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    This pie is to die for, and my most requested pie, too! Easy to make, very rich! Happy to share! Enjoy! :)

    Recipe #110397

    3 Reviews |  By Zurie

    Four ingredients into a processor, some chilling time, and you have a top-notch pastry. I seldom buy puff pastry any more: this is halfway between puff and short pastry and it's a winner, for me. It's quickly made in the processor, and likes to be handled lightly and kept cold. One note of caution: it's meant for savory dishes. Personally I have never used it for tarts or desserts. Of course it could work, but it is not really meant for that. It is ideal as a crust on family-sized meat or chicken pies, or to use as a pastry for small pies meant for one person. It's one of my late, beloved Granny Grietjie's recipes. Handle it lightly, and it prefers being kept cool or cold until it goes into the oven. Please note, NO bad transfatty acids here. Honest fats, yes, and please do not use margarine! Roll it out fairly thinly (1/4 inch) and paint it with egg before baking, to get that golden colour. Don't leave out the salt: the pastry seems to benefit from having salt added.

    Recipe #197151

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Oooooh, so good--chocoholics will think they've died and gone to Choco-Heaven!

    Recipe #198468

    9 Reviews |  By Anna P.

    The perfect dessert for a sunny day. I have made this recipe with other fruit (blueberries, raspberries) and they have turned out great. And it's so Easy to make, you won't regret making this pie!! Enjoy

    Recipe #95465

    Creamy filling with fresh strawberries and strawberry glaze. Does it get any better? The hours in the prep time reflect chilling time.

    Recipe #168984

    A very simple pie that's sooo delicious. Easy to change to suit your tastes...instead of milk chocolate chips try...white chocolate, peanut butter, peanut butter & chocolate, or butterscotch! I've tried them all!

    Recipe #131204

    A yummy and rich pie. I found the recipe in a local newspaper shopping ad. Cook/prep times include cooling times.

    Recipe #75720

    This pie is inspired by the CMP sundae. This is a great dessert for potlucks. Cook time includes baking crust plus cooling time.

    Recipe #115755

    This is for those who want something wonderful, but don't have a lot of time for preparation. It does have to chill at least 3 hours, so I recommend making the night before. It calls for Cool Whip, but if you want fresh whipped cream....no problem. The cook time is actually chill time.

    Recipe #122054

    This is a great banana dessert!

    Recipe #14880

    Pure heaven! A cookie-like crust filled with rich Chocolate. Not for dieters! My boys' favorite birthday cake.

    Recipe #17340

    Recipe created by Todd Wilbur www.TopSecretRecipes.com.

    Recipe #15200

    This is very rich and you don't need a lot to be satisfied.

    Recipe #33009

    I love German Chocolate Cake, but sometimes have cravings for pie, so this one does it for me. It's great with a dollap of whipped cream on top too!!!

    Recipe #87986

    Found this recipe in a magazine at the hairdressers; tried it. WOW! So easy and so elegant.

    Recipe #86605

    5 Reviews |  By Sara C

    The easiest, best tasting peanut butter pie I've ever had. This recipe was given to me by a lady at work. The crunchy peanut butter adds a wonderful texture. Cooking time includes time in the freezer.

    Recipe #37461

    6 Reviews |  By KelBel

    A rich pie served best with French Vanilla Ice Cream.

    Recipe #99267


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