Monday, June 17, 2019

Raspberry White Chocolate Pie

 I had this pie at a friend's house and had to share the recipe with all of you.  It is so creamy and good!  My flowers are still looking so pretty that I used for my tea party last week.  The little cottage teapot belonged to my beloved mom, but it's missing a lid, which makes it perfect for holding flowers.

 I don't have a teacup with raspberries, but this Strawberry Fair from Johnson Brothers will do.

My youngest son, DIL, granddaughter, and dog came to my house from Dallas this past week.  They lost power for several days from a storm that happened a week ago Sunday.  The little granddaughters always enjoy being at my house, and they add so much joy!






Raspberry White Chocolate Pie

Yield: 8
Author: Kitty, and adapted from The Norske Nook Book of Pies
I cut the original recipe in half to fit into a regular pie pan. The Norske Nook makes their pies in 11" pie pan.

ingredients:

  • 1 baked single crust pie
  • 1 (6-ounce) bag of white chocolate chips
  • 1 (8-ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
  • 1 and 1/4 cups sour cream
  • 2 cups raspberries
  • See Note:
  • 1/4 cup mini semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1/2 tablespoon butter, melted

instructions:

How to cook Raspberry White Chocolate Pie

  1. Place half the white chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl and microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring between intervals until fully melted.  Spread the melted  chocolate evenly on the bottom of the baked crust.
  2. To make the filling, in a saucepan over low heat, melt the remaining white chocolate chips.  Let cool briefly and then stir together with half of the whipped topping.  Refrigerate until thick.
  3. When the mixture is cooled and thick, transfer the chocolate mixture to a large bowl, add the sour cream, and mix well.  Lightly fold the remaining  half of the whipped topping into the mixture.
  4. Spread a small amount of filling into the crust.  Add 1 cup of the raspberries, avoiding the sides of the crust and keeping the raspberries in the center of  the filling.
  5. Add about half of the remaining filling, covering all the raspberries.  Add the rest of the raspberries, still not touching  the crust.  Finish with the rest of the filling and smooth with a rubber spatula. 
  6. In a microwave, melt the mini chocolate chips with the butter, stir, and drizzle over the top of the pie.

NOTES:

Instead of using the mini chocolate chips and butter, I drizzled some melted chocolate fudge sauce over the top of the pie.
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Thank you for your visit!  xo

I am sharing this with these lovely parties:

25 comments:

  1. Kitty, I'm glad you had a joyful week with your sweet grands. That pie looks sinful. xo

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  2. Wow, that looks like a great pie Kitty-enjoy:@)

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  3. That pie looks amazing!!! White chocolate and raspberry work so well together. A lovely teacup there to go with the treat. I heard about the storms in Dallas. Several days is a long time without power. The longest I have gone was 4 days and it was not easy, particularly due to the temperatures outside. It is wonderful your family could come stay with you.

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  4. Awe, those babies are precious! Always such joy aren't they Kitty? I have several tonight and tomorrow and anticipating being TIRED already! LOL! But a good tired. That pie looks so good. OOH...and that tea cup! Darling. I hope the power has been restored by now and that all is well. Have a great and blessed week dear friend.
    Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  5. Ooooh - does that ever sound yummy! I*m printing it right now!

    Did you take a pic of a cut piece? Wondering what it looked like cut - always fun to see that, too.

    So you had a tea party last week - need to catch up to see what I have missed. Hugs and ♥

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  6. What a gorgeous teacup!That pie is mouthwatering...I also love your pretty teapot with beautiful flowers.Your Grands are so cute,such fun!Hugs!

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  7. Aw, they are so precious and cute! And the pie looks and sounds delish! Thank you for sharing, sweet friend. :)

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  8. Kitty, Your mom's cottage teapot makes the perfect flower vase! I've never seen JB's Strawberry Fair, what a beautiful pattern and pretty teacup! I know your family must have been happy to have a place to stay and some sweet treats to enjoy while their power was out. Love seeing the girls with their toys spread out :) Your pie sounds and looks delicious. ♥

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  9. I'm sorry about the storm in Dallas but glad your family got to visit you! Looks like a fun time.
    Your dessert table is so pretty and the pie looks wonderful. I love the teapot from your mother and your arrangement of flowers is so sweet.

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  10. oh boy, does this pie look dangerously easy! Love the photo of your grands with a room full of toys! So glad you got an impromptu visit, hope they didn't have any damage in Dallas...
    Jenna

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  11. That pie recipe is a keeper. I love the photo of the granddaughters playing in your home.

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  12. Oh, this does look delicious...anything with raspberries is on my list! Seeing your little grands with toys spread out on the floor reminds me of how much I miss having the younger ones around. So glad you got to spend some time together!

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  13. Hi Kitty, as usual your pie looks so nice and will be delicious tasting. Thanks for this recipe!

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  14. Hi Kitty, that pie looks divine. What a wonderful combination of flavors.Your grands are the sweetest. Thanks for sharing this delicious pie.

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  15. So glad you found a way to repurpose the cottage teapot! Your strawberry teacup has strong summer vibes.

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  16. Of course they love it! You’ve got all the goods! 😁

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  17. Thank goodness for Grandma's house :) They do add such joy and we're always excited when ours come to visit too. Love your mother's cottage teapot/vase. Wow, that pie sounds heavenly!

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  18. Your cottage teapot is so pretty! And, your pie looks delicious!
    Your grandchildren are so sweet. Looks like they are having so much fun! =)

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  19. Oh Yum, Kitty -- I've already pinned this recipe!! It's full of things I love. :D I also love your darling teapot and your cup and saucer. It's hard to go wrong with anything by Johnson Brothers. Those two little cutie pies in the third picture are ADORABLE!! I well remember those days of toys spread out across the room. ;) I hope we get to have a grandchild someday, too.

    I'm sorry I've been such a terrible blog friend lately; I owe visits to so many friends. Life has just been extra busy somehow. I hope you and your loved ones are doing well. Have a good week, my friend!

    Big hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  20. That sounds so good! Pinned.

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  21. Oh my! That pie looks scrumptious! And that tea cup is perfect!

    Cottage Blessings,
    Rebecca

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  22. Raspberry and white chocolate?! You are making me swoon! I must try this.

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  23. Oh, look at your sweet girls having such fun playing in your beautiful room. Nothing pleases me more than to see little children having the time of their life with toys strewn everywhere. Wish I could reach into the computer screen and cut me a slice of that delicious looking Raspberry White Chocolate pie♥

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  24. Hi Kitty,
    I have a tea pot just like yours, I love the little cottage teapots. That pie looks delicious and I will be making that one very soon! Hope you are having a fantastic week and thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with us at Full Plate Thursday!
    Miz Helen

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  25. Your Grands are just so cute, sweet photographs.

    All the best Jan

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