|The New Family Bread Book|
|by Ursula Ferrigno|
We all know that to get good flavour and texture in a bread we must allow time for kneading and rising.
1 - 10 of 196 for chocolate pudding pie crust
In the bowl ... cold milk with chocolate pudding; mix for ... bought graham cracker crust and pour the chocolate pudding mix into pie shell. Next, pour ... one hour before serving.
Mix pudding according to directions. Spoon some into crust. Take 1 ... with 2 cups chocolate pudding. Form crust ... pudding on top. Finish off with cool whip.
Mix 1 cup ... both packages of chocolate pudding and remaining milk; beat until fluffy. Spoon into pie shell. Top with Cool Whip and chill about 3 hours.
Mix pudding as box instructs ... (about 1/2 cup whip cream). Put into pie crust and chill. Pudding will set up. Makes a great chocolate pie in half the time.
Mix pudding and milk together. ... mix well. Fill pie shell and refrigerate ... Generously frost pie with Cool Whip. Top with almonds or shaved sweet chocolate.
Mix pudding and milk. Stir ... blended. Pour into pie crust and cover with remaining Cool Whip. Grate chocolate bar over the ... for 1 hour. (My favorite.)
Prepare chocolate Jello pudding using 1 cup ... Spoon into baked pie shell or graham cracker crust. Garnish with ... if desired. Chill at least one hour.
Seal pie crust with beaten egg ... Add sugar-free instant chocolate pudding pie mix. Beat ... Cut into 8 pieces. Can be frozen and eat one piece at a time.
Mix pudding with milk. Then ... smooth. Pour into crust. Spread the ... serving. For Banana Pie: Slice banana ... Garnish with coconut, chocolate chips, etc.
Mix sugar, cocoa with Jello pudding mix. Add evaporated ... mixture in the chocolate pudding, then add vanilla. Pour into baked pie crust, top with ... brown. Beat until stiff.
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