March 28, 2014 AT 5:00 pm
Adafruit Chocolate Raspberry Pie Cobbler #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
caitlinsdad made this awesome (and delicious looking) Adafruit Raspberry Pi Cobbler. We can’t wait to try out this recipe!
No reflow oven needed.
Make this hackable open source pudding pie.
Chocolate pudding, Cool Whip dessert topping, cocoa powder, Raspberry preserves, and a chocolate/vanilla sandwich cookie crust.
This pie has a flavor reminiscent of those fabulous Jell Ring chocolates.
Make your own pie plate.
DISCLAIMER: I do not think adafruits are sold at Whole Foods, not that I can afford to shop there anyway.
See the full recipe
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