Set aside to cool for 5 minutes. Spread the sauce over the cooled pie and chill in the fridge for 20 minutes.
Serve with double cream. Recipes from this episode. Preparation time less than 30 mins.
Cooking time over 2 hours. From Something for the Weekend. This is my all time favorite dessert.
Mississippi mud pie is a chocolate-based dessert pie that is likely to have originated in the U.S. state of Mississippi. The treat contains a gooey chocolate sauce. "Mississippi Mud" is a song written by Harry Barris, first sung by Bing Crosby as a member of Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys.
Here's the frosting recipe promise it's the right one, I have it written down with the rest of the recipe: This recipe was very good and was even better the second day after the frosting had sunk in. I will be making it again sometime. The frosting worked out alright for me. I melted the butter completely first before making the frosting,.
This is Paula Deen's recipe for chocolate frosting that works well. I am baking for a church function and this cake recipe is less complicated that Paula's.
Bring to boil, then remove from heat. It is a wonderful, rich cake!
This recipe is delicious, but far too sweet! The cake has more sugar than anything else, and on top of that is a whole bag of marshmallows, and on top of THAT is frosting made from an entire bag of confectioner's sugar.
I couldn't even fit all the marshmallows on top, so I can't imagine what it would have been like if I did. I couldn't even get through one piece.
Stir in confectioners sugar and slowly stir in vanilla. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool completely. Remove from oven, and top with marshmallows; bake 8 to 10 more minutes. Heat the heavy whipping cream in the microwave just until it begins to boil, then pour over the chocolate chips. To make the chocolate ganache, add the chocolate chips to a small bowl. If we were new to CooksCountry.
Nice try, but if you intend to enjoy this cake you should make some serious modifications to the sugar measurements. Went right by the recipe. My husband rarely eats sweets, but he went through these!!!!
I like things simple, so I mixed the toasted pecans into the batter and made this a simple sheet cake - no marshmallows. I ended up with a chewy, brownie- like cake with a creamy, rich icing. For sure check it out! After reading your review, I read and reread directions.
The remaining is to be used at another time. Perhaps that is what they omitted from the cake recipe???? At least that is what I did.
I made this for a church pot luck dinner and boy did it disappear in a hurry. I never even got a chance to taste. Guess I will have to make again.