As a self-proclaimed chocolateholic family, this fudge pie is the pie to end all fudge pies! This is seriously delicious.
The baker? .... my husband! He turned out this perfect chocolate delight one lazy Sunday afternoon between church services when I mentioned to him how "I would just LOVE some chocolate and coffee right now" as we were relaxing. I heard some littleclanging and rustling in the kitchen and in a matter of 20 minutes he had a gorgeous pie in the oven!!
I am so blessed to call this man mine!!!
He dug up this fudge pie recipe card we've had for probably a decade or more in my recipe box, but I can't tell you where it came from because I have no idea. This is a classic fudge pie, not to be confused with chocolate meringue or a brownie pie. It has a deeply rich center and baked in a pie crust.
I'll let you in on one of our favorite desserts here... It's this very fudge pie served with a scoop of coffee ice cream, dollup of homemade whipped cream, and chocolate or caramel syrup drizzled all over each piece for an over the top delicious family recipe we endearingly call the "Heath-sinker" after a Pattis 1800 Settlement pie recipe we love. Now that is something to share with your best of people!
This wonderful Sunday he served it up hot from the oven with whipped cream and some favorite dark roast coffee. Perfection!
The unexpected afternoon nosh definitely hit the spot for my craving and was made for one happy wife! We watched a good Amazon Prime original show called Doctor Thorne while the kids napped. It made for a pretty perfect Sunday!
Randomly baking a pie for me..... well to us, that says LOVE. Almost 12 years married, and I have a man who is just as fun now as ever!
And just as cute!!!
Just look at the deliciousness going on. Just beautiful! The pie, too. ;))
That fudge! Don't you want the recipe???
Here you go.
Family Fudge Pie
3/4 c. butter
3- 1oz. chocolate squares
1 1/2c. sugar
3/4 c. all-purpose flour
1 tsp. rea; vanilla extract
3/4 c. chopped pecans, toasted
(Roast pecans in a single layer on 350 for 7-8 minutes, stirring once, til toasted and fragrant.)
1 Pie crust (I use the refrigerated roll out.)
Preheat oven to 350.
Melt butter and chocolate together in saucepan on low heat.
Beat the eggs well at medium speed for 5 minutes with an electric or stand mixer.
Gradually add sugar til blended. Gradually add chocolate mixture, flour, and vanilla beating wil blended. Stir in the pecans.
Pour mixture into pie plate that is prepared with a crust.
Bake for 35-40 minutes or until the center is firm. I personally recommend eating while still warm, but that's how I role.
You are so welcome!