3 Reviews

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!

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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!

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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!

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Kzim4 May 03, 2005
Cool Peppermint Pattie Pie