From: email@example.com ("Sheri K. Thomasson") Date: Mon, 20 Mar 1995 03:16:56 +0000This recipe was posted by Betsy Couch: Snicker's Pie-Bon Appetit June 1993 12 servings CRUST 1 1/2 c graham cracker crumbs 1 TBS sugar 6 TBS unsalted butter melted Heat oven to 350. Combine ingredients and press into a buttered 9" glass pie pan. Bake about 5 min. Cool on rack. Maintain oven temp. FUDGE LAYER 6 TBS flour 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/8 tsp salt 1/2 c unsalted butter (cut in pieces) 4 oz semisweet choc. chopped 1 oz unsweetened choc. chopped 1/2 cup sugar 1 lg egg 1 lg egg yolk 1 tps vanilla extract Sift flour, baking powder and salt into medium bowl. Combine butter and chocolates in a double boiler and stir until melted and smooth. Cool slightly. Using and electric mixer beat sugar, egg and egg yolk in a medium bowl until slightly thickened. Add vanilla and cooled chocolate mixture and mix until well blended. Add dry ingredients and mix until just combined. Pour into crust and bake until almost set ( about 17 min.) Cool on rack for 10 min. Cut up about 8 1/2 oz Snicker's bars and place on fudge layer. CREAM CHEESE LAYER 10 oz cream cheese, room temp. 1/3 c sugar 1 lg egg 1 tsp vanilla extract With an electric mixer, combime cheese and sugar, add egg and vanilla and beat until smooth. Spread mixture over Snicker's and bake for about 15 min. or until set. Cool on rack. Melt 2 oz milk chocolate and 2 TBS whipping cream to drizzle on top. Ref. and serve chilled. Enjoy! This reminds me of a pie called Mud Slide that I had in a Friday's restaurant here, only they used chuncks of fudge over a chocolate crusted layer of cheesecake and drizzled caramel sauce over the top! Can you imagine the calories!! Hope this helps, Betsy Couch firstname.lastname@example.org -- Sheri Thomasson email@example.com
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