How to make a Lime-Chocolate Pie | The Cupboard Drawer Recipe Book

Here is a recipe that is a real sweetie from crust to topping. As you read the ingredients you will feel the sweet waves of delight rush through your body, generating undulating waves of anticipation of the sheer creamy, thick and sticky delight as it flows over your lips and holds your quivering tongue millimeters away from the roof of your anticipating mouth; washing your taste buds in a crescendo of pure thick ecstasy as it dissolves off the firm and sharp tines of the fork, richness spent in the passionate release of Chocolate, Marshmallow Cream and Lime…

16 ea (1/2 Cup) of crushed Oreo cookies

½ cup flaked Coconut

2 Tbsp Butter (No stinking Margarine here)

3 Egg Yolks

1 (14 oz) can sweet condensed milk

2 envelopes (4 oz ttl) pre-melted unsweetened Chocolate product

1/3 Cup Lime Juice

3 Egg Whites

1 7 oz Jar Marshmallow Cream

  1. In a medium mixing bowl, combine cookie crumbs, coconut and butter mix well
  2. Press in the bottom and up the sides of a 9 inch pie plate,
  3. Bake in a pre heated 375 deg oven for 8 min. set aside to cool reset temp of oven to 350 deg
  4. In a small mixing bowl, beat egg yolks with your mixer set on high for approx 4 mins or until think and lemon colored. Add Condensed milk, chocolate, and lime juice. Beat until well combined and smooth. Pour into pie crust.
  5. Wash the beaters thoroughly before this next step. In a large mixing bowl, beat the egg whites until soft peaks form (tips will curl), gradually add marshmallow cream, beating until stiff peaks form (those little tips will stand up straight in anticipation). Spread the Meringue covering the filling with its pale sweetness, and sealing the edges of the crust.
  6. Bake in the 350 deg oven for 12 to 15 mins or until the meringue is just turning golden. Cool for 3-5 mins on a wire rack.
  7. Chill 1-3 hours before serving.

Adult warning: Use this treat carefully and make sure you are with your huny when you eat it. I can tell you with a certainty children have been conceived because of this pie! Enjoy! Viva Lime! Viva Chocolate! Viva Love!!




Recipe 65 "The Cupboard Drawer" all rights reserved, 2009


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breakfastpop 7 years ago

This looks and sounds so delicious that it's sinful. Thanks for the recipe. Yum!


Carolyn 7 years ago

This sounds like a Chocolate/Key Lime Pie...I don't see any lemon in it....sounds real yummy!!!!!! Reading your description makes me wish I had a huny to eat it with!


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Hmrjmr1 7 years ago from Georgia, USA Author

BPop - As always thanks my friend

Carolyn - Lemon was a typo in the title at first Ooops

Thanks you both and enjoy!!!


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GusTheRedneck 7 years ago from USA

Hmrjmr1 - I am not much a pie person, but if I had one of those I think that I might be able to endure it! :-)))


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Hmrjmr1 7 years ago from Georgia, USA Author

Gus- Just remember that Chocolate is a bean, beans are a vegetable, Limes are a fruit, so be a good boy and eat your fruits and veggies lad..


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stars439 7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

Fantastic Pie. God Bless you


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tim-tim 7 years ago from Normal, Illinois

That sounds like a good combination, Chocolate and Lime. Need to try that. You use a lot of condensed milk. I grew up with that. Back in HK, not everyone can afford to have fresh milk. Thanks for sharing! You are indeed a good cook!


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Hmrjmr1 7 years ago from Georgia, USA Author

tim-tim Many of the recipies from the Cupboard Drawer go back to the Great Depression in the 30's. So simple and less expensive were watch words of the day. Thanks I do believe you'll like this one. Do Enjoy!

Stars 439 Thanks So much for your kind words Do Enjoy!


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Ann Nonymous 6 years ago from Virginia

It looks, sounds and I am sure is decadently good! Anything with chocolate I am in all the way-Not sure I have tried chocolate and lime together before though! I'm bookmarking this and thanks so much for sharing!


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Hmrjmr1 6 years ago from Georgia, USA Author

Ann- very rich so keep the slices small...Do Enjoy!


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Hummingbird5356 6 years ago

This sounds delicious and I liked your introduction before the recipe too!


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Hmrjmr1 6 years ago from Georgia, USA Author

HB - So glad you enjoyed the experience!!

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