Comments on Guinness and chocolate pie

Indulge yourself with this delicious Guinness and chocolate pie. Recipe for 12 people, ready in 40 minutes. Super-delicious!

Connie commented at 2016-06-15 15:35:21
Gravatar van Connie It sounds delicious! Is there a quick way to convert to ounces & cups for us in the U.S.?
Ohmydish commented at 2016-06-15 15:49:34
Gravatar van Ohmydish Hi Connie, we have put up a page to convert units right here: https://ohmydish.com/measurement-and-conversion-chart/
Katherine Lynch commented at 2016-06-19 08:00:49
Gravatar van Katherine Lynch For the Chocolate Guinness pie, do you use baking chocolate or a chocolate candy bar?
Ohmydish commented at 2016-06-19 08:03:43
Gravatar van Ohmydish Hi Katherine, we've used an unsweetened chocolate bar, so best use a baking chocolate bar. Hope this helps!
Krysta commented at 2016-06-19 19:29:36
Gravatar van Krysta Hi, sounds like a lovely recipe! Am I getting this correct; 200 grams of butter for the bailey's topping?
Ohmydish commented at 2016-06-19 19:35:24
Gravatar van Ohmydish Hi Krysta, that's correct. We added the required grams of butter into the recipe to make it more clear!
Krysta commented at 2016-06-20 04:23:38
Gravatar van Krysta Thank you!!
Stacia commented at 2016-06-21 05:56:09
Gravatar van Stacia I made this for Father's day, and although it turned out, the whole time I felt as though I'd done something wrong. The cake/pie does work! Don't fret after adding the second cup of sugar- it is NOT a smooth cake batter, but more of a dough, and you end up with a giant brownie, more or less. As for the Baileys frosting....I chose to add 2 more cups of powdered sugar, about half a cup of cream cheese, and some vanilla. Otherwise, you end up with Baileys flavored sweet butter, which is not what I want to frost a cake with! (I wondered if 4 Tbsp should have been 4 cups powdered sugar?)
Ohmydish commented at 2016-06-21 08:44:50
Gravatar van Ohmydish Hi Stacia, so great to hear it turned out okay! We've checked the recipe using your comment, perhaps you've added 2 cups of regular sugar instead of 2 tablespoons of powdered sugar to the cake batter? Too much (regular) sugar will make the batter less smooth. For the frosting: its great that you've adapted it to your taste! 4 tablespoons of powdered sugar is the correct amount for (our version) of the frosting. Thanks for trying out our recipe, hope to see you again!
Wesley commented at 2019-03-12 16:02:28
Gravatar van Wesley I don’t get what you’re trying to say here “ DIVIDE the Baileys topping over the Guinness and chocolate pie“ thanks
Ohmydish commented at 2019-03-12 21:02:12
Gravatar van Ohmydish Hi Wesley. I'm not sure what you're question exactly is? You create the topping as described in the sentence before and then you divide it onto the pie? That's it. Or do you mean that 'dividing the topping' isn't the correct word/translation? What should be the correct term? Frost?
Wesley commented at 2019-03-12 21:44:38
Gravatar van Wesley You mean to apply the topping to the cake ,, yes frost the cake. Thank you
Ohmydish commented at 2019-03-13 08:56:23
Gravatar van Ohmydish Thank you Wesley, I will use the correct term in the future :)
Harmony McConnell commented at 2019-03-18 15:34:25
Gravatar van Harmony McConnell I really enjoyed the topping, wasn't so crazy about the texture or taste of the cake but thanks for something new to try.

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