocolate cake.
directions suck i am sorry to say that but you need step by step for example 1. to make the pie crust add this 2. make the filling people will get mix up if they read it how i did
Made this today and everybody (including my boyfriend's family) loved it! It's so simple and easy to make. Love it.
I don't make many pies at all, but my grandson asked me to make a chocolate pie. This recipe was very easy and was a big family hit. I used a Keebler shortbread crust, which I would definitely use again.
This was very good. Everyone really liked it. It is an uncomplicated, easy-to-make dessert that provides a very pleasant chocolate hit. I used a homemade chocolate cookie crumb crust (Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers + melted butter; baked for 7 min at 350) and I put in way more (Belgian bittersweet) chocolate than 4 oz (maybe 7 oz?). I also cut the sugar to 3/4 c. Used whole milk. I made it close to serving time, so I put it in the freezer to cool quickly and gel; this worked great. Pie holds its form after it sets, which is really nice. I took off a star because it is so unhealthy. It is kind of a tasty "fat pie". I served it as an Easter dessert, so I was happy to "overlook" its nutritional profile. In any case, if you can handle the calories and saturated fat, it is scrumptious and will please most everyone who likes chocolate. (By the way, it is really a chocolate custard pie, rather than a "cream" pie, since it contains no cream but is custard base with chocolate...).
we made this pie just like it said to do, easy, everyone loved it an wanted more! it was a hit! WoW Great!
I made this recipe for the first time at Christmas and it was easy and fantastic. I ended up making five pies because it was such a hit. My family is already wanting me to make another one. I highly recommend.
Made this with several different types of pie crust, even a chocolate cookie crumb crust. Wow!