Total Time
24hrs 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 24 hrs

Got this off the Keebler site. Quick and delicious! Great to have around for the Holidays!

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 8 peppermint patties, broken into quarters
  • 14 cup milk
  • 1 (8 ounce) container frozen non-dairy topping, thawed
  • 1 keebler ready chocolate wafer pie crust

Directions

  1. Place peppermint patties in a microwave-safe bowl and add milk.
  2. Microwave high (100%) 30-45 seconds.
  3. Stir until candy is melted and mixture is smooth.
  4. Cool 5 minutes.
  5. Fold in non-dairy whipped topping.
  6. Spread into crust.
  7. Cover and place in freezer for at least and hour.
Most Helpful

I used a whole bag of peppermint patties. They weren't York, they were whatever store brand was next to them at WalMart. York patties bag is about $5, store brand is about $2.50 instead and work just as great. Thank you Sweetslady and Kzim4 for the reviews and the ideas of using small patties. Buying 8 Peppermint Patties at Walmart would be about $5, and at the grocery store might be $10 because their candy bars are usually around 50-60cents and at grocery stores they are 89 cents to $1.50. So the best bet is to get store brand as stated earlier for $2.50 :) I used skim milk because that is what I had in the fridge. And I couldn't find Keebler but they did have Oreo already made pie crust at Walmart. The Oreo pie crust contrasted well with the peppermint.

I chose this recipe because I look at recipes all the time and I never get around to making them. I knew something this easy and cheap (about $7 total) I would actually do it and I'm glad I did. It tasted great!

Jenna5 August 28, 2010

SUper easy and delicious! I used a whole bag of the snack sized peppermint patties and made my own chocolate crust. Thank you!

SweetsLady April 22, 2007

This was the perfect answer to my "I need something cold, sweet and chocolate" craving! I only made 2 small changes: I used 20 small peppermint patties since I didn't have any of the large ones, and I added about 1/4 cup of leftover chocolate ice cream topping in the bottom of the crust before adding the peppermint mixture. We had it as a treat last night after my daughter's orchestra concert and it was a great way to end a wonderful evening. Thank you!

Kzim4 May 03, 2005