German Chocolate Brownie Pie
This German Chocolate Brownie Pie is made from a combination of favorites. Brownies are easy to make and the foundation to this dessert. The pie is made in a no stick tart pan with a removable bottom. This gives the brownie a decorative edge plus the dessert is easy to remove as the brownie pops right out. The brownie recipe itself is one that is moist and chocolatey. Pecan are also baked in the brownie.
The Frosting adds the magic to this dessert. It is made with milk, eggs, sugar, butter vanilla coconut and chopped pecan. The result is a flavor and texture.
When you take that first bite, you will let the pie linger in your mouth. With eyes closed and taste buds fully awakened. This pie is really delicious. As you enjoy your piece, you may just consume each bite slowly, and savor the flavor.
Let's talk a little bit about chocolate. Just where does it come from? Well, it comes from the seeds of the cacao tree. The seeds are bitter and first need to be fermented to develop flavor. Once this has happened, they are dried, cleaned, and roasted. Next the shells are removed. What remains in the cacao nib. Nibs are ground and liquified. This liquid is known as Chocolate Liquor. The liquid is then broken down more in cocoa solids and cocoa butter.
You will notice when you buy chocolate that there is a % on the package. The higher the % the more cocoa and less sugar, thus creating a more intense chocolate flavor. When you read that you can eating chocolate can be good for your health, this refers to chocolate that is at least 70% or higher in cocoa content.
Natural Cocoa Powder is often labeled, 'unsweetened cocoa powder'.
Dutch-Processed Cocoa Powder has been treated with an alkali to neutralize the natural acidity.
So now that we have shared a little information about cocoa, we would like to share 'The Foodie Crush' website link below where you will find this wonderful recipe.
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