Fudge Pie - It's another frugalicious and fast recipe from The Budget Diet, and it's the perfect Valentine's dessert! Fudge Pie is frugal because it's made with ingredients that we almost always have on hand! Fudge Pie is fast...30 minutes total preparation and baking time! If you need to satisfy your chocolate craving make a Fudge Pie! Totally indulge by serving with ice cream and hot fudge!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
- 1, 9 " frozen pie crust unbaked, do not thaw (do not buy deep dish)
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 cup flour
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 stick butter melted
- 2 oz. unsweetened chocolate squares melted
Preheat oven to 350.
In a medium mixing bowl, beat eggs 1 minute.
Add flour, sugar, vanilla, melted butter and melted chocolate and beat until combined.
Pour into unbaked pie crust.
Bake 25 - 30 minutes or until center is almost set.
Cool 1 hour.
Top with vanilla ice cream and homemade hot fudge sauce to serve.
For an extra dose of decadence, drizzle with The Budget Diet’s homemade hot fudge sauce!
“All I really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt!” (Lucy in Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz)
I agree with Dawn. The pie was delicious but I had to cook for an additional 15 minutes. I will make this again! 🙂
The pie tasted great but the cooking time is way off. It should be around 45-50 mins. I had to put mine back in the oven when I checked it at 35 minutes.
Hmmm…I’ve been making this pie for years, so I’m not sure why your cooking time was so different. Oh well, at least it tasted great!
Hows this oper cream on the bottom then the fudge on top then whipped cream .
I think I’d eat this pie almost any you dress it up!
Could I use semi sweet chOcolate? That’s what I have and deep dish crust lol
Hmmmm…you would have to adjust the amount of sugar is you used semi-sweet, and I have no idea by how much. Play it save and buy unsweetened chocolate squares.
Do you thaw the crust first?
No need to thaw…it really is a quick and easy pie!
This looks AMAZING! I pinned it on Pinterest because I can’t wait to try it! Yum!
this looks so yummy! and easy, I love that combination and will have to try this. what a fun blog, I’m now a facebook and twitter friend. take care. also, sorry! I’m coming to you from vb but am commenting a little late. my computer had hiccups last night.
This just looks awesome! I’m almost positive I pinned this on Pinterest the other day. Lol! My hubby is really a picky eater, even with dessert so I know if I make this he won’t eat it…but that’s okay with me…more for me that way, huh?! Ha!
My grandfather had an expression…mfm (more for me!). Enjoy & thanks for pinning!
This looks ridiculously good and sounds so easy to make. And I love easy…and delicious. Definitely will try this one!!
Please come back and rate this pie if you get a chance to make it! It’s so easy, and it will satisfy any chocolate craving!
You always have the best ideas and recipes!! This sounds to die for good and would be so much fun to make for Valentines day!!
If you get a chance to make it, I would love for you to come back and rate it! Thanks!
This looks very very yummy. And fudgy. Which of course equals yummy 🙂
It’s even yummier when you realize how easy it is!
This looks like a wonderful dessert. It would be great for Valentine’s Day.
It’s almost too easy, so I find myself making it over & over & over!
Oh my this looks FABULOUS! We always have those ingredients on hand and LOVE that all of them are natural… I love a good dessert that doesn’t have any funky stuff in it 🙂 Pinning!
Having all the ingredients on hand can be good & bad…I’m making and enjoying this pie a little too often!!!
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