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Thread: ISO A PEANUTBUTTER PIE RECIPE

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    I have been searching the net for a old fasion peanutbutter pie recipe. I want the one the uses a regular pie shell.
    Do you have any you like?

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    Craftybear where are you? She'll find just what you need!

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    My very favorite is this one. I use a graham cracker crust or a chocolate crumb crust but it would work in a regular pie crust too

    I cup peanut butter, I pkg 8oz cream cheese softened blend to together add 1/2 cup powdered sugar, blend add I container cool whip pour into pie shell and refrigerate several hours yummy I use both creamy and crunchy peanut butter for this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    My very favorite is this one. I use a graham cracker crust or a chocolate crumb crust but it would work in a regular pie crust too

    I cup peanut butter, I pkg 8oz cream cheese softened blend to together add 1/2 cup powdered sugar, blend add I container cool whip pour into pie shell and refrigerate several hours yummy I use both creamy and crunchy peanut butter for this
    This is my recipe too
    I've never seen one made with regular pie crust.????
    I will be watching this thread.....

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    I make mine with a package of vanilla pudding mix (the kind you have to cook). Cook it and add peanut butter to taste, stir well to blend, put in cooked pie shell, any kind. Chill, eat, nom nom nom...

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    Quote Originally Posted by luv-e
    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    My very favorite is this one. I use a graham cracker crust or a chocolate crumb crust but it would work in a regular pie crust too

    I cup peanut butter, I pkg 8oz cream cheese softened blend to together add 1/2 cup powdered sugar, blend add I container cool whip pour into pie shell and refrigerate several hours yummy I use both creamy and crunchy peanut butter for this
    This is my recipe too
    I've never seen one made with regular pie crust.????


    This is my favorie, too. Drizzle with Magic Shell for an extra choc. fix!

    i have seen pb pie recipes that call for a reg. shell but never tried it.
    I will be watching this thread.....

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    I got a recipe at my daughter's bbq she had a couple weeks ago. Mix 1 C milk with 1 large pkg of butterscoth instant pudding.Stir in 1 Cup creamy peanut butter. fold in 1/2 container cool whip. Pour in grahm cracker crust.Top with remaining cool whip.Hers was served from the freezer.It was partially frozen. Really good in the hot weather. You can also just refrigerate it and then serve. It has to set for at least 2 hours in refrig or freezer before serving to set up.Mary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    My very favorite is this one. I use a graham cracker crust or a chocolate crumb crust but it would work in a regular pie crust too

    I cup peanut butter, I pkg 8oz cream cheese softened blend to together add 1/2 cup powdered sugar, blend add I container cool whip pour into pie shell and refrigerate several hours yummy I use both creamy and crunchy peanut butter for this
    This is the one I use too, I have never used a reg crust tho, I do drizzle chocolate syrup over it before serving...

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    This is my recipe too. Very good.

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    Google Pillsbury peanut butter pie

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    I make mine with regular pie crust pre brown the crust. I put pb and powdered sugar crumbled on the bottom layer of crust, then cook home made vanilla pudding with Peanut butter added about a 1/2 cup PB pour into crust and then add another layer of PB and powdered sugar on top of the pudding then make a meringe for on top then sprinkle more pb and Powdered sugar on top. This is rich but it is gone as soon as it gets cool around here. Have to make it for a lot of friends. good luck Cookie

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    Don't for sure what you call an old fashion pie but this one has been in this family for years and years. My son makes these lots and is known at church for his cooking.


    Peanut Butter Pies


    2 - 3 oz. cream cheese, softened
    16 oz. whipped topping
    1 cup creamy peanut butter
    1 cup powdered sugar (sifted)
    3 Tblsp. lowfat or skim milk
    2 - 8 inch graham cracker/chocolate pie crust

    Beat cream cheese at hugh speed until fluffy. Add whipped topping , peanut butter, sugar and milk. Beat well. Pour into pie crusts.
    *For best results and taste, let chill overnight before serving.
    *Makes 2 8 inch pies or 1 giant 9 inch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vat
    Don't for sure what you call an old fashion pie but this one has been in this family for years and years. My son makes these lots and is known at church for his cooking.


