|Baked Classic Pie Dough|
This week’s Baked Sunday Mornings challenge is for Sawdust Pie! It sounds weird and I’d never heard of it before, but it’s delicious! I used semi-sweet in place of the white chocolate. While we were eating this pie, we talked about how to describe it. Let me start by saying that I believe it’s truly unique. German Chocolate S’mores, maybe?
This Classic Pie Dough is a dream to work with, It bakes up flaky and has a wonderful buttery taste. The sweet and chewy filling is made from sugar, graham cracker crumbs, chocolate, coconut, pecans and egg whites. It’s not at all dry as the name implies. And, it’s super simple to whip up – just put all the ingredients in a bowl, stir, and pour into the pie crust, then bake. That’s it.
|Ready for the oven!|
|Fresh from the oven!|
|We served it while it was still warm ~ delightful!|
Looks great! I so wanted to use semi-sweet chocolate chips instead of white but went with them anyway. The filling reminded me of german chocolate frosting too!
Cher Rockwell says
Sawdust pie, huh? It looks much better than its name would imply đź™‚
That is one beautiful pie! Love it.
Laura (Tutti Dolci) says
What a perfecty decadent pie!
well if someone had described it as german chocolate s’mores i would totally have tried it! it looks great!
Mary Hirsch says
Hmmmmm. That name is interesting. I had never heard of this pie, ever. From the ingredients, it does sound delicious. But, it almost looks as if it is begging for whipped cream or cream fraiche or ice cream. But if that was the case, you would have plopped something on there. So maybe not. Thanks for sharing.
CJ - Food Stories says
I’m so envious … That crust is gorgeous. Really, I know I should be staring at the pie but I can’t take my eyes of the crust … Excellent Job đź™‚
Your crust looks perfect. I agree, it’s a dream to work with. And the pie, it certainly was unique!
The crimping on your pie is gorgeous — and I love the idea of subbing semi-sweet chocolate for the white chocolate. So pretty!
Virginia Taylors says
Wonderful!! Love the photos..I thought the filling was so yucky looking but once cooked beautiful.
That looks so delicious! Great job, Susan!
Reeni Pisano says
This is a “different” pie – in a good way! The filling sounds wonderful and your pie pretty – I can never get my crust to look so good. I like the name of it too. Have a great week Susan!
Pacheco Patty says
Love the name, the look, your description of the flavor, everything about this pie!
Sue George says
I made this pie today – however a slight variation – didn’t use chocolate at all. I used chocolate graham crackers (crushed). Quite delicious!