As with many things chocolate, typically there are many variations, and Chocolate pie is no exception. This fantastic dessert offers recipes ranging from Extreme Chocolate Pie and Chocolate Chess Pie to Chocolate Meringue Pie and many more.
The combination of flavors in this sophisticated dessert recipe will remind you of a chocolate-covered nut bar.
If you like chocolate, you'll go wild for this creamy pie. The crust, filling and topping all contain cocoa!
Mixed nuts and chocolate pieces combine to create a crunchy-sweet filling for this special occasion dessert recipe.
Knowing how to make chocolate pie from scratch is a dying art. Not many of us have the time and patience to cook custard to just the right consistency and painstakingly roll out pie crusts. This quick version of chocolate pie can be whipped up in the morning for the perfect dessert by dinnertime: Pudding mix and melted chocolate chips keep the process fast but maintain the deep, rich flavor of the traditional chocolate custard.
This upside down pie tastes like a rich brownie. For extra chocolate flavor, grate bittersweet chocolate over the whipped cream topper.
Think of this creamy custard as mint chocolate chip ice cream in pie form!
A swirl of chocolate frosting tops each of these dainty fudge-filled tarts. These cream cheese desserts are irresistible.
A Southern dessert classic, this chess pie is loaded with pecans. Serve it with Texas-size dollops of whipped cream.
The blend of semisweet and milk chocolate in these raspberry-topped tarts is irresistible to chocolate lovers.
This easy dessert will remind you of a chocolate pecan pie without the pecans.
Assemble this chocolate and almond dessert in less than 30 minutes.
Pecan pie has traditionally been a Christmas favorite. Serve this yummy recipe variation that adds chocolate and coffee liqueur for a dessert your guests won't soon forget.
For a fun holiday dessert, serve your Christmas eggnog in this creamy pie, swirled with chocolate.