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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Whopper Candy Ice Box Pie ~ Revisited

Today I am revisiting another recipe from the archives. This one is back from 2008 a oldie but definitely a goodie. The old photo did not give this pie justice, so I'm glad I redid this post.

Are you a big fan of Whoppers? You know those wonderful little malted milk chocolate balls. Whoppers are one of my favorite candies especially the gourmet ones. I usually make Whopper Candy Pie when I'm in the mood for something easy and chocolaty. 


If you love whoppers you will definitely love this pie. My kids ask for this pie on a regular basis. I really think they like the candies more than the pie because, I always give them the leftover Whoppers that I don't use. I don't blame them who can resist those wonderful little whoppers. 

This pie is perfect for summertime or if you just in the mood for creamy chocolate goodness. There's a version of this pie made with ice cream, but I have never had whopper pie any other way.

This recipe only has five ingredients, instant chocolate pudding, milk, cool whip, whoppers candy and a graham cracker or Nilla wafer crust. You can always substitute the graham cracker crust for a chocolate cookie crust as well. Either way this pie is awesome.



Lets get started with some step by step photos. Add the dry pudding mix to a large bowl and add the milk.


blend together using a wire whisk.

Carson was my helper for the day, so he prepared the whole recipe by himself. 

Let the pudding sit until it starts to thicken up. Fold in the whipped topping and

one cup crushed whopper candies into the pudding mixture.  
 
Add the mixture to the pie crust and spread until smooth. Garnish with the remaining 1/2 whole whoppers candies and chill until ready to serve (I usually freeze mine for about 3 hours).

Remove from freezer for about 30 before serving.



Whopper Candy Ice Box Pie
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1 - 3.4 oz pkg. instant chocolate pudding, dry
1 - cup milk
1 - 8 oz container whipped topping (cool whip)
1 - graham cracker, vanilla wafer or chocolate cookie pie crust
1 - cup whoppers candies, crushed

1/2 - cup whole whoppers for garnish 

In a large bowl add the dry pudding mix. Add one cup of milk and blend together using a wire whisk.

Let the pudding sit until it starts to thicken up. Fold in the whipped topping and one cup crushed whopper candies into the pudding mixture. 


Add the mixture to the pie crust. Garnish with the remaining 1/2 whole whoppers and chill until ready to serve (I freeze the pie for for about 3 hours). 

Remove from the freezer about 30 minutes before serving.




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7 comments:

Kristi Ann J said... #

Wow, This so good, it makes my mouth water!! Thanks so much for sharing this!! God Bless You and Your Family!

Love in Christ Jesus, YSIC \o/

Kristi Ann
http://kristiann1.com

Megan Marshall said... #

I have to try this... looks amazing!!

Melissa said... #

I started making this and realized that I had a 3.9 oz small box of instant pudding, a 5.9 oz large box of instant pudding and a 1.0 oz box of sugar-free instant pudding. Your recipe says 1.4 oz box of pudding. Which one did you use?

Tina Butler said... #

I am sorry Melissa that was a typo. It is a small box of chocolate pudding (3.4 oz).

Michele @ Alwayzbakin said... #

Sounds wonderful! Great summer dessert!

Anonymous said... #

It would probably be good with strawberry pudding & strawberry whoppers, also.

Anonymous said... #

Made this today as one of ours Father's Day desserts. Super easy and really yummy!