Marie Callender’s Chocolate Satin Pie Review

Marie Callender's Chocolate Satin Pie

We’ve been trying some of the Marie Callender’s frozen meals (their Sweet & Sour Chicken is especially good), but we haven’t yet opened the portal into their universe of frozen desserts. Well, we figure today is a good day as any to begin that journey and check out the Marie Callender’s Chocolate Satin Pie.

You’ll want to store this in the freezer, but when it’s getting close to time to eat it, you’ll need to put it into the refrigerator and let it thaw for a bit. The package recommends letting it thaw for about two hours, but we put ours in the fridge in the evening so it could thaw overnight.

When we pulled it out of the fridge, the whipped topping was a little bit runny, but everything else seemed to be in perfect condition.

Marie Callender's Chocolate Satin Pie

This pie starts with a chocolate crust, which has a consistency somewhere between a pie crust and a Hershey’s chocolate bar. It’s a little bit crunchy, but it also has a melts-in-your-mouth quality to it.

On top of that is a dense chocolate mousse, and that is topped with a light and fluffy whip. Everything here is incredibly sweet and incredibly delicious. This chocolate pie is a real sweet-tooth-satisfier, for sure.

Now, this thing is rich. And we mean rich rich. That’s not a complaint at all, but it does come with a warning: You probably won’t be able to eat a lot of this pie at once. You’ll get through a little bit of it, then you’ll simply feel like you’re done. For us, that point came after eating a slice that was about 1/8 of the pie. Your mileage may vary, but we really don’t think you’ll be able to down piece after piece. This is so overwhelmingly rich that it sort of prevents you from overindulging.

Marie Callender's Chocolate Satin Pie

And that built-in overindulgence protection is probably a good thing here, because 1/6 of the pie contains 530 calories. That’s a huge amount of calories, but we’re not sure you’d even eat that much in a sitting. Like we said, we could eat about 1/8 before we felt done with it. That means our serving had just under 400 calories. That’s still a lot, of course.

The Marie Callender’s Chocolate Satin Pie is decadent and indulgent, though it’s far too rich to become a regular dessert. As an occasional treat when you’re really feeling the chocolate pie cravings hard, this could be the perfect thing. Any more than that, however, and you’ll feel like you’re overdoing it. Enjoy this pie in moderation and you’ll find a lot here to love.

To learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, or serving instructions for this frozen pie, check out our package scan below.

Marie Callender's Chocolate Satin Pie
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