I don’t have permission to give out this recipe yet, though I suspect it’s just a really old one and not a family secret. When I know that it’s okay to share you will be able to find it here.
There’s melted chocolate and sweetened condensed milk involved here. Yum.
Meanwhile, the egg whites are over there getting frothy.
Throw in a pinch of salt.
Watch it and make sure to keep stirring.
Once your mixture reaches a very specific point, pour it into your sad looking (but tasty) pie crust. There was a Crust Incident. There is no footage of this tragedy.
Scrape that puppy clean! Family rules go something like, “S/he who does the work may lick the spoon.” If you insist.
And we’re still spinning.
Finally, we’re starting to see some peaks. Almost time to add the honey.
Here’s the recipe for the Honey Meringue.
That’s what we’re looking for!
Top it gently and bake for another 10ish minutes until browned.
Tada! She was very tasty. I have additional thoughts on the Honey Meringue and I’ll be sharing them later. Don’t worry, all good! I just think that Miss Honey Meringue was meant for bigger things than chocolate pie. Though this was a delicious abomination. (I call all super-rich creations such as this “abominations.” It’s a term of endearment around my house.)