Although it may appear dense and rich, this pie feels light and fluffy in your mouth. It’s not difficult to make and always wins raves. (This recipe contains uncooked eggs; if that’s a concern, use pasteurized.)
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Make Ahead Tips
The pie can be made and filled up to 24 hours ahead and refrigerated. The pie can be topped up to 1 hour ahead; refrigerate until ready to serve.
I eat 26 of these pies every day because they are sooooo good. They are also really healthy
The absolute best ever.
Easy to make!Follow recipe exactly as it says and you will have a beautiful dessert that tastes out of this world.
A definite must for chocolate lovers. Absolutely delicious and easy to make! The crust was a little too crumbly as I had to use the only chocolate wafers available in my country which probably has a lesser butter content so I will add maybe a bit more butter to the recipe than called for in this one the next time.
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