How to make it

  • Top part:
  • Cream together sugar and butter or shortening.
  • Combine the milk and egg alternately with the flour and baking powder. Mix well.
  • Add the vanilla and mix well again.
  • Set aside until lower part is mixed.
  • Lower part:
  • Mix together the cocoa, sugar, water and vanilla.
  • Pour into the unbaked pie shell.
  • Over this, pour the top part.
  • The chocolate will come up around the outside edge, but that gives it a nice crusty edge on the finished product!
  • Bake at 350° for 35 minutes or until firm. (Do the toothpick test)

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    " It was excellent "
    frankieanne ate it and said...
    Interesting! Is it cake or is it pie? My chocolate only rose up on one side to make a crust though. Not certain why that happened. The top layer has the consistency of cake! It wasn't too sweet either. Added to IMI 8/9/15.
    Pa Dutche Funny Cake Pie
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  • AngelAdvntg 10 years ago
    This is a different twist to the original recipe, but the same ingredients.

    It's called funny cake because the chocolate is added last, but ends up n the bottom n top of the crust.

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  • ttaaccoo 12 years ago
    I am intrigued by this one too! thank you for sharing it. Sounds like a fun chemistry experiment!!
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  • jo_jo_ba 15 years ago
    Ooh that looks good!
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  • zena824 15 years ago
    I love the way this sounds...
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  • recipediva 15 years ago
    I love this recipe. It makes a nice pudding on the bottom of the pie. Great post. I should have been amish! You will love my shoefly pie. It is a really wet bottom and gooey... yumm.
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