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you can also use a ready-to-use oreo cookie crust

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ChileRican September 22, 2008

This was tasty. I used a premade cookie crust, so I ended up with excess filling. I put it in the freezer in a container, then mixed it with fresh whipped cream. I topped each pie piece with a dollop of the whip cream and some andes mint candy pieces. Yum! My mom used a recipe that included gelatin when I was kid that did not require freezer time and held up better for serving. This was very tasty, but I prefer the texture of the one using gelatin.

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Cook4_6 December 26, 2009

Cool and refreshing and so easy to whip up. I made this for a co-worker's birthday today and it was quickly and happily devoured. One girl said "It was crazy today and I was stressed but this pie put me in a happier place." I used crushed chocolate graham crackers for the crumbs but otherwise prepared exactly as written. DH is extremely happy with this pie!

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ReeLani January 27, 2009

My Aunt Marlene had given me this recipe she has had for years. She uses white creme de cacao and she chills the pie for 3-4 hours before serving. Makes a great presentation!

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Oolala May 27, 2006

I love this pie! With dark chocolate shaved over the top it's delicious. I make it every year for Christmas. I do increase the liqueur a little. Be warned, though, that if you add too much extra it won't freeze.

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mianbao January 02, 2004
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