Twinkie Bomb Pie

Twinkie Bomb Pie!  That’s right, a pie.  Made out of Twinkies.  #Boom.

Twinkie Bomb Pie!  That's right, a pie.  Made out of Twinkies.  #Boom. via www.wineandglue.com

Have you heard that Twinkies are back??

They are so back in fact, that when I first went to buy a box at the grocery store to make this pie, the shelf where they would be was completely empty.

Gone.  None left.  Zip.  Zero.  Zilch.

Twinkie Bomb Pie!  That's right, a pie.  Made out of Twinkies.  #Boom. via www.wineandglue.com

People need their Twinkies, yo!

As soon as I heard that Twinkies were coming back, I knew that I wanted to make this pie.

Bomb pies are the  . . . . bomb.  (Pun absolutely intended . . . does that even count as a pun?  Or just really bad writing?)

I love making bomb pies.  You just take something delicious, add some butter and eggs, throw it in a pie shell, and make it five times more delicious.  In fact, dare I say that bomb pies are the only kind of pies I know how to make.

Twinkie Bomb Pie!  That's right, a pie.  Made out of Twinkies.  #Boom. via www.wineandglue.com

Not only that, but bomb pies are super easy to make.  This one included!!  Break up some Twinkies, throw in a few other ingredients and bake it in a premade pie shell.   The cream lends itself to the bomb pie so well, and your friends will be all, “What the what??  You made me a Twinkie pie??  You the bomb!!”  And you’ll be all, “No, this pie’s the bomb!!  A bomb pie that is!”

I know.  More horrible writing.  Don’t let my awful writing today reflect poorly on the pie.  It’s a super yummy pie.

Yo.

Twinkie Bomb Pie.

  • one refrigerated pie crust (I used Pillsbury)
  • A box of Twinkies broken unwrapped and broken up
  • 3 eggs, beaten
  • 1 stick of butter, melted
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 TBSP vinegar
  1. Preheat the oven to 350, and line a pie pan with the refrigerated pie crust.
  2. Break up the Twinkies (we are talking like at least four pieces for each Twinkie).  Mix them with the butter, sugar, eggs, vanilla, and vinegar.
  3. Pour it in the pie crust and bake for 38 minutes or until the top of the the crust is golden.
  4. Top with whip cream and serve.

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Comments

  1. says

    Stop the madness! They are back? Wow! Perhaps it was just a marketing ploy all along? Hostess, be still my beating heart! My hubby will be so happy….but happier if I made this pie that looks like ‘Da Bomb! Good job girlie!

  2. says

    Long Live the Twinkie! Glad the twinkies are back for you to create this awesome pie! I MUST try this recipe! Thanks for shaing!

    Katie @ thecasualcraftlete.com

  3. Maria says

    This looks so yummy…and easy! Is it just me, though…I’m assuming the three eggs get mixed in all at the same time? :o)

  4. Cheryle says

    Behind the times, just found your site. This looks great will definitely try. But does anyone know where I can get a recipe for the old fashion Banana Flips? There is a filling folded in a cake like a taco. I haven’t found them since I moved to Alabama from Kansas.

    • debarineh says

      I made this for my family tonight and left the melted butter sitting in the microwave. They still loved it.

  5. Joanie says

    Hi!

    When you say “pre-made” pie crust, do you mean pre-baked or pre-made raw dough to line the baking pan? I can’t wait to try this recipe.

    Thanks.

    Joanie

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