Chocolate Cream Pie Premium PD Recipe


I should have named this health promoting, creamy dark chocolate, oil-free, fat-free, nut-free and tofu-free Too Good To Be True Pie. Healthy people all around the world will be celebrating and more than likely fighting over the last slice as they eat their way to optimal health this holiday season. With recipe directions and ingredients so simple, a weekly Chocolate Cream Pie to celebrate healthy living year round is highly recommended.

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Comments (5)

  1. posted by Lisa mcLeod on January 19, 2021

    I really savored every bite of this today for breakfast. The crust wasn’t the best but I’ve never been good at crust so I wouldn’t count that against the recipe. I’d even make this as just chocolate pudding. It was THAT good. Thank you Julie!

  2. posted by Sheree Britt on December 1, 2016

    This pie reminds me of a chocolate silk pie we used to eat back in the day. So rich and decedent!

  3. posted by Greens on November 22, 2016

    Absolutely love this pie! I have made it several times now. I brought it to work and my coworkers loved it and remarked on how rich, creamy, and dark chocolate it was. Not a piece leftover. I prefer rolling out the crust so it is thin and even. Love having something healthy that I can share that you don’t need any taste bud reprogramming to enjoy. A real crowd pleaser!

  4. posted by amyreedy on November 9, 2016

    I was able to find some of the purple skinned white-fleshed sweet potatoes do you think I could use those to make this recipe?

  5. posted by MariLou Conner on November 7, 2016

    This was good! The texture of the filling was very smooth and silky, but mine formed a tough skin on top during baking–is there a method to avoid that?

    I’m not a big fan of any of the pie crusts. I’m still hoping that there’s a PD wonder out there waiting to be found!

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