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Great dessert. Very easy to make and has great flavor. I used pecans for the nuts and it is so good.

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adopt a greyhound February 20, 2009

I made this pie for thanksgiving and it was great. I didn't use coffee or nuts per request of my family. It was still good and it couldn't have been easier to make! thanks.

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daggle November 30, 2008

OK, people ~ Rave all you like about how great this tastes with the coffee flavor, but I'm telling you right now ~ This pie is OUTSTANDING without it! I baked it about 40 hours before I intended to serve it, & had a hard time keeping it intact that long! If you can't call it OUTSTANDING, how about JUST PLAIN GRRREAT!!! Thanks for the posted recipe! [Made & reviewed for one of my adopted chefs in this Spring's PAC]

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Sydney Mike April 17, 2008

I think I baked this for too long as the texture was brownie like and a bit dry. It had a lovely flavour though but didn't keep well as it became far too dry after a few days. I will review again when I make it properly

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Perfectionist cook February 17, 2008

After all your help with my menu planning I thought I just had to try one of your recipes, and boy am I glad I did! I made this last night and then kept it in the fridge over night and just got done serving it now. A ten star all around this table! This pie is so smooth and rich. I served this lovely treat with a scoop of freshly whipped cream for an absolutly decadent dessert! I did add a bit of coffee extract which feel really brings this pie to another level, also I added a bit of almond extract along with vanilla too. Thank you for posting such a great sweet treat!

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anme January 26, 2008

Rich, fudgy, and downright delicious! I usually prepare several desserts for the Easter dinner we host, with one always being chocolate. I chose this as the chocolate one this year, and oh my, what a great choice! I followed the recipe closely, but did melt the marshmallows and butter (unsalted) in the microwave. I used the cocoa you recommended, but didn't have the optional coffee extract. I do think coffee flavor enhances chocolate desserts, so I added a bit of espresso powder. The only reason to garnish this pie is for aesthetic value, as it certainly isn't lacking in flavor. I think that it would satisfy even the most hardcore chocoholic. :) Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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GaylaJ April 11, 2007

loved this really good

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Dienia B. March 17, 2007
Fudge Walnut Pie