Chocolate Pudding Pie

Jello Chocolate Pudding Pie

This recipe has to be a favorite of mine right. My cousin always makes it at Christmas and this year it really stuck with me…right around the thighs…..

I used to not be a big fan of chocolate; when it came to dessert I would always peach cobbler or lemonade pie. I suppose my taste buds decided to change on one of their 7 year anniversaries though and added chocolate to the pallet. III loves this Chocolate Pudding Pie, and because I love him I recently decided to whip it up for us and our friends who just had a baby! If you give half the pie away to friends, it makes this pie 50% fat free :o)

Chocolate Pudding Pie
 
Author: Laura Beth
Ingredients
  • 1 box of Cook & Serve JELLO Chocolate Pudding Mix
  • Milk
  • OREO Pie Crust
  • Whipped Cream
  • **optional: cream cheese
Instructions
  1. Cook the Pudding per package directions
  2. a. **Per reader suggestion: layer the bottom of the pie with cream cheese
  3. b. Pour pudding into the OREO pie crust and refrigerate for 3 hours or until firm
  4. Top with whipped cream (chocolate syrup & chocolate chips if you would like)
  5. Serve Chilled
 

Jello Chocolate Pie

Well this is too good to just look at…I think I’ll make another pie!

 

 

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  3. oh.my.yum! This looks amazing!! I just started a new link party on my blog, and I’d love for you to link it up for all my readers to enjoy! P.S. Super cute Etsy shop!
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  4. Wow, that looks amazing! I don’t think we can get the Cook & Serve Jello mix here in Australia! I will have to have a really close look next time I’m in the supermarket.
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  5. As my son would say…this is ‘epicsauce’!!!!! Holy cow – so making this asap!!!
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  6. You are so not helping my wasteline…this looks soooo yummy!
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  7. Oh my, oh my!! Thanks, I’m keeping this recipe!!
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  8. It should be illegal to make mouths water this early! :D
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  9. OH, this look DE lishhhh! I may have to try this one. I love chocolate and those 7 year anniversary changes? I guess mine has just gotten stronger for chocolate!!

  10. oh no! you’re doing it wrong!! okay, just kidding. We make this, except we put a thin layer of cream cheese mixed with cool whip (to soften it up) on the bottom before the pudding. I think the cream cheese makes it wonderful! (I think it’s just 1/2 package of cream cheese and about a cup of cool whip)

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