Recipe by Elizabeth Wood
"This recipe was given to me by a baker friend. Strawberries in a white chocolate and cream cheese mixture drizzled with more white chocolate. I make this a lot and everyone loves it."
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white chocolate, chopped
1 (3 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
fresh strawberries, hulled
1 (9 inch)
graham cracker crust
4 stars as written, 5 stars with a couple minor alterations! I doubled the amount of white chocolate called for. I used a whole 10 oz bag of white chocolate chips, and melted about 6 oz to mix into the cream cheese & whipped topping mixture. I also used a whole 8 oz package of cream cheese instead of the 3oz called for and sprinkled in a little more confectioners sugar. I sliced the berries, & drizzled the remaining 4oz of melted white chocolate on top. The more strawberries you can fit in your pie, the better it turns out! A word to the wise though! Make sure you use the freshest berries you can, and try to eat the pie in as timely as a fashion as you are able to. Otherwise, you will have a runny strawberry juicy mess!
I used a butter pecan crust instead of the standard graham cracker crust, and followed the suggestions for increasing the cream cheese and white chocolate, and drizzling with ss chocolate. Definitely use sweeter milk choc instead. Tasty but not worth making again in my book.
This was cheesecake heaven. I used an 8 oz package of cream cheese (was 3 oz. a typo?... I didn't know they made those). And instead of white chocolate I melted semi-sweet chocolate chips... sooooo yummy!
WOW. Very good. I decided to make this for Easter and bring to the family gathering. I did make some minor changes though. I used low fat ingredients whenever possible, including the grahmn cracker crust and cream cheese. I also sliced the strawberries into rounds and layered them on top. When I was mixing it, the batter was quite stiff and hard to mix. But after chilling for a few hours I think the berry juice softend it a bit & was a bit jiggly.
Very good pie. I did not have my chocolate hot enough so when I added the whipped cream I wound up with huge pieces of chocolate floating around. I ended up rewhipping the entire mix. The pie still was firm when cut into pieces. Wash and dry strawberries, then dip stawberries into melted milk chocolate or dark chocolate and stick into bottom of pie instead of drizzling chocolate over berries. My method was chocolate covered strawberries sticking out from the pie surface.
If you make this recipe I think the strawberries should be cut into slices and place them flat on top of filling. Good Recipe!
Very good recipe, it was so easy to make. I added some fresh raspberries to the mix for a little tartness. The base was very smooth and not to sweet. Loved it!!!!
This pie is yummy and something different from the usual fruit pies. We made a few for a cooking project with a group of kids and tried a couple of different variations on the recipe; the favorite was a chocolate crumb crust with both white and milk chocolate drizzled over the top of the berries.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
White Berry Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 252
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