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My Peanut Butter Pie

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Just one slice of this easy-as-pie peanut butter lover's dessert is sure to bring smiles to both the kids and kids-at-heart at your house. To put it simply, they'll go nuts over My Peanut Butter Pie!

What You'll Need:
  • 1 cup confectioners' sugar
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1 (9-inch) ready-to-bake pie crust, baked and cooled per package directions
  • 1 (4-serving) package vanilla instant pudding and pie filling
  • 4 ounces frozen whipped topping, thawed (1/2 of an 8-ounce container)
What To Do:
  1. In a medium bowl, combine confectioners' sugar and peanut butter. Mix to a crumbly consistency (like a streusel) and remove about 1/2 cup mixture; cover and set aside for later use. Pour remaining mixture evenly into pie crust.
  2. Make pudding according to package directions; pour pudding over crumb layer then cover and refrigerate overnight.
  3. Before serving, cover with whipped topping and top with reserved peanut butter mixture.

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1 chocolate graham crust...16 oz soft cool whip...1 8oz pkg of soft cream cheese...1 cup peanut butter...1 cup powdered sugar..Mix all..pour into pie crust chill.. See which one you like best. YoYo

I have made this for years, instead of making pudding. I use canned vanilla pudding, it holds up much better, and I use the entire carton of whipped topping, swirling it around and making it look fancy. I have also made it with chocolate pudding and it is very good also.

The peanut butter & confectioners sugar are supposed to turn out as crumbs. The easiest way to mix it so it comes out right is to take a butter knife & just keep slicing through it till it becomes the crumbly mixture. After the pie sets it will hold together & makes a very good pie. I use the pudding that you cook though & that may be what helps to kind of melt the peanut butter & confectioners sugar together a little bit. Hope this helps :-)

I also use cooked pudding but I add 2 tlbs of peanut to hot pudding. It is yummy

I used peanut butter not just peanuts

Actually the peanut butter /powdered sugar is suppose dto be a crumb consistency. This is a but of an adaption of an Amish peanut butter pie and that is the outcome in my experience.

Not good ,peanut butter and sugar did not stick together,just crumbs all over the pie crust. So we just ate the pudding and whipped cream. What went wrong. Maybe not enough peanut butter!

I just made this this morning and it did not come out as a crumble. The sugar and peanut butter did not stick together. So we just ate the pudding and whipped cream. Maybe not enough peanut butter. No consistency to the mixture, just crumbs. Not edible. What to do!

Sounds awesome! I wonder how it would be with chocolate pudding. Kinda like a reese's pb cup kind of flavor or something.


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