Cool Whip Chocolate Pudding Pie


There are only four ingredients in this delicious Cool Whip Chocolate Pudding Pie. Better yet, you can make it in less than 10 minutes. Sometimes even I need a quick fix dessert that tastes fantastic. The nice thing about this pie is that you can make it lower calorie if you want to. You can use skim milk to make the pudding, fat free instant chocolate pudding and Cool Whip light whipped topping. Any way you make it, it is delicious!!!!





Pour the milk into a medium bowl and

add the instant chocolate pudding.


Using a whisk, mix the instant

pudding and milk for two minutes.


Add the Cool Whip.


Fold the cool whip into the pudding

mix until combined well.


Place it into a chocolate pie crust.

Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.


Top with a dollop of Cool Whip and serve!

Cool Whip Chocolate Pudding Pie



  • 1 – 9” chocolate pie crust
  • 1 – four serving size box of instant chocolate pudding
  • 1 & 1/2 cup cold milk
  • 1 & 1/2 cup thawed Cool Whip (divided)


  1. In a medium bowl whisk the milk and pudding for 2 minutes until thick.
  2. Fold in 1 cup of Cool Whip.
  3. Spoon it into the pie shell.
  4. Cover and refrigerate until ready to use.
  5. Add a dollop of Cool Whip to each piece before serving.
  6. Refrigerate leftovers.

Categories: Pies, Pudding


  1. I remember when Kraft used to send out a magazine. You just made me remember a chicken in cream sauce that I need. Lol! I’m showing this one to my kiddo. She loves small ingredient lists that are winners. 🙂

    • Yes that wasn’t that long ago they did that. I thought this was interesting because the recipe was Kraft Canada. I didn’t know they differentiated from the US. My grandkids loved this one too! You’re daughter will love how easy this is!

  2. Will make the cool whip chocolate pudding pie very simple to make. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Sounds lovely but soon as I saw chocolate pudding mix I stopped reading.Here one can buy chocolate of the Parisian best coco powder made of French chocolate made here and to die for. Not chocolate pudding mix they are simply not that far up to UK standards in that but far surpass us with quality of what they have. Fresh olives lovely hard cheeses from Viking recipe they are so proud of. Meat and veggies all keep at home here as all houses keep poultry and some keep pigs .we bay half pig twice a year from farmer other side of forest. Chickens lay our eggs and turkeys are for anytime as we hatch them all summer. Ill check how to make pudding mix and try your recipe soon. Today hot so get all done before midday and rest. Tonight party time with me roasting a rolled pig. Four days lay flat in brown sugar mix with spices orange zest and left. Then rolled really tight and allowed to drain. Roast on home made build of Travatori oven and serve with home grown tomato and garlic salad in real virginal olive oil and lemon juice. Wines and song and people all English happy to be free from worries no taxes and enjoy Gods sunshine. No room for pudding but have baked a chocolate cake of three layers using real chocolate and ice cream .filled. Bon appetite est bambino.

    • Wow I am so envious! I would love living like that! We have raised chickens and we buy a side of beef once a year. Most food I make is from scratch including brown sugar, baking powder…etc. You have a fantastic time at your party and thank you for allowing me to dream…lol

  4. Have you read the ingredients on the Cool Whip package? Not edible, in my opinion. Cream is much better. 🙂

    • It is used in a lot of recipes where I live. I have been slowly working on making food totally from scratch. I make homemade brown sugar, powdered sugar, baking powder but it takes time to figure out recipes by trial and error. When I retire I will have more time to do this. I save my bacon grease, use lard etc. It takes time but I’m getting there. There are some recipes from my childhood we just love and this is one of them. Thanks for your comment and have a great week!

  5. Thank goodness, Diane — an egg free dessert! (I’m allergic… and it really gets in the way of my sweet tooth!) This pie looks so smooth, cool, and delicious. Hugs!

  6. I love chocolate I make it with cream in melted 90 % coco with brown sugar and eggs. Set in pastry and blind bake.Ill try your way but as always no such ingredients found in Latvian supermarkets here ,but real chocolate is in all of them. Pound block just 4 euro. So we can spoil ourselves. I like to bake cakes once a week in winter time with chocolate tops and filling. Cant try our recipe this time as so ,many things just cant buy here yet. It is changing but slowly in this newly set up republic.Even the English and many Americans that reside here have to invent and create own recipes using the many lovely things one can buy here and forget things such as custard powder and pudding mix and all the things from back home.Here find out how its made and make it yourself. I invented many a tasty dish trying all ways over last six years out of Englands green and pleasant land. Anything I can try I will.

    • You are actually fortunate to be able to make things totally from scratch! So much better for you. However I’m sure it takes a lot of trial and error figuring out new recipes that call for ingredients you can’t obtain. Thank you for your comment!

  7. Quick and easy. I remember making pies like this with cool whip when I was younger. Between the processed part and the calories, I stopped doing it, but this is lower calories and the processed part could just be a guilty pleasure for an occasional treat. Thanks for the reminder and update on the lower calorie ingredients available now. Your Latvian reader’s comments are so interesting. I had a lot of “make do” moments in Mexico until I moved about 45 minutes away from a capital city where there is a Costco. They didn’t have everything we take for granted, but it certainly expanded my choices.

  8. Looks all chocolati 🎂. Long time your absence visiting my blog.. Look out some interesting food tasting in my upcoming blogs 🙂 Happy weekend – happy caking 🙂

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