Monday, November 17, 2014

Pie Month: Easy Chocolate Pie

A Peachy Keen Pie Month: Easy Chocolate Pie
Well, here we are three weeks into November (and our Pie Month series!) and Thanksgiving will be here before we know it! Have you started planning out your big feast? I haven't, but I do know what pies I'll be making. ;)

In high school, I had a friend whose mom always had this chocolate pie in their fridge. In fact, she'd make 2 or 3 of them at a time because so many teenagers would come over and want to partake of the deliciousness. And probably also because it was ridiculously easy. I have great memories of sitting around their table, chatting with friends, and eating pie. 

Ingredients:
1 pre-made chocolate pie crust
4 Hershey's chocolate bars
1 tub of Cool Whip, thawed

Directions:
1. Melt the chocolate bars (microwave or stovetop) and mix into the Cool Whip.
2. Pour into the crust and refrigerate for 4+ hours.

I sprinkled some Heath bits on top of this one, but you could top with more Cool Whip, crushed Oreos, any other candy bar pieces, or shaved chocolate.

Enjoy!

12 comments:

  1. looks super delicious! plus easy to make! thank you for sharing.
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  2. These are great pies. It's been a go to recipe whenever I've needed a quick chocolate dessert. People are always surprised at how simple, yet delicious, it is.

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    1. Yes, yes! I'm all about easy and delicious desserts. :)

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  3. That is so easy and I bet it taste wonderful too. I bet crushed Reese's and peanut butter drizzled all over it would taste amazing!

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    1. Victoria, trust me, this chocolate pie is all you need in life. Maybe family and friends, too, but mostly just this pie. ;)

      Next time I'll have to try using Reese's and drizzling the top with a chocolate/peanut butter combo. Sounds fabulous!

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  4. I can't imagine anything better than chocolate pie! Thanks for linking up at the Home Matters Linky.
    ~Bonnie

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Bonnie! :)

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