"You would be crazy not to try this!" — Jenn Hall
Watch video tips and tricks
1 1/4 cups
light corn syrup
Irish cream liqueur
1 1/3 cups
semisweet chocolate chips
pastry for a 9 inch single crust pie
This is a very delicious pie. I found that the nuts were quite greasy though, next time i make it I will add less butter. I would also make two pies, there is too much filling for just one pie.
I made this pie at Christmas. It was so rich and greasy. My family didn't like it. The recipe made enough for almost 2 pies. I wouldn't make this again. It was also expensive to make.
I have been making a pie/tart a week for my boyfriend since we have been together and this is in his top three favorite list....The recipe does seem to be too much for one pie but not really enough for two..
IF YOU LIKE SWEETS, TRY THIS ONE!
I get requests every holiday for this pie! So easy to make, and pleasing to everyone that tries it.
Very good, tasted like a big chocolate chip cookie. I had enough batter to make
2 deep dish pies.
I got lots of compliments on this. Be careful though, it's very filling! Also, this recipe definitely makes two pies, not one. I agree that it tasted kind of like a giant cookie; you can't really taste the liqueur.
Wow! this was the hit of our Christmas dinner. My growen children were fighting over taking home the leftovers. The ingedients in the recipe filled 2 9" deep crusts.
I thought this pie was delicious, and previous reviewers were exactly right...it made two 9-inch deep dish pies. That was fine, because my family ate one whole pie at lunch. I suggest serving it warm with whipped topping. I used semi-sweet chocolate chunks instead of chips. Yum.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Irish Cream Macadamia Nut Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 555
See how to make an amazing cookie with nuts and white chocolate.
See how to make a creamy, 5-star pie.
It's creamy, it's coconutty, it's perfect. Enjoy.