Needless to say, we love all of Jollibee’s pies. And while we’d love to hack some of them, it’s not that easy, especially when it comes to that crunchy crust. (And honestly, we’d rather just get Jollibee’s version, anyway.) So this recipe isn’t a food hack. It’s a traditional chocolate-filled, marshmallow fluff-topped pie.
Obviously it takes much more effort than just going to a drive-thru and ordering dessert. But Jollibee’s choco mallow pie is phased out for now anyway, so this is the next best thing. If you’ve made pies before, this will generally be a piece of cake (pie?). It will only get a little bit more complicated in the marshmallow part, since you’re making it from scratch. But if you have it, you can always use store-bought marshmallow fluff.
If you haven’t made pies before, this might be a baptism of fire. But whatever happens, it’s fun to make and the result is delicious (it really tastes like Jollibee’s sans the crust), so it will be rewarding.