Enjoy this rich and delicious dessert Chess Pie is as easy as it gets, but you wouldn’t know it once you’ve tasted it. With a thick custard filling and a slightly crisp caramelized top, you’ll understand why this simple pie is a bonafide Southern classic.
You can also try our hoosier-style sugar pie, if you enjoy our chess pie. Delicious custard flavor. It can be caramelized and topped with sugar, just like creme brulee.
Table of contents
- Why Chess Pie Works
- Ingredient Notes
- Easy Instructions
- Tip and Tricks
- Serving Suggestions
- Recipe FAQs
- More Easy Pie Recipes
- Chess Pie Recipe
Why Chess Pie Works
I love chess pies.
Even though it’s not a recipe you’ll see on most menus, it is delicious and simple to make. If you’re a beginner pie maker, this is a great one to begin with.
Here are a few reasons why you’ll love my chess pie,
- Creamy custard The custard mixture is rich and creamy. It’s the star of the recipe and, fortunately, doesn’t require any special prep. Mix, pour and bake.
- Time Saver This recipe is a great way to save both time and effort. I’m a big fan of homemade anything but chose to use a prepared crust to make it easier. The chess pie recipe is an excellent holiday dessert. You can use the time and effort saved to prepare other…