White Chocolate Mousse Cherry Pie
Total TimePrep: 1 hour Bake: 15 min. + chilling
This was the most delicious pie ever! A cross between a light cheesecake and a fruit pie! Huge hit at our house. Will definitely make again!
I added vanilla to the filling for more flavor. Everyone loved it!
I wrote earlier that this pie was going to be auctioned off at a fundraiser. It went for $50 and was very well received! I made it again for another function and again it was a big hit. Love this pie!!!
This pie was a little more trouble to make, but the end result was worth it. It is beautiful and will be auctioned off at tonight's fundraiser. It will do very well, I am sure!
I made this for Christmas dinner and my sister refered to this as " naughty pie". It's that good.
Too much trouble for the end result. I agree that making this in parfait glasses with pudding and whipped topping would be just as good. One cup of milk for the pudding was not enough either- the consistency was too thick. I would not make this again.
HAVEN'T MADE THIS YET BUT LOOKS REALLY GOOD ,ONE THING I WOULD CHAGE IS TO USE VANILLA OREOS INSTEAD OF CHOC,WILL MAKE AND GET BACK ON HOW IT WAS LOOKS REAL YUMMY
Thought this would be a nice Sunday dessert --- ugh...wrong! It was nasty, to say the least. The crust was too hard and even though I love macadamia nuts they didn't add anything to this recipe. Wish I'd read the other review before making this. Way too much trouble and not a good dessert at all.
This is a lovely treat. For me, if I make this sort of thing again I will make a parfait using layered crumbled cookies, cherries, pudding then whipped cream. They will look just as nice as this pie in pretty parfait glasses. Baking the crust, dirtying that many dishes making the "mousse" and thickening the cherries on the stove top was not worth it for me. The parfaits will taste just as good. I really didn't taste anything different with the texture making the mousse than regular pudding topped with whipped cream so why go through the hassle?