Stacey’s favorite Chocolate Pecan Pie

My great friend, Stacey, who does NOT consider herself much of a cook, gave me this recipe. It sounds quite wicked and I’m pretty sure that if she’s making this pie, she IS a cook!

Chocolate Pecan Pie

Preheat oven to 350°

  • 4 eggs
  • 1 c. butter
  • 2 t. vanilla
  • 4 T. hard liquour (bourbon, brandy, rum–your choice)
  • 2 1/2  c. chopped pecans
  • 1 3/4 c. sugar
  • 1 c. flour
  • 2 c. chocolate chips
  • 2 pie shells

Melt the butter. Beat the eggs and gradually add the melted butter, vanilla, liquor, and pecans. Stir in remaining ingredients (except for the pie shells, of course!)
Pour  this mixture into the pie crusts and bake at 350 degrees for 40-60 minutes.

Top with ice cream or whipping cream.

Thanks, Stacey!

Barb

 

Public apology: We publicly apologize for using a proprietary name on this pie unintentionally.

6 thoughts on “Stacey’s favorite Chocolate Pecan Pie

  1. Noel! I’m so glad you stopped by! I’ve been meaning to email you or comment on your blog or something. It’s All Your Fault! You inspired me to write about Amish Friendship bread several months ago. That post has turned into our most commonly viewed post of all time. We’re up to 77 comments which is unheard of on cooking blogs. (The lack of theological debate means that most of our comment threads are fairly short and totally benign!) With the except of Thanksgiving week, Amish Friendship Bread is ALWAYS our top post of the day. And ALL thanks to you and your inspiration!

    So THANKS!

    Hope to meet you someday,

    Barb

  2. I smell an Irish cook here that doesn’t want anyone out “there” a’ know’n her recipes! “Not a cook — my Irish arse!”

    I’ll be definitely making this pie for my Cherokee/Irish folks. And I’ll add it to my faves for the season. I still make our family’s Irish roots mincemeat cakes with a twist. Instead of hand-size meat pies to eat in a blizzard, I make a full decorated version that everybody always says they don’t like; but lo and behold, every one of them have several slices and keep asking what kind of wonderful fruitcake this is?

  3. Holy Hannah! I stumbled upon your website while searching for a recipe for Asiago Garlic Bread and I’ve now been here for about an hour. ; )

    I want to say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for this recipe!!!! My husband and I went to his relatives’ in Kentucky for Thanksgiving 4 years ago and I have been looking for a recipe for this AMAZING pie ever since. Give Stacey a kiss for me!!

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