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French Silk Pie

I have not done a blog post lately for a number of reasons.  First,  I am still dealing with two cats.  Both stressed and one with a cone around her head.  Fun!
I have also had writers block and add on top of that being super busy.  With everything starting back it is sometimes easy to let things slip.  The lazy days of Summer are over.

I thought I would share a recipe of one of the best sweets I have EVER put in my mouth.  Unfortunately, I have put it in my mouth too many times.  I have made this recipe 3 times over the past month.  When you taste it, you will understand.
I went to my friend, Rebecca's baby shower a few weeks ago.  One of the ladies there named, Rhonda made this recipe.  She had it served in little mousse glasses.  I could have eaten 7 or 8 of them, but I did not want people talking about me.  It has raw eggs in it.  (I know my mother will be very worried when she reads this, but I am perfectly fine!)

French Silk Pie (I just serve it as mousse)

Here it is:
2 oz (2 squares) unsweetened baking Chocolate
3/4 cup sugar
1 stick of butter
2 eggs
8 oz heavy whipping cream

Melt Chocolate in microwave-cool.  Beat softened butter until fluffy.(It will make you fluffy)  Beat in sugar.  Add eggs, one at a time, beating 5 min. each.  Fold in whipping cream.

SOOOO SOOOOO GOOD!
When you see me in person, you will know I have been loving this stuff.

Comments

Terri said…
If your mom, or anyone else is worried about the raw eggs, just use Eggbeaters! It comes out exactly the same! Beating for the full 5 mins between each egg is critical.
Natasha said…
This sounds delicious! I am scared if I make it I will never lose the baby weight I've been trying to get rid of for a year now :)
Kim said…
Call me the next time you make this! Sounds gooooood!!
Summer said…
Do you beat the whipping cream before you fold it in?
Morgan's mom said…
my recipe for french silk calls for a pinch of salt, but NO whipping cream. I've eaten it for over 55 years, and those raw eggs havn't hurt me yet!
sandy said…
I have been debating about what to bring to a family reunion potluck tomorrow...I think I just found the recipe! Thanks Laurie!
sandy said…
I have been debating about what to bring to a family reunion potluck tomorrow...I think I just found the recipe! Thanks Laurie!
New follower here. Stumbled over from BlogHer. I think I'll have to try this recipe! It looks so easy and yummy and those are my criteria for sure!
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