This moist, dense walnut fudge pie is a chocolate lover's dream.
by R. Rachel
, MOULTON, AL on Sep. 2007
I tried this on Sunday and within the hour of serving it, it was gone. I will make again and again. Everyone wondered why I did not make two! Next time I will know to do that.
Try some variations!
by E. E
, on Mar. 2007
An easy recipe that produces a fudgey result. Also try it using espresso dark chocolate, and hazelnuts in place of walnuts.
by k. kelly
, alpharetta, GA on Feb. 2007
I was looking for a chocolate pie base and this was it. I omitted the nuts and added a teaspoon of coffee granules. Perfect with coffee ice cream.
by S. Susan
, Bidwell, OH on Oct. 2005
This is a great and easy recipe for a chocolate lovers treat. It is great with ice cream.
3 Words For This Pie
by S. SCHERRY
, DURHAM, NC on Apr. 2005
I only have three words for this pie... OH MY GOSH! This is absolutely delicious.
by V. Verna
, LARGO, FL on Mar. 2005
My husband's favorite combo is chocolate & peanut butter, so I added a cup of peanut butter chips with the walnuts. GREAT!! Definitely will make over & over again
Walnut Fudge Pie
by D. Debra
, Springfield, OH on Feb. 2005
I tried this recipe for my chocolate loving husband. I got rave reviews from him and other familiy members. This recipe takes little time to mix up and when it bakes the kitchen smells wonderful. I did use pecans instead of the walnuts with the same results. This pie also travels well for a pot luck dinner. One is never enough I have to make two each time.
by J. Jan
, BLYTHEVILLE, AR on Feb. 2005
I guess my age will show, but my favorite Chocolate pie is the old Cocoa pie; however, this is a very good 2nd choice. Also, my family prefers this one, they think the old Cocoa pie is not sweet enough. So this is their favorite.
by S. Sandra
, DISPUTANTA, VA on Dec. 2004
I made this for Thanksgiving as not everyone likes pumpkin pie. It was very fudgy and everyone loved it, especially the kids. It was also simple to make.
walnut fudge pie
by e. elizabeth
, ROBERTSVILLE, MO on Dec. 2004
Very easy to make. Very rich and very good !!
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