May 16, 2016

{Mini Chocolate Pies} Good Grief-Somebody just slap me!


Well I promised in my last post that I would give you a simple, easy, mini chocolate pie recipe so here it is.....


Recipe:

1 egg
Splash of water
1 box of Pillsbury refrigerated pie crust softened as directed on package
1 box instant chocolate pudding mix
Sugar

1: Preheat oven to 350. Line cookie sheet with parchment paper.


2, Make egg wash by beating egg with just a splash of water till well blended. Set aside.


3. Mix pudding according to directions on package and place in the frig. to set for just a bit.




4. Unroll pie crust.


 5. I don't know what size my cookie cutter was but whatever size that you want to use would be fine. The bigger the cookie cutter the bigger the pie! LOL! 


6. I cut out two crusts for each pie. Then with a teaspoon I put pudding on one pie crust. Then I placed the other piece of pie crust on top. 

 Doesn't matter if the pudding oozes out just a little. (but not a lot)

7: Brush egg wash on the top and sprinkle with sugar



And pop in the oven for 12-15 minutes. Cool before serving. I think I had around 12 of these little pies with pudding left using this size cookie cutter.



Mercy, have mercy! These little things are tasty.
It's just all in a days work girls! 


You can also use other flavors of pudding. Lemon Curd would be good as well. 

And what did I do with the left over pudding????

 Topped those cuties with some graham cracker crumbs and an Oreo and well....need I say more????

BUT THEN...I decided to get on a baking kick and whipped up some strawberry cookies. Needless to say a sweet friend was a recipient of a "SWEET" treat


 And I must give a shout out for our birthday girl Kyleigh. She is 5 years old now and she is full of Class and Sass and we wouldn't have it any other way!

Her first birthday:



Her 5th:









God is good and He is good all the time!!!


I love to go to a great party so I am partying with Jann today over at 
 http://jannolson.blogspot.com/2016/05/share-your-cup-thursday-198.html

Hugs and blessings, Cindy



38 comments:

  1. She's adorable! Those pies look so good and easy, thank you!!!

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  2. Those pies look so easy. Thanks for the recipe. Happy Birthday to your grandgirl. She is adorable.
    Connie Royals

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  3. I can't resist chocolate and I can't resist pie! Oh my, these look delicious!!

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  4. Yum, yum, yum...and your granddaughter is just plum adorable. smiles

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  5. Oh, my mercy....those pies need to be shipped to Tennessee. YUMMY!!! Your grand-girl is so precious....all your grand-kiddos are! HOPE you have a great week!

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    1. Girl if I could figure out a way to get you a box shipped without them melting I'd ship you a whole big box!

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  6. Yummy...I'm supposed to be on a diet!!! Happy Birthday to that precious Kyleigh!

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    1. LOL! Well Miss Mary these are MINI pies!

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  7. You know whats funny is last week I saw these chocolate pies and anticipated a big long recipe and here your post is making it look so simple! I'm thinking how that roll out pie crust can store in the fridge for a long time and how easy this recipe can be whipped up in a jiffy if I keep a few boxes of pudding on hand in the cabinet! Thank you. Hugs and blessings!

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    1. LOL! These little sweets was so stinking easy to make and not time consuming at all. Recently I've made several from scratch cakes that seemed to take me all day and lot of money so decided I needed to do something simple and cheap! And...they are good for a quick little simple dessert.

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  8. You are an amazing girl, my friend! Your heart is filled to the brim with the love of our Lord, family and a wonderful cook!
    I am pinning these, I just know that they are the yummiest goodies ever.
    We need you at our upcoming art retreat to share the joy of the Lord and these amazing desserts!
    Now, hop on that plane:)
    Texas size hugs to you!
    Jemma

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    1. Jemma, wish I could come join you Texas bloggers. How much fun would that be? Can't wait to hear all about it.

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  9. Thanks for sharing your recipe Cindy! These little pies look so yummy and are a must try!! Happy Birthday to that precious 5 year old too :)

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  10. This looks like a great treat to make with the grands. We will have to make these for the next sleepover! Wishing you a blessed week!

    xo Dianne

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    1. These would be easy Dianne to make with your grands. Thanks for stopping by today.

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  11. Cindy,
    Thanks so much for stopping by!! My they do look yummy and your grand daughter is so pretty!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  12. Hi Cindy, WOW!! now I need a treat after seeing those pies and the strawberry cookies. Thanks for sharing the recipe and the great tutorial. Your grand is adorable and love seeing the darling pics of her. Such a pretty little one!
    Blessings to you for a great rest of the week. xo

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  13. You have such a beautiful family. Enjoyed reading your recipe - if only I could eat chocolate!

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  14. Your birthday girl is a cutie and always has been. Oh pie. My one true weakness. =D

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  15. Thanks Vee. That sweet girl that just turned 5 will always be our baby for sure...even if we have 10 more after her! LOL! She just has that kinda charm. The pies are so tasty but addictive!

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  16. Oh my, do these little pie sound delicious and easy enough for even me to try. Happy birthday to your sweet little granddaughter! Enjoy your weekend, Cindy!

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  17. You have such a lovely family. Thank you for sharing your recipe at SYC! Jo

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  18. Those look delicious.

    Thanks for sharing with SYC.

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  19. Your granddaughters are all so pretty, Cindy. Happy birthday to Kyleigh! The pies looks so yummy....Christine

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  20. Oh my cute friend, these are so fun and love it when something is quick and easy. That little one year old princess has turned into a gorgeous 5 year old princess! So, so cute!! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Enjoyed the party Jann. You are a wonderful hostess.

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Thank you for taking the time to comment on my blog. Have a blessed day!
Hugs and blessings, Cindy