Mile High Peanut Butter Pie
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- Ready In:
- 1 graham cracker pie crust
- 1 (8 ounce) package softened cream cheese
- 1 (8 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 cup peanut butter
- 1 cup Cool Whip
- Beat cream cheese until softened, add in sweetened condensed milk. Beat until smooth. Add in the peanut butter, beat until thoroughly blended. Gently fold in the cool whip. Pour pie filling into your graham cracker crust. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours. May top with additional cool whip and chocolate shavings or chopped peanuts.
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OMG!!! I would give this 10 stars if I could. This is amazing....Really nice texture and peanut butter flavor with just the right touch of sweetness. I cant go on about this enough. My oldest daughter had each and every one of my cake pans,hmmmm...and it was my youngest daughters birthday, so I whipped up this pie and now she wants this instead of cake every birthday, haha!! So do I......serve with a dollop of whipped cream or drizzle with chocolate syrup. I ate it right out of the mixing bowl while I made it, YUM!!!!!
Delic!! I am a calorie counter and LOVE my sweets, so of course I had to do something here to try to fit this with a little less guilt!!<br/>I used 1/3 fat philly cream cheese and fat free sweet condensed milk and Lite cool whip. Added only 1 tbsp. Of chocolate chips which I put in my food processor for just a few moments to sprinkle on top. The calorie content per serving is only 320! This is calculated at 8 servings
Oh, what a terrific, easy, delicious, beautiful pie!!!!!!!!!!!! I made it today to serve after dinner for my dad and brother (Father's Day). My brother couldn't make it, but my dad thoroughly enjoyed every bite...had to get a glass of water to drink with it because it was THAT rich. :) My son and mom both had pieces too and raved! I did make a couple of changes, to avoid a trip to the store. The pie crust I had was an oreo one, but looked like the one in the pic had the same...worked out wonderfully. I also used Neufchatel (spelling?) cheese and light cool whip, but it didn't seem to affect the pie at all. So, I suppose it was a little less sinful as a result, but that wasn't my goal here. I AM thinking, however, that I'd like to try low fat sw. condensed milk along with my other changes and see if it would be acceptable. Hmmm...anyways, I drizzled chocolate fudge topping over the pie. Thanks so much for a terrific recipe that will definitely be filed away in the KEEPERS! folder. :)
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I've been married for 22 years now to my wonderful husband Mike. We have a beautiful 19 year old daughter who is a sophomore in college. She is the proudest accomplishment in my life. I love spending time in the kitchen. And even more so now, my husband and I remodeled our kitchen in 2006. So it's even a bigger thrill to cook. I'm very blessed in that my husband will eat anything I dish up for him. And luckily my success rate has been very high, with him at least, ha!!! I was a creature of habit for many years in the kitchen, sticking with the tried and true recipes that have always been in the family. Like a fine wine that has matured, I've branched out and will dabble in new recipes if it sounds like something that will tempt our tastebuds. I absolutely love this site. I visit almost daily. In my spare time I love to go bowling, I am on a winter league with friends. I really enjoy a good comedy or love story on the big screen. Bingo is a passion of mine also.