Nutrition Facts

 

Serving Size: 1 slice

Servings Per Container: 8

 

Amount Per Serving:

Dry Mix

Calories: 240

Total Fat: 7 g

Saturated Fat: 2 g

Polyunsaturated Fat 2 g

Monounsaturated Fat 3 g

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Sodium: 12 mg

Potassium 50 mg

Total

Carbohydrate:

45 g

Dietary Fiber: 1 g

Sugars: 38 g

Protein: 2 g

 

Customer Comments:

 

My favorite pie- The German Chocolate Pie- for sure. It is delicious, and it is so funny that I am not a German Chocolate Cake fan at all.. but I love this Pie

Shirley Lee from Palestine, TX

 

I used Aunt Sherry's Pie Crust with my mini muffin pan and made tart lets. You need two pie crusts for a whole pie mix. These are perfect size for samples, which I cut some in half and left other whole. This is so yummy and easy! 

Sharon Meredith from Prosper, TX

 

Got some of this and was very surprised at the ease and the yummy taste! I was not expecting quite such a rich dessert.

Mary Keyser from Talhina, OK

 

Representative’s comments at an arts and craft show:

 

I sold out of my German Chocolate Pie and Pecan Pie Muffin Mixes.  I can't seem to keep enough of these.

Janice Porter from Port Orchard, WA

 

German Chocolate Pie was the first dessert a hostess used in a Home Show for me. The entire party loved it...including myself. I've only tried it by the directions, and was hesitant, since I am not a fan of German Chocolate Cake. This is a very yummy mix for family and friend get-togethers. It was a hit at a neighborhood BBQ!

Juli Weatherly Chesapeake, VA

This is from one of our TGC reps, Sandra Larson from Larimore ND, and she owns her own restaurant

My Mom asked me yesterday what she could do to help me get ready for my huge vendor event. So, I asked her to make the German Chocolate Pie into some sort of bar that I could cut into small, bite sized pieces. Because she is amazing in the kitchen, she did. And they were an INCREDIBLE hit!!! And soooooooooooooo easy to do.

Take two pie crusts (we use premade ones from Hilltop Crest or Farms, I think, for our restaurant's pies). Thaw them out and roll them out to fit into a large...bigger than 9x13, pan. Lay them out in the pan and up the sides, like you would a regular pie crust. Make two bags of the German Chocolate Pie mix and pour over. Bake until done. I cut them up into maybe 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" squares and arranged them on a nice plate that fit the decor of my table. They FLEW out of there. People just ranted and raved about them.

We'd talked about this before, about maybe making a cookie type crust or something like that. Nope, go with the pie crust. That way, even though it's not shaped like a pie, it's still the pie.

I took the very few leftovers to work today. We also serve the pie at the restaurant and everyone LOVES it. So, I had my co-workers try the bars and my best friend at work said "why don't I like the pie but love these bars? They are to die for!!"

Gift Ideas Using This Mix:

 

These two mixes make a great pair!  German Chocolate Pie with German Chocolate Coffee

 

Who would not enjoy a Chocolate Basket????  Include any of the following chocolate mixes:  Heavenly Chocolate Pie, Chocolate Pecan Cheesecake Spread, Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Dip, Cookies and Cream Dip, Cookie Dough Dip, 5 Minute Microwavable Chocolate Fudge, 5 Minute Microwavable Peanut Butter Fudge, Chocolate Pecan Bars, German Chocolate Pie, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Texas Cowboy Cookies, Toffee Chocolate Cookie Bars, Chocolate Caramel Surprise, Double Chocolate Bundt Cake, or any of our Hot Chocolates.