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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Peanut Butter Pie Recipe

A few of you have asked so here it is...

  • 1 packaged reduced fat graham cracker crust
  • 1 box of fat free sugar free vanilla pudding mix
  • 1 cup of skim milk
  • 8oz fat free cool whip
  • 1/4 - 1/2 cup of your favorite peanut butter (more or less for taste... I just eyeball it and put in two big spoon fulls because I love me some pb!)

Directions are simple. In a bowl, mix the milk and the pudding until well dissolved. It will be thick because you didn't add as much milk that the pudding box calls for. Stir in the peanut butter with a wire whisk and then add half of the cool whip. Pour this in the crust and top with the rest of the cool whip.

It's that simple. There are some variations which make it super yummy too...

  • Oreo crusts instead of the graham crust
  • Chocolate pudding instead of the vanilla
  • Topping it with chocolate chips or mixing them in during the mixing process.

Enjoy!

15 comments:

Molly said...

Thanks for posting, I am so making this asap.

Emz said...

Oh man you had me at "peanut butter" then I saw "PIE" --- SOLD!!

Thanks for this post!!

teacherwoman said...

Sounds yummy!

Christi said...

Oh that sounds great! I think I will make this for my husband. Today is his birthday and he loves peanut butter! Thanks for sharing.

Big Daddy Diesel said...

You had me at PIE

Jon said...

Oh.....WOW!!!

I think I just had a minor heart attack when you also mentioned "oreo"

Danica said...

Yum!!!

Kim said...

peanut butter? oreo? off-season? yes!

misszippy said...

Oh, I don't think I should make this--I would seriously devour it and that would be trouble!

bojanglesk8 said...

Sounds tasty.

Today's Triumph said...

Mmm, that sounds amazing AND easy! I think I will have to try it out sometime ; )

Kristin said...

Sounds so good!

Colleen said...

Thanks! This just might be my hubby's birthday pie :)

Christi said...

I did make this for my husband and he loved it!

Patrick Mahoney said...

There is no doubt that I will be making this the next time I have a gazillion calorie burn day. I'm taking October easy, maybe I'll whip this up around Thanksgiving. Or maybe after my race Sunday. Yeah, Sunday, why wait?

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