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Chocolate Mousse Pie with a Phyllo Crust – Everyday Food – From the Test Kitchen

Chocolate Mousse Pie with a Phyllo Crust – Everyday Food – From the Test Kitchen



This silky, rich chocolate pie mousse pie with a crisp, crackly crust will definitely be a crowd pleaser and makes an inventive addition to your holiday table.

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Chocolate Mousse Pie with a Phylo Crust – Everyday Food – From the Test Kitchen
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33 Comments on this Post

  1. Nuha Chowdhury

    Won't the pastry go soggy when refrigerated

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  2. Reta Bunny

    Why is everyone so mean? She’s a professional from the test kitchen and she’s lovely, just shy and not everyone has an energetic personality like Sarah. I actually prefer her cos she’s Super chill.

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  3. 46619TAB

    I don't for chocolate and have made this before using the thin layer of chocolate on the crust and the mousse filling was butterscotch. I used my mom's pie dough recipe and several time with a graham cracker crust in a spring form pan but never with Phyllo because I've been afraid of it. Well, this looks easy enough and I'll give it a shot. And remember, as my GMother always said "once you cut it all the calories leak out" so no worries!!

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  4. Damn. She sounds like she hates baking.

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  5. thexxmaster

    Not only will I not cook this, I quite literally can't cook. Why do I keep watching? I'm not even hungry.

    I'm gunna keep watching.

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  6. Madison Shayy

    Is the 1/4 cup of sugar enough to sweeten all of that chocolate? My family doesn't like dark chocolate

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  7. Garlic Girl

    Love this! Surprised no vanilla was added.

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  8. Carmelle Ramos

    first second of the video i'd be like YOU'RE NOT SARAH? hhahha great video anyway!!

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  9. LOVE LOVE LOVE

    I just want to ask can I use semi sweet chocolate instead?

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  10. celinher

    mmmmIIAM!! this looks just fantastic and exquisite!! Very elegant as well…!! Thanks for this delicious chocolate mousse phillo tar! 🙂

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  11. CutoDracon

    Can you use meringue instead of the whipped cream to fold into the chocolate?

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  12. Chester Izzy

    Has she had a stroke??

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  13. HanaitsRetro1

    That looks so yummy. I want it all! But it would of been more exciting watching it being made by Sarah ):

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  14. tarah mailon

    Is Phyllo crust is the same as wonton/spring roll wrappers?

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  15. Julianna Baker

    That looks like a great recipe but every time I watch a video with her in it it just seems like a grey cloud has been hung over her head. Tip: maybe make your videos/voice a little more lively so no one falls asleep.

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  16. Mary Ccc

    where did this pie originate from? (country)

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  17. KeilaKandid

    OMG our childhood +Curlygirl Chels! We need to try this!

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  18. Laura Forconi

    FANTASTIC, OK, THIS WILL BE ONE OF MY DESSERTS FOE EASTER, GREAT IDEA.

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  19. Dorothea Obi

    how many days in advance I can bake this cake?

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  20. D Miller

    Has anyone been able to actually get the pie out of the pan?  I just made my 4th attempt and it won't budge.  I've buttered everything on every side.  If I don't fold the phyllo over the edge of the pan, it slips down flat into the bottom of the pan while baking.  I've tried a glass pie dish and a cake pan and a spring form pan to no avail.  It doesn't just "pop" right out.  So the pie is delicious of course but the presentation is awful.  No way to serve it like this without it looking like it was dropped on the floor.  HELP!!!!!!

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  21. Made this and it was a hit! Very good! My husband doesn't like whipped cream but he ate it and said everything went well together

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  22. Thank you SO much for this recipe.  My daughter-in-law and I have been so excited to make this.  We needed to wait until we were all together this Christmas, wish me luck.  Love this video, more please 🙂

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  23. Jessica Gadson

    Is this conscious coupling pie !!!????!!!!?? The shade I live for Martha

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  24. Mackenzie Salmon

    she could use a little bit more of a personality. Sarah and Shira are wayyy better!

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  25. amana azeem

    May I know how many phylo sheets in total? Thanks

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  26. Sorry, but I prefer Sarah!

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  27. mslovelee86

    I neeeeed to try this one !

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  28. her voice makes my throat hurt

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  29. Joe Moore

    How many fillo do you use for one pie?

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  30. Sumona Afrose

    This is how u spell 'filo'

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  31. S.S. Larry Stylinson

    where is sarah?

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  32. Dilara Tunc

    I want sarah

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  33. Oh my freaking gosh!  That has to be the most delectable thing I have ever seen in a long while.  I don't know if I have the patience to make it working with the phylo.  Not much of an ending for this video.

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