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Chocolate Chess Pie II

Submitted by: Susan Bern 
The classic sweet and gooey Chess Pie becomes even more wonderful with the addition of unsweetened cocoa. This recipe yields a delicious 9-inch pie.  
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Chocolate Chess Pie I

Submitted by: Karin Christian 
This is a very easy pie to make, and it tastes wonderful! 
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Chocolate Chess Pie

Submitted by: Lola 
A southern recipe for a rich chocolate pie with pecans. Passed down from my Mother and Grandmother. 
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French Silk Chocolate Pie III

Submitted by: LAURA_1221 
Very rich chocolate pie that's perfect with coffee! Garnish with whipped cream if desired. Please note: this recipe contains raw eggs. We recommend that pregnant women, young children, the elderly and the infirm do not consume raw eggs. Important: be sure to use only fresh eggs for this recipe. 
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Good Chocolate Pie

Submitted by: soggytomato 
Unsweetened cocoa gets a chance to shine in this marvelous pie. It 's stirred up with evaporated milk, eggs, butter, flour and cornstarch into a smooth, thick, and yummy filling. Chopped walnuts are sprinkled on top and the pie is baked until set and served chilled. This recipe yields two 9-inch pies. 
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Sinfully Delicious Chocolate Pie

Submitted by: joan Spinasanto 
There are lots of sugar, eggs, chocolate and butter in this decadent pie. Everything is put into a bowl and beaten, until the mixture is light, fluffy and thoroughly combined. The filling is then poured into a baked, deep-dish pastry shell and chilled. Nice to serve with whipped cream and a sprinkling of cocoa. 
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Beth's Chess Pie

Submitted by: SAUNDRA 
This is a wonderful version of this classic buttery, sweet pie, but a smidgen of cornmeal and condensed milk are stirred in just before it 's poured into the pie shell and baked. 
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Maple Chess Pie

Submitted by: David Robinson 
Home Town: Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Living In: Denver, Colorado, USA
I was in the middle of making a Chess pie and realized I was out of vanilla extract. I substituted some maple extract I had on hand, added some pecans and the result was delicious. This pie is decadent and rich, so fortunately a small slice will do. I think this would be a great pie for Thanksgiving. Top with sweetened whipped cream or whipped topping if desired. 
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French Silk Chocolate Pie II

Submitted by: Katie 
This smooth-as-silk pie is delicious, and it 's rich with lots of butter, sugar and eggs. The thick, fluffy filling is spooned into a pre-baked crust and chilled. Serve with whipped cream and a dusting of cocoa. 
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Chess Pie IV

Submitted by: Elise Childs 
So simple, this rich pie 's recipe only calls for four ingredients, not counting the crust. Butter, eggs, and vanilla are melted, whipped and stirred together, and then baked in a crust for an hour.  
 
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