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    Boston Cream!

    Oh my ~ worth every calorie! Cookbook cover picture by PanNan!
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    Another yummy recipe I scooped from a friend. If you don't like the chocolate-espresso bottom, don't separate and add, just place the batter into the pan.

    Recipe #282027

    Found on Supercocktail.com (I haven't tried this one yet - so I assume you really need to shake hard to combine the cocoa so it won't clump- otherwise maybe that is only for the rim - it isn't written that way though!)

    Recipe #251087

    A little twist on the traditional Boston Cream Pie. For all you chocolate lovers out there, this one is for YOU! Enjoy!

    Recipe #258674

    This is a recipe from Taste of Home. Using half and half instead of milk adds richness to the dish.

    Recipe #260165

    3 Reviews |  By Marie

    The cream filling is in the middle and is baked right in with the cake which starts with a mix. A wonderful chocolate glaze tops this delicious dessert. Very quick and easy to make, but prepare at least 2 hours ahead as it needs to be refrigerated before serving.

    Recipe #260795

    A simple cake made elegant by the finishing touches of a custard filling and chocolate glaze.

    Recipe #262155

    An Anna Olson recipe--a boston cream pie with a little twist for those peanut butter lovers! I recommend making this the day before and make sure you keep the filling cool and chill it before you try and put the glaze on, because the filling will ooze out every where if it gets too warm. I would probably make the cake and the filling the day before and glaze it the next day.

    Recipe #267748

    A classic cream filled cake dessert.

    Recipe #244649

    Famous for having been created at the Parker House Hotel in Boston Massachusetts. Adapted from Your Guide to Boston, Mass. A little history: The Omni Parker House Hotel is a hotel in Boston, Massachusetts, currently owned by Omni Hotels and named the Omni Parker House. Not far from the seat of the Massachusetts state government, it has long been a frequent rendezvous for politicians. The Parker House is known for having invented American foods such as Boston cream pie and the Parker House roll, and for having coined the term "scrod". The Omni Parker House currently has 551 rooms and suites that underwent an $80 million renovation completed in 2000. The Parker House opened in 1856. Many well-known people have worked at the Parker House, including Ho Chi Minh who was a baker in the bakeshop from from 1911 to 1913, Malcolm X who was a busboy in the early 1940's, and Emeril Lagasse. John F. Kennedy announced his candidacy for Congress in the hotel's Press Room, proposed to Jackie Kennedy, as well as held his bachelor party here. The hotel was home to the Saturday Club, also referred to as the Saturday Night Club, which consisted of literary dignitaries such as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Ralph Waldo Emerson.

    Recipe #239801

    This recipe was adapted originally from pastrywiz.com. But as per usual I have tweaked it to suit my tastes. It is in three parts, the cake, the filling and the glaze. You can prepare the pudding a day ahead if you wish, this will save some time. Just make sure you cover the top of the pudding with clear plastic wrap to prevent a skin from forming on the top of it. If you wish to sprinkle the top of the cake with powdered sugar that would taste great, however, I prefer the traditional chocolate glaze.

    Recipe #243053

    Better than the pie...

    Recipe #150111

    If you love Boston Cream Pie..you will ADORE this cheesecake. This is soooo good. The best Cheesecake I have ever tried. Cook time includes chill time.

    Recipe #123549

    Easy! a family and guest-pleaser. A better-than average-chocolate is a must! Try adding in-season sliced strawberries over bottom layer after spreading pudding filling! So yummy! Cooking time does not include refrigerated time. Note: Several reviewers have commented on glaze "setting up" fast. Best to assemble while cake layers are at room temp. Added 07.21.12 "Why is it called a pie?", and "Why the name 'Boston'?". Why "pie" instead of "cake?", probably because colonists baked cakes in pie tins as they did not own cake pans. As far as the name Boston Cream Pie, story began when a New York newspaper in 1855 published a recipe for a 'Pudding Pie Cake'. Recipe was similar to the Boston Cream Pie recipe of today except that it had a powdered sugar topping. In Boston, Harvey D. Parker opened a restaurant called Parker House Restaurant. On the menu was a 'Parker House Cake Pie", which has evolved into Boston Cream Pie. :)

    Recipe #118006

    You can make the cakes and custard a day before, but make glaze and assemble on the day you plan to serve.

    Recipe #235499

    This cake is an absolute chocolate-lover's dream! The glaze must be a little warm when poured over the cooled cakes or the glaze will not set properly, place in the refrigerator as soon as possible to harden the glaze --- one box of Duncan Hines deviled food chocolate cake mix may be used instead and baked in two 8-inch round pans, I previously baked the cakes in 9-inch pans and found they were too flat, so I suggest 8-inch pans for the boxed cake mix :)

    Recipe #160433

    I have this thing about Boston Cream anything... From Veggie Life.

    Recipe #200952

    This recipe adapted from Kraft Kitchens. These are impressive little cupcakes that taste just like a boston cream pie or chocolate eclair

    Recipe #218297

    Received from a recipe swap, this one starts with a dozen pre-made cupcakes. I haven't tried it yet but plan to do so this week. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #221402

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