#FastFoodFridayFix: Burger King Hershey Sundae Pie
Ingredients
crust
cream cheese filling
chocolate pudding filling
Instructions
  1. blend chocolate bunnies or graham crackers together in your food processor until fine. add the bunnies along with the buttery spread to a mixing bowl and stir well. coat pie pan with no-stick cooking spray and pour the mixture into pan. press mixture down evenly into pan and around the sides.
  2. make the pudding by adding almond milk, coconut sugar, cocoa powder, cornstarch (or arrow root powder), and vanilla to a small sauce pan on low heat.
  3. once simmering, add chocolate chips and stir until completely melted. taste! if you’d like it chocolatier (just made that up) then add more chips. this was sweet enough for me. {TIP: if you’d like to make plain ol’ healthy, homemade chocolate pudding, add another cup of unsweetened vanilla almond milk, stir until thick, and eat as is!}
  4. to a mixing bowl, add cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla, and fold in half a tub of Coco Whip.
  5. baking is optional, but i wanted a crispy crust! i baked it for 10-12 min on 350 degrees. once cooled, spoon the cream cheese mixture onto the crust in 5-6 big mounds. this will make a pretty presentation once you slice into your pie. freeze for 15 minutes.
  6. after your pudding has cooled, fold in the rest of the CoCo Whip. remove pie from freezer and pour the chocolate pudding on top, filling in the gaps and smoothing the top layer all the way across with a spatula.
  7. you can add a really pretty whipped cream design here or keep it topless! i wanted it to look as much like BK’s version as possible so i added a whipped cream border along the brim, melted chocolate chip drizzle, and a few chocolate chips on top. be creative and make it pretty!
  8. put back into the freezer for at least 2 hours to let set. run hot water across your knife first before cutting and serving. enjoy!!
Recipe Notes

serving size: 1/8th slice

calories: 309

carbs: 45g

fat: 13g

sodium: 158mg

sugar: 29g

protein: 5g

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if you’d like more crust, add more bunnies!  a bottom crust only is another option to keep the nutritional stats low. a full crust (bottom & sides) is completely optional. 

 

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