What’s a Smores pie you say? Well, it’s down right delicious of course! The second I saw it in my Vegetarian Times magazine, I knew I had to make it. Memorial Day seemed like the perfect occasion!
Vegetarian times taught me that marshmallow fluff is vegetarian! No gelatin like normal marshmallows (this is good for my vegetarian friends).
My husband consented to allow me to use his Malley’s dark chocolate that was still left from Valentine’s Day. Malley’s is a delicious chocolate company in the Cleveland area.
I had to break it up and put it in a bowl:
Heat soy cream to a simmer:
And then pour the soy cream over the chocolate and whisk in one egg, some vanilla and a pinch of salt:
The chocolate mixture was then poured into a prepared graham cracker crust and baked for 25 minutes. The edges of the pie crust were covered with foil to keep them from getting too brown.
After cooling for an hour it was time to “spread” on the marshmallow fluff. Well, marshmallow fluff is not the kind of stuff you spread. It’s more like a plop:
Somehow I spread it out enough and then put it under the broiler until it was brown on top:
The finished product was very rich and delicious. Definitely more flavor than a campfire smores!