My Lucky Mint Chocolate Pie is simple, delicious and perfect for any occasion. Whether it’s St. Patrick’s Day or not, it’s always a great day to make this pie!
St. Patrick’s Day is just a few days away so I wanted to give you guys a simple yet tasty dessert you can make for the occasion, if you want to. It seems like there are a lot of people out there who really go all out for St. Patrick’s Day. So here you go!
Why is this Lucky Mint Chocolate Pie? Because once people taste it you will be lucky to get a piece! People of all ages love this pie!
The flavors and ingredients are so simple and yet so incredibly scrumptious together you will be amazed.
So here you have my Lucky Mint Chocolate Chip Pie that is wonderful for any occasion! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Love that the pie has a wonderful and delicious chocolate base. You can keep it in the freezer (the way I like it), or you can keep it in the fridge. Don’t worry, this pie does not freeze rock hard because it has a chocolate cream base.
In case you’re not sure, the chopped cookies are Girl Scout Thin Mints. Sorry I don’t have a box for you. I was lucky to get my hands on any, the boys went through them so fast!!
If you can’t find these marshmallows, no big deal. Regular marshmallows will work just fine. These marshmallows are fun when they’re half price, like mine were.
Seriously they have a faint chocolate mint flavor so you’re not really missing out on anything. You will still be getting the mint chocolate flavor from the Thin Mint Cookies and the Andes crème de menthe baking pieces.
There’s a lot of flexibility with this pie! It makes things SO easy! You don’t need to drag a fork through the whip cream, unless you want to. I did it strictly to give the appearance of texture. Either way the pie is going to be delicious.
Then of course you finish off the pie with chopped Thin Mint cookies (or Cool Mint Oreos) and the rest of the chopped Andes mint baking chips. The combination of the two is minty and chocolaty and so very WONDERFUL without being too much!
Chocolate and mint how can you go wrong?
Lucky Mint Chocolate Pie
1/2 cup whole milk, or any other milk
24 chocolate mint marshmallows, or regular marshmallows
1 cup Andes crème de menthe baking chips, divided
8 Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies or Cool Mint Oreos, chopped
1 – 8 ounce container frozen whipped topping. thawed and divided
9 – inch pie crust, baked
1. Heat milk and marshmallows on LOW, or in a double boiler until marshmallows melt; stir in Andes baking chips until melted completely.
2. Remove from heat; cool. Add one cup whipped topping; stir and pour into baked pie crust.
3. Refrigerate overnight to set. Spread with remaining whipped topping, sprinkle top with remaining 1/4 cup of Andes and chopped thin mint cookies. Slice, serve and ENJOY!
Makes 8 servings.