Chocolate Raspberry Jello Pie

When I was living with my parents and in my later years of high school, there was a watermelon Jello pie recipe that I just loved.  I made it at family gatherings and a few cookouts over the years.  I haven’t been able to find watermelon Jello anymore, but this particular recipe will accomodate any flavor of Jello.

So, I decided to try a chocolate raspberry Jello pie.  Everything was done exactly the same as the watermelon pie recipe, except I used a chocolate graham cracker crust and raspberry Jello (and of course, I didn’t decorate the pie like a watermelon!).


The only thing I did that was not in the recipe was to spread a layer of warmed hot fudge topping on the pie crust.  I let it harden back up in the refrigerator before pouring over the pie filling.  However, I found that the fudge layer did not stay solid as I expected at the bottom of the filling – it poured out when I cut the pie!  So I would not add the hot fudge layer next time.

I drizzled a good amount of chocolate sauce over the pie before serving as well!  It was so yummy, and brought back memories from the watermelon pie days.

If you’re after a very cooling and light dessert this summer, this pie, in any Jello flavor you want, would be the perfect choice.

4 thoughts on “Chocolate Raspberry Jello Pie

  1. TasteStopping

    The colors alone are enough to make me want to try it. Plus, a cool, delicious treat is just the thing for the summer heat…if it ever arrives in this part of the country!

    I found you on TasteSpotting and am writing to say that if you have any photos that aren’t accepted there, I’d love to publish them. Visit my new site (below), it’s a lot of fun! I hope you will consider it.


    1. Jamieanne Post author

      Hello! There is a link to the recipe in the blog post. Some websites do not like people to post their recipes on their blogs, so in some cases I will post a link to the recipe, instead of posting it on my blog. If you are not able to see the link in the post, it is here:

      The recipe on that link is a base recipe. The changes I used to make it “chocolate raspberry” are described in the post above. Please have a re-read of it for more details!


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