Cuban Chocolate Grasshopper Pie

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Cuban Chocolate Grasshopper Pie
Cuban Chocolate Grasshopper Pie
Servings:Serves 8
Calories per serving:1768
Ready in:2 hours
Prep. time:2 hours
Cook time:None
Difficulty:Easy
Recipe author:Carla Cancio-Bello, J.D., on behalf of Cuban Cuisine UK
First published:16th February 2014
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Grasshopper pie is a rich minty dessert which originated from an after-dinner cocktail of the same name (a mix of cream, crème de cacao and crème de menthe, strained over ice). This Cuban version includes Willie cacao ginger lime chocolate

Ingredients

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Method

  1. Melt the marshmallows in hot milk, let the mixture cool then add the alcohol
  2. Now fold in the whipped cream then add the chocolate pieces
  3. Pour into the pie shell

Serving suggestions

Sprinkle a dusting of cocoa on top.

Chill for a few hours and serve with a slice of lime.

Variations

Instead of the pre-baked pie shell, create a no-bake pastry case with Dulce de Leche wafers if you want a fancy sweet pastry shell. Just crumble the wafers into a pie dish and using the back of a spoon, press The the crumb mixture into place as a pie shell, cook for 5 minutes to harden and let it cool before filling.

Recipe source

  • CubanCuisine.co.uk, the UK's specialist on-line suppliers of authentic Cuban groceries, has kindly given Cookipedia permission to reproduce this recipe.

CubanCuisine.co.uk can provide all specialist items in this recipe via www.cubancuisine.co.uk, their recently updated Cuban ingredient supplies website. Just click on the product link in the recipe to take you to the Cookipedia ingredient description page from where you can order the item online via CubanCuisine.co.uk (worldwide deliveries)

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