Posted: 1/2/2013 3:44:51 PM
I made this over the holiday and messed it up. It called for large marsh mellows and I used the campfire marsh mellows thinking large. Well it was way too much marshmellow and it was one big gooey blob my fault though. So be sure to use the large and not camp fire marsh mellows. LOL
Posted: 12/9/2012 9:51:55 PM
After a fair amount of time at the stove, everything in the recipe came together as it said it would. The pie is DELICIOUS and comes easily out of the pie plate. Will definitely make this one again.
Posted: 12/8/2012 5:35:05 PM
Made this for a Christmas church party. I did not have whipped cream or marshmallows. So, I used a half tub of whipped frozen topping and a half jar of marshmallow cream. The topping came out kind of soft. Used Andes Peppermint Crunch baking chips and they were delicious. Also used a graham cracker crumb crust, because I was out of pie dough, and instant chocolate pudding. The pie looked pretty, and tasted delicious. Thanks, Pillsbury.
Posted: 12/24/2010 4:40:58 PM
Don't be afraid to make this pie! I was a little intimidated, but it was so pretty and the most special thing I could find. The mint flavor is very mild, and blends beautifully with the chocolate filling, which is great with the chocolate chips. Each step is easy...anyone can buy a pie crust, make pudding, and melt marshmallows in milk. I waited 30 min, the marshmallow mix was very loose, but 15 miinutes later it was stiffening and I just stirred it vigorously to get it perfect. The hardest part might be beating the whipping cream, but all that takes is patience! Try it!! It's a sure hit!
Posted: 12/8/2010 8:12:25 PM
I can not wait to make this!
Posted: 11/18/2010 9:21:28 AM
This recipe sound too difficult. TOo much prep time.. I don't think I would do this one. Maybe take short cuts on the topping,, and do a dreamwhip pie with the mint extract. That would seem a lot easier