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RECIPE: Pecan / Chocolate Layered Pie?

Posted by burrbear (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 17, 07 at 10:06

I recently had this fabulous pie at a Piccadilly? Cafeteria while on a trip to Kingsport, TN. It was amazing! It seemed to have either a standard pie crust or the pecan/butter/flour mixture; then the next layer was just like your standard, very delicious pecan pie filling; the next layer was like a delicious chocolate pie filling (not a thin layer but 2+ inches thick); and finally the white fully stuff meringue. If my description makes any sense and you have this recipe, I would LOVE to have it!


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RE: RECIPE: Pecan / Chocolate Layered Pie?

This one's topped with whipped topping but see if the other part of the recipe fits your description. If it doesn't, take a recipe for pecan pie, halve it & bake it then make a scratch chocolate pudding & top the pecan layer & then meringue.

Couldn't find a copycat Piccadilly chocolate pie.

Here is a link that might be useful: Triple Layer Mud Pie


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