Very good pie for weeknight or special occasion. I substituted a pre-made Oreo pie crust to save time. The pudding is very easy to make and very good! The ingredients are readily available in your pantry - I've made this twice already.
Rich Chocolate Pudding Pie
Comments and Reviews 1-10 of 10
Haynqt2 Posted: 05/29/11
jpomga Posted: 05/22/11
This was wonderful! Used chocolate Teddy Grahams for the crust 2 cups. Next time I will try a little less 1.5 cups.
slocook1 Posted: 06/07/11
This looked so delicious and chocolatey, being a chocoholic I had to make it and it was delicious. But no way does this pie make 10 servings. 5 realistic size servings is what you get from the recipe. Also I used half and half instead of 1% milk and beat my own heavy cream to top it with. I'll make this again.
jmeleeS Posted: 07/29/11
I made this recipe this last weekend and I have been craving it all this week! I changed the recipe a bit because 1) I went to the store and forgot my pie crust there AND had nothing to improv with at home and 2) I liked other reader reviews for using Kahlua, but I had Irish Cream on hand instead. So, I pulled out my individual ramekins (6 total) and after the pudding was prepared, I flopped it into each individual ramekin and in lieu of the rum, I used Irish Cream (and a splash more). I sealed each individual cup with plastic wrap and let sit overnight (P.S. - cook the pudding long enough to avoid "liquid" - it took twice as long as the recipe says for me on the stove for it to become thick & bubbly). Then, when I went to serve, I spooned whipped topping on top of the pudding and sprinkled with toffee pieces I had on hand. Everyone LOVED them, and I didn't miss the crust! I will be making this recipe again exactly as I modified it; it's crav-able for any chocoholic! Enjoy!
suziethefoodie Posted: 06/28/11
This is a surprisingly easy recipe to put together and I used an Oreo crust base as well and thought using chocolate to help bring it together was so smart. I highly recommend not substituting a sweeter chocolate for the bittersweet. I didn't have quite enough to make 4 oz and my filling was super, super sweet.
jenniferkatie Posted: 07/12/11
The taste was WONDERFUL though unfortunatly mine never set :( So, we drank the pie and ate the crust...not sure what went wrong? Disappointed it didn't turn out like the picture...
melissaiwai Posted: 07/16/11
This was really delicious! I made an Oreo crust with 16 cookies and a tablespoon of melted butter. Also whipped my own cream and added a bit of Kahlua. Also added Kahlua to pudding instead of the rum. Omitted the raspberries and garnished with grated bittersweet chocolate on top.
lifeisgood Posted: 09/09/11
Those who rated this recipe without making the crust are missing the best part. The crust is AMAZING and goes incredibly well with the filling, whipped cream and berries. Although I like an oreo crust, it can't even compare to this one! A very rich and delicious pie. I used a mix of chocolate teddy grahams and annies organic chocolate bunnies instead of wafers because chocolate wafers were not available (1 3/4 cups). The top of the pie did not have a good presentation on it's own, so if serving to company top it with whipped cream and/or berries to cover it up a bit. Delicious!
Laurie18 Posted: 11/13/11
I have made this pie a few times and I have never been disapointed. Quick and easy made this a for a party and handed out this recipe shortly after serving it. This is a keeper.
jmbender4 Posted: 04/28/12
Amazing !! I followed the directions exactly, made the crust from scratch. Chocolate and raspberries are a perfect combination ! Not sure how this is "light", except the serving size of 1/10 a pie, which is what I ate. It is rich enough to satisfy in a smaller portion. Will definitely make it for next event.