Recipe by LADYBUGBEAR63
"This may not be the best peanut butter pie, but by golly, it's the EZest!!! Cook and serve pudding is combined with peanut butter in this classic made easy."
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1 (9 inch)
prepared graham cracker crust
1 (4.6 ounce) package
non-instant vanilla pudding mix
OMG this was sooo awesome.My daughter has been doing very well in school and begged for this. I was stunned. The other version from this site was good but hard and expensive to make. I used the instant pudding and then used my mixer to avoid clumps. Perfect consistency and yummy. I topped it with peanut butter chips and drizzled with chocolate syrup. Done in 15 mins tops. I also used a chocolate crust. Now she wants me to make it for every month for her good school work reward!!! I made this for less then $5~awesome on tight budgets!
I followed a previous reviewers advise and used the instant pudding i had on hand and microwaved the peanut butter first. It was clumpy and runny. We couldn't even finish one serving. I only give it 3 because we used instant pudding which the recipe doesn't call for so it could be our fault.
This is the first peanut butter pie I have ever liked. I made it in a chocolate crust coated with melted chocolate and than swirled it with peanut butter and choc. chips. It was excellent.
I melted the peanut butter in the microwave and added it to the milk for instant pudding (it was all I had in the cupboard). I also forgot to reduce the milk for pie rather than pudding. My soggy mess tasted great! I can see how this would be great if made as directed. I would be interested to see how it worked for someone else with instant pudding mix.
i also only had instant vanilla pudding on hand and i also melted my peanut butter as someone else suggested and i did add the reduced amount of milk for pies.i did get the consistancy needed and looked good,now we find out tomorrow how it tastes when my company arrives for dinner.definetly was fast and easy.
Made this for our family Thanksgiving potluck. It is very rich and delicious. I kept being told I was "bad" for making it but that was as people were shoveling it down! I used a chocolate graham cracker crust and crunchy peanut butter. I only had instant vanilla pudding which worked fine. I added the warmed peanut butter after I had added the cold milk. I also topped the pie with crushed 5th Avenue candy bars. Delish!
Wow! This tasted and looked like it took more than it did. I used the sugar free instant vanilla pudding, mixed slightly with the 1 3/4 cup milk (amount for a pie) and then added (whisked) in the peanut butter (I microwaved for about 25 seconds- melted but not hot). I did use a granola crust but definitely thinking a chocolate crust would be great. Really needs some color on top- chocolate syrup, fudge sauce, ganache, peanut butter cups- something - especially when using graham crust otherwise it's too "plain" looking. It does have a richness, but it's so much better than I expected!
Pretty tasty and very very easy.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
EZ Peanut Butter Pie II
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 214
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