Posted: 10/3/2012 12:49:03 PM
To all of you who said this pie was "too rich"... HELLO..... IT.IS.FUDGE.PIE!!! Fudge is very rich!! I would not make something called fudge pie if I did not want RICH dessert!! It delivers "Fudginess"!
Posted: 8/1/2012 8:46:42 PM
Didnt use the coffee and cut the chocolate chips to half. Used splenda brown sugar. Didn't turn out to rich. Only wish I had doubled the recipe. Not enough especially for deep dish pie but tasted good!
Posted: 4/6/2012 4:21:19 PM
So easy to make! Maybe a little less coffee but other than that amazing. Realy rich which is good because if not you will eat the whole pie yourself.
Posted: 3/16/2012 10:15:23 AM
This is very easy to make but it's way too rich, and my entire family agreed. If I ever make it again, I'll only add half of the chocolate morsels and maybe a couple extra tablespoons of flour -or- just use ground cocoa instead of the morsels.
Posted: 3/2/2012 5:44:23 PM
I just made this pie for a party and it was gobbled up by everyone! I left out the coffee (b/c I don't like coffee) and the nuts, and frankly, I can't imagine that putting them in would have made this pie better because that's simply just not possible. Super easy to make too!
Posted: 5/5/2011 4:35:49 AM
I have made this pie and it is easy to make and a treat to eat
Posted: 4/25/2011 12:22:59 PM
Awesome! Made this for Easter dinner dessert. Very rich, but everyone loved it. My 9 year old grandson said, Grandma, can I have your recipe? Only change I made was to use 1 1/2 packages of Chocolate Chips and baked it for only 25 minutes. Had a similar pie several years ago and have tried several before I found this one that is so good. It is a little like a brownie, but still fudgie in the middle. I think the picture is right on. Just remember that it is a very rich pie. I think ice cream with it would have been good too. Thank you Pillsbury.
Posted: 12/3/2010 5:13:49 PM
The picture of this pie is not what the end result is. The picture makes you think this has a cakey consistency. This really is a type of molten lava cake, which I'm surprised no one is describing this way. It is good, but be advised that the end result is very gooey inside with a thin brownie-like crust on the top. If you want more of a cake consistency, this is not what you want to bake.
Posted: 12/3/2010 3:18:26 PM
I took the advise fo AJS1019 and under cooked it by 5 mins and added White Mint Chocolate Chips to the top for a Christmas look for our Womens get together for Church. Hope everyone likes it.
Posted: 7/6/2008 5:18:58 PM
Very yummy! I undercooked it just a bit and it was out of this world. I made fresh whipped cream and served it with my husband's homemade butterscotch ice cream.