The first time I ever tried French Silk Pie was at my favorite eatery, and since that has gone out of business, I have been craving this delicious pie. It takes a long time to make the filling, but let me tell you that it is worth every second you put into it. I did do a few things to speed up the process. After melting the chocolate, I put it in the refrigerator so it would cool completely, and a little bit faster. In my opinion, it didn't change a thing. I also doubled the recipe, which personally, I didn't think was necessary. If you put in the time and effort, the filling is naturally fluffy, and expands to fit in a pie pan. Doubling the recipe did give me an extra pie, which I am very grateful for because it allowed me to taste test it before I show it off tomorrow, at Thanksgiving Dinner. I will be putting on whipped cream once I get to the dinner, and garnishing with chocolate chips, as I have no chocolate shavings. Pictures to come, if I can manage to take them before my family devours it. This is definitely a repeat recipe.
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The first time I ever tried French Silk Pie was at my favorite eatery, and since that has gone...