3 Reviews

I'd highly recommend making this a day in advance. It is soooo much better the next day. We loved the rich brownie filling in this pie. It's really delicious and couldn't be easier to put together- 5 minutes and it's in the oven! That could be dangerous. I'd also like to point out that there is NO WAY this pie is done at 30 minutes. It's still raw brownie batter at that point. It needs 55 to 60 minutes like most brownie recipes do to get done. Oh... I also cut the sugar back to 1 cup cause it sounded like too much.

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Realtor by day, Chef by night May 29, 2011

Good and rich. COOK time is LONGER than stated. I cooked my pie for 1 hour and 10 minutes. The middle is still a little moist but good. I used a pre baked pie and took the recommendations from Realtor by day, Chef by night's advice by reducing the sugar a little. I would reduce it to one cup next time. I would recommend this dessert if you need to bring a dish to Bunco or a BBQ. So easy and good. ZWT7 Made for Count Dracula and His Hot Bites.

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Ck2plz June 29, 2011

What a luscious, decadent pie! Delicious, too! So simple and VERY rich, I made the mistake of cutting the first pieces a little large. You can really make the slices smaller than you think, as it is sooooo chocolate-y and dense. Thanks so much for sharing, sofie-a-toast!

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alligirl January 01, 2011
Extremely Rich Brownie Pie