No Bake Hot Chocolate S’mores Pie

I really enjoy baking, and I reallllly love dessert. BUT I don’t always have time to bake. I always have time for dessert though, so having a few no bake dessert options under my belt is key. Thus I introduce you to my No Bake Hot Chocolate S’mores Pie! Basically, on the night in question, I was craving hot chocolate, but also wanted a pie. So I figured I would combine the two, and because anything with toasted marshmallows is sure to be extra special. 

Yummmmmmm! Who doesn’t love melty and browned marshmallows?! Plus this pie couldn’t be simpler! I used cook & serve pudding, but you can also use instant pudding- you won’t even have to stir! Well, barely!

No Bake Hot Chocolate S’mores Pie

INGREDIENTS

1 box chocolate pudding mix
Milk, as mix calls for
4 graham crackers, crushed to crumbs
5 tbsp butter, melted
2 tbsp sugar
1-2 cups mini marshmallows

DIRECTIONS

1. Add graham crackers, sugar and melted butter to a bowl, stir to combine. Press into 9″ pie plate.
2. Prepare chocolate pudding according to package directions. 
3. Pour pudding over top of crumb crust.
4. Top with marshmallows and broil for 2-3 minutes or until desired browning and melting of the marshmallows is reached.
5. Allow to cool and serve!

*Snap Tip:
Feel free to use a store bought graham cracker crust. This would be great to leave for parties, and then you don’t have to fret about your pie plate! OR, and you’ve heard this tip from me, grab a pie plate at Home Goods or Bed Bath & Beyond and leave it with your host as a hostess gift!

Pin it for later and No-Bake your way to a delicious dessert!

Pin it for later and No-Bake your way to a delicious dessert!

Stay tuned for more no bake desserts to come on SnapGinger!

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