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Quick and Easy Mini Chocolate Pie bites recipe

Mini Chocolate Pie Bites Recipe

Happy Friday, everyone!  I have such a simple recipe to share with you today.  This is one that we made on New Year’s eve this year.  Mini chocolate pie bites made with phyllo tart cups, pudding and whip cream. 

These are a very light dessert that is easy to make and eat.  It is a bite sized treat that you can pick up and eat on the go. 

Quick and Easy Mini Chocolate Pie bites recipe

Quick and Easy Mini Chocolate Pie bites recipe

Quick and Easy Mini Chocolate Pie bites recipe
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Mini Chocolate Pie Bites
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Ingredients
  • Phyllo tart cups
  • chocolate pudding (make as directed)
  • Whip Cream
  • Chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. Fill Phyllo cups with Chocolate pudding.
  2. Top with Whip cream and chocolate chips
  3. Refrigerate until set.

 

    Comments

  • Liz F


    Those are so cute and they look delicious! I am definitely going to try this! It is one of those things that looks like it took so much effort but is pretty easy. Thanks for sharing – saw your post on Southern Lovely.

  • Sophia


    These look so cute, and kind of fancy too. Perfect for a party.

  • Erin Who Needs a Cape


    I have some of these phyllo dough cups in my freezer, and I was just dying to do something with them! This looks perfect! Thanks for the idea! Found this through Tatertots & Jello’s Weekend Wrap up Party

  • Mindy


    Yummy!!! These look and sound so delish! I will pin these for later:) Thanks for sharing!

  • Dawn
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    Such a great idea! I have a thing for mini-desserts!
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  • Mary from Mary Organizes
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    Those look so good! I’m definitely about to pin these. :) And thanks for your comment on my blog and letting me know about your link party!
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  • Priscilla


    These look amazing! The great thing about mini portions is that you can still eat a million but it’s no big deal, because they were ‘mini’. :)

    Thanks for visiting my blog! I’m following on facebook!

  • Danielle
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    These look wonderful!! You stopped by my blog and left some love – just wanted to stop by yours too!

    Have a great weekend!
    Danielle {Your Newest Follower}

  • Megan


    These look delicious. :)
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  • Michell
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    Hi Chrissy! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and following! Sorry I missed your blog hop, but I’ll get in on it next week! I’m starting my new blog hop next Wednesday, the 16th and would love for you to join me. It’s the “Doing You Well Wednesday” blog hop. Hope you can join me. I don’t see GFC on your site, so I’ll connect with you via your other social medias. Thanks and have a blessed weekend! ;-)
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  • Lacey


    These look fabulous! I might need to try to make these tonight, if I can find anything similar to the Phyllo cups. I am pretty positive they don’t sell them around here (Germany) but I might be able to make some from the phyllo dough, IF I can find those too. Thanks so much for sharing. :D

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