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Raspberry Ganache Pie

Raspberry Ganache Pie recipe
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The creamy, sweet inside of a truffle, poured on top of a pie shell. It’s like heaven on a plate, topped with fresh berries.
15 min
4 hr 15 min
10 servings
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Nothing but rave reviews. I take a different dessert evertime I go to my girlfriends house. "The best ever"!! I agree. Beautiful to look at simply delicious in taste. Thanks, BK
Awesome raspberry ganache pie! Use chocolate pie crust instead of the oreo, though. Much better!
I couldn't believe how easy this recipe was to make. And everyone raved about it once it was served! Very rich in flavor. (it left my sister-in-law's strawberry shortcake in the dust!)
you do not whip the cream first.If you did it would melt in the microwave.
Was a big hit with company. very rich and a chocolate lovers dream.
Can someone please help me with this recipe? Do you whip the cream first before you microwave it? Thanks!
Very Very Rich.... But really good. I added a little more jelly to my chocolate filling. I also served it with cool whip topping too because of the richness of the chocolate. Excellent.
Wow! If you like chocolate, this is the pie for you and so easy. It is very sweet (ok for me), but for others, I may try to substitute a couple of bittersweet squares for the semi-sweet and see how that tastes.
This pie is so delicious and easy to make. It turned out perfect! I added an extra tablespoon of jam in the pie. Because whipping cream becomes more whipped cream like the more it's whipped, I think the key to the pie being firm enough is in mixing the mixture long enough before pouring it in the pan.
This is THE best chocolate pie I've ever eaten! Truly simple & quick to make - and every time I make it, people rave about it!! Some hints & tips - it doesn't have to be seedless raspberry jam - it can be any flavor. And, if you can't get fresh raspberries, strawberries, blueberries - even bananas and kiwi work well on this pie. Or any combination of them makes it beautiful and delicious! I've thought about using dried apricots, but haven't tried it yet.
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