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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.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
4 hr 15 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
9/15/2009
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
posted:
9/14/2009
Awesome raspberry ganache pie! Use chocolate pie crust instead of the oreo, though. Much better!
posted:
8/28/2009
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!)
posted:
8/27/2009
you do not whip the cream first.If you did it would melt in the microwave.
posted:
8/19/2009
Was a big hit with company. very rich and a chocolate lovers dream.
posted:
8/13/2009
Can someone please help me with this recipe? Do you whip the cream first before you microwave it? Thanks!
posted:
7/28/2009
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.
posted:
7/28/2009
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.
posted:
7/27/2009
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.
posted:
7/23/2009
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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