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I used M&M's for the candy. It was really easy to make and tasted great. Would make again.

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bugsbunnyfan September 20, 2009

No bake is always enticing in a pie's name and this was really delish! We made this as written with the exception of substituting Butterfinger for the M&M's. Goes together very easily, especially if you recruit the kids to smash them with a rolling pin. =) One to fix it and forget about it until the 10 minutes you need to defrost before serving. Topped with some additional Butterfinger crumbles and drizzled a little hot fudge on top just to add a bit of decoration to the top. Thanks for sharing this with us. =) PAC Fall '08

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LoriInIndiana October 19, 2008
Frosty M&m Pie (Or Toffee Bits, Butterfingers, Etc.) No Bake