Friday, November 29, 2013

Chocolate Chess Tarts

Hello everyone!

Did you have a good Thanksgiving?  One of the things I took to my family's Thanksgiving this year were these little scrumptious pies.  They are so easy to make and soooooooo good!  What I love about them is that everyone gets there only little pie.  



You will need these ingredients:


small pie shells, sugar, evaporated milk, baking chocolate, butter, vanilla and eggs

Combine chocolate, butter and evaporated milk in saucepan on stove.



Stir together and heat until melted.



Set that aside and let cool slightly.  

Then combine eggs and sugar in a large bowl.


Add vanilla and chocolate mixture from the stove.


Mix well and pour into a container that will allow you to pour this into the pie shells.


Pour mixture into pie shells and bake in oven.


After 30 minutes in the oven, they will be done. Remove and transfer to a cooling rack.


I actually doubled the recipe to make more pies, but this recipe should give you at least 12 pies or more!

Remove from pie tin and enjoy!



I cut into this one so you could see how decadent the chocolate is inside!


I have had this recipe for many years.  A friend gave it to me from the Southern Living Magazine.  So, maybe you can try it over the holidays this year too!

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Chocolate Chess Tarts

2 eggs
 5 oz can evaporated milk
12 unbaked individual frozen tart/pie shells
1/4 c butter
(2) 1 oz squares unsweetened baking chocolate
1 tsp vanilla
1 1/4 sugar

Combine chocolate, butter, and evap milk in small saucepan.  Cook over low heat until melted and smooth.  Let cool slightly.  
Combine eggs and sugar in a large bowl.  Add vanilla and choc mixture.  Blend thoroughly.  
Pour into unbaked pie shells.  Place shells on a baking sheet.  Bake at 350 degrees for 30 min.  Cool.

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Thanks for stopping by!

~ Kelly ~


21 comments:

Deserae said...

I am definitely going to try these....they are so cute too!!! Have a great weekend :o)
~Des

Ivy and Elephants said...

Sounds yummy! Thanks for the recipe.
Patti

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

Oh my goodness...they sound so yummy!! And they look really cute too!

Cozy Little House said...

These look and sound delicious! And I bought a whole frozen pumpkin pie. What was I thinking??? Now I'll have to eat it...
Brenda

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

These look so good. I am pinning and saving for after I lose this weight I've gained over the last few months. SIGH!!! xo Laura

Lisa @ Texas Decor said...

I love chocolate and these look so good!! I like that there's no pie to slice too...it's much easier to just serve everyone their own individual pie. :) Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. :)

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

And they are sooooo good.

Junkchiccottage said...

Kelly,
How sweet that everyone got their own little pie. These look so yummy. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Kris

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

It looks like you topped off your meal with a delicious treat. Chocolate, milk, and butter...looks delish!

Laura @ Top This Top That said...

Oh my. I would much rather have chocolate pie then pumpkin or apple but I got out voted in my house this thanksgiving. Next time I am making my own little one!

Missy George said...

Great idea..Every one has their own pie or two :)..Thanks for the recipe..

Babs Richman said...

These look sooo good. I love chess pie, but I've never made chocolate ones. I'm looking for the little pie shells. I don't remember seeing them in the store. Thanks for your recipe. Gotta try them.

Linda said...

Oh, MY! Those look good! Thank you for the recipe! It looks like a good one!!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Looks and sounds so yummy!!

Down to Earth Style said...

Kelly...these sound wonderful. My kids love for me to buy mini pies for them. I am so making these for the holidays. Plus they are so cute!

must love junk said...

These look adorable and yummy! (And I love the peppermint sticks in your ironstone! :)
Susan

Wendy McDonagh-Valentine said...

I just printed this and am going to attempt to make them for Christmas!! Thanks for sharing!! : ) Have a wonderful rest of your weekend!!

~ Wendy
http://Crickleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

chateau chic said...

Your chocolate tarts look amazing!!
Mary Alice

cynthia lee designs said...

Sounds Yummy!! Thinking I will have to make one real soon.
hugs,
Cindy

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

They look great Kelly! Writing down that recipe!! We love chocolate in this house!

Anne said...

Oh my goodness....Yum!
Anne