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Turtles® Pie

Rated as 4.36 out of 5 Stars
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"Absolutely delicious, although very rich. Pie version of the Turtles® chocolates. I used to sell this pie to a restaurant and the customers loved it."
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Ingredients

2 h 30 m servings 756
Original recipe yields 8 servings (1 - 9 inch pie)

Directions

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  1. Place pecans into bottom of pie shell.
  2. To Make Filling: In a heavy saucepan over medium heat, cook condensed milk, brown sugar, butter and corn syrup. Stir and bring to a boil; stir continuously for at least 5 minutes. Remove from heat, then slowly beat with a spoon until mixture starts to thicken; will take about 2 minutes. Be sure not to over beat or it will harden too much. Pour mixture into pie shell; cover and refrigerate for about an hour. Filling ingredients may be halved to make for a less rich pie.
  3. To Make Topping: In a medium saucepan, cook chocolate and butter over low heat until melted together. Stir in condensed milk; mix well. Remove from heat; allow to cool just enough so that yolk won't cook when added, but not so cool that the chocolate hardens; cooling time will be about 3 minutes. Stir in egg yolk to chocolate mixture; spread over cooled filling. Place pie back in refrigerator and cool for another hour.

Footnotes

  • TURTLES® is a registered trademark of DeMet's Candy Company.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 756 calories; 49.5 78.1 6.7 109 360 Full nutrition

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This pie was so, so, SO good. It was unbelievable--and I don't even like pecans! We made two for my father's birthday--I made one and my 13 year old niece made one. They were fabulous, but *very...

Most helpful critical review

This is a quick and easy pie to make. The caramel that is called for in this recipe with the brown sugar, condensed milk, and Karo syrup is quite versatile and can be used for other caramel need...

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This is a quick and easy pie to make. The caramel that is called for in this recipe with the brown sugar, condensed milk, and Karo syrup is quite versatile and can be used for other caramel need...

This pie was so, so, SO good. It was unbelievable--and I don't even like pecans! We made two for my father's birthday--I made one and my 13 year old niece made one. They were fabulous, but *very...

absolutely sinful and so very delicious. more for wintertime than summer but I'm going to do it a lot when the frost comes...

Exactly the flavor I was looking for. I added whipped cream and it was the perfect touch not only for taste but also for presentation. I really like the idea of a "turtle cream" pie, and next ti...

I never thought I would say something is "too sweet" but this is! I would never make this again. I did make it the way the recipe called for, I guess if you cut the caramel in half it might be ...

I made these into tarts instead for christmas. I topped it off with a dollop each of the chocolate topping and finished with a pecan.

Difficult to rate this because I thought it was just average and not a particularly impressive presentation - in my opinion you might as well just soften a few Snickers bars in the micowave. Ho...

I absolutely LOVE this recipe. I brought it to my family's Thanksgiving and they couldn't get enough of it! It is wonderfully sweet and very addicting! I can see why it sold in restaurants!

Omg!!! This is the sweetest desert ever , but absolutely delicious. Easy to make, just takes a while to chill between steps. I made an Oreo cookie crust, used cream cheese whipped cream on top...