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Chocolate Cream Cheese Pie

My family loves chocolate pie and this year I wanted to make something a little different. After much thought this is what I came up with it and it was delicious!! The melted chocolate chips added a very light texture and almost a surprise flavor to the pie.  It is simple, but looks like you spent hours making it.  

Chocolate Cream Cheese Pie
1 baked pie crust
Cream Cheese Layer
1- 8 oz. cream cheese
1/4 cup sugar
2 Tablespoons milk
1 cup whipped cream or whipped topping
Mix cream cheese, sugar and milk together until smooth. Fold in the whipped cream.
Place mixture in the pie crust.
Chocolate Layer
1 large (6 1/2 cup serving) instant chocolate pudding
2 1/2 cups milk
1/4 cup chocolate chips
1 cup whipped cream or whipped topping
Mix the pudding mix with the milk.  Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave. Stir into the pudding mix.  Fold in the whipped topping.
Spread over top of cream cheese layer.
If desired grate a small amount of chocolate on top of the pie. Refrigerate for a few hours, if you can wait that long!
Serve with whipped cream on top!!
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  1. I was just going to bed since it is well after midnight but I saw your title on FF and had to hop over. Yum, I don't care if it is late, I would have had a piece before bed if it were here!

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  2. It looks delicious and it seems so easy too.

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  3. YUM! My family might fall over if I just "came up with" something like this! :)

    So glad you could join us for Friendly Friday again! Have a great weekend!

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  4. This looks wonderful. I love cream cheese anything, and of course who doesn't like chocolate! (actually, I have surprisingly run into a few people who don't like chocolate, and I'm sure they're aliens.)

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  5. Saw you on the Hop, and I am now following you! Stop by sometime!

    Home Grown Families- Helping every mom go Green

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  6. Lucks so good.Have a lovely weekend.

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  7. Words cannot express how delicious that looks!

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  8. Oh my holy heck! This looks amazing! I would love a slice right now!

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  9. This really sounds lovely. I like how you've left distinctive layers in the filling. It is quite pretty to look at. I hope you have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  10. Yum, looks delicious! I love layered pie. I made a brownie bottom pudding pie a while ago and it was soo good. I bet this is too!

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  11. I love chocolate pie! This looks so delicious.

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  12. Easy, chocolate and cream cheese! What is there not to love about that pie? Thanks for sharing!

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  13. I can just taste how good that is. I bet it would be great with crushed candy cane on top, too. This would be perfect any time of year.

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  14. That would make my kids so happy. Wonderful treat!

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  15. This looks incredible! I knew if I visited your blog there would something incredible to fix!

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