How to Make One Whopper of a Pie

Applause

Wouldn’t this be fun to throw in someone’s face? Come a little closer, please.

No good at following recipes?

Don’t know how to turn your oven on?

Here’s a quick, easy, no bake pie to put your mad kitchen skills to work and impress folks with a Whopper Pie.

whopper

Impressive, yes?

You need a whopping four ingredients to concoct this masterpiece.

whoppers

  • One store-bought graham cracker crust
  • One carton of whipped cream
  • 1/2 carton of vanilla ice cream
  • 2 boxes of Whoppers

Start by putting all but about 20 Whoppers into a ziploc bag and crush.

beat

Ball bustin’.

I happen to have some sort of kitchen tool that mimics a hammer (I don’t know how in the hell it ended up in my utensil drawer but weirder things have happened…I think).

smooth

If you have one of these things, be sure you use the smooth side.

Nope

Not the prickly side. Trust me.

In a bowl, combine 1/2 of the carton of ice cream and the entire tub of whipped cream. Stir until smooth (took me and my tiny muscles about one minute to accomplish this).

mix

Add the crushed Whoppers to the creamy mix and stir until well combined.

Heaven

Pour your masterpiece into the graham cracker crust (and squeal with delight when you realize you’ll have left over ice cream mix).

Pour

Be sure to save the empty whipped cream carton so you have somewhere to store the left over whipped Whopper ice cream you just made.

Save some for you!

Again, trust me. You want to do this.

Top the pie with the remaining Whoppers, carefully walk (I speak from experience) to your freezer and let sit for about two hours before serving.

Tah Dah!

Tah Dah!

Then of course, reap all of the accolades thrown your way once you present the Whopper Pie.

PARTY HIT

I slaved over this pie. For 13 minutes.

Be the hit of your next gathering for about $8.00.

A big whopper of a welcome to you!

CBXB

CBXB!

59 thoughts on “How to Make One Whopper of a Pie

  1. […] I whipped out the Whopper pie I make every year in honor of Dad growing one year […]

  2. vudragovich says:

    What is this concept you mention? Left overs? I never have left overs when doing anything involving ice cream…sort of like there are not 13-17 servings in a carton. Just 2-4. (marketing liars!)
    I do not have one of those hammer things…can I use the sledge hammer I keep in the garage?
    Love the post and concept!
    Thanks

    • A sledge hammer will work perfectly. Just be sure that you place the Whoppers on the cement floor of your garage and not the kitchen counter. Oh, and those marketing liars can suck it! I have leftovers because I eat fast and get brain freeze if I eat too much ice cream too quickly. I suggest you make this dessert for your anniversary on the 1st!

  3. Step away from the hammer. The scaring the little M&M guys.

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