Few kids go crazy for math and science when they’re in high school--believe us, we were definitely not those kids, either--but you can bet if THIS pie was involved, we would have really gotten into it.
Baked in celebration of Pi Day, this candy bar-inspired confection from the blogger behind The Domestic Rebel comes together with absolutely no stirring of any kind. It’s like sorcery--except we’re sure there’s some super sweet science behind it.
Ingredients1 pie crust (graham cracker crust)6 miniature Almond Joy bars, roughly choppedAbout 18 Hershey’s...Posted by Vanja Jovanovic on Monday, December 9, 2013
Ingredients1 pie crust (graham cracker crust)6 miniature Almond Joy bars, roughly choppedAbout 18 Hershey’s...
Whether or not you care about the chemical reasons this pie can be so delicious while simultaneously beyond simple to make, the first bite is sure to win you over. Chocolate, coconut, and cookies magically turn into the pie version of this classic candy bar, and it will make even the most die-hard coconut fan swoon over the flavor.
A little chopping of the ingredients and a couple button presses to pre-heat the oven, and you’re just about done with all the work this dessert takes. You sprinkle them into the pre-made pie crust and the oven turns this assortment of sweets into a treat that’s a work of art.
Get the full recipe and step-by-step directions from The Domestic Rebel.
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