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Mounds of Joy Whipped Pie

Mounds of Joy Whipped Pie recipe
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This airy translation of a favorite candy bar brings sweet joy wherever it's served.
time
prep:
50 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
1/17/2012
this is awesome. But rich. I got about 12 servings out of this
posted:
11/28/2011
This is a very rich and wonderful dessert if you love coconut, it's for you! I did have a problem finding cream of coconut and had to substitute coconut milk instead. Still turned out wonderful and had the family fighting for the last piece!
posted:
8/25/2011
This is just SCRUMPTOUS. I have made this twice and I'm thinking about making again this weekend! If you enjoy coconut then this is for YOU! Very Good! Also, just use a 14 oz bag of Bakers coconut instead of the more expensive frozen. You'll be in coconut heaven!
posted:
6/9/2011
This was a very good, but very rich dessert. I found I could cut the pieces smaller, as it was very filling and most of my guests didn't want to be stuffed. :) I did add sliced bananas to the middle part when I added the crackle chocolate topping. Also, for alittle more heart healthy I used Mounds bars with the dark chocolate, instead of the Almond Joys. This was a big hit and every one enjoyed it. Next time I make it, I'm going to make it in a larger pan, maybe 9 x 13 and have it not so thick. I think you could even put Pineapple in the center if you didn't like bananas or maybe both, and it would be even more tropical. I also didn't toast the coconut. Too much bother for a small effect. I just sprinkled regular coconut over the top and then the Mounds bars placed on top.
posted:
12/28/2010
IF you love Almond Joy (or Mounds) candy bars like I do, you will love this recipe. I made this for a Holiday party first & it was delicious. Although, it is a tiny bit labor-intensive - it is WORTH it! So, I made more for Holiday "Gift" Baking to deliver to customers & other such special friends -- a HIT! I will make it year after year and/or upon request. Everyone keeps asking for the recipe. One thing I did to increase efficiency a bit was use my stand mixer vs. my hand mixer. Otherwise, FIVE stars. It is very rich - I made 8 piece pies, but decided you could even split it up into 16 piece pies (or somewhere in between) and people would probably understand/agree.
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