Posted: 8/24/2012 7:32:45 PM
This is a great recipe for those with a sweet tooth. My grandchildren loved it! The adults, all who are aware of what the calorie count could be, also enjoyed it--but with guilt.
I was surprised by the length of time it took beating the mixture before it got thick, at least 5 minutes. I uses a pre-made graham cracker crust which was good. I should have added more graham crackers to the topping.
Would I make this recipe again? I don't think so. I would rather have a real campfire S'More.
Posted: 8/19/2012 6:16:05 PM
Big disappointment here. My chocolate set in the fridge but when I put the pie in the oven to broil the marshmallows, it turned into liquid again. I was serving a big old mess. The best part of it was the roasted marshmallows on top.
Posted: 7/30/2012 11:15:43 AM
This pie was so easy to make and I thought this was really good. It was sweet but its too be expected when looking at the recipe (it really wasn't as swwet as I was worried it was going to be either). The sweetened condensed milk helped the marshmellows to turn a perfect golden brown. I Didn't use a hand mixer and the filling turned out fine. The extra cup and a half of whipping cream after melting the chocolate is to keep the filling soft and not hardening back into chocolate when you put it in the fridge for 2 hours. I also just used a grahm cracker crust.
Posted: 7/29/2012 6:44:42 PM
Geez, really did not like this at all. I wish I'd thought this through. I do love S'mores, but this was over the top, hurt your teeth too sweet. I did use the graham-cracker crust. That was good.
I also didn't understand the sweetened condensed milk on top, or what's with adding the additional 1 1/2 cup of whipping cream. Was that supposed to be whipped prior to adding to the chocolate mixture?
The BEST part of this was the toasted marshmallows on top. Oh well, on to the next recipe to try. :->
Posted: 7/19/2012 9:49:31 PM
where is the nutritional information and calorie count?
Posted: 7/15/2012 9:47:02 PM
How many does this pie serve and what is the nutrional info? I would think that a graham crust would be a better choice nutritionally. But, sugar+fat=calories. That's why I'm wondering about the number servings.
Posted: 7/15/2012 1:36:33 PM
It says to mix the remaining 1-1/2 cups cream to the chocolate mixture and beat on high til thick and then spread in cooled crust. It never got thick. I am wondering if they really wanted you to beat the whipping cream first and then fold in the chocolate mixture. What a disappointment as I made it according to the directions and the filling mixture is just a runny mess.
Posted: 7/11/2012 12:16:56 PM
sprinkle left over crumbs on top and bake 350 degrees till golden brown. For 25 to 30 minutes.
Posted: 7/11/2012 12:11:20 PM
Hey sorry I didnt provide amounts and temp. so here goes. Crust-1/2 c. butter softened-1 egg-1 1/3 c. regular flour-1 tsp. baking powder-5 hershey bars, 1.55 oz.-3/4 c. sugar-1 tsp. vanilla-3/4 c. graham cracker crumbs-1/8 tsp. salt-1 cup marshmallow creme(I just put the whole 7 oz. jar) Cream butter & sugar till light and fluffy. Add egg & vanilla & beat well. In separate bowl put flour,graham crumbs,powder&salt. Gradually add dry to wet mixture, Once mixed set a half cup aside for top. Press rest into 9 inch pan then line hershey bars on top of that, then spread marsh creme on top of that, t
Posted: 7/11/2012 11:41:56 AM
Pillsbury doesn't make a graham cracker crust that's why they don't say to use one. I agree though, that would make this a "true" S'Mores pie...yum!