French Silk Pie Bars Recipe

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These French Silk Pie bars have a delicious chocolate graham cracker crust with a creamy, yet light-as-air, chocolate mousse filling.

This pie is a fantastic recipe to have on hand for just about any occasion, and it’s so much easier to make than you might think. Top it with my favorite homemade whipped cream, or make it extra rich with a little chocolate ganache drizzled on top! 

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These French Silk Pie bars have a delicious chocolate graham cracker crust with a creamy, yet light-as-air, chocolate mousse filling.

What’s in these French Silk Pie Bars?

Recipe Overview:

You’ll love how simple this recipe is! It’s all done in three very easy stages:

  1. Make the crust. Crush up the graham crackers, mix the crumbs with butter and sugar, press in the pan, and bake!
  2. Make the filling. In a nutshell: melt the chocolate and mix everything up in a stand mixer. It really is that easy.
  3. Chill and top! Let the bars chill for a while, and then add the whipped cream and chocolate shavings to the top. 

French Silk Pie Dip With Pie Crust Dippers

French Silk Pie Dip With Pie Crust Dippers

French Silk Pie Time Savers

If you're in a pinch for time, try substituting one of these shortcuts for their coordinating component in the pie.

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29 thoughts on “French Silk Pie Bars Recipe”

  1. Whoa now. This is serious business. Chocolate overload, methinks–but that pie crust dipper picture with the chocolate pie dip on top–I may have licked the screen on that one. You’re a master dipper, Ashton!

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  2. Oh YUM! I gained most of my baby weight by eating French Silk Pie Blizzards- I will have to save this recipe for a special treat now that I am trying to lose the baby weight, haha!

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  3. Wow! What an interesting new take on French Silk Pie! I love this idea! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites. I’m featuring you this week. Come by and grab my featured button if you’d like one.

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