Rich and Creamy Peanut Butter Pie

"this recipe is so easy (5 ingredients) but so rich and creamy. It tastes great frozen, too.....for those hot summer days. Cook time is the 3 hrs for chilling."
 
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Ready In:
3hrs 5mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a large mixing bowl, beat together cream cheese, sw. cond milk, whipped topping and peanut butter. (mixture will get very thick after chilling).
  • Pour into pie shell. Cover and chill at least 3 hours before serving.

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Reviews

  1. Gypsy115
    I had a recipe exactly like this one only it called for sugar instead of sweet condensed milk, but this recipe comes out much creamier. I do not like using the chocolate graham crust, only the original graham crust, but that is just my preference. Can't go wrong with this one. Enjoy!!
     
  2. evewitch
    This tastes good, but it is too gloppy and thick. It also didn't ever actually set up. Possibly it is too sweet and needs more depth of flavor. It has some fans around here, but I don't think I would make it again.
     
  3. Vseward Chef-V
    I love Cheesecake, this made an absolute RICH wonderful textured piece of pie. Not for someone watching their waistline for sure. I couldn't stop eating it. The boys loved it and so did their friends. This will definitely be a "Special Occassion" kind of pie. Very easy to make and was simply delish. It definitely tastes like a Nutter Butter. *Yummy* Thanks for sharing another great recipe Pars.... Mmmmm ~V
     
  4. Sam 3
    I am not a peanut butter fan, but this was wonderful! It was sooooo easy to make. Extremly rich though. DH was the only one who could eat a whole piece (not that that surprises me though). I used a whole 8oz block of cream cheese and a chocolte crust.
     
  5. Debs Recipes
    This pie is quite delicious with a nice thick-bodied texture, but very, very rich. It's so rich, in fact, that each member of my family found it difficult to finish an entire slice. For purposes of waistline non-expansion ;) I suggest serving this pie cut into 12 - 16 narrow slices and maybe posting a little warning sign near it that states: "Danger - Curves Ahead!"
     
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  1. Gypsy115
    I had a recipe exactly like this one only it called for sugar instead of sweet condensed milk, but this recipe comes out much creamier. I do not like using the chocolate graham crust, only the original graham crust, but that is just my preference. Can't go wrong with this one. Enjoy!!
     

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