"Your classic silky, chocolate pie-but with a delicious raspberry twist! Garnished with whipped topping, mint leaves, and fresh raspberries, this is a beautiful dessert." — SillyBarista
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seedless raspberry jam
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WAY TOO SWEET!!! The chocolate part was edible. The finished product was almost inedible. The only change I made was I didn't make my own pie shell. I don't think that could have made that much of a difference to the final taste. I whipped the chocolate filling for more than 2 minutes. It was terribly grainy, almost crunchy. The only thing I could suggest is to use sugar free jam. MAYBE that would help.
Great! And yes, tooooooo sweet, which i love! I also didn't do the crust and instead of having that big pie, i make small pies so i can take one for a snack at work. Addition to the garnish, i put jelly raspberry flavor and powder chocolate. It's my sister's birthday in a couple of days, she will probably surprise and like it, specially that i made it myself. Thank you for the recipe! I tought doing pies is really hard, but after this, i don't think so.
Used the French Silk Pie recipie, which is GREAT, because I love the chocolate and raspberry combination, I just drizzled the serving dish with a raspberry sauce and decorated with a couple of raspberries and mint leaf. Pretty and luscious!
Absolutly fabulous, if you love chocolate mousse!
Very good!! Would prefer if the filling was just a little firmer though. Any ideas on how to do that?
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Raspberry French Silk Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 312
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