I was a little late on July 4th posting…but better late than never, right?
My daughter, Claire, keeps finding recipes she wants to try. That seems to keeps us busy at the store and in the kitchen. While she has changed her mind from wanting to be a chef (at 11 years old) to now wanting to be an event planner…I love seeing her love for food and baking continue! Conversations, laughter and memories are made in the kitchen.
OLD GLORY PIE. Find recipe here. I changed the recipe a bit and used fresh cherries, strawberries and blueberries. YUM!
I asked him what kind of cake he wanted for his birthday this year. Instead of cake, he wanted a pie. His favorite is cherry pie, but we could not find any fresh cherries. So chocolate pie was second on the list.
I decided to use a recipe from The Pioneer Woman.
I love my mom’s homemade crust, but after working 9 hours…Pillsbury’s Pie Crust was the obvious choice!
I did cook my pie crust a little longer than I needed, but it still was delicious!
I had all my ingredients ready to go and found this recipe was really quite easy.
It calls for bittersweet chocolate. I used Ghirardelli and chopped fine and added after the pie filling was beginning to thicken. I think this tasted better than using cocoa powder.
The pie was a huge success, mainly because my hubby loved it!
Click here Chocolate Pie for her recipe. The full link to her recipe can be found there. If you make this, let me know what you think! I have listed some of her cookbooks here for you if you don’t have one already.