Monday, April 27, 2009

Neapolitan Malt Mousse Pie

I needed to create a pie for a contest and this is what I came up with. If I could open a diner
around this playful pie I would! With clouds of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry, plus the crunch of an Oreo crust, this pie needs some roller skates and a tip jar.

1 1/2 cups Oreo cookie crumbs, finely crushed
3 tablespoons butter, melted
1 envelope unflavored gelatin
2 tablespoons cold water
¼ cup boiling water
2 cups very cold whipping cream
1 cup sugar
2 teaspoons real vanilla extract
1/3 cup malted milk powder
3 TBS Dutch processed cocoa powder
3 tablespoons Nestle Nesquik Strawberry powder

1. Sprinkle gelatin over 2 tablespoons cold water in a small bowl and let stand for 2 minutes. Then add 1/4th cup boiling water. Set aside.

2. Butter a 9” pie pan. In a large bowl mix together melted butter and Oreo cookie crumbs. Press crumbs evenly into the bottom and sides of pie pan. Place in the refrigerator while prepping the mousse mixture.

3. With a stand mixer with a whisk attachment beat the cold whipping cream and vanilla extract until almost stiff. Add the sugar and malt powder slowly and beat until stiff. Pour in the gelatin mixture and beat until well incorporated.

4. Next divide the mixture evenly into 3 bowls. Add 3 tablespoons cocoa powder to one bowl, and 3 tablespoons Nestle Nesquik Strawberry powder to another bowl. Mix with a fork until incorporated.

5. Spoons the chocolate mixture into the pie crust and spread evenly around. Then add the vanilla mixture and spread leaving a slight hump in the middle. Lastly add the strawberry mix and spread to cover the top. Let chill for three hours or more before serving.

Notes: You can skip step two by purchasing an Oreo pie crust.

Recipe by Laura Flowers


Anonymous said...

Absolutely stunning!

The Cooking Photographer said...


thisoldbroad said...

Great idea! I can almost taste it. Well done!

Lucy..♥ said...

Awesome, I could sink a fork into a piece!

Anam said...

Looks lovely!!

Creative Classroom Core said...

This is truly beautiful. What a great photograph. I want to reach through the screen and take a bite!
Thanks for sharing!

Lori said...

My husband just sent me this link through IM. Guess he wants me to make this! Thanks for the recipe.

The Cooking Photographer said...

Thank-you for that comment Lori! It made me happy to hear. I hope you both like this recipe.

Unknown said...

Me likey

The Cooking Photographer said...

Hi Raman! Glad you stopped by.

Kristen said...

That looks fantastic. A bit nostalgic & fantastic. Great Idea!

Tammy said...

Love the pink, white, and brown colors. Great idea for a pie!

The Cooking Photographer said...

Thank-you Kristen and Tammy.

Creative Classroom Core said...

I am bookmarking this recipe to make ASAP! It would be so perfect to make for a BBQ party dessert :) Love it!

Robin said...

I made this and we all loved it. Will make again. I blogged about it today with links to you. Thanks! Robin Sue

The Cooking Photographer said...

Omgosh Robin Sue thank-you! I thought this pie was all but forgotten. I am so happy and grateful!


Penny said...

This is a definite must do pie. We have lots of family coming for Labor Day weekend and this will be on the menu. Robin Sue sent me to your site. Love your blog.

Jess said...

That's hilarious! You should open a diner based off the pie! I would definitely come. Give me an opening date and me and my pickup truck are there!

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