Friday, June 13

Nutella Marshmallow Pie

~I've had a lot of stuff going on in my personal life the last few months and because of that my blog has suffered. To help me out, my friend Julianne from Beyond Frosting is here to guest post. Be sure to check out her blog, follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram ~



Hi everyone! It’s great to be dropping by Bakeaholic Mama! My name is Julianne and I blog over at Beyond Frosting. My blog is about all things sweet from cupcakes to ice cream, pies and candy too.



I had the pleasure of meeting Carrie at the BlogHer Food conference in Miami in May. Although I have been a long time admirer of her blog, and envious of her east coast living, I just absolutely fell in love with Carrie in Miami. Here are a few reasons why. She loves REAL maple syrup and Cabot cheese, she is obsessed with bacon and she makes amazing doughnuts. What’s not to love?


Julianne and Carrie at BlogHer 2014
Carrie asked me to drop by and share some desserts with you. Today, I made Nutella Marshmallow Pie. Stop what you are doing, go get a jar of Nutella and put this on the to-do list. Too hot to cook? No problem, this recipe is a no-bake recipe!


The combination of ingredients in this pie will knock your socks off. It is light and airy and will leave you licking your spoon with each bite. I don’t know about you, but Nutella and marshmallow with a graham cracker crust seems like a good time to me.  

You will notice that I called out for corn syrup in my crust. This is totally optional. All the corn syrup does is help hold your pie crust together. As you may know, graham cracker crust can be very finicky and break apart easily.  I drizzled my pie with a little bit of hot fudge sauce and some left over Cool Whip, but this is also totally optional!


Nutella Marshmallow Pie

Prep time- 10 minutes
Total time- 3 hours
Serving- 8-10 slices

Ingredients: 

For the crust
2 C Graham cracker crumbs
4 tbsp Unsalted butter- melted
1 tsp Corn syrup (optional)
For the filling
1 pk (8oz) Cream cheese
1 Jar (14oz) Nutella spread
2 tbsp Heavy whipping cream
1 Jar (7oz) Marshmallow fluff
1 pk (8oz) Cool Whip (thawed)
Hot Fudge sauce for drizzle

Directions:
If using whole graham crackers, use a food processor to grind into a fine crumb.
Melt butter in a microwave-safe bowl and pour melted butter over graham crackers. Stir to combine until all crumbs are moistened. Add corn syrup and stir to combine.
Press into a 9” pie pan using a spoon or measuring cup to compress crust. Set aside.
For the filling
Using the paddle attachment of your Kitchen Aid mixer, whip cream cheese on medium speed for 2-3 minutes until light and fluffy. Add Nutella spread and continue to beat until well mixed.
Add the heavy whipping cream, increase mixing speed to medium-high and whip for 2-3 minutes to add air into the batter.
Empty container of marshmallow fluff into batter and mix thoroughly.
Once all ingredients are mixed together, add Cool Whip and beat into batter. Scrape the bottom of the bowl with a spatula and mix together. Pour into pie shell.
Chill in the refrigerator for at least two hours. Serve chilled. Drizzle with hot fudge sauce if desired.

31 comments:

  1. I'm sorry to hear that you've been having difficulties. Hope you can overcome soon! :) This pie looks awesome though, so rich and silky.

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    1. Thanks so much June. Lets hope July is a bit more mellow!

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  2. I adore no bake pies (especially if they are chocolate!!) I would LOVE to have a slice of that now! Wonderful pie Julianne and super big hugs to you Carrie!!

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    1. THANK YOU! You rock, thanks for helping me out.

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  4. Oh my goooooodness, this look delicious! I love no-bake pies, especially in the summer, and especially because they are so darn easy! PINNED!

    And Carrie, hope things get better for ya and we see you back on your blog soon! If you need more guest posters, don't hesitate to ask :)

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    1. Me too! They are the best in the summer. And thanks so much for your kind words. If I need more help this summer will be sure to email you!

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  5. Sorry to hear that you're going through a tough time right now, Carrie. I hope it comes to an end soon but at least you've got fabulous blogger friends like Julianne to lend you a hand! This Nutella marshmallow pie is made of everything good 'n delicious in the world. It looks divinely light 'n airy 'n creamy. I can't wait to make this over the summer!

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    1. ehhh it's just life. Cheers to June almost being over and fresh start in July!

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  6. Carrie, hope everything is okay. Let me know if you need anything. By the way this looks beautiful, Nutella all the way !

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    1. Thanks Nik. Everything is ok... just life stuff ;)

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  7. Carrie... we're all sending you good Cabot Karma in the hopes that things start settling in and looking up soon :)

    And as for the pie, Julianne... I'll take two slices :) and you're right... Carrie's love of Cabot cheese is a sure sign she's a keeper!

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  8. I can't believe how nice and tall this pie is! I just want to dive right in!

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    1. It looks great doesn't it? Julianne did a great job.

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  9. There are no words for how much I love this.

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  10. It's so fluffy and delicious looking.

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    1. I know.... drool worthy. Julianne did a fab job.

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  11. Hi there from Greece! DO YOU THINK I COULD USE THIS FILLING FOR A 2 TIERED CAKE OR IT WILL NOT BE STIFF ENOUGH?THANKS !

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    1. I'm not sure, I didn't make this pie... it's a recipe from my friend's blog www.beyondfrosting.com. I'd think you could try it.... sounds like a yummy idea. If you have any other questions please check out Julianne's blog for help.

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    1. Agreed. Julianne did a fabulous job.

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  13. This pie is so deep I could just get lost in all that creamy filling and no bake is perfect for the summer heat when you don't want the oven on.

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  14. Do you think real whipped cream could be used in place of Cool Whip?

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    1. I am not sure. This was made by a guest blogger www.beyondfrosting.com you can ask her. My gut says that it would not be the same, but you could certainly try it!

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  15. Hi I'm from Australia and would like to know what is Cool Whip and what can I use in place if I am unable to find it.?

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    1. Do you have any other whipped toppings sold in your stores?

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  16. Hi there! I asked about this filling on June 16th, still no answer yet....You should answer questions, a good blogger does......

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    1. Hi, I'm sorry... if you read this blog post you would have seen that I have been having some personal issues as well as a death and a wedding all in the last couple of weeks. A good human being understands that. Sorry if you no longer think I am a "good blogger" because I am human. What was your question?? I'm going through and responding to everyone today. Again so sorry for the delay.

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