While the South is known for many things, it seems to be best known for its amazing food. Around every corner in bustling cities all the way to the winding, middle-of-nowhere diners, you'll find meals that could rival any five-star restaurant around the globe.
I had the privilege of being born and raised in the south. Throughout my lifetime, I've had some of the most incredible food in all the world! Maybe it's because I'm a little partial to that region. This recipe is particularly near and dear to my heart. I spent my entire life in Mississippi so it comes as no surprise that I am raving about a dessert with the state's name in the title.
One of the most loved recipes found in the deep South is a Mississippi Mud Pie. There are quite a few different ways to put a spin on your delicious dessert be it with a topping of fluffy, homemade whipped cream or by a fine, delectable chocolate topping. No matter how you twist the recipe, it's a dessert that never disappoints.
Below, we've found a recipe for one particular version of Mississippi Mud Pie that we continue to go back to time and time again. It has a pretty complex appearance but is fairly straightforward in the baking process.
Now that your taste buds are tingling and your mouth is watering, let's get to the good part - the recipe! Within no time, your house will be smelling of delicious, fragrant, chocolatey goodness. Check out the next page for the full recipe and instructions.
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