"This is my Great-Grandmother Alice's award-winning pie! This is one of the pies she made for the restaurant she owned in Sebastopol, California. Enjoy!" — BAKERZOLLER
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hot cocoa mix
red food coloring
finely chopped pecans
egg yolks, beaten
butter, room temperature
fresh lemon juice
heavy cream, chilled
shaved sweet chocolate
Really, REALLY good!
I made this yesterday and the only reason this is getting a 3/5 is because of the filling. The crust was dry and almost tasteless. I would use a graham cracker crust, as I find it pairs well with mousse-type pies. Though the filling was good, it definitely needed a little more lemon. Perhaps the use of the juice from my one large lemon wasn't enough... I also used Nutriwhip instead of heavy cream. I felt this was alot of work for something that had such a simple taste and look; not really worth it. There is a lemon cake I made from here that tasted much better. I may refer to this recipe again for the filling, not sure.
A total disaster was averted only because I'm an experienced baker and know how to improvise.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Prize Winning Lemon Fluff Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 261
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