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Mile-High Fudge Brownie Pie

Mile-High Fudge Brownie Pie recipe
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Not actually a full mile, but we're talking a tall, tall pie. Fudge brownies, pudding and whipped-topping dreaminess rival your favorite diner dessert.
25 min
3 hr 55 min
10 servings
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It was whole family liked it. It was fairly easy to make and not very pricy.
Overall this recipe was good. But, I followed the recipe exactly and the brownie pie part tasted really funny. Next time I will use the brownie mix to make this.
This is fantastic!!! My family loves it! I take this to dinners all the time and there are never leftovers. Everyone raves about it. I cheat though, and use boxed brownie mix. So easy to make!!!
A family favorite!
My family loves this rich dessert. The first time I made it just like the recipe said; the second, I used a brownie mix for the crust because it was more convenient at the time. (I like the recipe crust better.) Both times I put some small chocolate chunks in the pudding and on top with the reserved brownie pieces. The chocolate chips gave you something to sink your teeth into as your tongue savored the pudding.
This pie is delicious. I made this for Easter and my daughters loved it. They loved it so much that they want it for Thanksgiving, so I will definitely will be making this again very soon.
This pie is so delicious and creamy and so easy to make. I substituted the sugar for "Splenda for Baking" and used sugar-free Jello puddings and sugar free Cool Whip.
We LOVED this pie!! We take it to every dinner party we go to and everyone loves it!!
My whole family loved it! It is easy to make and yet looks and tastes like it took a lot of work. My only suggestion is to cut small pieces. It is very rich! I had no trouble getting it out of the pan or having too much filling. I used a 9-inch glass baking dish rather than a standard pie tin which would not have been big enough with the tapered bottom.
DIABETICS take note ~ HERE'S my twist for the holidays we made this with Splenda instead of Sugar; Fat Free/Sugar Free CHOCOLATE FUDGE instant pudding and Sugar Free Cool Whip! Everyone loved it and it fell in line with my diabetic family range of desserts. I don't know what the nutrition or diabetic exchange is but it's obviously better than the original recipe.
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