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So easy... and delicious. I used an Oreo cookie crust. I also cut up some mini-PB cups for garnish on the top. It turned out awesome!
This is sooo good, it is great for parties and potlucks because it can be prepared ahead of time.
WOW! This was fantastic! I cut the recipe in half and put them into the little mini premade graham cracker crusts. It was the perfect amount of filling to do 6 of the small pies. I also used Reeses chocolate/peanut butter shell ice cream topping in place of the hot fudge topping. ("Magic Shell" gets hard as soon as it touches anything cold, so it certainly froze easily!) I really enjoyed this and I will be making it again for sure. Thank you so much for posting!
I clipped this one from the Kraft magazine, too! I like it because it seems lighter than most peanut butter pies because of the lack of cream cheese. I made a vanilla wafer crust and used chocolate syrup as I had no fudge on hand. I think I might try adding bananas under the peanut butter layer next time.
I gave this 5 stars. I made this for easter. It was the first time I've made a peanut butter pie. My family said it was very good but rich. I loved the peanut butter flavor very creamy. I think it could have used more peanut butter. I made this pie in a oreo chocolate crust. After topping with cool whip. I sliced in half a few mini reese cups and placed them on the pie. I chopped a few more and sprinkled them onto to the top of the pie. My only complaint is I would have liked the pie to be more thick. Thanks for posting a really good recipe. Christine (internetnut)