    Peanut Butter Pies


    2 - 30z. cream cheese, softened
    16 oz. whipped topping
    1 cup creamy peanut butter
    1 cup powdered sugar (sifted)
    3 Tblsp. lowfat or skim milk
    2 - 8 inch graham cracker/chocolate pie crust

    Beat cream cheese at hugh speed until fluffy. Add whipped topping , peanut butter, sugar and milk. Beat well. Pour into pie crusts.
    *For best results and taste, let chill overnight before serving.
    *Makes 2 8 inch pies or 1 giant 9 inch.
    Is 60 oz of cream cheese correct? That is a lot of cream cheese

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    That should read 2- 3 oz packages for a total of 6 oz.
    I have made this using the low fat cream cheese and non fat whipped topping and it is still wonderful. No one even notices the difference. Have also used it as filling in a really rich chocolate cake and then iced it with chocolate icing. Always take those to church suppers as I don't want it sitting around here calling my name for any length of time
    Ann in TN :D

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    Yes, 2 - 3 oz cream cheese Sorry, I had finger surgery and I'm not keying in as well as usually. I should have proofed it. I edited it. Hope that helps.

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    That is pretty much like the recipe that I use yummy pie~~

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    I am not a peanut butter eater, but I will eat a piece of this about once a year.

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    Just so happens that I was readying an article the other day related to peanut butter pie. Sad article but makes me want to make this too. Here is the link.
    http://www.injennieskitchen.com/2011/08/for-mikey.html

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    Here is a prize winning recipe. I got the recipe from my mother who got it from a friend. I made itfor a piecontest at our local county fair several years ago and won a trophy for it.

    PEANUT BUTTER PIE

    1 baked pie crust
    2/3 cup sugar
    1/4 cup cornstarch
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    2 cups 2% milk
    3 egg yolks
    1 tablespoon butter or margarine
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    1 cup powdered sugar
    1/2 cup peanut butter

    Cream powdered sugar and peanut butter until crumbly. Place crumbs in bottom of baked crust, reserving some crumbs to place on top of meringue. Combine sugar, cornstarch, and salt in medium saucepan. Separate eggs and save whites for meringue. Add egg yolks to milk and whisk to break. Stir into sugar mixture. Place on burner at medium. Cook and stir until thick. Stir constantly to prevent sticking. Remove from heat and add shortening and vanilla. Beat egg whites until stiff. Add 3 tablespoons sugar and beat until sugar is dissolved. Place filling in pie crust and cover with meringue, making sure it comes to the crust. Sprinkle with reserved crumbs. Place in 350 degree oven for 15 minutes or until lightly browned.

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    I thought it was made simular to pecan pie. using peanut butter either creamy or crunchy baked in oven about the same length of time as Pecan Pie.

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    Not exactly a PB pie, but still good and quick:

    1 chocolate cookie pie crust
    3 full size Butterfinger candy bars, frozen
    1 tub of whipped topping (Cool Whip)
    Using a hammer or heavy object, crush frozen Butterfingers into small pieces while still in the wrapper. Fold crushed pieces into whipped topping, stirring until well blended. Place in pie crust and refrigerate over night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TERESA77510
    I have been searching the net for a old fasion peanutbutter pie recipe. I want the one the uses a regular pie shell.
    Do you have any you like?
    Hi Teresa
    I just posted a Peanut butter pie recipe that you may be interested in. It's great.
    Traditional

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow2Sew
    Not exactly a PB pie, but still good and quick:

    1 chocolate cookie pie crust
    3 full size Butterfinger candy bars, frozen
    1 tub of whipped topping (Cool Whip)
    Using a hammer or heavy object, crush frozen Butterfingers into small pieces while still in the wrapper. Fold crushed pieces into whipped topping, stirring until well blended. Place in pie crust and refrigerate over night.
    OMG, you are a wicked, wicked person..... :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptquilts
    Quote Originally Posted by Slow2Sew
    Not exactly a PB pie, but still good and quick:

    1 chocolate cookie pie crust
    3 full size Butterfinger candy bars, frozen
    1 tub of whipped topping (Cool Whip)
    Using a hammer or heavy object, crush frozen Butterfingers into small pieces while still in the wrapper. Fold crushed pieces into whipped topping, stirring until well blended. Place in pie crust and refrigerate over night.
    OMG, you are a wicked, wicked person..... :thumbup:
    Thanks!!! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

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    Thank all of you ! Such great recipes. I have something to start with. You are the best!!!

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