Guest Blogger–Danielle Thorne

Great Combinations: Fudge Pie and Sweet Romances!

Happy November, and Happy Thanksgiving to all of Theresa’s American readers. The close of the year is just around the corner, and I’m excited to begin my two month holiday goodie tour around the blogosphere. Now’s the time to get ready for all of those family get togethers and begin thinking about what special treat you’re going to share.

Although I am an author of sea adventures and sweet romances, I love to cook, too. You can get a sneak peek into all of my popular recipes by joining my newsletter. This week I am sharing a family recipe that’s a popular Southern seasonal tradition. It’s fast, inexpensive and easy. Anyone can pull this rich, fudgy trick off. Just use a store bought pie shell, mix up a few special ingredients and soak in all the praise for a tasty Fudge Pie.

Make sure to check out my goodie tour calendar at for more special recipes. You’ll also be able to find out more about my sweet sea romances.

Thanks, Theresa, for letting me stop by today and share. Best of luck with your fabulous writing.



1 stick of melted butter

½ cup of all-purpose flour

½ teaspoon of salt

1 teaspoon of vanilla

1 cup of sugar

¼ cup of cocoa

2 beaten eggs

Mix ingredients well. Pour into an uncooked pie shell. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes. Delicious served with ice cream or Cool Whip.

Happy Harvest and Holiday Season –

Yours truly,

Danielle Thorne

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