No Bake Creamy Marshmallow Chocolate Pie

This silky Marshmallow Chocolate Pie is made with a creamy filling of milk chocolate, whipped cream, and melted marshmallows! Add all that to a chocolate cookie pie crust, and you’ve got the perfect no bake pie.

A no bake chocolate pie with whipped cream and an Oreo crust

This recipe was originally published in 2015. The photos and tips have been updated in 2021.

Creamy Chocolate Pie with Marshmallows

Marshmallow Chocolate Pie is a sure-fire dessert hit – after all, who could turn down a creamy slice of rich chocolate pie? Nobody in my house, that’s for sure. The rave reviews start pouring in after the first bite, and leftovers never last long if they exist at all in the first place!

I mean, what we have here is milk chocolate, melted mini marshmallows, and whipped cream, piled high on top of an Oreo pie crust. Can you say YUM? (If you’re not a fan of Oreo crust, give this graham cracker crust a try!)

Oh yeah, and there’s no baking necessary. This is a no bake chocolate pie, people, because it’s summer, and who wants to turn on the oven and sweat even more? (Not me!) So, from my view, this pie makes us all winners today when it comes to beating the heat!

To wrap up my spiel, let me just say that I’m fairly certain this chocolate cream pie will cure your chocolate cravings for the next year. Or at least the next month. It’s really, truly that good. So get mixing and dig in!

Why I Love this No Bake Dessert

What’s not to love about no bake chocolate pies? They’re really easy to make, they please a crowd every time you make them, and they’re full of sugary sweetness!

I’m in love with this one specifically, though, because I can sneak marshmallows and chocolate slivers as I put it together. That, and a couple of other reasons, actually:

  • It’s Quick and Easy: This chocolate pie will take you 20 minutes to prep, and then you just have to put it in the fridge to chill for a couple of hours. Easy peasy! Nobody will know that this gorgeous, bakery-worthy pie took you only 20 minutes (plus chill time) and 6 ingredients to make!
  • It’s Versatile: Some pie recipes have seasonal assignments. Apple pies and pumpkin pies are for fall, peppermint pies are for Christmas, etc. Chocolate pie, however, can be served anytime you like. The fact that it’s a no bake recipe makes it perfect for spring and summer, but I’d be lying to you if I told you I never made it in the wintertime, too!
  • It’s Rich and Creamy: Regular chocolate pies are creamy enough to begin with, but with the addition of sweet melted marshmallow to the filling, this one becomes next level!
Ingredients for marshmallow chocolate pie.

What You’ll Need

Like I mentioned above, you’ll only need 6 ingredients to make this silky chocolate pie. How’s that for efficient yet delicious?

Round up the following before you start:

  • Cookies: You’ll need chocolate sandwich cookies to make the crust. I like to use Oreos, but you can use another kind of chocolate cookie if you like.
  • Butter: Melted. You can use salted or unsalted, whatever you prefer.
  • Milk: This is mixed in with the marshmallows to create a creamy marshmallow mixture that isn’t too thick. I generally use 1 or 2% milk.
  • Marshmallows: I like to use mini marshmallows because they melt pretty quickly.
  • Chocolate: You’ll need to chop up some milk chocolate before starting. (I used Symphony for no other reason than that it’s creamy and delicious.) For a richer chocolate flavor, you could use dark chocolate or a blend of milk and dark chocolate.
  • Heavy Cream: Make sure it’s cold before whipping it.
Marshmallow chocolate filling on top of Oreo crust.

How to Make Marshmallow Chocolate Pie

Okay, I know I’ve emphasized how easy this marshmallow chocolate pie is, but I’m going to point it out again because you’re going to love how simple it is to make!

It all starts with a quick no bake Oreo crust, and then you’ll move onto the chocolate filling. Have I mentioned that this filling is basically a melted marshmallow, milk chocolate ganache? Good, good, just checking.

Here’s how the whole pie comes together:

Blend the Oreos for the Crust: Finely crush the chocolate cookies in a food processor or blender. Mix in the melted butter until evenly combined. Press the mixture into the bottoms and up the sides of a deep dish pie plate (9.5″x 2″) evenly and firmly. Chill the crust for at least 30 minutes.

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