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You May Want To Keep The Whole Pie To Yourself
Have you ever heard of chess pie? No, it’s not a pie crust filled with Velveeta or slices of waxy cheese.
It’s a heavenly dish filled with fluffy mixed eggs, sugar, milk, flour, and cornmeal. I also said “chess” not “cheese” hehehe! This pie is truly something special and you gotta try it as soon as possible. In my opinion, chess pie is a checkmate! Even my children liked it and they typically do not care for new things. When I said “chess pie” to them my youngest replied, “checkers?” LOL!
One of the greatest things about this chess pie is how easy it is to make. You simply whip the ingredients together and bake it in the oven for x-amount of time and there you have it! Total yumminess! I am in love with this pie and will continue to make it time and time again. Are you ready to make my favorite recipe? Let’s get to it!
Image credit: Kimberly Vardeman.
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Quick Tip: This chess pie is excellent all by itself. Yum!