Frozen Peanut Butter Pie

  • Karen1672 Posted: 08/18/10
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    This pie is absolutely amazing! I was a little unsure whether it would taste good with all the fat free and low cal ingredients. It turned out so good and everyone I served it to raved about it! In fact, the low/fat-free ingredients made the pie so much better as I think this type of pie could be too sweet if full fat ingredients were used. The chocolate shavings were the perfect touch! I will add that it definitely needs to stay in the freezer for a long time. I have made it a bunch of times and plan on again this weekend!

  • rlmhokie Posted: 06/19/10
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    This pie was delicious and the perfect ending to a Father's Day dinner. I made the crust with 1/3 cut melted butter instead of egg whites; it turned out great!

  • 2BPaulaB Posted: 06/27/10
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    Super easy to put together. Could use something added for more pizazz. Maybe carmel on top. I used premade pie crust and milk chocolate chunks with crushed peanuts on top.

  • jmeleeS Posted: 06/15/11
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    Super easy to make and tastes just like a peanut butter cup! This is an EXCELLENT summer dish as it's cool, creamy and a light dessert; perfect for topping off a sweltering day. I used individual pre-made chocolate tart shells (Keebler - find them in the baking aisle) to make small servings for everyone in lieu of one large pie. I originally stored them in the freezer after the prescribed set time due to the whipped cream aspect, but I would recommend you don't do this! The pies were way to hard at first and no one could get their fork through the pie. So, after the setting time in the freezer, move them to the fridge overnight; the pie(s) will stay for about a week. Enjoy!

  • stacyjen Posted: 08/19/11
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    This is delicious and easy. Like eating a frozen peanut butter cup! Worthy of any special occasion. I just put mini chocolate chips on top with the peanuts. The bonus with the mini chips is that you can spell things out on top of the pie like "Happy B'day" or "Happy Father's Day".

  • ChefAmandaLynn Posted: 08/15/12
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    Perfect cool summer dessert. I couldn't find chocolate graham crackers anywhere, so I crushed up chocolate teddy grahams in my food processor. Delish!

  • laizenroze Posted: 07/16/12
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    The filling was delicious. However, the crust, made the way the recipe states, is disgusting. It tastes like cardboard, a little butter would be worth the extra calories instead of egg whites. If you just use a pre-made crust like others mentioned, it would save a ton of time and taste a whole lot better.

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