Servings: eight to ten.
Make Ahead Tips
This pie tastes best if cooled and then refrigerated for several hours or overnight.
I like to serve the pie lightly chilled with a dollop of very lightly sweetened whipped cream.
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I didn't just make this -- but I wanted to sing its praises because I have made it at least 5 times and heard many "yums" after serving it. This is a fantastic pie and will be part of my T-giving dessert table for many years.
Adding my vote -I am NOT a lover of traditional Pecan Pies. This however, is outstanding, the espresso cuts the intensity of the sweetness and the chocolate marries with it to let your taste buds have a relief from the intensity of the flavors. I serve this cold and sliced thinly with another shot of caffeine - espresso lovers, heads up!
This was so beautiful and tasty,it's become a thanksgiving tradition in my family! I never much cared for regular pecan pie but this is heavenly.
The pie is exceptionally beautiful and taste great, much better than traditional pecan pie. ??made it for our Thanksgiving;every one loved it. My family asked me to make it again for Christmas and made it for my friend's Christmas gift.They also loved it.
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