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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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I made this recipe for my anniversary. The rich chocolate and raspberry combo was perfect. I also didn't make the topping but I did serve it with mint ice cream. I can't wait to make it again! Thanks Kraft!
Tried it with orange fruit...covered top with cool whip and some very finely chopped candied orange peel!
The easiet elegant looking and tasting ever! Foolproof.
For the person who commented on where the recipe for the oreo pie crust: I think they are trying to make this as simple as can be and you are supposed to by a pre-maid one. If you always make your own pie crusts you shouldn't need a recipe for an oreo one then.
I made this with very little ease for friends and family. They loved it. I Will make it again.
I made this pie with fat-free half and half. That does not work. It thickened overnight in the frig, but became mushy when I took it out to serve at our potluck. It tasted great. People just scooped it out with a spoon. Next time I'll try it with whipping cream.
Sure to please everyone. My family (Ages 2 to 84 years) was in awe of this fab pie. Very rich chcolate flavor. Easy to make but is very impressive.
I loved it! I found seedless raspberry preserves and used it. I can't believe how easy it was. I'm going to try peppermint in it with crushed candy cane for christmas next year! yum! maybe use some almond extract for a different take on it.
Very rich? You betcha! And Very Very good. To those who have a problem with the raspberries, too bad, you are missing one of the truly great combinations a fruit and chocolate. Although I have not tried any other, apricots, peaches, pomegranate, dried soft cherries, etc. would ALL taste just great!
Where's the recipe for oreo pie crust? If I'm making a pie I make it from scratch. I also think you've confused STRAWBERRIES with RASPBERRIES. Good luck finding raspberry jam without seeds.
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