almond flour banana Bread with greek Yogurt cream pie and all things chocolate. Then I asked him if he ever endured French Silk Pie, and he proceeded to request me what it had been. Ummm… pardon me? Wait around a minute… we're dating and you also haven't had France SILK PIE?! Also known as the RICHEST & most DECADENT PIE on earth! I had been shocked. So of course, me being the birthday dessert wizard, began on a quest to make him the very best french silk pie known to mankind. Etc his birthday last year, I produced him this specific recipe decked out with candles at the top and me singing happy birthday. After his first few bites from the pie I had been concerned when he didn't say anything. Did he enjoy it? Do he hate it? What was happening? Did I totally just spoil his birthday?! So many queries. Works out he was in delicious chocolate pie ecstasy, also called a euphoric reaction to scarfing down a cut of this french silk pie. He couldn't say anything because he was impressed. He told me flat out it had been the best thing he's ever endured, and that it was his new favorite dessert; he just wanted my French Silk Pie from now on. However you love this particular pie, just make sure you share it. It's too addicting and rich to have around the house when you're home alone. Trust me. 5.0 from 3 reviews Prep period: 24 hours Cook time: 10 mins Total time: Ingredients 1 cup uncooked hazlenuts 1/4 cup butter, melted 3/4 cup butter (1 1/2 sticks), at space temperature 1 cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract For the topping: 2-3 tablespoons granulated sugar Instructions Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a 9 inch springfoam skillet with nonstick cooking squirt or melted butter. Start by making the crust: Place cookies and hazelnuts within the plate of a meals processor and pulse for 1-2 minutes or until cookies are finely crushed. Add melted butter and sodium and process again until well combined. Dump the combination into prepared pie pan and press into the bottom level and side consistently. It should come up a minimum of an inch to an inch and a half on the sides. Bake for 10 minutes after that remove from oven and put on a cable rack to cool. To make the pie filling up: Melt dark chocolate in a small saucepan over low high temperature, stirring occasionally. Once chocolates is completely melted, set aside to great for 5-10 moments. In a big bowl of an electric mixer installed with a whisk attachment, beat together butter and sugar for 3 minutes or until sugar dissolves in to the butter and is not any longer grainy. You will see the butter change a light yellow/nearly white color and be fluffy. This is good! Add in vanilla and defeat once again for 30 seconds. Next fold in melted chocolates and mix once again so that the chocolates is well combined with butter and sugars. IMPORTANT: Ensure that the chocolate provides cooled to area heat range, or the chocolate will melt the butter and ruin the filling. Next add eggs, individually, beating for 4 short minutes between every egg. You'll want to use the whisk connection if using a KitchenAid mixer. (To be apparent: Add an egg, defeat for 4 moments on medium swiftness; after that add another egg, defeat on medium acceleration for 4 a few minutes and do it again with final egg and final 4 minute mixing.) Pie filling should be dense and fluffy at this point. If it's a little runny, don't be concerned, it will thicken up during refrigeration. Pour filling up into cooled crust and cover with plastic material wrap. Refrigerate for at least 8 hours, but preferably overnight. Once pie is ready to serve help to make the whipped cream topping: Add heavy whipped cream and 2 tablespoons of sugar to the plate of an electric mixing machine; defeat on high for 3-5 a few minutes or until cream gets to stiff peaks. Taste and add additional sugar if necessary and mix once again. Evenly spread whipped cream over pie filling, after that garnish with dark chocolate shavings. Serves 9-12, depending on what size you slice the slices. Pie will remain fresh for a couple days if properly covered and kept in the refrigerator. Recipe: Monique Volz // Photography: Sarah Fennel // I was just wondering if there is any way to alternative the egg with avocado. Hi there! This pie appears delicious and I really want to make it soon, but I'm uncertain about the raw eggs… Is there anything I could use rather than eggs? I've examine other recipies, they say you should use sour cream. Do you consider that'll function or have you any idea something else? Hi! I'd like to start making this too in the next few hours. For the crust, I don't enjoy oreos. Do you consider salted peanut and time crust could work? I understand my friend is definitely obsessed with peanut butter type dishes so I was questioning if incorporating peanuts could work for this! Or roasted almonds or something of the kind… or speculous. For the topping, could a berry whipping cream be good or too much? or coconut cream?"/>

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