German Chocolate Slab Pie
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"Have you ever heard of slab pies? They’re a new-ish thing (at least new to me), and they’re a pretty cool concept. A slab pie is simple. It’s a shallow pie that it’s baked in a rimmed baking sheet. It’s closely related to a traditional, round pie…except it’s not round at all. And a slab pie is ~2 times the size of a traditional round pie. That means slab pies are perfect for feeding a crowd. More pie – more better, right? You can just slice up the pie into squares and then serve it on the baking sheet itself. Nice and easy! (If you like the slab pie idea, then check out this Blueberry Slab Pie with Sugar Cookie Crust that I posted last month.) I’ve always enjoyed the chocolate + coconut combination, so I went with a German Chocolate Slab Pie. Chocolate, coconut, pecans all on top of a buttery pie crust. Talk about the perfect dessert! Prep is fairly simple on this one, too. The only thing to remember is you need to let the pie cool for a couple of hours before serving. (In truth, I actually like this German Chocolate Slab Pie cold rather than room temp. Try it both ways and let me know which one you prefer!)"
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