Thursday, July 14, 2011

Chocolate Pie

I thought to start things off right I would post a cool chocolate dessert. What's not to like right?


This pie is pretty easy too since it only has three ingredients!




My MeMaw [that's Texan for grandma in case you didn't know] used to make this for me and ever since she gave me the recipe I have used it many times to create a dessert that is fast and delicious. 


Start with your choice of large chocolate bar. I like to use the symphony bar with the almonds and toffee. Save a few squares to be crushed up for sprinkling over the finished pie. Heat the remaining chocolate in the microwave until melted. 



Then mix your melted chocolate with a tub of cool whip. I used light since it was going to be mixed with melted chocolate and placed in a chocolate crust. Save a few calories where you can right? 




 Then pour the chocolate cool whip mixture into your chocolate graham cracker crust [you could use regular graham cracker crust too, homemade or store bought]. Top with remaining chocolate pieces. 




Now if you want to serve the pie where the mixture is soft or you don't have a lot of time, refrigerate until ready to serve. 


The real way is to freeze for a few hours until hard.


I have done both and either way this pie is delicious!


Slice up a piece and enjoy!

Chocolate Pie
The Apron Gal

Ingredients
1 container Cool Whip or whipped topping
1 Symphony bar
1 chocolate graham cracker crust

Directions

Reserve 2-3 pieces of chocolate from Symphony bar. Heat remaining chocolate in microwave until melted. Mix melted chocolate with cool whip. Pour chocolate cool whip mixture into pie crust. Crush remaining chocolate pieces and sprinkle over top.  Freeze for 2-3 hours or until hardened. 

2 comments:

  1. Kasee I love your blog!! keep posting all the yummy recipes! :)

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  2. I remember when you made this and I couldn't stop cutting myself new pieces. SO good!

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