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Layered Mud Pie by feetpeet Layered Mud Pie by feetpeet
This is easy to make and so amazing to eat!


:bulletpurple:4 squares of Bakers semi-sweet chocolate melted
:bulletpurple:1/4c sweetened condensed milk
:bulletpurple:2c milk
:bulletpurple:1 tub of Cool Whip
:bulletpurple:2 pkgs chocolate pudding (any brand)
:bulletpurple:1/2c pecans/walnuts (nut of choice)
:bulletpurple:1 pie crust (make your own or use your favourite pre-made)

1. Mix melted chocolate and condensed milk, pour on crust and sprinkle with nuts (you can push the nuts into the chocolate if you want).
2. Whisk milk and pudding mix, spoon 1 1/2c over nuts; mix half of Cool Whip with remaining pudding and layer it on top of plain pudding.
3. Top with remaining Cool Whip and refrigerate 3 hours or until eating.

You can add nuts to the top if you wish, don't use too much condensed milk because the chocolate bottom harder.

Enjoy!
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Miss-Tamsi Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010
OOOMMMGGGGGG!! I want to eat it!!
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Daxserv Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2009
WHAT IS :- 4 squares of Bakers semi-sweet chocolate melted
WHAT IS :- 1 tub of Cool Whip
WHAT IS :- 2 pkgs Jello chocolate pudding


got the rest :<;)
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feetpeet Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009
1. Bakers is just a brand of baking chocolates, 4 squares of any semi-sweet chocolate will do, you just don't want sweet chocolate.
2. Cool Whip is like whipped cream in a tub, it is a bit lighter, I have found that a UK equivalent is Dream Whip but if all else fails you could use whipped cream or make you own with whipping cream, I would use less than the recipe says if you use either of those.
3. Any kind of chocolate pudding will do you it doesn't matter what brand.
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Daxserv Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009
I find the differences strange between our 2 societies, quite amusing too, the word jello just dosn't exist here, the others I realised where more brand names, but so many differences when we are so alike, so close...
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feetpeet Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009
:nod: I know, when I went to England I would say Jello and such words and people had no idea what I was talking about.
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Daxserv Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009
well you are from that strange magical land where zuccinies grow, you can't spell colour correctly, just what could anyone expect!!!!
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feetpeet Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2009
I spell colour correctly I'm not American :giggle: Yes no courgettes here.
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Daxserv Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2009
of course our Canadian colony, LOL RULE BRITANIA
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feetpeet Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2009
:giggle:
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taeliac Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
This just looks so insanely good... I may have to try making it tonight :boogie:
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