Key Lime Pie Bars Dipped In Chocolate
- November 20, 2021
This Key Lime Pie On A Stick dessert was inspired by our many trips to the Florida Keys where they sell slices of key lime pie dipped in chocolate and frozen.I thought I would squeeze one more summer treat in before I bring on the soups and casseroles.At certain gas stations along the long road down to the keys they sell slices of key lime pie, frozen, and dipped in Belgian chocolate.I used this key lime juice.Start by making your key lime pies.I started with my favorite graham cracker crust and then filled it with the easiest key lime pie filling ever – only 3 ingredients.Using cupcake tins is the perfect way to make small versions of the key lime pie. .
Chocolate Key Lime Pie Bars
With a salty and sweet Biscoff cookie crust and a tart key lime pie layer, these bars are dipped in a chocolate for a refreshing summer treat.Key Lime Pie.They totally remind me of the chocolate dipped key lime pies on a stick down in Key West! .
The 4 Gluten Free Chocolate Dipped Bars – Key Lime Pie Co
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12 Key Lime Pie Chocolate Dipped Bars
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Creamy Key Lime Pie Bars
These healthy key lime pie bars are sweet, creamy, and perfect for any party or gathering!The best part about these key lime pie bars is how light & creamy they are.To make the bars, simply blend all ingredients and smooth the mixture into an 8×8 pan.I cut the bars into 16, but the photo only shows 9 because I didn’t want to crowd the picture.If you make them, please feel free to mention @ChocolateCoveredKatie on Instagram so I can see your creations!2 1/2 tsp cornstarch or arrowroot Instructions *For a crust, you can either use 10 full graham cracker sheets processed into crumbs with 1-2 tbsp oil or buttery spread, or use your favorite crust, or opt to keep them crustless.Beat all ingredients in a blender or food processor just until smooth – Don’t overbeat, which would introduce air bubbles that could burst and later cause cracking.Bake 25 minutes, then don’t open the oven but turn the heat off and let sit in the closed oven an additional 8 minutes – this helps the bars cool down slowly so they’re less likely to crack. .
Frozen Key Lime Pie on a Stick
If you like key lime pie, you’re going to LOVE frozen key lime pie on a stick!It’s your classic key lime pie, but frozen and dipped in chocolate!This recipe is refreshingly simple in ingredients and steps, BUT!Just be sure the pie is really set before you try dipping it in the chocolate, ok?More Key Lime Recipes:.1/3 cup key lime juice (fresh or bottled) For the Chocolate Topping: 12 ounces semi-sweet chocolate, chopped.In a small bowl combine the cracker crumbs, sugar, and melted butter; stir until evenly combined.Set aside and allow crust to cool.To make the Lime Curd Filling: In the body of a standmixer or in a medium-sized bowl using an electric handheld mixer, beat the egg yolks and condensed milk until light and creamy; about 3 minutes.Next add in the lime zest and key lime juice; beat until completely combined.Pour the filling into the cooled pie crust and place in the freezer for 24 hours.Use a small sharp knife to make a slit in the back of the pie crust, then slide a wooden popsicle stick in the end of each crust.To cover the pie in chocolate, hold the stick by the end and place the pie pop upside down in the chocolate (dipping the creamy part first).Place the pie pops back in the freezer for a few minutes, just until the chocolate sets, then serve! .
Chocolate Dipped Key Lime Pie Pops
So I picked up a few bags of those little key limes and created something similar at home – these chocolate dipped key lime pie pops.Tart, creamy and packed with key lime juice and zest, these chocolate dipped key lime pie pops are a breeze to make and so delicious and refreshing all on their own.To make the pops, I use this ice pop mold.I pour the mixture into the molds until 1/3 to 1/2 of the way full, then add a layer of the graham cracker crumb.I like to tap the mold on the counter so that the mixture is compact in the molds and there is not any air pockets around the graham cracker crumb.Once the pops are ready to be dipped, I melt good quality semi sweet chocolate with coconut oil to thin the melted chocolate just a bit.I only partially dipped the pops for this recipe but if you want a fully dipped key lime pop, double the chocolate and oil called for in the recipe.Then I sprinkled some reserved graham cracker crumbs over the chocolate and popped them back into the freezer to harden up the chocolate and to keep the pops frozen until serving.I hope you enjoy these chocolate covered key lime pops as much as I do.If you try my chocolate dipped key lime pie pops, let me know! .