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Light as a dream, this Toffee Marshmallow Pie has an easy no-bake filling that everyone will love!

Toffee Marshmallow Pie from www.tasteandtellblog.com

I’m pretty sure I could make a new pie every week of the year and be a happy girl. That is how much I love pie. Sure, I love cookies and cake and brownies. But pie – that is what really gets me.

I’ve been on a bit of a pie run lately, too, which has me thinking about pie even more than usual. That, paired with the fact that Thanksgiving is next week, has me in pie mode.

Unfortunately, not all recipes always work out. I had what I thought was a really good one on the menu, and well, while it tasted ok, it definitely wasn’t one that I wanted to share with you all.

But this one? Definitely worth sharing.

I really like a wide variety of pies on Thanksgiving. Rich pumpkin, fruity meringues, and of course something chocolate. But it’s always nice to throw in something that is a little bit lighter, as well. (Ok, not lighter as in calories lighter… I don’t want to confuse you here!! :) ) This pie is exactly that.

This couldn’t be much easier, either. It’s a no-bake filling, (the only time you’ll need the oven is to bake your pie crust), and it can be made well ahead of time. And it has everyone’s favorite – toffee!!

And now I’m wondering how many more pies I can make before Thanksgiving…

Toffee Marshmallow Pie from www.tasteandtellblog.com

Toffee Marshmallow Pie
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Light as a dream, this Toffee Marshmallow Pie has an easy no-bake filling that everyone will love!
Serves: 10 servings
  • 32 large marshmallows
  • ⅓ cup milk
  • ½ cup toffee pieces, plus more for serving
  • 1 cup whipping cream
  • 1 basic pie crust, fully cooked and cooled
  • chocolate sauce, for serving
  1. Combine the marshmallows and milk in a large saucepan. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until the marshmallows have melted. Remove from the heat and immediately stir in the toffee pieces, Let the toffee pieces melt slightly, then transfer to the refrigerator until thickened, but not set, 15-20 minutes.
  2. Beat the whipping cream to stiff peaks. Stir about one-fourth of the cream into the marshmallow mixture. Fold in the remaining cream. Spread the mixture into the pie crust. Refrigerate until fully set, about 3 hours.
  3. Serve drizzled with chocolate sauce and sprinkled with additional toffee pieces.

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21 Responses to Toffee Marshmallow Pie

  1. What a unique method! I’ve never made a marshmallow pie like this, but it sounds pretty simple! And I love that it’s “lighter,” at least in texture ;) On Thanksgiving, nobody counts calories anyway :)

  2. Tieghan says:

    Oh gosh! What an incredible pie! Perfect for Thanksgiving!

  3. Oooh! Loving this change up from the classic Thanksgiving flavors

  4. Love how easy this pie is. I looks so light and fluffy.

  5. I love pie too. I don’t mind if you make 10 more before Thanksgiving. :)

  6. Ronda says:

    Super yum, and your right who doesn’t like toffee. I might have to make this as one of my thanksgiving desserts.

  7. Emily says:

    This looks absolutely divine!

  8. Chels R. says:

    Wow-that looks amazing!!!

  9. Yum! That looks just incredible. It’s a good thing we’ve always got bags of marshmallow in our house!

  10. Joanne says:

    I’m so glad you had a success with this, as it looks amazing!! Those fluffy insides are pretty dreamy.

  11. Tracey says:

    Just gorgeous, and I love the simplicity! You can’t beat a no-bake filling, especially around Thanksgiving when you’re already baking so many other recipes.

  12. Beautiful pie, Deborah! Love the sound of toffee and marshmallows together!

  13. That pie looks amazing. And I love marshmallows! Funny you referenced the PB Best of the Bakeoff book. I was just at the PB Bakeoff 2 weeks ago in Vegas (part of why I couldn’t meet that deadline). Beautiful pie & pinned!

  14. Amy-Lyn says:

    Oh my! This looks like a true delight! :) I have a thing for marshmallows….I will be making this, and possibly a version with a graham crust, and chocolate in/or drizzled on top. S’more style.

  15. Dina says:

    it looks delish!

  16. Sabrina - Cozy Cuisines says:

    I am not a marshmallow person at all, but I decided to give this a try for our potluck lunch at work and maybe Thanksgiving tomorrow. I made two last night. One is already gone and it’s barely 7:30am. My coworkers think I’m a cheffin genious! Thanks!

  17. Lin says:

    OK I’ve died and gone to heaven. Insanely wonderful recipe! Most of all, I cannot tell you how much I appreciate the fact that you used whipped cream and not cool whip. It’s on my “must make” list!

  18. Ash says:

    Doing a Beatles themed party next month, really pleased to have found a marshmallow pie recipe. Do you think it would work with marshmallow fluff?

    • Deborah says:

      I’m not sure if marshmallow fluff would work or not. I’m guessing you could maybe use it instead of melting the marshmallow, but I’m not sure since they have different textures. If you try it, let me know how it turns out!

  19. Bella says:

    I think I might make one tonight, it looks really delicious :) but I think I’m going to make some caramel sause insteed of use toffee pieces (dont have toffee at home) keep up the good work! / love from your swedish reader

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