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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Best Chocolate Chip Cookies
These chocolate chip cookies turned out great! They kept their shape perfectly and didn't require chilling the dough prior to baking. A+ for sure!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 19, 2012
French Silk Chocolate Pie
There are no words to describe this incredible pie! I have had several French Silk Pies in my life but none of them compare to this one. The texture is incredible and the taste divine... and I'm not even a chocolate person! TIPS: 1. CRUST- I used a store-bought, pre-made, non-refrigerated chocolate pie crust (not Oreo). It was an excellent choice and added a great taste and texture. 2. MEASUREMENTS- Make sure to only fill the pie 1/2 or 3/4 at the most with the mousse. The rest will be whipped cream, which balances the richness of the mousse. Apply the whipped cream right before serving. I sprinkled milk chocolate chips on the top. 3. I HIGHLY recommend filling both pie crusts with the mousse right away and not leaving any extra mousse in the bowl to refrigerate overnight. I made the mistake of only filling 1 pie and then leaving the rest of the mousse for a second pie the next day and the texture was TOTALLY different. Once you fill the pie with the mousse, it's fine to refrigerate the pie and cover with foil. You just don't want to refrigerate only the mousse in a bowl overnight. The texture becomes much more dense and not as decadent. The texture is 50% of what makes this pie so amazing, so I highly recommend taking this particular piece of advice. I think everyone who's considering making this recipe absolutely should. You'll be so glad you did.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 29, 2012
Pecan Pie V
I want to preface my comment by saying that I have always hated pecan pie and that I, to this day, am not a pecan pie fan. With that said, even I have to admit that this is, by far, the best pecan pie I have ever tasted! I tried a bite just to make sure that it tasted good enough to serve to others (my husband begged me to make him a pecan pie for Thanksgiving -- I know, I'm a little late with my review) and the pie was great. I still don't like the pecans themselves, but the rest of the pie was truly savory. The pecan pie fans raved about it so much that it convinced non-pecan pie fans to try it and they raved about it, too! I will be making this every Thanksgiving for my husband and will gain a few fans of my baking in the process. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 29, 2012
 
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