Tin Roof Fudge Pie

Today we have a guest post from my sister Flora. She is sharing one of her favorite pie recipes with us and it looks really good. This is one of those recipes that can easily be made regular or gluten free, just by using a different crust.

I’m Flora and I am one of Lynn’s sisters and like Lynn I love to cook. I consider myself a serious home cook; I just now happen to cook everything gluten-free. I am always trying to find fresh, flavorful meals to feed my family, but I also really like dessert. So, when Lynn asked me to do a guest post, I knew exactly what recipe I wanted to share.

Chocolate pies are always a hit and this one is no exception. With layers of melted chocolate, caramel, peanuts, and more chocolate it looks really impressive, yet is relatively easy to prepare.

This Tin Roof Fudge Pie is based on an old Taste of Home recipe and if you like the classic trio of chocolate, caramel and peanuts this is one dessert you should really try! It needs to set up in the refrigerator, making it the perfect make ahead recipe for company or a special occasion (I just recently made it for my dad’s birthday).

I think the pie is plenty attractive as is, so I choose not to garnish it. However, extra whipped cream, peanuts, or even melted chocolate or caramels would be nice choices.

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  1. Amy @ Finer Things says:

    Drooling! Sounds like a Snicker bar in a pie shell. Yum!!!


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