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Cook up a yummy malted silk pie.
You absolutely must have an electric hand blender with whisk attachment to make this!

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  • How to bake a chocolate pie. Malted Silk Pie - Step 1
    Step 1

    Grease a 9 inch pie plate.

  • Step 2

    Crush biscuits with food processor or pulverise with rolling pin , pestle or similar to make crumbs. Melt the butter and mix thoroughly into biscuit crumbs. Chill until firm.

  • Step 3

    Pour Maltesers into base.

  • Step 4

    Using a hand blender on high setting, mix softened butter, sugar, salt, cocoa, vanilla and malt powder for a full 5 minutes until smooth, light and fluffy.

  • How to bake a chocolate pie. Malted Silk Pie - Step 5
    Step 5

    Using hand blender on medium low setting, add the eggs one at a time, blending after adding each egg. Take it carefully as you want these fully incorporated into the mixture, but if your blender is too powerful the mixture will split. Keep a close eye and stop blending as soon as the mixture looks smooth and fluffy.

  • Step 6

    Pour filling into pie crust and smooth top.

  • Step 7

    Decorate with a ring of Maltesers round the edge.

    N.B. As this recipe contains raw eggs, use the freshest ones available and eat as soon as possible. Do not serve to small children, the elderly or pregnant women.

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Queen Bea
Queen Bea · 3 projects
Hi Sarah,
I think that must be somethign funny in the way the recipe has come up on the website - should be teaspoons!
xxthat girlxx
xxthat girlxx · Worcester, Massachusetts, US
When you say "1" salt or "1" vanilla extract are you talking teaspoons? Tablespoons?

meg c.
meg c.
Okay, thanks. Can't wait to try it!
Queen Bea
Queen Bea · 3 projects
Hi Meg, Just place them on the crust so you have a few there before you pour in the filling.
meg c.
meg c.
This looks absolutely delicious! I may have a dumb question for you though. When you say to pour the Maltesers into the base, do you mean simply place them into the crust? Or do you have to prepare them in some way first?

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