14 Reviews

I loved this recipe! It was perfect with the almonds on top! It tasted just like the famous french silk pie at Baker's Square and my family loved it! I was also so easy to make - thanks for this great recipe!

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IAteMyGluestick September 16, 2002

I'm dieting, but I made this for my husband after a really bad day at work. He told the children that there was something wrong with the pie, and no one should eat any, in a lame effort to keep it for himself. Mom, of course, made sure everyone got their share. Wonderful!

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Bogey'sMom May 13, 2002

my husband bet me that i wouldn't be able to whoop this pie up..well, today i decided to give it a try..my first attempt failed. i over beat it and the nice fluff went to syrup...so i started over and second time was a charm! ..DH will be eating his words tonight. literally :)

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bugged out bird May 04, 2009

This is delicious pie. I used a graham cracker crust, and Kittencals stabilized whipped cream. My husband can not get enough of this pie, and he usually doesn't care for anything sweet. Thanks for posting!

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Heatherly June 04, 2007

Miller, this is one great pie. My daughter ate two pieces! She's young, she can still get away with that. We "old" fogeys ate one piece each. DH suggested adding some instant coffee next time and you can bet there will be a next time. I'm thinking that this will be one of the first recipes I teach our daughter to make. Thanks for such a great recipe.

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Mysterygirl June 17, 2004

VERY good pie. I wasn't sure about the steps listed. I added the melted chocolate to the sugar/butter.. then beat in the eggs. Also, I used a graham cracker crust (processed about a cup and a half of crackers and mixed in a half a stick of melted butter.. baked at 350 then cooled). It's really delicious.

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JoeB November 10, 2003

This recipe is amazing. It is so easy to follow. I made it for my mother-in-law for her birthday party instead of going to the store and buying one. Got tons of brownie points, and has become a new family favorite. My daughter can't wait till my husband's birthday in 2 weeks to have more.

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middlepage October 01, 2012

This is a perfect french silk pie recipe. I used one deep dish pie pan and doubled the recipe and it was perfect. Everyone just loved this pie, it was gone in two days! Thank you for sharing this and ending my search to find the best recipe.

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livie September 16, 2008

Rich, decadent, delicious! I found that a single recipe didn't sufficiently fill the pie crust, so I always double it now. If you're going to take the time to make it (and do make SURE to mix five minutes after each addition), go for broke and use real, sweetened whipped cream. Yum!

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DixieLand April 20, 2008

This is fantastic pie. I'll prepare this again for sure as my husband is always asking for chocolate pie. If you're not going to top with an inch or so of whipped cream, I'd suggest scaling the recipe up to maybe 10-12 servings as the chocolate filling didn't quite reach the top of the crust. But I'm certainly not complaining (can't-- my mouth is full of pie)!

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Heather U. December 27, 2005
Silk and Satin Chocolate Pie