These directions need a huge clarification and I can't believe it hasn't been done yet considering it's been several years since this recipe was posted. The issue is with Step 3. It says cook and stir an additional 2 minutes after bubbles begin forming. If you follow these directions, you will have chocolate soup. I thought it would thicken up if I let it sit for awhile. It didn't. I put it back on the fire and added a heaping teaspoon of cornstarch and constantly stirred for about 15-20 minutes on medium heat. It was amazing to see it finally thickening, like pudding. I poured it into the crust and did NOT put plastic wrap on it as I didn't want to eat melted plastic. I put the pie into the cold garage for an hour and then put the plastic wrap on it and refrigerated it. It was delicious but very, very rich.
had to throw the whole thing away I followed all directions and refrigerated overnight, and in the morning the pie was soup. I thought it was very unclear about how long to stir the filling while cooking. There were bubbles around the edges during the whole process; not sure how long till it was supposed to be done. Pros: SOUNDED good and easy! Cons: directions not clear
Awesome! This pie is easy to make and special enough for company during the holidays. It's reminiscent of a French Silk Pie and I'm the hero for actually making it. For those whose pie turned out soupy and never set- You're making a custard! You need to keep stirring until it tightens up. Watch the pan. You will know when it has turned. Pros: Easy and delicious. Cons: none