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Although it’s unclear how this recipe originally got it’s name, it’s very unlikely that it had anything to do with grasshoppers – at least not in the ingredients! With every element of a decadent dessert rolled into one, this chocolate green dish will please the palate of everyone at the table. This no-bake recipe literally takes minutes to make AND seconds to devour. With a crispy chocolate crust, a cookie crumble, and a drizzling of fudge, this dish practically flies off of plates. That’s why I would highly recommend making two of these, for a larger crowd!
Let’s hear it from our friends over at The Girl Who Ate Everything:
This Grasshopper Mint Pie starts off with a chocolate crust filled with a creamy (grasshopper free) mint filling. The pie is chilled, then topped with crumbled chocolate cookies and drizzled with chocolate syrup. This Grasshopper Mint Pie only takes about 5 minutes to prepare and a couple of hours of chilling until it is ready to serve.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Tablespoon
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