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Boston Cream Pie

Boston Cream Pie recipe
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Here's the cream pie that made Boston famous—easy to make, creamy with pudding and topped with a luscious layer of chocolate.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
1/22/2010
prnbc1, why did you use 3 boxes of pudding? The recipe clearly states only one. That explains why your filling had the consistency of bread dough.
posted:
1/21/2010
Yum! Served this with company and everyone went back for seconds. Easy-to-make and delicious. Definitely a keeper!
posted:
11/24/2009
Tasted excellent, like an eclair. The chocolate icing was surprisingly easy. I only gave my wife one piece, and ate the rest myself over the next three days. The quality of the cake never degraded over time, another plus.
posted:
11/19/2009
Recipe called for way too much filling
posted:
11/18/2009
It was great!!! Easy to make, and everyone loved it.
posted:
11/17/2009
08-19-2009 Awesome!
posted:
11/15/2009
A "regular" sized box of pudding (one with 4 servings) is 3.4 oz I don't think they make them any smaller? I haven't made the recipe yet but the box of pudding (3.4 oz) to the milk called for seems about right to make a thicker cream, as usually it's 2 cups of milk to make the pudding.
posted:
11/5/2009
Are the ingredients correct?? I used 3 boxes of pudding (3.4oz total) and the cream was like bread dough. Same with triple-layer Chocolate pie. Should the receipt be 1 pkg Jell-o (1.0 or 1.4oz) to 1 cup milk. Whats correct??
posted:
11/4/2009
Absolutely delicious. My husband travels weekly and for his homecoming I always try to make a different desert and a nice dinner. He thought I had purchased this pie it was so good and pretty, until I told him it was another new recipe I had received from this site. Definitely a keeper.
posted:
10/30/2009
This is a delicious recipe but what makes this even better is saving time and substituting Graham Crackers for the yellow cake and layering the cream and the fudge :D graham crackers/milk/Instant French Vanilla Pudding/Cool Whip (Frosting = whatever you want) fudge or dark chocolate icing. so delicious
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