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10 Chocolate Chess Pie Recipes

By Elisha Baba


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If you are looking for a great dessert to serve at your next family dinner, one of my top recommendations is a chocolate chess pie. No one will be able to resist this rich and delicious dessert, which can be served by itself or with cream on top. When it bakes, it forms a crusty top and creamy filling, and it is sure to be a crowd-pleasing dessert for kids and adults alike. Today I’ve gathered together ten different chocolate chess pie recipes for you, all of which are guaranteed to be a hit with your family!

Chocolate Chess Pie for Chocolate Lovers

1. Chocolate Chess Pie

For a classic chocolate chess pie recipe, try out this recipe from Southern Bite. This pie uses a pre-made and rolled-up pie crust from the grocery store, saving time and effort in the kitchen making your own crust. You’ll only need to spend fifteen minutes of prep time for this dessert before it’s ready to cook in the oven for forty-five minutes. You may find that the pie is a little runny in the center after cooling, and if that’s the case, just pop it in the fridge for a couple of hours until it’s ready to serve.

2. Chocolate Chess Pie with Graham Cracker Crust

You’ll love this chocolate chess pie from Crazy For Crust. The recipe combines a crunchy graham cracker crust with a gooey center that tastes just like a chocolate brownie. Your guests will appreciate how rich and fudgy this pie is, and you’ll even add Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups into the mix! In about an hour, you’ll have twelve generous servings ready for your family and friends. Finish it off with some whipped cream or ice cream on top.

3. Double-Chocolate Chess Pie

If you just can’t get enough of that rich, chocolaty taste, you have got to try making this double-chocolate chess pie from Martha Stewart. To give this recipe its additional chocolate taste, you’ll add dark chocolate chips and cocoa powder into the mix of ingredients. If you notice that the pie crackles or puffs during its time baking, don’t be alarmed, as it will settle when the pie cools down.

4. Vegan Chocolate Chess Pie

Recipe Magik shares this recipe that will be ideal for when you are next catering to vegans. Everyone in your family will love this dessert, regardless of whether they are vegan or not, thanks to the rich taste of the pie. In order to make this dish vegan-friendly, you’ll use vegan butter, almond milk, and cornstarch to replace the eggs. The cornstarch is great because it really helps the pie to hold its shape.

5. Dark Chocolate Chess Pie

Many people prefer the rich taste of dark chocolate to milk chocolate, so if you are catering to anyone who would prefer a stronger sweet-tasting chocolate dessert, try out this pie from Group Recipes. This recipe makes two pies that will serve up to sixteen people, making it ideal for a large family gathering or a party where you need to bring a treat along. You’ll use dark chocolate instead of regular chocolate for a decadent and satisfying dessert that will surely please even the biggest chocolate lover in your life.

6. Mini Chocolate Chess Pies

If you are having a buffet for your next family gathering, these mini chocolate chess pies from Life On Manitoulin are an ideal treat to add to your dessert selection. When you don’t feel like having a full slice of pie, you can still satisfy your dessert craving without overindulging. For the crusts, you can use either unbaked tart shells or pie pastry if you prefer to cut out your own crusts.

7. Gluten-Free Chocolate Chess Pie

Finding a good gluten-free dessert that everyone in your family will enjoy can be challenging, but this easy-to-follow recipe from Let Them Eat Gluten Free Cake will surely please even your harshest critic. To make this recipe, you’ll create a gluten-free pie crust that is buttery and flaky and won’t crack when it’s baked. For best results, when you are rolling out the crust, always try to keep it moving to reduce the chance of sticking or tearing.

8. Chocolate Peanut Butter Chess Pie

This recipe from Love and Olive Oil combines two of my all-time favorite baking ingredients; chocolate and peanut butter. The center of the pie tastes just like brownie batter and has ribbons of peanut butter running throughout it. It creates a gooey and fudgy dessert that is best served with ice cream, milk, or some whipped cream on top. The crust adds an even more chocolatey taste, thanks to using chocolate wafer cookie crumbs mixed with unsalted butter.

9. Chocolate Hazelnut Chess Pie with Rolos

For the ultimate indulgent dessert, try out this incredible chocolate hazelnut chess pie with Rolos from Life, Love and Sugar. This chess pie is both visually appealing and absolutely delicious. It tastes just like a chocolate hazelnut spread. Using lots of sugar and eggs, you’ll be able to create a rich and sweet dessert that kids and teens will love. For the perfect finishing touch, add whipped cream and chopped Rolos on top before serving.

10. Chocolate-Pecan Chess Pie

This chocolate-pecan chess pie from Ballard Designs would make a fantastic dinner table centerpiece the next time you have your friends over for a meal. It’s a grown-up variation on the classic dessert, which your friends and family will adore. It may take about two hours to make, but it’s well worth the wait and effort for the finished product. You’ll use refrigerated pie crusts to keep things nice and easy, and then you’ll top the pie off with halves and pieces of pecan to add extra crunch and texture to the dish.

There are so many great variations on the classic chocolate chess pie recipe, and so I’m sure you’ll enjoy impressing your friends and family the next time you try creating one of these desserts. Chocolate chess pie is the ideal dessert to serve for a special occasion, and no one will be able to resist these rich and chocolatey pies at your next family gathering.

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