Recipe by Sharon Baetcke
"Here's a pie for the non-bakers among us...no cooking skills needed...and it tastes great!"
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1 (9 inch)
prepared graham cracker crust
2 (4 ounce) packages
single serve ready-made, fat free, chocolate pudding
reduced fat smooth peanut butter
1 (8 ounce) container
lite frozen whipped topping
This recipe deserves every bit of the 5 stars because it is so incredibly easy to make, delicious, and easier on the waist line! My husband's favorite dessert is peanut butter pie and he was practically licking his plate. And I don't feel so bad making this for him because it was half the calories of another version I made. This is definitely a keeper.
Note: reduced fat pb often has added sugar and hydrogenated oils, which makes have the SAME number of calories as regular pb. For healthier reduced fat pb, I get the all natural kind with no salt or sugar added, and skim off 5 tbsp oil off the top before stirring. Store at room temperature. This only saves you 1g fat per serving of pb (2 tbsp), but saves 38 calories per serving, and you'll also be cutting out artery clogging transfat.
This was pretty good. I subbed sugar free fat free chocolate pudding and sugar free peanut butter, so that may have attributed to my lack of excitement. It was GOOD, and people did like it, but it wasn't GREAT.
This was great and so easy to put together! I used 1/2 cup pb, and might add even more next time. I also used a chocolate crust and sprinkled choc chips and pb chips on top. I melted a handful of choc chips with a splash of milk and drizzled this over everything. This was so good! I think I might try adding a little cream cheese next time. A hint: microwave a frozen slice on power 2 for 10 seconds and it turns out perfectly defrausted. Thanks for the excellent recipe, I will definately make this again!
Excellent pie! Extremely easy and fun. To wow a crowd garnish top with whipped cream and shaved chocolate or crushed peanut butter cups like you see at restaurants.
Very good, I'd cut back on the sugar though. Too much sugar makes the pie very hard to cut when it sets. Add a little vanilla extract to the peanut butter mixture, too.
I made the boxed pudding, then added the other ingredients. Delicious! Oreo crust was a nice addition. Make sure to thaw for 15 minutes, because this gets rock hard!
Well, this is a recipe that neither my family or I am reviewing, as I made this for our best friends' daughters' birthday today. I didn't work tonight, but I sent this pie to the dance studio with my daughter to give to Gina. Gina called us tonight and said that it was absolutely delicious! You obviously made her very happy Sharon. HAPPY BIRTHDAY G!!!!
This was soo easy and cheap to make and it tastes amazing! I used low fat peanut butter, sugar free chocolate pudding and fat free whipped creme. I also crumbled reese's cups over the top. I am definatly adding this one to my favorites list.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie II
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 122
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