Chocolate-Walnut Pie


This chocolate pie is amazing! It is so chocolaty and tasty that you can eat it all day. But it’s also perfect for a party, you can only eat a little bit at a time because it makes you feel full. But that’s also a good thing because this pie will last.


  • 195 g chocolate
  • 90 g butter
  • 5 eggs
  • 250 g granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla-essence
  • 75 g self-raising flour
  • 3 tablespoons sour cream
  • 250 g walnuts
  • 3,75 decilitre whipping cream
  • 50 g butter
  • 3 tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 325 g chocolate

Pre heat the oven to 165˚C. Heat the chocolate and the butter until it’s melted.

In the meantime, put the eggs, sugar and vanilla-essence in a bowl and mic 4 to 5 minutes until doubled in size. Add the chocolate and butter and mix for about 15 seconds. Add the self-raising flour and fold it in with a spoon. Whip the sour cream powerful in another bowl. Add the sour cream to the mixture.

Put the whole mixture in the tin and bake the pie for about an hour. Let the pie cool down for about twenty minutes, then put in the fridge for an hour.

Chop the walnuts until they are about 1/5 cm.

Heat the whipping cream, the butter and the sugar. Keep stirring until the sugar dissolves, make it cook. Put the chocolate in a bowl and throw the heated mixture over it. Wait for five minutes, then stir until smooth. Put 2.5 decilitre of the mixture in another bowl and keep it on room temperature. Add the walnuts to the first mixture and leave that as well in room temperature.

Get the chocolate pie out of the fridge and cut it horizontale in 2 layers. Add the walnut mixture between the two mixtures. Pour the non-walnut mixture over the rest of the cake and also on the sides. Put it in the fridge until the top is dry, this will take about 1,5 hours.

Hope you like it ant try it out!



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