5 Reviews

This was awesome- nice change from the cake!!

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kellychris June 03, 2010

Absolutely delicious! Will definitely make again. Made for X-tra Hot Dishes ZWT.

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Dreamgoddess May 30, 2010

Oh yeah! This is a keeper. Made as directed for ZWT 6 for Queens of Quisine

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Boo Chef in West Texas May 24, 2010

My first attempt at a pie that didn't include a box of jello pudding, and it was a success. I love German Chocolate cake, so I knew I was going to love this. Loved it so much that I made another to take to a friend that just lost her mother. When she returned the pie plate, she just raved about the pie. Very comforting pie. Now I wish I would have brought her the one that my family ate. Thanks so much for sharing. Made for Comfort Cafe.

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TheGrumpyChef January 31, 2009

This pie is well worth the effort! German Chocolate Cake is one of my all time favorites and so I knew I couldn't go wrong with this one. The toasted coconut and pecans are wonderful and I used my favorite bar of German chocolate from a local manufacturer (Milka). One note, the list of ingredients didn't list evaporated milk, although it's in the directions on step 11. I used 1 cup of evaporated milk and it came out beautifully. My dinner guests loved it. Made for PAC Fall 2008.

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Krista Roes September 19, 2008
Tasty German Chocolate Pie