Chocolate Mousse Pie Recipe

Simple but delicious, everyone loves
this chocolate mousse pie recipe!

Let’s keep it simple and easy - but great quality.

That traditional taste and texture of fine chocolate mousse teams up with the pie. What a concept! Many argue that the pie is more American than most desserts. We say "As American as Apple Pie," but we might also leave the apple out. Travelers often report the absence of pie as they roam the world - can't wait to get some when they get home!

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Portions/Servings This recipe will feed 8 people.
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Ingredients

8 ounces milk chocolate, can be candy bars
1 1/2 cups miniature marshmallows
1/2 cup milk
1 small container of Cool Whip
1 - 9” or 10” graham cracker or Oreo prepared crust, baked






Directions

In a large double boiler (or put a large, heat proof mixing bowl over a saucepan with boiling water on the stove,) melt the chocolate and marshmallows. Add the milk and stir until smooth.

Allow this to cool completely, even overnight in the fridge is fine.

Combine the Cool Whip and chocolate, folding them together. Spoon/pour into the crust, and refrigerate again for several hours.

We like to put shaved chocolate on top. When we do kid’s parties, we often add M&Ms, more marshmallows, etc.




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