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S'more Suprise Pie

Updated on September 17, 2014
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Jeff Johnston is a medieval reenactor and avid history fan. He is also the publisher at Living History Publications.

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A Challenge is Met

For her cooking blog my fiancee issued a cooking challenge, the challenge was we'd each pick a course at random (salad, main, desert) then we'd pick 3 to 5 items that the other person had to use in the preparation of their dish.

She drew main and I picked artichoke, quail, quails eggs, and spring roll wrappers. See the resulting masterpiece here.

I drew desert and she picked for me Fluff marshmallow topping, strawberries, evaporated milk, and smore flavoured pop tarts. I invented the S'more Surprise Pie. I ended up burning the topping, but it was still quite tasty (if you like to char your marshmallow's when cooking them over the fire you'll love it this way).

chocolate pudding
chocolate pudding

Chocolate Pudding for the Filling

I was rather generous with the cocoa and used heaping tablespoons instead of the well measured ones I normally would use when I made this in order to make it a very dark and rich pudding, it paid off.

Cook time: 20 min
Ready in: 20 min


  • 2 egg yolks
  • 1 tbsp of corn starch
  • 3 tbsps of cocoa
  • 2 tbsps of sugar
  • 1 tbsp of water
  • 1 1/2 cup of evaporated milk


  1. mix all ingredients except the milk in the pot, mix well until it forms a paste
  2. warm up the milk
  3. mix warm milk into the pot with the other ingredients
  4. mix well
  5. cook on medium low stirring constantly until approximately the thickness of mayonnaise
  6. set aside to cool and begin working on the pie

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There is a recipe in here for chocolate pudding, the recipe above is loosely based on the recipe from this book.

Smore Surprise Pie
Smore Surprise Pie

S'more Surprise Pie

Be careful when broiling, it is really really easy to burn the topping. It will take less than five minutes to burn the topping.

Cook Time

Prep Time: 20 mins

Total Time:

Serves: 6


  • 1 pkg of 8 s'more flavoured Pop Tarts
  • 15 oz (two jars) of Fluff marshmallow topping
  • 2 cups (aprox) of sliced strawberries (this is the surprise ingredient)
  • pudding from the above recipe


  1. in a pie plate lay and flatten the pop tarts to form a pie crust
  2. lay the sliced strawberries down mostly filling up the crust
  3. pour the chocolate pudding over the strawberries completely covering them
  4. top the pie with Fluff marshmallow topping
  5. broil for a very short time until marshmallow is desired colour

The process in pictures

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pudding prepberry goodis this a crust?berry pie.... for nowpudding.... yummarshmallow toppedin the ovenoops :(oh well, it still tastes good
pudding prep
pudding prep
berry good
berry good
is this a crust?
is this a crust?
berry pie.... for now
berry pie.... for now
pudding.... yum
pudding.... yum
marshmallow topped
marshmallow topped
in the oven
in the oven
oops :(
oops :(
oh well, it still tastes good
oh well, it still tastes good

© 2013 Jeff Johnston

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    • queenofduvetcover profile image


      6 years ago

      Oh my, I need to try this recipe out! Very creative and looks so yummy!

    • Ontoddy profile image


      6 years ago

      The chocolate pud looks tasty and some chocolate custard - lovely!

    • makorip lm profile image

      makorip lm 

      6 years ago

      Looks interesting and would definitely give a try.

    • CuAllaidh profile imageAUTHOR

      Jeff Johnston 

      6 years ago from Alberta Canada

      @The One Stop Shop: it did work our rather well :D I am hoping to do more challenges like this with my fiancee, so I will probably be posting more recipes as well.

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      The One Stop Shop 

      6 years ago

      Yes! It looks fantastic and seems like a great idea for a pie. Thanks for sharing!

    • WriterJanis2 profile image


      6 years ago

      I sure am!

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      6 years ago

      Very nice lens. Obviously it make me hungry!


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