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Cocoa Nut Cream Pie Recipe


1 (9 inch) pie crust, baked

2 (3 ounce) packages instant vanilla pudding mix

1 (3 ounce) package instant butter flavored Jell-O flavored pudding mix


Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

In a medium bowl, mix pudding mix with gelatin in a large bowl. Stir pudding mix into oven proof pie crust.

Bake and chill pie until set. When pie is cool, cover and refrigerate overnight.


StarmyClara writes:

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I have a recipe almost identical to this one (uses half the amount of ingredients and makes one large loaf) - it is absolutely delicious! If you're looking for a sweet bread with a subtle spice, give this one a try. My husband and toddlers love it! Although it can be made into loaves - it's much more beautiful presentation when braided. TIP: Instead of using an entire egg, whisk 1 tablespoon water with 1 egg white - then brush the loaf (loaves) and sprinkle with coarse sugar - it's a simple sweet touch! Also for those concerned with how to tell when bread is properly cooked enough - insert an instant read thermometer into the bottom of the loaf. The bread should register between 195
hurny4fun writes:

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This is a fantastic pie! I loved the cookie cut and the filling was so creamy and flavorful. I made smallish pies for party size cups and this one was done in 15 minutes. I had no trouble concealing the fact that I made only 14 cookies. The chocolate chips were a perfect touch and didn't over-brown the cookies. I would have liked some more crispiness, however, I am sure it would have been better without them. I made no changes to the recipe, except maybe I would have added more flour and maybe I would have known from the beginning that there would be no cookies left over. The spoons were a nice touch and I will probably use them again. Overall, a fantastic pie!
TJ writes:

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I don't know how someone who doesn't like cookies could have liked this. It was a little too sweet and the nuts were a little too edible for my taste. I will make it again and adjust the sugar accordingly. It took me a good 15 minutes to bake so I might try to fry them in a little olive oil before putting them in the oven for a few minutes. This is one recipe I will keep making unless I run out of things to put in my pie shell.