Amanda has ditched us but I’m not complaining. She sent along Cole from The Adventures of Cole and Perry and he brought PIE! You can get away with a lot around here if you come bearing pie.
This is a great, easy dessert that let’s you experiment with your own favorite flavors. Enjoy!
Good morning everyone and a very happy Friday to you! My name is Cole and I was invited to the lovely Irene’s blog to share my favorite recipe. It’s not much of a secret how much I enjoy sweet treats and desserts. This recipe is easy to make and something you whip up quickly if you’ve got company.
Here’s what you’re going to need to make this yummy dessert!
Candy Bar Pie Recipe:
- 1 tub of cool whip (8 ounce size)
1 package of instant pudding (4 serving size)
1 premade graham cracker pie crust (6 ounce size)
2 cups of milk (if your package of instant pudding calls for a different amount use the amount listed on the package)
2 cups of candy pieces, seperated (either chopped up candy bars or bite sized candy like M&Ms)
Dump package of instant pudding into a bowl along with the milk. Whisk milk and pudding together until you have pudding consistency.
Add in half (1/2) of the cool whip and continue whisking until completely combined.
Pour in one (1) cup of the candy pieces and gently blend together with a spoon to distribute the candy throughout the pudding mixture.
Carefully pour the pudding and candy mixture into the piecrust. The piecrust will be full!
Spread the last half of the cool whip on top of the pie as a frosting with a spoon.
Sprinkle the remainder of the candy on top.
Voila! Completed pie!
The great thing about this recipe is that you can change the flavors depending on the season or your mood. Try a mint pudding and peppermint candy combination, or try chocolate pudding with chocolate cool whip. There are even seasonal flavors of pudding and cool whip that would make interesting combinations. You can even dress up the pie and drizzle chocolate sauce, caramel, or strawberry sauce on top. My only advice is to avoid candy with wafers in the middle. They get soggy in the pie and don’t taste good after about an hour. Otherwise keep trying combinations to your heart’s, and stomach’s, content!
Read all about Cole and how he met Perry, along with all of their adventures along the way in The Adventures of Cole and Perry by Amanda C. Stone. You can buy the book from Amazon and All Romance eBooks
About Amanda C. Stone
Armed with her Batman notebook, fourth grade Amanda C. Stone was ready to start writing stories about unicorns, family members, and her imaginary friends Pink Amanda and Blue Amanda. Today, Amanda is armed with a new notebook, along with a laptop, and a never ending supply of caffeine. Her stories are about all kinds of things, but the most important aspect is people falling in love.
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