Kit Kat Pie

I know I talk a lot about desserts that I love, but I really think that chocolate cream pie is my favorite treat. What could make it better? Answer: a candy bar.

My original intention was to just make a plain cream pie, which is a super easy semi-homemade dessert when you make it with pudding mix. When I bought the mix (Jell-o Devil's Food), there was a recipe on the side for "candy pie," which was a chocolate cream pie with chopped up toffee bars in it.

I'm not a huge toffee fan, but the idea intrigued me. And I AM a huge Kit Kat fan. Everyone always forgets how good they are! So I needed to remind you all.

Yummm diced Kit Kat. Cutting these up was so fun.

Devil's Food Chocolate Pudding (made with the "pie filling" directions), and about 4 oz of Cool Whip, folded together.

Here's the filling mixed with most of the chopped of Kit Kat mixed in, scooped into a baked Pillsbury pie shell.

Rest of the Cool Whip (another 4 oz), and more chopped Kit Kat.

Put this bad boy in the freezer to chill for about an hour. To store, wrap it in plastic wrap in the freezer, and let it sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes before cutting your next slice.


  1. This looks so scrumptious...we should make it while you guys are here!

  2. I'll just eat baby food. I'm not picky.


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