pearl weddle's pattern for chess cakes
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This is a very old recipe. When my mother in law was just a little girl, she knew that making clothes had a pattern, but at that time she didn't know that with cooking it was a recipe. So she asked Pearl Weddle for her pattern for her chess cakes. It has been called a pattern ever since.
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These are darling mini coconut chess cakes... wrapped in flaky pie dough! The best of both worlds!
— The Test Kitchen @kitchencrew
Ingredients For pearl weddle's pattern for chess cakes
3 Tbspwhole milk
1 ccoconut, shredded
1recipe pie dough
How To Make pearl weddle's pattern for chess cakes
Test Kitchen Tips
We cut small rounds from a refrigerated pie crust to make our mini shells.
1Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Using a cup cake pan, line each cup cake with pie dough.
2Combine the remaining ingredients to make a batter. Then fill each mini pie with the batter.
3Finally Bake the chess cakes for 20 minutes
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